Gardner Eliot is the first true Martian – born there in 2018 – and the first true Martian orphan (his mother died in childbirth). When he meets Tulsa, another orphan, via the Internet (by 2034 we have instantaneous internet connections between Earth and Mars!), he falls in love.
Based on a novel by W. Bruce Cameron (who co-wrote the script), A Dog’s Purpose is at least a three-hankie film. Heartstrings are plucked and the story of a reincarnating dog comes full circle for an old-fashioned Hollywood happy ending – and despite being hokum, it works beautifully.
It’s just a shame that the trailers contain a lot of the film’s most important moments – including one of the big ones in the final moments.
Mr. Church stars Eddie Murphy as Henry Joseph Church – hired to cook for a family for sixteen months that turn into fifteen years.
It’s a true story. Check out the trailer after the break.
Mr. Church Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Eddie Murphy Movie – YouTube
Starring: Eddie Murphy, Britt Robertson, and Natascha McElhone
Mr. Church Official Trailer 1 (2016) – Eddie Murphy Movie
“Mr. Church” tells the story of a unique friendship that develops when a little girl and her dying mother retain the services of a talented cook – Henry Joseph Church. What begins as a six month arrangement instead spans fifteen years, and creates a family bond that lasts forever.
The first half of Tomorrowland is a fun romp that will delight kids of all ages. Unfortunately, the second half is an abundance of ideas that, a few great action beats aside, will go over the heads of a large portion of the movie’s intended audience.
Casey’s just this bright kid who keeps getting into trouble – until she touches this weird pin and sees another, better place. Athena? Well, she says she’s the future.
Both are essential for/to Tomorrowland. Meet them just beyond the jump Note: the full playlist includes all teasers and trailers so far (the French trailers are just crazy fun), culminating in the Athena and Casey character videos – it’s quite a ride).