Movie Marketing Madness: Wakefield

Howard Wakefield (Bryan Cranston) has a nice life as we meet him in the new movie Wakefield. He’s married to a lovely woman Diana (Jennifer Garner) and has two wonderful daughters. He commutes from the suburbs into the city to a job he’s successful at. One day he snaps, though, and has had it with … Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: Wakefield

Movie Marketing Madness: Power Rangers

Because everything old needs to be new again, this week sees the big-screen return of Power Rangers. Based on the “classic” Japanese import TV show “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” the movie acts as an origin story for the team, following a group of misfit teenagers who stumble upon a mysterious ship and unlocking amazing powers … Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: Power Rangers

Movie Marketing Madness: Why Him

It’s time to meet the boyfriend in the new comedy Why Him?. Bryan Cranston and Megan Mullally play Ned and Barb Fleming, a married couple who have been invited by their daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) to meet her boyfriend Laird (James Franco), some kind of internet billionaire who’s just as eccentric as Hollywood thinks such … Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: Why Him

Movie Marketing Madness: The Infiltrator

If you’re a fan of the Filmspotting podcast you’ve heard, just before they start the Massacre Theater segment of the show, Adam and Josh play a clip from Reservoir Dogs where Tim Roth’s Freddy is being given advice from a fellow officer about how he needs to be method as hell to successfully pull off … Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: The Infiltrator

Movie Marketing Madness: Trumbo

There are countless stories of classic Hollywood. From the time of original silent films through the studio era, the stars were bigger than life, the movies were epics that dominated the big screen and the stories were dramatic - or hilarious - as everyone sort of invented the machinery of movie making. Not only that, … Continue reading Movie Marketing Madness: Trumbo