Thursday, April 30, 2015

Para Sa Hopeless Romantic blogcon coverage

What would you do if you are a hopeless romantic or a broken heart? You write a story and published it online. This was the basis of an adaptation of a bestselling novel and now a movie. For the movie, it was given true-to-original content about 97.3 % accurate.

Online novels are a thing now since most of the published materials has roots online before it got printed. The movie brings back the Jadine love team/tandem: James Reid and Nadine Samonte back to novel adaptations but this time, it's got serious drama but still has romantic moments.

Although I am not into romantic comedies, I like how this one was conceptualized. It has a story within a story. I didn't see the movie yet so I leave it up to the viewers to see how it was executed. For the fictional story, Julia Barreto and Inigo Pascual will bring the story to life.

This will make the audience put on their thinking caps for at least once in their lives to see which has the better story in the movie. For more movie blogcon coverage, follow this blog and like L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook. Para Sa Hopeless Romantic opens in cinemas May 15 and was released by Viva Films and distributed by Star Cinema.

One question was asked what will the cast do if they have a broken heart. Here are the answers: food tripping, listening to songs, draw, shopping, workout, cook and get out with friends. Guess who.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Get Hard movie review

After the Avengers: Age Of Ultron opened in cinemas a week ago, I thought there will be no other movies for the coming weeks since the first Avenger movies dominated the movies for months. But I am glad that I am still able to view new movies.
Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.

I am not saying that Avengers is the best movie this month but there are good movies to watch besides. One movie in particular is Get Hard starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. This movie highlights the first comic tandem of the two comedy actors especially for Kevin Hart who gave groundbreaking performance in The Wedding Ringer.

Will Ferrell plays an executive who is serving a jail sentence and consults Kevin Hart's character thinking that he got served in a maximum penitentiary.

What I didn't expect that the movie has adult humor. Not the malicious kind but it tackles some may find racist slurs but there are funny antics that are slapstick and smart. I heard lots of punchlines from this movie that will make my ribs cracked laughing.

So if you are looking for another movie besides Avengers, this is the movie you should see. So far, this is the only movie I watch that is really good. For more movie reviews, follow this blog and like

Tuesday, April 28, 2015


Press release

 From blockbuster and acclaimed filmmaker Ridley Scott comes a chilling action drama “Child 44” based on Tom Rob Smith’s best-selling novel of the same titled starred in by Hollywood’s most admired actors headed by Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, Vincent Cassel, Joel Kinnaman and Jason Clarke about an unlikely hero amidst desperate times.

                Orphan-turned-war-hero Leo Demidov (Hardy) has risen through the ranks of the MGB, the state’s domestic security apparatus, to become a star investigator of dissident activity. When he and sadistic colleague Vasil (Kinnaman) capture suspected spy Anatoly Tarasovich Brodsky (Clarke), the “traitor” names Leo’s own wife, beautiful schoolteacher Raisa (Rapace), as a co-conspirator.

                Forced to investigate Raisa on suspicion of treason, Leo also takes on the case of a boy found carved up alongside railroad tracks. Despite evidence to the contrary, Leo describes the death as an accident to the boy’s father, MGB Agent Alexei Andreyev (Fares Fares) because Stalinist decree dictates, “There is no crime in Paradise.”  

                When Leo refuses to denounce his wife, MGB Commander Major Kuzmin (Vincent Cassel) exiles the couple to the grim industrial city of Volsk. Confined to a one-room hovel and stripped of rank, Leo and Raisa learn that dozens of other dead boys have suffered gruesome “accidents” near railroad tracks under almost identical circumstances as Alexei’s son. Teaming with local Police Chief General Nesterov (Oldman), they sneak back to Moscow and pursue clues before zeroing in on mild-mannered factory worker Vladimir Malevich (Paddy Considine).

                Desperate to rein in his former colleague, the increasingly psychotic Vasili tries to stop Leo and Raisa before they catch the child murderer, who has no place in Stalin’s supposedly crime-free Communist society. In the end, only one man survives the spectacular forest showdown between hero, pedophile and bureaucrat. But despite the victims and the damage done, the Soviet State remains immune to Leo’s inconvenient truths.

                The author’s fans include Oscar®-winning filmmaker Ridley Scott. Galvanized by Child 44’s rich characterizations and epic scope, Scott arranged nine years ago to meet the novelist at his London production headquarters. “It was slightly surreal,” recalls Smith. “I’d gone from having this project I thought might not even get published to talking to Ridley Scott in his office sitting next to a Gladiator sword and a prop from Alien. Ridley was full of incredible ideas for the project.”

                Scott initially intended to direct Child 44 himself. Then he saw Swedish director Daniel Espinosa’s 2010 crime thriller Snabba Cash (aka Easy Money). The highest-grossing movie in Swedish history, Snabba Cash showcased Espinosa’s inventively staged action sequences and stylish editing.  In Child 44, Espinosa saw an opportunity to blend visceral action sequences with psychologically nuanced character arcs against a rich historic tapestry, thus a thrilling and engaging masterpiece was produced.

                “Child 44” opens April 29 exclusive at Ayala Malls Cinemas nationwide.  Log on to for schedule. 

Saturday, April 25, 2015


Read my review here.

Press release

Prepare for an edge-of-your-seat thrilling ride in the Samuel L. Jackson starrer “Big Game,” an action-adventure story that follows a 13-year old boy named Oskari, sent out into the wilderness on an ancient test of manhood, only to find himself racing against time as he and the President of the United States try to survive after terrorist strike down Air Force One.

Photo courtesy of Pioneer Films
                The contrast between Oskari and President is striking, they’re both fish out of water, forced to fight for survival in a world very different from the one they’re used to.  When Oskari (Onni Tommila) first comes across the President (Jackson), he feels he’s falling miserably at his task but finds comfort in seeing the President is just as scared as him.  Oskari soon learns that it’s okay to be frightened and in trouble, the only question is what he prepared to do about it?

                The President reluctantly follows Oskari through the woods, quickly realizing that he’s not a great hunter.  They reach Oskari’s quad bike and supplies, but Oskari refuses the President and the use of his vehicle, still wanting to complete his own mission and prove himself to his father.  He drives further into the wilderness with the President still in tow.  As night falls, they arrive at the map location that the boy’s father has identified as the perfect place to hunt.   Around the campfire, the two discuss the difference between really being tough and simply appearing so.  Next morning, they set out on Oskari’s deer hunt, only to discover a freezer running on a generator. Humiliated, Oskari learns that his father has left him an already killed deer so that he can cheat his wilderness test.  The President then consoles him, saying he owes his rescue to him and believes in him.

                “Big Game’s” inspiration comes from the classic action movies such as “Die Hard,” director Jalmari Helander naturally looked for the movie’s action sequences to amaze the audiences.  Stunt coordinator Mark Sieger illustrates how the production team pulled out all the stops to thrill viewers unlike any. 

                While most of the action takes place in spectacular forest locations, there was nevertheless also the need for some intricate studio work, including the on-set construction of a detailed Air Force One.  “I loved the idea of the plane crashing in the water,” Sieger continues, and we had a studio where we built the entire upper deck of the plane: half in the water and half out.  There’s an explosion where Samuel and Onni fly backwards from the plane into the water. That was an exciting day!” enthuses Siegel.

                Thrills and spills were clearly the order of business then,  but Helander has no doubts about what he hopes his audience will take away from the film:  “I think it is big and epic with a lot of good old fashioned action, nice 80s style blockbuster action, but still with a big heart."  

Thursday, April 23, 2015


Friendship and music hit the right spots in the new full trailer of Universal Pictures' eagerly anticipated comedy sequel “Pitch Perfect 2”.

The Barden Bellas are back in “Pitch Perfect 2,” the follow-up to the original smash hit. The comedy is helmed by Elizabeth Banks, co-star and producer of “Pitch Perfect,” and produced by Paul Brooks, Max Handelman and Banks. Writer Kay Cannon returns to the team to pen the next chapter.

The film stars Anna Kendrick, Skylar Astin, Rebel Wilson, Adam DeVine, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Alexis Knapp, Ester Dean, Hana Mae Lee, Hailee Steinfeld with John Michael Higgins, Katey Sagal and Elizabeth Banks.

"Pitch Perfect 2” is distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015


Press release

Tom Hardy, known for memorable portrayals in “The Dark Knight Returns” as the evil Bane, a violent convict in “Bronson,” a volatile bartender in “The Drop” and scene stealing roles in “Inception,” “RocknRolla” and “This Means War,” stars and shines anew in “Child 44,” produced by Ridley Scott, a film filled with a stellar cast of truly gifted actors and filmmakers – Gary Oldman, Joel Kinnaman, Noomi Rapce, Vince Cassel and Jason Clarke.

                Hardy takes on the role of Leo Demidov in ”Child 44,” based on the best-selling novel by Tom Rob Smith of the same title.  Leo is an orphan turned war-hero in Stalinist Russia who eventually lost his status as a ranking official when he refused to denounce his wife, Raisa (Rapace) and has since then under the grueling watch of rival psychopath Vasili (Kinnaman), who are bent to put the couple down whatever it takes.  Leo as part of the MGB, the Soviet intelligence agency in the 1950s has uncovered lies behind the series of killings of young boys across the Soviet Union, which the agency masked under the Stalinist belief that ‘There is no crime in paradise.’  Fuelled by his innate moral dictate, Leo, despite being stripped of his status from the agency pursues the serial killer, discovering a total 44 victims (boys) killed across the country.  

                Leo, an unlikely hero in an adventure of such grand historical scope in “Child 44” is played to the hilt by Hardy who was attracted to the moral complexity of his character.  Further, he is equally thrilled to reunite and work again with Rapace whom he also starred with in “The Drop.”  The filmmakers are unanimous in casting Hardy for their unlikely hero who is capable of handling the script’s demanding emotional and physical range, from quiet dramatic moments to brutal action sequences. They also needed someone who could subtly express the protagonist’s inner conflicts as he struggles to find his humanity in an inhuman situation.

                “Child 44’s” 15-week shoot took place over the summer of 2013 in the Czech Republic. The capital city of Prague doubled for Cold War-era Moscow. Prague’s beautiful old National Theatre and the Rudolfinum, a neo-Renaissance concert hall, were used to shoot scenes in which the elite group of MGB officers and their wives watch “Swan Lake” performed by Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet. In cooperation with the Czech Republic’s Cinematography Fund, director Espinosa worked closely with Roelfs to secure as many period-specific locations as possible. “Prague and the Czech Republic had the best mix of Soviet-style architecture from the 1950s and 1960s within one hour of the city center and a highly experienced crew base,” says executive producer Adam Merims.

Contrasted with Moscow’s urban splendor is the grimy village of Vosk, where the exiled Leo and Raisa first meet Nesterov. A “ghastly, dirty, filthy industrial sort of swamp,” as Beaven describes it, Vosk is the desolate outpost where non-conformists are forced to live as punishment for deviating from Communist Party groupthink.

“Child 44’s” climactic showdown in Rostov at the Rostelmach Factory, home base for the serial killer, was shot amid the industrial landscapes of Králuv Dvur and Hrádek u Rokycan. “The world that Daniel gives you is so authentic that it actually does a great deal of the work for you,” Oldman says.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015


Press release

A new genre in the world of horror has a fascinating origin...

Producer Timur Bekmambetov’s (“Wanted”) penchant for innovative, intelligent and sophisticated filmmaking elevates the horror genre to an unexpected level with Universal Pictures’ “Unfriended.” A filmmaker who splits his time between the U.S. and Russia, running companies in both countries, Bekmambetov is almost always on his computer, which is how the idea for “Unfriended” came to life. For 15 years, the thought kept coming up: “Somebody’s got to make a movie about the part of our lives we spend digitally connected.”
Photo courtesy of UIP

Bekmambetov elaborates: “Over the years, I’ve shared this idea with many filmmakers, trying to find someone to help me make this movie. I was shared this idea, hoping it would spark something inside them. It was hard to convince anyone to take a break from traditional filmmaking and take a risk like this. I knew that the only way to achieve this movie would be to stop thinking and just do.”

Jason Blum, the film’s executive producer whose company, Blumhouse, is presenting the film, said about the idea: “What is so fun and scary about `Unfriended’ is that the filmmakers came up with a new way of making a movie that actually elevates and serves the story.”

One night, writer/producer Nelson Greaves and co-executive producer Alan Khamoui, another executive from Bekmambetov’s production company, Bazelevs, were sitting around the office spitballing ideas for new projects with their boss, and the idea for `Unfriended’ came back around. Greaves shares: “We said: ‘What if this was a horror movie?’ At that point, the idea clicked with me. Found-footage films are frightening because of the constraints and limits. What’s more limiting than being trapped on your computer as you’re attacked and terrorized?”

Greaves, who was an assistant at the time, needed a reason to still be employed at the company after his supervisor had left, so he jumped into the dark and fleshed out a story that could thrive in this world and still be grounded and relatable. After he wrote the script, he handed it off to Bekmambetov. A colleague of Bekmambetov’s, director Leo Gabriadze, just happened to be in Los Angeles at the time filming a commercial, and the Russian producer knew he’d take to the material.

Greaves recalls: “Timur physically handed the script to Leo and told him to read it. Leo went next door and, for the longest two-and-a-half hours of my life, he read the script while I sat there nervous. Good news is that he loved it.”

Getting the thumbs-up from Gabriadze, Greaves reached out to a former classmate and roommate, Adam Sidman, who was working inunscripted television production. As soon as Greaves walked him through the storyline, Sidman came aboard and wore every production hat possible—production coordinator, locations manager, hiring the crew, director of photography, creative producing, you name it—and Sidman, Greaves and Gabriadze shot a test of the script. Soon after, Bekmambetov gave it his seal of approval and green-lit production.

In presenting “Unfriended,” Blum was excited to push the envelope once again with moviegoers. He notes: “The best horror films speak to audiences’ primal fears, and Unfriended goes deep into the exploration of those fears in an extremely innovative manner of filmmaking. Here, a group of teens who think they’re immortal begin to realize the consequences of actions they were so flippant about only one year earlier. When they are tested, will they stand together or will their group be torn apart by the very decisions that once brought them so close?”

Ushering in a new era of horror, Universal Pictures' “Unfriended” follows what happens when a seemingly innocent online prank starts a sequence of events that spirals out of control. A first-person exploration of the terror that can emerge when our connected experiences transform into our deadliest fears, the film unfolds over a teenager’s computer screen as she and her friends are stalked by an unseen figure who seeks vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself a year earlier. On the anniversary of her death, the very same friends who thought there would be no consequences to their actions will find out just how deadly wrong they are.

“Unfriended” is distributed by United International Pictures through Columbia Pictures.

Monday, April 20, 2015


Press release

Fan-favorite Robert Downey Jr. reprises his seminal portrayal of Tony Stark/Iron Man for the fifth time in Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” In Marvel’s “The Avengers” Tony Stark struggled to become a team player and in “Iron Man 3” audiences saw him transcend his dependency on the tech that was keeping him alive. So where does he go now?

To Downey Jr., the answer is simple: “There’s all this unfinished business. There’s the matter of a certain wormhole that opened over New York and the imminent threat that still implies, so Tony has turned his attentions more toward a bit of a post-Reagan-era, Star-Wars-type notion and he likes to call it Ultron.”

Right from the beginning of the project, Downey Jr. found a lot to like in writer/director Joss Whedon’s compelling screenplay. “To me it’s further developing the complexities of the relationship between all the main folks,” comments the actor. “I like that Thor has a beef with me and then eventually has to say I’m right. It’s just interesting and the way it all wraps up to me is super exciting, but strangely my favorite part about ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is what’s brought into potential at the end.”

But returning to Tony Stark and The Avengers was bittersweet for the super-talented, much-loved actor. “This time around I felt like I really got closer with the cast members, and Joss and I are pals,” says Downey Jr. “But more than any other of the Marvel movies, for me I feel like this is a feeling of an ending of an era and the beginning of another. Obviously some of that is informed by the new blood coming through, with Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and I welcome it. So there’s a sense that we’ve been around just long enough to be a guard that may or may not be passing or changing.”

The new kids on the block, Elizabeth Olsen who plays Scarlet Witch and Aaron Taylor-Johnson who is Quicksilver, definitely shake things up for Tony Stark and the rest of The Avengers. Downey Jr. explains the new dynamic: “Tony knows The Avengers; they are the Super Heroes that he has been in the trenches with. He’s only really just gotten over his mild dose of PTSD, so to have something like a Scarlet Witch whispering in one ear and a Quicksilver bolting and flashing past the other is a little bit like ‘hmm.’ It’s like that friend or foe thing, but the way that they’ve been developed as from their origins, albeit how they’ve been depicted in the comics and other attempts thus far, this one is incredibly smart and the nice thing about it is they really fit into the story. What’s great about it is it puts Tony and certainly the other Avengers off-kilter. Also it would seem initially that there’s somewhat of a vendetta, and it sucks when you know there’s someone who’s after you who’s mad and they have a good reason.”

Explaining Tony Stark’s place on The Avengers team this time around, Downey Jr. says, “I don’t know of anyone in the history of any Super Hero franchise who seems to never run out of money. Tony’s footing the bill and he can swing it, obviously. The real thing is that he wants to localize, look after and nurture this necessary counterbalancing faction, which is The Avengers, and have them all where they are. Then there’s part of him that’s still the designer and the tweaker and a bit of an engineer and the mechanic who just wants to help them all do things a little bit better. So his comfort is like someone who buys a football team and then wants to redo their uniforms and give them better equipment and keep them safer on the field and make them stronger and faster.”

In Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” Captain America, played by Chris Evans, is clearly the leader, but it seems to work for Tony Stark this time around. “There are really only two relationships in Tony’s life in which he’s been willing to assume a lower status and one’s with Pepper obviously, equal footing, and the other’s with Cap,” informs Downey Jr. “It’s always whoever does the job best should probably do that job and Tony’s bringing a lot to the table and Cap has the most experience. It’s also nice to feel like there’s someone under whose tutelage you become better at what you have to do and no one’s more battle-seasoned than Cap.”

There has been much speculation about what the future holds for the Tony Stark/Iron Man character. Downey Jr. admits he does not have the answer, but offers, “It’s hard to say. I’ve been talking with Kevin Feige and some of the creatives and there are really good ideas. It’s been this thing where some part of it was just smart luck and then the rest of it has been this kind of thing that’s gently unfolded and at the right pace for the right amount of time to keep working. So whatever the future holds for Tony I want it to be a future that works for the highest good for the whole magilla and I just want it to keep feeling like there’s more to do and more to say.”

When fans sit down in theaters to see Marvel’s “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” Downey Jr. hopes people just say, “Wow.” “I hope that they feel as good about this as they did when they came and saw the third ‘Iron Man,’ or as they did when they saw the most recent ‘Captain America’ and ‘Thor’ and that there’s still more to say and more to do and it’s fun. This movie is incredibly fun and thoughtful and has great themes and there’s a whole bunch of new people, so that’s my seal of approval,” concludes the actor.

Monday, April 13, 2015

The Longest Ride movie review

I usually have an idea of what kind of movies Nicholas Sparks adaptations are and it always have the same elements. A quiet town, a love story, and a death of one character. You always expect this. 

I almost didn't watch it unless there is a female companion I can ask for an opinion to review this movie. Also, But the reason why I like to see this movie was Britt Robertson. Not only she's hot but also I am a fan of her series, The Dome. She also has an upcoming movie from Disney called Tomorrowland. Looks like she has promising career in the movies.

But The Longest Ride was different from the previous Sparks stories. it is like The Notebook but there are two different couples separated by time since but are drawn together by their experiences. 

I can also relate to Scott Eastwoods character minus the bullfighting. We are both old school. We both behave like a Southern gentleman. I will not go pick up a girl at her door without any flowers or prepare dishes instead of buying a take-out food.

There is just one scene here that was patterned after a real life story. To not spoiling it, I can only say that it is the auction scene. To sum it all up, I really felt good after watching the movie and I am glad I didn't skip this movie not because I was watching it with someone.

My viewpoint for this review is for the movie because I haven't read any Sparks book yet. For more movie reviews, follow this blog and like L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Miss Meadows movie review

Why should you watch Miss Meadows...
Photo courtesy of Myriad Pictures

#It's been a while since Katie Holmes been in a movie.

#Katie Holmes as a vigilante.

#It's fun to watch that vigilantes can be this decent to look at.

#Reminds me of Pulp Fiction in terms of twist.

#You will say goodbye by saying too-da-loo.

#Miss Meadows is also a mysterious character.

#Despite being a vigilante, Miss Meadow is a good influence as a teacher.

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Kid Kulafu movie review

Why should you watch Kid Kulafu...

#Before he became became Pac-Man, Manny Pacquaiao was Kid Kulafu. It is a biopic of the people's champ.

#It is a product of a three-year old research by Paul Soriano.

#It is best to watch it before the Pacquaio-Mayweather fight.

#Alessandra de Rossi did a great performance as Mommy Dionisia.

#Buboy Villar got into shape to be to make him look like the young Manny. He even got his trademark moves.

#Paul Soriano did a great movie and I can compare to Hollywood movie production.

#It is not just about boxing. It is about family and friendship.

#Boxing commentator Romy Nathanielz commends this movie because it brought him back to the glory days of Blow By Blow.

Kid Kulafu was brought to you by Ten 17 Productions and distributed by Star Cinema. For more movie reviews, follow this blog and like L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook.

Friday, April 10, 2015


Press release

Award-winning superstar Jennifer Lopez will make you want to get up and dance this summer  when her high-energy Captive Cinema JENNIFER LOPEZ: DANCE AGAIN

The docu-concert goes behind the scenes of Lopez's first world tour, which visits 65 cities and five continents, travelling 100,000 miles and reaching one million fans, producing 11,250 minutes of music, and requiring 500,000 sequins and 162 wardrobe changes. DANCE AGAIN combines riveting musical performances with a raw and candid look at Lopez's personal and professional life over a defining six-month period, when she challenges herself to go on her first world tour with her two young children in tow.

"I wanted to tell a story, to open myself up to people," says Lopez. "The experience was more fulfilling than I could have ever imagined. This documentary brings back so many incredible memories and I am so excited to relive the tour, and once again, share these experiences with my fans."

The special includes intimate documentary footage and interviews with Lopez and her closest friends, who accompanied her on the road, as well as spectacular in-concert renditions of many of her biggest hits, including "Get Right," "Love Don't Cost a Thing," "I'm Into You," "Goin' In," "Let's Get Loud," "On the Floor," "I'm Real," "Do It Well," "All I Have" and "Dance Again." Lopez, who is considered one of the most famous Latina entertainers in the world, begins the tour in South America and ends in Puerto Rico, where she held her first concert 11 years earlier.

JENNIFER LOPEZ: DANCE AGAIN is released and distribute by CAPTIVE CINEMA

Thursday, April 2, 2015


Press release

Columbia Pictures now unveils the new international poster art for its upcoming action-packed family comedy, “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.”

Coming with the tagline, “Always Bet on Blart” (a variation of the cliché “always bet on black”), the one-sheet shows our earnest mall cop traversing down a zip line across the Vegas strip.

After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart (Kevin James) has earned a well-deserved vacation. He heads to Vegas with his teenage daughter (Raini Rodriguez) before she heads off to college. But safety never takes a holiday and when duty calls, Blart answers.

Starring Kevin James, Raini Rodriguez, Neal McDonough, and Shirley Knight, “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” is directed by Any Fickman, from a screenplay by Kevin James & Nick Bakay. The film is produced by Todd Garner, Kevin James, Adam Sandler and Jack Giarraputo.

Opening across the Philippines on May 06, 2015, “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2” will be distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Movie Trailer Reveal: SPY starring Jenny McCarthy. From 20th Century FOX

From the director who brought you Bridesmaids and The Heat, Paul Feig returns with Spy starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and Jude Law. From 20th Century Fox. See newly released movie trailers first in this blog and like L.E.N.S. blogs