A pair of intriguing 2009 releases have made available their opening minutes. Personally, I would rather have seen their closing minutes, so I'd know what happens and save myself the $10.
Courtesy of Awards Daily, Francis Ford Coppola's small, black-and-white Tetro ...
... which has a strange Touch of Evil-ish quality to it, but with quiet. Bonus points for the slanty credits.
And, via TrailerAddict, Rian Johnson's The Brothers Bloom (which I've mentioned before) ...
... which seems clever and creative and all -- but I hate rhyming. Hate it. Hateithateithateit. I hate it so much, I'm not even going to finish this paragraph with an ironic rhyme of my own. I'm that much in the zone*.
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