The Big Year – Trailer


(Youtube Direkttravel, via Badass Digest)

Jack Black, Steve Martin und Owen Wilson auf Reisen bzw. auf der Flucht vor ihren Sinnkrisen. Sieht nach angenehm unterhaltsamer leichter Kost aus.

Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson are at a crossroads — one is experiencing a mid-life crisis, another a late-life crisis, and the third, a far from ordinary no-life crisis. From David Frankel, the director of The Devil Wears Prada and Marley & Me, comes a sophisticated comedy about three friendly rivals who, tired of being ruled by obligations and responsibilities, dedicate a year of their lives to following their dreams. Their big year takes them on a cross-country journey of wild and life-changing adventures.

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  1. Jan

    Woran erkennt man einen schlechten Film anhand des Trailers?

    1. Der Off-Sprecher beginnt den ersten Satz mit “Now….”
    2. Als nächsten kommt “From the Director/Creator of [insert some Movie] and [insert another Movie] …”
    3. Zum schluss noch den Namen einer Handvoll Schauspieler die so ziemlich jedes Jahr in mindestens einen Film eine Hauptrolle spielen deren Charaktere aber immer gleich sind….

  2. mein Senf

    Sieht aus wie ein Mischung aus “City Slickers” (Black, Wilson) und “Das Beste kommt zum Schluss” (Martin)

  3. Ferris Bueller

    Ick freu mir ‘n Ast, der Luke Owen ist ein klasse Schauspieler!

  4. Ken Takel

    Sieht nach routiniert abgespulter 0815 Comedy aus. Underwhelming…

  5. Max

    gnaaaaah… fernweh. danke

  6. lukipuki

    Sheldon Cooper?

  7. JimmyJones



    Hatte etwas mehr erwartet. Mal sehen.

  8. mein Senf

    Du hast die Konventionen von Hollywoodtrailern durchschaut – und alle so Yeaaah!

  9. Julio Sacchi

    Sieht aus wie die übliche Hollywoodschlock-Kotztüte. Wilson und Black eh längst unerträglich, Steve Martin im Gutmütigkeitsmodus leider auch.

  10. Jana

    Wilson, Black und, brrr, Martin? Das sind schonmal drei super Gründe, diesen Film niemals anzusehen!

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    i never wanted this to end


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