Links Away: Inception In 60 Seconds. Also, It's Animated.

Inception was a hell of a film. It was also a hell of a confusing film, all things considered. Leave it to some artist, however, to increase the confusion variable by a factor of holy-crap-what-am-I-watching.

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The team behind Sucker Punch has turned confusing audiences into an art. I'm not even mad at Sucker Punch anymore. Now, I'm just impressed with how confusing they have been able to make their marketing campaign. It's an art, really. Not content merely offering trailers that trigger epileptic seizures, the team has now moved on to animated shorts (3 min) that don't offer a single word of dialogue or the slightest clue of what's going on. There's a guy in a mask. He gets shot by something resembling a steampunk ED-209 from Robocop. The guy in the mask dies, and sexy girls walk toward the camera. If you claim to glean more than that from this clip, you're a horrible liar, and you should be ashamed of yourself. (Coming Soon)


Matthew McConaughey's 'Dazed and Confused' Audition Tape is the Most McConaughey Thing to Ever McConaughey

If you ever wanted proof that McConaughey *is* Wooderson (and vice versa), this is it. By Jared Jones It is often said that the greatest actors don't act at all, really, but rather bring certain (enhanced) aspects of their own personality into the character they are portraying — prime examples of this being Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski, John Wayne in everything, and Matthew McConaughey in Dazed and Confused. With his perpetually laid-back vibe and penchant for stony anecdotes, McConaughey *is* Wooderson and vice versa, hence why the actor will always be looked at through the lense of his first defining role. Perhaps to confirm our long-running and well-backed suspicions about McConaughey the person, the Criterion Collection decided to release his original audition tape for Dazed and Confused yesterday. It is without a doubt the most McConaughey thing to ever McConaughey. According to FilmDrunk, the then-23-year-old McConaughey only wound up in Dazed and Confused after meeting the film's casting director at the Hyatt bar where "McConaughey’s buddy used to bartend and give him free beer." My guess is that said director took one look into McConaughey's steely blue, glazed over eyes and instantly knew that everything was going to be all right, all right, all right. Check out McConaughey's audition tape above, which features his now infamous "high school girls" line and even an appearance by future Dazed and Confused co-star Willy Wiggins. Willy Wiggins. With a name like that, it's a shame that kid's career never took off.


Watch The Trailer For 'Hesher' And Be As Confused As I Am

If this doesn't make you want to see the movie, just don't see the movie. I don't even know what to say about this. It's the first official trailer for Hesher, not that knock-off that completely misrepresented the movie according to star Joseph Gordon-Levitt. And it definitely seems intriguing, to say the least. In today's world of giving away whether Tom Hanks escapes the island in the trailer for Cast Away, it's cool to see a trailer that doesn't show you the whole movie in three minutes. Or maybe the whole movie is like this. That would be pretty cool too. Anyway, this trailer has definitely done its job, because I'm very interested in seeing this, now. If you don't feel the same way after watching, I don't know what to say to you.


'13 'Bonnie And Clyde' Of Emile Hirsch And Holliday Grainger Shouldn't Be Confused With '03 Bonnie And Clyde Jay-Z And Beyonce

I really want to spoil the ending, but I won't. This time around, Bonnie and Clyde will be depicted in a mini-series, rather than a film or music video. They will also be a bit younger, as the casting would indicate. Lest you think an event of this magnitude can be shoehorned into just one channel on one night, YOU ARE DUMB. It's a four-hour, two part EVENT, that will air simultaneously on A&E, Lifetime, and History. Why Lifetime? Because Emile Hirsch and women hitting their sexual peak in their mid-40's, that's why.


The 'Salvation Boulevard' Trailer Compels/Confuses You

Pierce Brosnan plays the head of a super crazy mega church, who kills an atheist professor (Ed Harris) in front of a deadhead-turned-church-goer Greg Kinnear. Yo, Greg Kinnear. Watch out. I had to re-watch this trailer for Salvation Boulevard to figure out exactly what was happening, but that's cool. A lot is going at the Church of James Bond. I would definitely go to that church on Sundays, unless... y'know, someone got murdered at it. In Salvation Boulevard, Pierce Brosnan plays the charismatic head of a super crazy mega church, who kills an atheist professor (Ed Harris) in front of a deadhead-turned-church-goer Greg Kinnear. This puts Kinnear in great danger - even Jim Gaffigan's character tries to kill him. Normally, Gaffigan's a pretty cool guy, but witness the wrong murder and Gaffigan will take you apart like a hot pocket. Based on a novel by Larry Beinhart, Salvation Boulevard is directed by George Ratliff.