Thursday, November 30, 2017

Hey Ma My Name In Lights

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It's a red letter day for your trusty movie blogger here, folks -- I just got my very first movie trailer blurb!  Over at The Film Experience I reviewed Brian Crano's fine romantic-drama Permission at the Tribeca Film Festival this past spring - it stars Dan Stevens & Rebecca Hall as a couple who've been together since they were little things who decide to open up their relationship before making things permanent - cue Gena Gershon & Francois Arnaud (swoon), who make that future very complicated. I thought the movie was surprisingly good; so good that in my review I actually called it...

Ahhhh! Official Blurb Whore in the house! The trailer just dropped on iTunes and you should've heard the yelp I made when my name popped up in the middle of it. This is kind of the movie-critic equivalent of those scenes in movies where a band hears their song on the radio for the first time, I guess?

The trailer's only on iTunes for the time being  so you have to click over there to watch it in full (once it's on YouTube I'll post the actual trailer here in this post). The movie is out February 9th so they're clearly gunning for the Valentine's dollars and as well they should. The movie has lots of sharp insight about relationships in it, and lord knows Rebecca Hall is literally always the best. And did I mention Francois Arnaud you guys...

For real. I hope they haven't cut anything out from the cut of this movie I saw. Ahem. Anyway can you imagine the sounds that will come out of me when/if I see this trailer inside an actual movie theater??? Happy day! ETA here it is via YouTube:
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6 comments:

Ruben Quiroga Kanahuaty said...

I just screamed in joy!! So happy for you!! Print that and frame it!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, and on a side note, I know I'm shallow, but I wish Dan would get back to the gym. He was soooo incredibly hot in The Guest and I would be a lot happier to see his shirtless scenes if he minimally looked like he got the slightest bit of exercise. Ok I said I was shallow.

mtmslg said...

Francois Arnaud is the SWOON-WORTHIEST!! (And yes, Dan, get to the gym . . .)

Anonymous said...

Congrats! So exciting!

But I can't help but smile at this particular quote being pulled out of context. Smarter and funnier...than what?

But still, congrats to you!

Pax Romano said...

next stop: The New York Times!!!!

Forever1267 said...

Congratulations!!!