Friday, August 19, 2011

Fright Night (2011) review - trailer

Posted by Muarif 6:02 AM, under , | No comments

"Fright Night" benefit from an ideal location in Las Vegas, the night city. And 'suburban residential insulation disturbing. Seen from the air is several square blocks of houses and roads completely surrounded by arid desert. Customers who bought his first house here was an optimist.

Maybe it was Jerry (Colin Farrell). It is a simple man, handsome and charming, who lives next to the Brewsters. Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) is a teen with little expertise on the usual vampires, so it is sensitive to vibrations of some of the neighbor. His divorced mother, Jane (Toni Collette), picks up the most room testosterone. They both wonder why Jerry is an unsightly dump in his front yard, and where all those clods come. The exterior of the house remains unchanged.

To be sure, all the windows blacked out Jerry, but we are told is not uncommon in Las Vegas, where so many people working in night shifts and sleep all day. Seems reasonable. Both houses are close together (especially in view of miles of empty desert around the development), and Charley find it easy to monitor the suspicious movements of Jerry's window second floor room. Charley friend Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) communications that the student has been missing in their class, and begin to suspect that Jerry may be a vampire.

"Fright Night" was inspired by a somewhat 'similar to 1985, vampire movie with the same name, which was actually quite good and contained a lot of performance by Roddy McDowall unemployed for TV horror movie host named Peter Vincent, who took the teenager to advise it on a vampire killing. (The name is, of course, playing with Peter Cushing and Vincent Price, although a decreasing number of cinema-goers will be able to collect on it.) This time, Peter Vincent (David Tennant) is a magician Brit, that titles the casinos of Las Vegas, and claims to be an expert on vampires.

Setting details of the plot aside, I can reveal that Charley has a hot girlfriend (Imogen Poots), his mother, Jane is a character strong and grown, and no one will listen to suspect Jerry Charley - especially not the police, who, judging by the apparent size of the housing must have to commute between downtown Vegas.

David Tennant is funny and lewd, like Peter Vincent, vampire occupy the attic full of artifacts and alcohol consumption as high fighting a chronic thirst. He is selfish, rude and aggressive, and fell in love with Charley requests for assistance. But ... Well, he knows a lot about vampires.

"Fright Night" directed by Craig Gillespie and written by Marti Noxon, is several degrees better than "Final Destination 5", which opened a week ago. I say this despite my fear of certainty, the 'Fright Nights' 2, 3, 4 and 5, where more and more suspicious, the neighbors will be introduced to the most exotic locations. My needs are modest. Two films based on this premise in 26 years is enough.

The film is competent to make major decisions that seek to exceed the general requirements of their properties. It is a condition of the CGI (including probably the majority). Technical credits are first rate: the production design (by Richard Bridgland), art director (Randy Moore), prosthetic make-up (Aurora Bergere) and cinematography (Javier Aguirresarobe).

As in the previous film, it always dances on the edge of comedy. She mostly fun with the rules of behavior of vampires still teases Jerry about Charley. Without missing a thing, I can tell you that one of the inevitable issues through the heart in this film is based on the use of product placement. As vampire movies go, "Fright Night" is pretty good.


Director: Craig Gillespie
Writers: Marti Noxon (screenplay), Tom Holland (story), and 1 more credit »
Stars: Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell and David Tennant


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