Thursday, September 03, 2009

New trailer for THE ROAD

About a month and a half ago I read The Road by Cormac McArthy (who also wrote No Country for Old Men). The Road was easily one of the most engaging, empathetic and sympathetic works of literature that I have read in quite a long time. The film version opens on October 16th and stars Charlize Theron, Viggo Mortenson, Garret Dillahunt, Guy Pearce and Robert Duvall.

Here's the latest trailer for The Road...

There are five more clips from The Road up The Movie Rambler.

And if you haven't read it already, I cannot say enough how good a novel The Road is. You should be able to find it at most bookstores, on Amazon.com 'course and maybe even at your local "big box" store.

1 comment:

Lee Shelton IV said...

It was a very engaging book. I tend to be a slow reader, and I finished it in two afternoons. It did take me a while to get used to the lack of quotation marks and apostrophes. (Not really sure what the point of that was.) I'm looking forward to seeing how the movie interprets the story.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

New trailer for THE ROAD

About a month and a half ago I read The Road by Cormac McArthy (who also wrote No Country for Old Men). The Road was easily one of the most engaging, empathetic and sympathetic works of literature that I have read in quite a long time. The film version opens on October 16th and stars Charlize Theron, Viggo Mortenson, Garret Dillahunt, Guy Pearce and Robert Duvall.

Here's the latest trailer for The Road...

There are five more clips from The Road up The Movie Rambler.

And if you haven't read it already, I cannot say enough how good a novel The Road is. You should be able to find it at most bookstores, on Amazon.com 'course and maybe even at your local "big box" store.

1 comment:

Lee Shelton IV said...

It was a very engaging book. I tend to be a slow reader, and I finished it in two afternoons. It did take me a while to get used to the lack of quotation marks and apostrophes. (Not really sure what the point of that was.) I'm looking forward to seeing how the movie interprets the story.