Tag Archives: Submarine
Since computers took over the traditionally hand-painted posters that graced movie lobbies over the last two decades, things have taken an artistic slide. But there is still a crop of truly awesome, borderline iconic imagery being produced by studios to sell their movies.
We're counting down the best and brightest of this year's slick one-sheets. Generic floating Photoshop heads? Not in this bunch.
The story of a guy or gal trying to get the old v-card punched is nothing we haven't seen before, but "Submarine" is smarter, cooler, and funnier than what 99 percent of teen comedies have to offer.
You won't find any ravaged baked goods or hard-up goobers peeking at girls in the locker room in this delicious import from Wales, just a moody teen who stares out at the sea in Swansea.
Instead, our hero and narrator Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) is a serious young man who has important questions about life: Who is he? Where does he fit in? Should he smoke a pipe? How can he get Jordana (Yasmin Paige) to be his girlfriend and sleep with him? Is his mom going to leave his dad for a terribly batty ex-boyfriend who has a mullet and runs self-help workshops? Get More »
"Submarine" was an audience favorite at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and it's easy to see why now that we've seen the trailer: it's got that clever, witty and oh so precious vibe that not only screams "Sundance" but, more importantly, "Good Sundance." Get More »