Observe and Report
Mall cop comedies are like buses. You don't see one for what seems like forever and then two show up at the same time. Paul Blart has been making money hand over fist, so will this fairly limited genre be able to support this new Seth Rogen flick as well? Rogen plays the head of mall security who dreams of being a cop and getting the attention of a hot makeup sales clerk (Anna Faris). He gets his chance to do both when his shopping center is plagued by a flasher and Rogen's character means to bring him in by whatever means necessary. Rogen looks like he's at the top of his game here. If nothing else, this red band trailer should remind you of the importance of being minty fresh in intimate situations.
"A basterd's work is never done," we are told here. At last we've got a teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new war flick. The basterds in question are a group of U.S. soldiers led by Brad Pitt who are going to parachute behind enemy lines in Nazi-occupied France and kill Nazis. It's a motley crew indeed (isn't that the kid from Not Another Teen Movie, and that guy from The Office?). I'd be more stoked for this one if Tarantino's last movie hadn't been so damn chatty, but I still have high hopes for this one.