I'm going to say that this is the last traditional outpouring of trailers on Tuesday. From now on, I'll be reporting on trailers as they come in. So lets take a look at our week old trailers that came before the madness and pen involved homicide of Comic Con. First is the WW2 mission flick, The Debt. For a film that I know probably won't be good, it sure looks pretty awesome. From this point, I have no idea what this film is about, but it's about a secret and a debt. This film could go either way, but I don't think it'll be considered for any Oscars come January.
Another film unlikely to be considered of Oscar quality is The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck. The film follows the unemployment of a group of people who try to work out their lives. People are speculating that this could be this year's Up in the Air, only because it deals with unemployment. This film looks like a boring shmaltzy mess of a film that doesn't look the least bit entertaining, which is what a film should be first and foremost. This film is acting like it's easy to get an Oscar, but that involves making a good film. This won't be.