Watch Javier Bardem Emote in 'Biutiful' Trailer

Give me Oscar. Can you smell it? That's the Oscar race getting closer, my friends. Roadside Attractions has dropped the trailer for Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Biutiful. Javier Bardem already won Best Actor in Cannes for his portrayal of a father facing death, and that means the little, bald, gold man is next. Biutiful falls in line with Inarritu's previous mellow harshing material (Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Babel), but if you're looking to feel glum, this film could be a quick ticket to Emotional Breakdown Town. Biutiful hits theaters Decemeber 29, 2010. Check out the trailer after the jump... Biutiful Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers

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'The Fighter' Trailer Wants Your Oscar Vote

Win by Technical Derp-out. The trailer has dropped for David O. Russell's The Fighter starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams. Holy crap does this movie look like Oscar bait, and not necessarily in a bad way. The trailer alone had me quickly transitioning through a range of emotions. My work desk is currently covered in tears, blood, and Jujubes. I secreted the first two. The film follows boxer "Irish" Micky Ward and his brother who helped train him before going pro in the mid-1980s. It's just your average gu fighting the good fight to fight in the fighting ring, and of course in life. Also, check out Amy Adams as a take-no-sh*t bartender. Give her sass and she'll claw your eyes out. The Fighter steps into theaters December 10, 2010. Check out the trailer after the jump... The Fighter Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers


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Fox Searchlight has released the trailer for Conviction, another one of those inspirational true stories that scream "Academy Award nominations all-around!" Hilary Swank plays a "high school dropout who spent nearly two decades working as a single mother while putting herself through law school, tirelessly trying to beat the system and overturn her brother’s unjust murder conviction." I assume the brother didn't do the crime, but Sam Rockwell's playing him so you never know. Maybe we'll get one of those Primal Fear endings. Swank spends years of her life striving to free her brother, then the instant Rockwell steps out of the prison gates he screams, "I stabbed that b*tch in the eyes!" and kicks Hilary in the stomach before stealing her broken down Taurus. Yeah... That would be awesome. Conviction gets tossed into theaters October 15, 2010. Check out the Oscar bait trailer after the jump...


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