[Movies] The Upcoming Movies Trailer Thread

That Ghostbusters trailer looks all wrong. They got the car completely wrong (it's supposed to be a 1929 Whippet!), no talking skull phone, no pink bat, and not a single hint of a gorilla.

Some day, the REAL Ghostbusters will get some respect.
 
Definitely not interested in "people are the real monsters." We've had 10 years of The Walking Dead already.
 

Dave

Staff member
I had no want or need to see anymore Marvel movies...but this looks actually decent. And it's not a "world threatening" thing.
 
Extra points for incorporating Rachmaninoff.



I did not reverse the trailer to find out what is in the backmasked speech, though.

--Patrick
 
A Fistful of Credits


...ok not really, but it felt weird putting this in the Disney or TV threads.

--Patrick
 
This is a personal milestone as I'm pretty sure it's the first remake of a movie I saw in theaters.
 
TIL (yesterday, really) that there’s a sequel to Coming to America being released, maybe as early as this summer, called “Coming 2 America.”

And also that this guy...
...turned sixty-four last week.

—Patrick
 
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Making me feel old!

This actually reminded me of an info-graph that Mark Hamil in TFA is actually older (64) then Alec Guinness when he was in the original Star Wars. (63) and that kind of blew my mind a little.
 
"From the writers, producers, and director of Searching."

FUCKING SOLD. If the trailer had led with that, I wouldn't have even needed to watch it.

 

figmentPez

Staff member
Resistance (WW2 film about the life of Marcel Marceau, starring Jesse Eisenberg)
 

Dave

Staff member
Wow! I had no idea of his history. I only knew him as a performer. This one might be worth a watch even if I despise Jesse Eisenberg.
 

figmentPez

Staff member
I hate this trailer.


This is every cliche I hate about parenting, generation gaps, technology, etc. I want this movie to die in a fire.
 
3D models and somesort of 2D eyes? Weird but interesting.
Story is nothing new. A typical father can't deal with his kids grow up story. But it would be interesting to see a wholesome animated movie again. And then the trailer reached the midpoint and lost me with the robot bullshit.

Also the daughter was born around 2000-2002. Why is the dad written like a dad from the 80s?

Man, this trailer feels like somebody took the National Lampoon's Vacation movies, the plot of both Goofy Movies and accidently put some of the Will Smith I Robot movie into the script. (or the one Futurama episode)
 
somebody took the National Lampoon's Vacation movies, the plot of both Goofy Movies and accidently put some of the Will Smith I Robot movie into the script. (or the one Futurama episode)
Glad I’m not the only one that got a Griswold vibe.

—Patrick
 
Also the daughter was born around 2000-2002. Why is the dad written like a dad from the 80s?
Because millennials.

And I say that as one of them. But this to me looks like millennials failing to grasp that times change.

Their idea of a parent is the boomer generation of parents they grew up with, but their idea of a kid is generation z. (That gen z kids actually typically have gen x or older millennial parents doesn't occur to them.)
 
I was kind of into the idea until the sudden twist with robots suddenly came in. It's like it's a trailer for two entirely different movies. But...I don't know. My intuition is saying this might be a surprise fun movie.
 
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