Disappointing right? Or maybe the problem is that we’re so used to these amazing trailers that this is just an average trailer and merely doesn’t match up to bigger bangs?
You might remember this was one of my 2014 Film I Was Most Excited About but since seeing this trailer and witnessing the awesomeness of Guardians of the Galaxy I’m not longer excited for Sin City. Myself and BeardMan have come to the conclusion that Frank Miller is dire as a director. I blame him, though BeardMan has yet to commit.
I know I’m being one of those idiots that judge a whole film based on the trailer, and I still fully intend to give the film it’s chance on the big screen, just with lower expectations. Also – I really hope Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s time in the trailer isn’t proportionate with his time in the film – as a massive JGL fan, this would disappoint me a great deal.
Sin City is released August 29th in the UK.
Go light a candle, use the scented ones for special occasions. Prepare for the biggest geekgasm of the year so far!
It was good right? If that doesn’t get you amped up for The Winter Soldier then you officially don’t have a pulse!
It’s a nice style for a comic book movie trailer. Lately we’ve seen these weird 5 minute previews of films where they take you through the whole plot, and this is kind of a different version of that. It gives you a continuous couple of minutes from the start of the film, just a little something to whet your appetite and then blasts you into some intense 2-3 second clips like a standard trailer.
I’m not sure I’m really a fan of seeing a whole 2 minutes of the film. Once I’ve seen the final product I’ll make a decision at that point as to whether it affects my enjoyment – but it definitely got me excited for the film, so from a marketing perspective it certainly does what it’s supposed to.
Deadgeek is still refusing to watch any comic book trailers but I know he is going to go nuts for this film.
Expect a review towards the end of the month for our thoughts.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is released March 28th in the UK.
This weekend you can play CoD: Ghosts multiplayer maps for free. I think we can safely say that a majority of people buy the CoD games first for the multiplayer and second for the single player. So this weekend, in an attempt to entice you into buying the game, you can blast the living Mr Hankey out of your mates.
There are three maps on offer – Strikezone, Warhawk and Prison Break.
So check it out this weekend from 10AM Friday 7th March.
Michael Bay’s latest attempt at making a decent Transformers movie has one thing going for it. It doesn’t feature the loathsome Sam Witwicky and (presumably) won’t feature his equally loathsome parents.
Other than that? Same old, same old. Seeing Grimlock is fun for about as long as this trailer shows him. Based on nothing but my cynicism I’d say he will have none of the character of the original Grimlock.
Mark Wahlberg’s always fun so there’s that.
Seriously does anyone care about these films? I haven’t met anyone who actually likes them. Who keeps giving Bay money?
Sit back and hold tight! This is one fantastic trailer! (Do yourself a favour and put it on full screen).
As with all the Arkham games the expectation is high – especially with Rocksteady back at the helm. Origins was a little flat, but Arkham Knight promises to beef up the action with the Batmobile along for the ride! It’s going to be hard to tell whether the game can top Origins before the game is actually released because the main complaint with Origins was that it was just more of the same – it just lacked that spark.
Bryan Singer has given us a short teaser for the up coming X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Read the rest of this entry
The first trailer didn’t interest me. At all. It was just some snippets of stuff where some stuff happened. MEH!
This trailer though, well, just look at this!!
Bryan Cranston voice over is enough to get excited about, but there’s more. Some peeks at Godzilla himself and even inside(?!?!) the mighty lizard! This trailer has pretty much sold me on the movie. I will gladly hand over £20 for that elusive iMax ticket.