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Whistler -> RE: (14/12/2013 4:30:38 PM)


7eke -> RE: Yawn (15/12/2013 12:00:15 AM)

Wind your neck in son, there be masters at work here.

NateDrake007 -> RE: Ponderous, pretentious, boring as usual (15/12/2013 1:50:19 PM)

Since when did a Nolan film need rescuing on the basis of a two minute teaser trailer?

BelfastBoy -> RE: The way trailers should be..... (15/12/2013 2:45:37 PM)


ORIGINAL: umer_ejaz

If people are to honestly expect a two and a half minute trailer of Nolan showing some part of the movie, I think they've never seen what a trailer should be. Far too many times this year, studios have gone over board in showing us far too many things for a movie to which I've actually realized that they've gone and spoilt the movie for me.

This is a teaser trailer. It's not meant to show you on bits and pieces of the movie, it is meant to tease. That's why the word was invented.

For anyone to say that it looks boring as usual - maybe, and I do mean when I say this, that like above, make your predictions on whether or not it looks boring after you've seen the full trailer.....maybe then you won't be bored!!!

Good point - Pacific Rim and Life Of Pi are two in particular that gave away far too much of the pretty stuff in advance. As for Interstellar, I've no doubt it'll be fantastic, but a teaser at this stage is still pretty pointless if you're (presumably) not in a position to show anything substantial from the actual movie yet! We know it's coming a year from now, but if your preferred option is to recycle some old NASA newsreels, I think it's too soon. Compare, if only in the literal sense, with How To Train Your Dragon 2. Roughly a year away from release, DreamWorks gave us (apparently) an actual scene from the film!

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