How Tyler Perry offered a two-word theme and songwriter Ruth B. brought tears to his eyes.
You can’t really tell just by looking at this film what it’s going to be about, but I feel like I’m pretty sure it’s all of those things. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? Is it a satire of a reality show? I sort of want it to be a mix of all those things.
As an aside, I thought that was a great song for the film (“Don’t Stop Believin’,” written by Tyler Perry and Ruth B), and I’m happy that this film has the support of the folks who made that song. They also wrote “I Wanna Be Sedated,” which is the best song not only of the film but of all time. It’s a good song for the film.
Anyway, here’s the trailer after the jump.
From what I’m understanding, the film is sort of a cross between Will Smith’s upcoming movie I Am Legend and the 1990’s film, What Time Is It There? I can’t think of a better name for it, so I’m just calling it the Will Smith movie and the Ruth B movie. The Will Smith movie will be about the rise and fall of the human race while the Ruth B movie will be about a guy who is a movie reviewer who comes to life and helps his girlfriend get her dream job.
In either case, I can think of nothing better to wake up next to than the word “hottie”.
It’s the first new movie trailer since March last year, and like all trailers for new movies, the trailer will inevitably disappoint in some way or another and ultimately end up as yet another footnote of “Remember when?” When you watch this trailer you can immediately know what the trailer is about, and you can actually enjoy the trailer as a whole.
“American Hustle,” now in theaters, centers on the heist by a group of people who break into a group of Swiss banks. It has a great lead performance by Christian Bale, a great action scene by Chris Cooper from “The Godfather Part II” and lots of great music by the Oscar-winning composers of “The Iron