Worth Watching - Mar 1: Mark Webber's Explicit Ills Trailer
Another actor who tried his hand at directing recently was Mark Webber, who both wrote and directed the urban drama Explicit Ills. The official trailer has been out for a while now, but I haven't featured it yet, and that's because I wasn't too big of a fan of the film. But as always, I still like to put up trailers like this because there may be a few of you who will be happy to have discovered this film. It's an indie that needs all of the support it can get and so if you actually enjoyed this trailer, make sure you go out and see it. However, I've already seen it once and that was more than enough. It tried and failed pretty bad, in my opinion.
Watch the official trailer for Mark Webber's Explicit Ills from YouTube:
Explicit Ills is both written and directed by first-time filmmaker and indie actor Mark Webber, most known for his performances in indie flicks like Broken Flowers and The Hottest State. The film is comprised of four interconnecting stories revolving around love, drugs and poverty in Philadelphia, where Webber grew up. This first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year and was eventually picked up by Peace Arch Entertainment for distribution. Explicit Ills will be arriving in limited theaters starting on March 6th.
is paul dano lookin for an oscar. first you guys show gigantic now this. he has to be the next big thing
Darrin on Mar 1, 2009
Conrad on Mar 1, 2009
omfg, that trailer made me cry, are there only geeks who like robots and superheros on this site?
TJ on Mar 1, 2009
this looks pretty good.
dan on Mar 1, 2009
Looks pretty good, but at the same time not that interesting, maybe it was just how the trailer was paced, but it seemed much longer than 1:59.
Ryan on Mar 1, 2009
Damn, this looks pretty awesome.
Adam on Mar 1, 2009
whatever..... Just another Please feel sorry for me because im to lazy to get off my a$$ and get a job movie.
dirk diggler on Mar 1, 2009
God, I saw this at CineVegas. I wanted to shoot myself in the face so I would never have to watch such meandering, self-indulgent crap again.
Tasha on Mar 2, 2009
Was this directed by Obama?
badmovie on Mar 2, 2009
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