Friday, September 11, 2020

TRAILER FOR DISNEY'S INSPIRING DRAMA CLOUDS WITH FIN ARGUS, TOM EVERETT SCOTT, NEVE CAMPBELL, AUSTRALIAN SF FILM 2067 WITH RYAN KWANTEN, KODI SMITH MCPHEE

     'CLOUDS' TRAILER FOR
Clouds will be hitting Disney + October 16th
NEW DISNEY PLUS FILM
You Don't Have to Find Out You're Dying to Start Living! Disney has released the first trailer and poster for their inspiring, heartfelt drama CLOUDS which will stream on Disney Plus from October 16th! The movie, directed by Justin Baldoni, sees young Fin Argus playing a teenager who is diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and finds a way to inspire others with the little time he has left. This moving film is based on Laura Sobiech's book "Fly a Little Higher'. Neve Campbell, Tom Everett Scott also star



     '2067' TRAILER
SAYS THE FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN
If you prefer science fiction, a trailer and a new poster have been released for a sf movie 2067 which I mentioned a couple of times before over the
2067 is arriving to cinemas next month!
years. Out in selected theatres and on demand from October 2nd, it stars Ryan Kwanten and Kodi Smith McPhee. This Australian film is set in the year 2067. Earth has been ravaged by climate change and humanity is now living on artificial oxygen. An illness caused by the synthetic oxygen is killing people and the only hope for a cure comes in the form of a message from the future. "Send Ethan Whyte," the message reads. Ethan, an underground tunnel worker, suddenly finds himself entering a terrifying new world full of unknown danger as he must fight to save the human race.

8 comments:

  1. Uh, my heart! I'll probably cry through all of Clouds.

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  2. Yea.. I don’t think I could do the first one. I remember the movie with the two teenagers that had cancer and it still haunts me. In fact, I’d rather watch the scy fy flick about the artificial oxygen disease. Lol

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  3. I would choose to wait for the 2067 film to be shown in theaters in my country.
    This genre film put my imagination into play 😊

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    1. Hope it gets over there! We do love a good sf.

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  4. Haven't seen Neve Campbell in a movie for a long time.

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