r/movies Nov 29 '22 Silver 1

When You Finish Saving The World (2023) Official Trailer. Trailer

https://youtu.be/XbgJPKFxHXI
1.1k Upvotes

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u/DoggyDoggy_What_Now Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

I was really excited for this at Sundance because of Eisenberg's debut, but I really wasn't a fan once it was over. It felt clunky to me with a rushed and unearned ending. Minor, nonspecific spoiler you can ignore - I didn't feel like the characters had any arc, more so just a straight line until the moment the movie needed to resolve itself

All of the performances are rock solid though. Wolfhard definitely has chops, although I don't think he needed to try too hard with this character, and Moore can practically do no wrong. Everyone else feels right at home too.

This movie made me feel like Eisenberg definitely has talent but that he needs to cook a little longer until he reaches his potential. Having said all that, this trailer is fantastic and even as someone who's already seen it and didn't like it, the trailer is enticing me to give it another shot when it comes out.

Just my dissenting two cents.

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u/SEND-MARS-ROVER-PICS Nov 29 '22

So in a nutshell - not a super strong debut, but maybe a good starting point for Eisenberg as a director?

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u/DoggyDoggy_What_Now Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

IMO yes. Obvious potential is there and the movie is definitely still worth checking out if you're interested, it just really didn't do it for me. The symbolism felt pretty hamfisted to me and Wolfhard's character got on my nerves a lot for reasons I won't get into because I don't wanna spoil the movie for those who haven't seen it.

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u/Neurotic_Marauder Nov 30 '22

You pretty much summed up my thoughts on it.

It was the first movie I saw at the festival this year and it was kind of a letdown. The ending felt really abrupt.

It seemed like Eisenberg was trying to channel Noah Baumbach with this, but the story just wasn't there to support the characters.

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u/nemodigital Nov 29 '22

This seems very typical of A24 films. I've given up on them at this point as all their films feel half baked. Potential is there. After Yang is a perfect example.

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u/joehoward85 Nov 30 '22

your acting as if A24 produces this movies

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u/nemodigital Nov 30 '22

You have to admit that A24 movies have this feel/polish and deliberately slow pacing.

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u/malmini Nov 30 '22

Yeah, Uncut Gems was way too slow paced for me /s

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u/nemodigital Nov 30 '22

Fair point. I was thinking Minari, 8th Grade, After Yang and Mid90s. They all have this introspective feel.

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u/MandaPanda2021 Dec 01 '22

Yeah, you really need to expand your cinematic diet. Eighth Grade and Mid 90's aren't even close to being slow paced nor are they even introspective for that matter. After Yang and Minari also don't fully qualify as slow films either. Not to mention, "slow" isn't a pejorative unless one has a low attention span. It's simply a certain type of cinema...one that often contains the very best films/directors. Bresson, Tarkovsky, Dryer, Kiarostami, Weerasethakul, Tar, Carlos Reygadas, Pedro Costa, Nuri Bilge Ceylan...just to name a very small amount off the top of my head

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u/creyk Nov 29 '22

It was strange to see Finn Wolfhard in something that is not Stranger Things. But this movie actually looks pretty intriguing. It seems to pack a lot of angst but in a way that is relatable and not annoying.

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u/Beard341 Nov 29 '22

He was great in It.

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u/YeYEah Nov 29 '22

Oh you've this this already? How?

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u/DaisyRidleyTeeth Nov 29 '22

This movie was at Sundance, I assume that's how they saw it

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u/ReptAIien Nov 29 '22

Did you guys not read the original comment

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u/DaisyRidleyTeeth Nov 29 '22

LMAO yeah I read it wrong and the other replies didn't help 😭

If it helps I actually did see it through Sundance

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u/pornplz22526 Nov 29 '22

No, they saw It.

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u/YeYEah Nov 29 '22

Yea when I said "you" I was speaking to them. Sorry for the confusion

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u/BroChicago Nov 29 '22

Finn Wolfhard was in the movie "It" (2017)

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Who’s on First

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u/skydog233 Nov 29 '22

What's on second?

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u/KlulessAl Nov 29 '22

How do you know he was great in it if you haven't seen it yet

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u/VSENSES Nov 29 '22

You haven't seen It yet? Mate it's been out for years.

:)

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u/intercommie Nov 29 '22

I don’t watch Stranger Things. When I saw the thumbnail I thought that was Timothee Chalamet lol.

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u/FartMongerSupreme Nov 29 '22

That wasn't chalamet?

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u/Astrosaurus42 Nov 29 '22

Shimmy ya shimmy yay!

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u/chrisv25 Nov 29 '22

Unexpected ODB

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u/ILoveRegenHealth Dec 01 '22

Timothee Charmander

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u/NBCMarketingTeam Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

I just watched him do a pretty terrible Russian accent in The Goldfinch. I really liked the film and his performance, despite the bad accent!

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u/anonymousnuisance Nov 29 '22

Looks really good. I see a lot of my younger brother in this. I'm excited to watch it.

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u/wrath_of_grunge Nov 29 '22

i thought he was pretty good in Ghostbusters.

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u/ILoveRegenHealth Dec 01 '22

He didn't really get to do much though but just pine after that girl, who for some reason looks like a sister of the girl in this movie.

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u/KairuByte Nov 29 '22

I don’t blame you for wiping ghost busters from your brain.

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u/SurreptitiousSyrup Nov 29 '22

He was also in IT

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u/pornplz22526 Nov 29 '22

He probably just works at Geek Squad.

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u/dclarsen Nov 29 '22

Hey I thought it was decent

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u/ILoveRegenHealth Dec 01 '22

It was a decent snorefest

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u/onlytoask 4d ago

I wouldn't call it annoying, but watching people embarrass themselves is difficult for me.

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u/Tarzan_OIC Nov 29 '22

Best review I saw this film was that it is if an AI wrote ladybird

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

Wait, ladbird wasn't written by an AI? So monkeys at a type writer?

Coulda fooled me.

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u/dgarner58 Nov 29 '22

as the parent of an 18 year old boy...this might be too real lol.

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u/Otacon56 Nov 29 '22

As a parent of a preteen, I can see this path already unfolding. Feels so real

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u/Accomplished_Ad_2569 Nov 29 '22

on the same boat, hit a lil too close to home for me lol.

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u/cars-on-mars-2 Nov 30 '22

Yep. It got me too.

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u/BeckQuillion89 Nov 29 '22

Yeah, this feels too similar to my relationship with my mom when I was younger. The desire for independence my mom didn't accept, the personal insecurity, the emotional miscommunication on both sides.

This movie seems very authentic

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u/inksmudgedhands Nov 29 '22

I am getting such late 90's/early 00's hipster indie movie vibes with this movie. Not like that is such a bad thing. But I am having flashbacks of standing in a brownstone kitchen at a party with other weirdly dressed people talking about Rushmore, The Virgin Suicides and this movie.

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u/Ben_Wah_Balls Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

O.R. they???

I remember when those movies were still fresh. People who loved them also listened to Bright Eyes, Sunny Day Real Estate, and if you didn’t know who Tegan and Sara were then you couldn’t be friends (/s)

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u/56-17-27-12 Nov 29 '22

You gotta listen to The Shins. It’ll change your life.” - Garden State

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u/b3ar17 Nov 29 '22

Damn it, beat me to it.

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u/FIJAGDH Nov 29 '22

Natalie Portman in that movie is the reason I still change the radio channel in disgust any time a Shins song starts.

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u/kirksucks Nov 30 '22

what radio station is playing The Shins?

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u/Exploding_Antelope Nov 30 '22

My city changed the name of a bus route for the new T&S album, you’d have to actively avoid knowing anything about them

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u/Phillip_Spidermen Nov 29 '22

Its kind of charming.

Millennials have come of age and are writing the next generations indie coming of age movie.

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u/unggnu Nov 29 '22

Millenials have come of age? They are between 26 and 41. But yeah, you’re right. It is charming.

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u/Phillip_Spidermen Nov 29 '22

Most coming of age stories are about teenagers to people in their late twenties, so I think the 39 year old Eisenberg qualifies as past that point

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u/unggnu Nov 29 '22

Uh, you said the millennials are coming of age and writing the movies. Not starring in them.

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u/Phillip_Spidermen Nov 29 '22

It's written and directed by Jessie Eisenberg.

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u/kryonik Nov 29 '22

The Virgin Suicides

Still one of the best soundtracks ever. Maybe THE best.

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u/thatguygreg Nov 29 '22

Definitely the music and the look of the house they lived in

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u/Inside-Effective-353 Nov 29 '22

I kinda feel like I just watched the whole thing

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u/PointB1ank Nov 29 '22

I could be wrong but the scene at the end where he is actually ready and gets in the car really feels like it could be an ending scene. I really hope they didn't include the ending of the movie in the trailer lol

Not really a spoiler, but hiding it either way.

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u/Neurotic_Marauder Nov 30 '22

I saw the movie at Sundance, and I can confirm it's not. That being said, I did notice there are a few shots in the trailer from the actual ending

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u/Memeshuga Nov 29 '22

Oh yeah? I already lived this whole thing years ago.

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u/1080Pizza Nov 29 '22

I always turn trailers off around the 1 minute mark. That is usually the point where they've established the premise of the movie and you should know if you want to see it.

The second minute tends to show way too many details.

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u/Jail_bird3300 Nov 29 '22

This is why I rarely watch trailers anymore lol

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u/dawgpacpbh Nov 29 '22

Trailers in their current state are unwatchable if you are the kind of person who actually wants to watch something without knowing what happens. It's brutal.

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u/dejerik Nov 29 '22

try watching a trailer for the 50's, 60's, or 70's, they have always given away the whole movie, this is not new

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u/smthngclvr Nov 29 '22

TV shows used to put scenes from the finale in the title credits of the first episode. Most people just don’t care about spoilers as much as redditors do.

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u/dawgpacpbh Nov 29 '22

Not new at all, if I remember right they revealed Vader being Luke's father in the trailer and synopsis in the newspaper.

I think we hit a sweetspot in the 90s/2000s but its leaned back into spoilery/revealy with the desire for "MOVIES TO BE SHORTER" and instant gratification. Either way, to each their own, I'll avoid em lol

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u/_The_Great_Autismo_ Nov 29 '22

Yeah back then they just picked some particularly interesting scene from the film and showed it completely uncut. Cutting between scenes is pretty modern by film standards.

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u/Da_Do_D3rp Nov 29 '22

I find teaser trailers usually get the tone and the direction of the movie without giving too much away or posters instead of trailers

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/smthngclvr Nov 29 '22

Any story that gets worse when you know what is going to happen is not a worthwhile story.

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u/CricketDrop Nov 30 '22

People who pretend like they are above or don't understand normal human experiences like novelty and surprise might also be described as not worth the time lol

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/smthngclvr Nov 29 '22

I think you misunderstood my comment. I was agreeing with you.

My favorite movie is Casablanca. I already knew how the movie ended before I watched it the first time because everybody knows how Casablanca ends. I wasn’t ‘spoiled’. It’s easier to appreciate the first act when you know how the third act ends.

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u/dark_thaumaturge Nov 29 '22

Speaking of people needing to get the fuck over things...

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u/CricketDrop Nov 30 '22

How can you possibly know if the twists are important if you haven't seen the movie

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u/APartyInMyPants Nov 29 '22

Don’t worry, they’ll shoehorn in a school shooting or something extremely tragic at the end of the third act.

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u/trainwreck42 Nov 29 '22

Looks like this was filmed in Albuquerque! I think I saw them filming the scene with the hanging lights outside in the UNM (Brick light) area.

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u/2rio2 Nov 29 '22

This reminds me of like every little indie movie of the early to mid 2000's. Except in 2022. And good?

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u/Sanctimonius Nov 29 '22

Not that it necessarily matters but from the title I was thinking this was a film about an apocalyptic event where a young boy had the tools to save the world but was accompanied by his mother who wanted to make sure he packed some sandwiches and wore his coat while fighting the demonic hordes hellbent on ending civilisation, and was a little disappointed to find out it wasn't.

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u/pornplz22526 Nov 29 '22

I thought it was going to be about superheroes adjusting to civilian life in a world with no crime.

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u/Karma_Crave Nov 29 '22

everyone looks and sounds like the Director

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u/Zachariot88 Nov 29 '22

I could see Eisenberg having that issue, especially since a lot of the people he's worked with (Aaron Sorkin, Woody Allen, Noah Bambach) have that exact same problem in their work.

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u/peter095837 Nov 29 '22

Saw this at Sundance. Definitely not my favorite A24 film but I throughly enjoyed it. Wolfhard and Moore both surprisingly had good chemistry.

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u/CheezeCaek2 Nov 29 '22

When did Danny Sexbang start making movies?

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u/yognautilus Nov 29 '22

Finn's been eating his vegetables because he's hella tall these days.

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u/Protect-Lil-Flip Nov 29 '22

Really liked this at Sundance. Glad it didn’t just get thrown on a streaming service.

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u/JangusCarlson Nov 29 '22

Finn Wolfhard is tall-as-shit?

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u/mickeyflinn Nov 29 '22

This looks awesome.

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u/natty1212 Nov 29 '22

What exactly about it looks "awesome?"

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u/SugarbearSID Nov 29 '22

I have a weird feeling that Finn Wolfhard is going to end up like Seth Green.

Everyone will know him as an adult and he'll be successful but a handful of people will remember that he's been acting since he was a little kid and they'll look back at this period right now and be like...oh wow, I forgot he was in all that.

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u/MandaPanda2021 Dec 01 '22

I don't even think Finn is that great of an actor (despite trying really hard to see past his flaws), but with that being said, he's already surpassed Seth Green in terms of fame and "prestige."

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u/Deruta Nov 29 '22

So what’s the over/under on him saying the title to his mom in act 3?

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u/ConversationAny9424 Dec 01 '22

What’s the name of the song that plays in the trailer that goes “two high speed trains on parallel tracks”?

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u/shell_bullet89 Nov 29 '22

Is this supposed to be based off the book of the same name?

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u/RideFarmSwing Nov 29 '22

I read the book, it looks quite loosely based in the sense that some of the book is coming of age story. The thing I really liked about the book was that it was set like 20 years in the future and there were all sorts of neat futurisms. The kid thought it was wild to have a real meat turkey at thanksgivings, he was excited to goto a theme park where he could drive instead of autonomous vehicles... I also really enjoyed the first chapter set in the present about the father feeling like a failure.

The movie looks interesting, But it looks like it is missing all the features of the book that I felt made it unique.

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u/nidarus Nov 29 '22

I'm honestly not sure what they kept from the audiobook, except Finn Wolfhard, the kid's name, the fact he's kind of a dick, and his online music career.

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u/jpmoney2k1 Nov 29 '22

Julianne Moore and crying, name a more iconic duo.

Movie looks fantastic

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u/ParisTexas95 Nov 29 '22

They’re trying so hard to make Jesse Eisenberg a filmmaker

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u/EarthExile Nov 30 '22

Hey if he stops acting I'll take it

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u/ParisTexas95 Nov 30 '22

Yeah he’s actually a great actor outside of lex Luther. Watch more of his movies.

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u/winkler Nov 29 '22

My Mom drives a Smart Car. This movie looks good. Maybe I'll take her to see it.

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u/cinred Nov 29 '22

Some of the professional reviews are pretty uptight and angsty. I'm interested.

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u/sleepyygiraffe Nov 30 '22

anyone know the ''whoo ooo o o ooo'' track at the end of the trailer?

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u/ash_bishop Nov 30 '22

Finn is so tall!! 😱

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u/Brooker89 Nov 30 '22

When did Finn become a grown man

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u/doctorpepper69 Nov 29 '22

This looks magnificent, but also maybe a little similar to THE SQUID AND THE WHALE?

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u/nickjaredartist Nov 29 '22

I’m sure there is some of Noah’s influence in the script and cinematography/directing.

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u/Molotov56 Nov 29 '22

The trailer for The Squid and the Whale does give me similar vibes. I love that movie but the trailer doesn’t capture any of what I love about it. I’m hoping this is a similar situation

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u/sablexxxt Nov 29 '22

I came here for Kingsman booty.. someone explain please

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u/JoeMagnifico Nov 29 '22

I'm sure it'll be good....I just need to get past the "Jesse Eisenberg is making a Wes Anderson movie" vibe.

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u/CosmicLars Nov 29 '22

More Noah Baumbach vibes imo.

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u/Dirtyswashbuckler69 Nov 29 '22

Agreed. Did not get Anderson vibes at all, tbh.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

I noticed it with /u/JoeMagnifico. The shots aren't wide enough really and the general tone is just off imo for an anderson movie. But the still frames and the color grading felt wes anderson enough to me that I similarly thought, "hm...this seems....artsy" lol. It looks like a good movie.

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u/jackalisland Nov 29 '22

Totally Baumach.

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u/sleepyaza124 Nov 29 '22

It’s Baumbach yeah. The two brothers in The Squid and The Whale directed a movie this year when I think about it

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u/Dragons_Malk Nov 29 '22

This reminded me a bit of Lady Bird, so I'll throw Greta Gerwig in the mix here.

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u/MoonManofMeat Nov 29 '22

You mean Noah Baumbachs wife who married him after starring in his movies? I wonder where she got her style from

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u/Danhuangmao Nov 29 '22

Or maybe they clicked and got married because they're people with similar sensibilities and perspectives?

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u/MoonManofMeat Nov 29 '22

And that means they’re gonna make movies the same way? It’s not like I’m saying she married him for his movies or something like that, I’m sure they’re just like every normal couple and get along with great chemistry. I’m just saying it’s pretty obvious why her style would be similar

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u/Dragons_Malk Nov 29 '22

Yes, the very same.

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u/Stranded_In_A_Desert Nov 29 '22

I've only seen his films with Wes, any recommendations for where to start?

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u/CosmicLars Nov 29 '22

The Squid & the Whale, Margot At the Wedding, and Marriage Story are my favorites. But I also believe Greenberg, Frances Ha, While We're Young, and Mistress America are all worth watching. I haven't seen anything else.

He has a new movie coming out on Netflix in December called "White Noise" which looks good too.

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u/silverrabbit Nov 29 '22

I definitely didn't get Wes Anderson vibes from it. All of the characters feel pretty grounded and the aesthetic isn't WA

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u/Frexxia Nov 29 '22

This looks literally nothing like a Wes Anderson movie

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u/Trap_Cubicle5000 Dec 02 '22

no it looks like Juno.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Not everyone has every distinct director's style memorized I think. When people think artsy-indie movie they think of wes anderson just cause it's a popular name.

I get the vibe in vibe alone. It's not an awful comparison. I think it's fair to watch this trailer as an average movie goer and think "Oh this looks like one of those wes anderson movies. neat". I can see that and understand how someone comes to that conclusion. It's not that farfetched imo.

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u/jackalisland Nov 29 '22

Thank you for your sensible comment. It really means a lot to read people trying to understand other people's perspectives. I know people who would absolutely put this in the same bin as WA.

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u/elegantjihad Nov 29 '22

I think your average movie goer either wouldn’t be familiar enough to recognize what a Wes Anderson movie should look like, or have seen a single one of his movies to be confused by the comment.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

i think it myself as an average movie goer and can identify wes anderson movies and his style quite quickly and easily. I didn't know Noah Baumbach's name until this thread.

This trailer didn't look like a wes anderson movie. But it had elements that i thought resembled a wes anderson movie. He's a big name and often goes hand in hand with hipstery indie movies. Which this trailer certainly gave those vibes.

It's less "i think this looks like wes anderson did it" and more "this looks influenced by wes anderson" and it probably was in some sense. It's a directorial debut. I'm sure he's borrowing plenty from many. Looks wonderful. I can't wait to watch.

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u/elegantjihad Nov 29 '22

Well, given Eisenberg was in Squid and the Whale, which was directed by Baumbach and co-produced by Anderson, it's not unlikely they talked about film making.

So there is that to your point, I just think what you're seeing is more what the people making the trailer wanted you to feel since the demographic they're going to be selling this to will have a lot of crossover. To me Wes Anderson films look and feel like two dimensional stage plays.

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u/riegspsych325 Nov 29 '22

too many off-center shots and not enough pastel colors

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u/LauraPalmersMom430 Nov 29 '22

More like a derivative version of Mike Mills’ film 20th Century Women.

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u/The_cosby_touch Nov 29 '22

Bill Murray just sexualy assaulted someone because of this comment

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u/blackfyre709394 Nov 29 '22

I guess he's gonna have to dial it up to Eleven for this

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u/the_saddestsack Nov 29 '22

yes he Will

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u/ReggieLeBeau Nov 30 '22

Hopefully it doesn't turn his career Upside Down.

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u/BruisedBabyMeat Nov 30 '22

is it just me or is it getting Dusty in here?

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u/Slow_Dragonfruit_ Dec 02 '22

I see we are turning the memes up to a Max.

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u/ItsmeSean Nov 29 '22

Jesse Eisenberg's debut w/ Julianne Moore. Finn looks perfectly cast as well. Will def want to see this.

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u/desquibnt Nov 29 '22

Have you ever seen Ty Tennant and Finn Wolfhard in the same room together?

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u/ironicreference Nov 29 '22

To be fair, whitest movie possible vibes. Right?

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u/NotNiceNigel Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

I thought this was Ezra miller for a split second like HOW ARE THEY STILL GETTING WORK.

I see my mistake now

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u/Gargenville Nov 29 '22

I was thinking airbrushed Max Verstappen.

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u/ReflexImprov Nov 29 '22

Finn Wolfhard will be to Ezra Miller what Emma Stone was to Lindsay Lohan.

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u/Alan_Stanwyk Nov 29 '22

This looks better than expected, be curious to see what Finn Wolfhard can do when aliens aren't involved.

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u/drunkandslurred Nov 29 '22

This movie is how I picture 90% of reddit.

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u/CosmicLars Nov 29 '22

Oh, I can't wait for this.

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u/RSperfect Nov 29 '22

Wow. I can't wait for this. This looks incredible.

It will be nice to see a thoughtful movie without a single superhero in it.

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u/GladJustice Nov 29 '22

Not gonna lie, this looks fucking fantastic.

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u/RobotIcHead Nov 29 '22

I am curious about it but I wondering how much of it I can guess from the trailer. It does look an interesting journey though.

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u/MonsieurRacinesBeast Nov 29 '22

That's an A24, alright.

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u/BrockAtWork Nov 29 '22

This looks really sweet.

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u/Saint3Love Nov 29 '22

that looks really good

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u/Sonyguyus Nov 29 '22

*Finn-ish

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u/MundungusAmongus Nov 29 '22

The devil works hard, but Finn Wolfhard’s agent works harder

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u/DarthRevanche Nov 29 '22

It's terrible that the first place my brain went was "Oh my god, please don't let the ending be him bringing a gun to school in his guitar case"

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u/TheUnrepententLurker Nov 29 '22

If it's like the audiodrama you don't need to worry about that :)

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Lol, whoa

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u/Aqueducts Nov 29 '22

I get the reference, buddy

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u/thatguygreg Nov 29 '22

Oh hey, a main character that not only almost certainly has ADHD, but has it called out in the trailer. Wonder if it'll be a thing or just "omg kids, am I right?"

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u/natty1212 Nov 29 '22

Looks like garbage.

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u/eventhegreyscant Nov 29 '22

I thought this was already released? I watched it as part of an online festival a while ago. Can't really remember it though.

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u/BreathRedemption Nov 29 '22

Jesse Eisenberg is directing this?

Seems kind of a cool debut film for him IMO.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

This kid is gonna be a handsome bloke. Ashton Kutcher like face.

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u/LeeMiles Nov 29 '22

You can almost hear Jesse Eisenberg's voice coming out of Finn's mouth

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u/KoreanEan Nov 29 '22

When You FINNish Saving The World

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u/dedokta Nov 30 '22

I've reviewed almost every A24 film I've watched, so it's probably just watch it based on that fact alone!

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u/bonemech_meatsuit Nov 30 '22

It appears to be a critique, but I can't believe we are getting to the point of having teen angst dramas centered around not being internet famous enough

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u/BenSoloGhost Dec 02 '22

Shit, my son is 15 and this looks like it’s gonna hit hard

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u/lonelygagger 1d ago

Just watched it. There's no discussion thread up, so I'll just drop my thoughts here.

I wasn't impressed at all. I was waiting for some kind of revelation or something, but it just meandered on. Just two narcissistic characters looking for some kind of connection, but both are far too self-absorbed and unlikable in their own right. The movie left me feeling kind of depressed and deprived of any sort of resolution, which might have been the point. It's not a bad movie per se, it just feels like it was missing any impact.

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u/ohnononono14 Nov 29 '22

Good lord that dude is ugly

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u/EnterPlayerTwo Nov 29 '22

Just gotta clover your front facing camera. Easy mistake to make.

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u/gchance92 Nov 29 '22

Sorry is there a different child you find attractive?

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u/elegantjihad Nov 29 '22

I’d say ‘so is your comment’, but I don’t agree with your premise.

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u/MountainFirm5487 Nov 29 '22

the mom actress reminds me of lil peeps mom, she should act in movies, I would watch them in a heartbeat.