Trailer for Coming-of-Age Film ‘Manifest West’ with Tim Heidecker

“We make the rules now, all four of us. We’ll be a family of ‘Mountain Men’ in no time.” Samuel Goldwyn Films has debuted an official trailer for an indie off-the-grid thriller titled Manifest West, from filmmaker duo Joe Dietsch & Louie Gibson. The film is intriguing coming-of-age story told through the eyes of a young girl whose family spirals out of control after they decide to live off the grid. It had its world premiere at the Mammoth Film Festival, where it won Best Genre Film, earlier this year. The film stars Annet Mahendru, Milo Gibson, Lexy Kolker, Michael Cudlitz, and the comedian Tim Heidecker (giving a very serious performance this time). This starts out so nice and uplifting, the story of a family trying to make a life on their own in the woods – reminds me of Captain Fantastic. But then things quickly get intense and twisted and dark, which isn’t so nice and fun anymore. Don’t …

Lee Jung-jae’s Epic Non-Stop Action Movie ‘Hunt’ Official US Trailer

“We’ll know soon how you fit into this.” Two spies. One target. Magnolia Pictures has revealed an official US trailer for the Korean action film titled Hunt, which first premiered at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. It’s one of the most intense and epic action films of 2022, with more kinetic energy than even Michael Bay’s movies – seriously. Hunt is also the directorial debut of “Squid Game” star Lee Jung-jae, who also stars in the period espionage action movie. “Expose the mole within the agency! Can the ‘Hunted’ become the ‘Hunter’?” Park Pyeong-Ho and Kim Jung-Do are agents for the National Security Agency. They are both excellent at their jobs and rivals. The two men chase after a North Korean spy sent to South Korea. They soon uncover a hidden truth about an assassination plot. The film stars Lee Jung-jae, Jung Woo-sung, Heo Sung-tae, Jeon Hye-jin, and Jeong Man-sik. This is literally wall-to-wall, non-stop intense action …

New US Trailer for Turkish Film ‘Brother’s Keeper’ About Two Friends

“Back to your places!” Altered Innocence has released an official US trailer for an indie drama from Turkey titled Brother’s Keeper. It originally premiered at the 2021 Berlin Film Festival last year, and also played at the London and Chicago Film Festivals, among many others in 2021. Yusuf and his best friend Memo are pupils at a boarding school for Kurdish boys, secluded in the mountains of Eastern Anatolia. Set over the course of a tense day at an isolated boarding school, this moral drama follows a boy’s desperate fight to save his sick friend in the face of a rigid bureaucracy. By the time the adults in charge finally understand the seriousness of Memo’s condition and try to get him to a hospital, the remote school has been buried under a sudden, heavy snowfall. Starring Samet Yildiz as Yusuf and Nurullah Alaca as Memo. This looks like it has some impressive cinematography telling a heartbreaking, frustrating story about how …

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