One film involves our latest model Olsen and a close-knit, often-sexual cult; the other, more provocative film involves cat genitalia and prison rape. Both now have motion posters to tempt you with their entrancing repetitive motion.
See the respective moving posters for Antonio Banderas Cat and Martha Marcy May Marlene here and here, but please, do not write them off as banner ads, because they definitely aren't. If you think every slender, moving, internet-based product promotion is a banner ad, well, your mind is pretty closed off, friend. You could have watched a CGI cat in some clothes repeat the same brief animation over and over, and now, you'll never enjoy that. I feel sorry for you.
First came the cat taint shots, then the brutal rape jokes; now DreamWorks pushes even harder for you to have an disturbing, automatic sexual response to Antonio Banderas Cat with a new promo that isn't so much a trailer as an explicit command to check out how this Puss in Boot... / Continue →
From Moviefone, here's the latest Cars 2 poster, an image that cleverly hides the Italian cars and "rich business cars past their prime" Pixar stole from some guy but shows off the obnoxiously off-kilter eyebrows and grins they have on loan from DreamWorks. Those weren't cheap,... / Continue →
He can't even resist eating the lens flare-adorned number "2"! Man, is this character probably severely depressed and likely to die at an early age or what?
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