November 17, 2010 by Post Team
Your Highness, Since we’re big fans of virtually everyone involved, it is almost surprising that we have been cautious of the fantasy-comedy “Your Highness.” But the comedy of David Gordon Green’s previous studio, “Pineapple Express” as well from a home-run and delayed almost six months, call signs have begun to pile up until the film could be another expensive, indulgent misfire with Universal. However, our man on the floor of New York Comic-Con back to the images are present, calling it “excellent, funny [and] exciting,” and now the rest of us were able to catch up he spoke with the first widely available images from the film made its way onto the Internet in the form of a red-band trailer on IGN.
And the good news is, we fully agree: the extended clip of three years and a half-minute is one of the best trailers we’ve seen all year, and the film has skyrocketed up ‘to our list as expected for next year. Perhaps the most surprising thing is how high-quality production values appear Gordon Green have definitely stepped up a gear here, with the production and costume design, effects work and cinematography (collaborator Regular director Tim Orr) all appear in the top notch. Indeed, it seems more convincing than the recent disasters such as serious fantasy “Eragon” and “Percy Jackson”, no mean feat for what is essentially a comedy rather minor.
And yes, the comedy seem minor, but gloriously so it is more than a moment here that almost make us spit the wine through the nose (in particular the attempt by the evil wizard Justin Theroux to seduce virgin bride Zooey Deschanel ). Neither Danny nor McBride James Franco seems to stray too far from their comfort zone, but it’s not a bad thing and we’re actually quite impressed by their British accent and, in fact, most of these presentations.
In fact, not everything in nature McBride million miles from the types self-centered, he usually plays, he also clearly not a new round of Kenny Powers, and it does not look like he will be accountable for his comedy Franco-own the clearly playing the straight man, but up British comedy talent Rasmus Hardiker (best known for Steve Coogan’s ‘Saxondale’) seems likely to steal a few scenes, but not as much as Justin Theroux, whose wonky teeth wizard appears be a particular highlight. And Natalie Portman? Natalie Portman looks just badass.
The action also appears extremely impressive, and we would not be surprised if this saw Gordon Green move on some of these gift ideas endlessly circulating helmers whenever a major project just to win. It certainly will not be for everyone, and while its business prospects are still somewhat questionable, because what concerns us, this looks like a ton of fun and we are counting the days until his release April 8, 2011. Watch the trailer below, and click to IGN for an HD version.
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