7 new trailers you should watch this week
I usually don’t buy into the whole “you have to see it on the big screen” hype about certain movies, be it action blockbusters or just gorgeously shot art films. I still tend to see a lot of movies in theaters just because I want to see them, but the theater experience isn’t necessarily something I find to be superior.
But I will admit that you see things on an enormous screen that you don’t on a TV. I’ve seen Pride & Prejudice a weird number of times at home, but it wasn’t until I saw a recent screening of it at an Alamo Drafthouse that I noticed just how grainy and alive the film was.
I don’t know that it necessarily added to what is, regardless of the screen, an already gorgeous movie. But there was still something surprising about…