History Quotes / TrailersAlwaysSpoil

18th Jul '16 1:49:51 AM PaulA
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->''Showing the Kraken in the ''ClashOfTheTitans'' trailer is like asking a girl out with your dick hanging out.''

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->''Showing the Kraken in the ''ClashOfTheTitans'' ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|2010}}'' trailer is like asking a girl out with your dick hanging out.''
17th Jun '16 7:49:41 PM nombretomado
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-->-- [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MFtl2XXnUc "The Gift Shop Sketch"]], ''ThatMitchellAndWebbLook''

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-->-- [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MFtl2XXnUc "The Gift Shop Sketch"]], ''ThatMitchellAndWebbLook''
''Series/ThatMitchellAndWebbLook''
7th Mar '16 7:19:38 AM Maxiboy136
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->The thing with ''Leap Year'' is this - we saw it yesterday, although I actually really saw it several weeks ago when I saw the trailer. [...] And I made a note of it, that took us up to one hour and 17 minutes into the movie, which clocks in at just over 90. So the trailer left 12 minutes of the movie unknown. Blimey, I didn't expect the nuclear strike that happens in the last 12 minutes.

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->The thing with ''Leap Year'' is this - we saw it yesterday, although I actually really saw it several weeks ago when I saw the trailer. [...] And I made a note of it, that took us up to one hour and 17 minutes into the movie, which clocks in at just over 90. So the trailer left 12 minutes of the movie unknown. Blimey, I didn't expect the nuclear strike that happens in the that last 12 minutes.
7th Mar '16 7:17:46 AM Maxiboy136
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->The thing with ''Leap Year'' is this - we saw it yesterday, although I actually really saw it several weeks ago when I saw the trailer. [...] And I made a note of it, that took us up to one hour and 17 minutes into the movie, which clocks in at just over 90. So the trailer left 12 minutes of the movie unknown. Blimey, I didn't expect the nuclear strike that happens in the last 12 minutes.
-->--'''Creator/MarkKermode''' on ''Film/LeapYear''
16th Jan '16 4:10:38 AM Anddrix
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->If you donít want to actually sit through this film, just watch the trailer. Itís a microcosm of the actual film. Itís the damn Cliff Notes. It seemingly just leaves out the very end ([[CaptainObviousReveal wins the fight, gets his daughter back]] Iím guessing?). Why does Hollywood assume that [[ViewersAreMorons weíre all slack-jawed hammerheads]] who need everything spoon fed to us? Hey, I sort of understood ''{{Film/Interstellar}}''! I know things! Iím learned and patient enough not to need the movie explained to me so Iíll go see the movie! And so are many others, Iím sure. Hollywoodís the worst.

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->If you donít want to actually sit through this film, just watch the trailer. Itís a microcosm of the actual film. Itís the damn Cliff Notes. It seemingly just leaves out the very end ([[CaptainObviousReveal wins the fight, gets his daughter back]] Iím guessing?). Why does Hollywood assume that [[ViewersAreMorons weíre all slack-jawed hammerheads]] hammerheads who need everything spoon fed to us? Hey, I sort of understood ''{{Film/Interstellar}}''! I know things! Iím learned and patient enough not to need the movie explained to me so Iíll go see the movie! And so are many others, Iím sure. Hollywoodís the worst.
30th Aug '15 6:37:05 PM nombretomado
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-->-- MST3K on the ''[[TransformersFilmSeries Transformers]]'' Trailer [[http://ARNie00.deviantart.com/art/Transformers-MST3K-redux-3-46376881]]

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-->-- MST3K [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] on the ''[[TransformersFilmSeries Transformers]]'' Trailer [[http://ARNie00.deviantart.com/art/Transformers-MST3K-redux-3-46376881]]
11th Apr '15 1:39:11 PM johnnyfog
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On the whole, this short-coming is partly the fault of marketing -- all the advance clips and stills and whatnot that prevent the device of dramatic surprise from ever getting to work its magic on its audience. We see Welling and Hartley act as though Clark and Oliver are surprised at the revelation of Zod's presence, but much of the real drama we could have enjoyed is lost because we all knew it was coming and, what's more, we'd known about it for days (if not weeks). I'd even go so far as to call it tragic in this case especially because using Zod, in what is at root a [[{{Padding}} filler episode]] to serve what is at best a supplemental function, would otherwise have been a real surprise.

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On the whole, this short-coming is partly the fault of marketing -- all the advance clips and stills and whatnot that prevent the device of dramatic surprise from ever getting to work its magic on its audience. We see Welling and Hartley act as though Clark and Oliver are surprised at the revelation of Zod's presence, but much of the real drama we could have enjoyed is lost because we all knew it was coming and, what's more, we'd known about it for days (if not weeks). I'd even go so far as to call it tragic in this case especially because using Zod, in what is at root a [[{{Padding}} [[PanderingToTheBase filler episode]] to serve what is at best a supplemental function, would otherwise have been a real surprise.
11th Apr '15 1:38:13 PM johnnyfog
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-->--'''Jabootu''' [[http://www.jabootu.com/s4.htm on]] ''Film/SupermanIII''

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-->--'''Jabootu''' -->--'''''Jabootu''''' [[http://www.jabootu.com/s4.htm on]] ''Film/SupermanIII''


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->What ''Smallville'' tends to get right above all else is casting, principal and supporting roles alike. So it is (and was before) with Callum Blue as Zod, returning in "Dominion"...the attempt to exploit any available mystery around Zod's role as Clark and Oliver's Phantom Zone captor (cf. the [[DramaticUnmask slow lifting of Zod's shrouded head]] at the moment of revelation) simply exposes what ''Smallville'' tends not to get so right: [[ExcusePlot illogically building plots ]] on the ragged edges of inconsistent character behaviors and motivations.\\\
On the whole, this short-coming is partly the fault of marketing -- all the advance clips and stills and whatnot that prevent the device of dramatic surprise from ever getting to work its magic on its audience. We see Welling and Hartley act as though Clark and Oliver are surprised at the revelation of Zod's presence, but much of the real drama we could have enjoyed is lost because we all knew it was coming and, what's more, we'd known about it for days (if not weeks). I'd even go so far as to call it tragic in this case especially because using Zod, in what is at root a [[{{Padding}} filler episode]] to serve what is at best a supplemental function, would otherwise have been a real surprise.
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep19 Marc Pritchard]]''' on ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Dominion"
28th Mar '15 1:21:13 AM johnnyfog
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->''"On a side note, this was the first film I remember having one of those incredibly long, plot-blowing coming attraction trailers. Sitting with a group of pals, my friend Andrew Muchoney and I exchanged dropped-jaws looks when a bit from what was obviously the end of the movie was shown. How naïve we were. Now 80% of trailers are like that."''

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->''"On a side note, this was the first film I remember having one of those incredibly long, plot-blowing coming attraction trailers. Sitting ->Sitting with a group of pals, my friend Andrew Muchoney and I exchanged dropped-jaws looks when a bit from what was obviously the end of the movie was shown. How naïve we were. Now 80% of trailers are like that."''



->''"Hereís the trailer for Disneyís live-action ''Cinderella'' and itís pretty much the cartoon acted about by humans, CGI mice and wigs. It looks like they didnít change a thing. Kenneth Branagh, who directed this, coughed up an exact adaptation and he also crammed in as many actors from ''Series/GameOfThrones'' and ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' as possible. Just when ''Cinderella'' couldnít take one more actor from ''[=GoT=]'' or ''Downton Abbey'', he shoved one more in there. (And yes, [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre I just realized what I typed]]) ...this trailer is the movie on speed. They give everything away. You almost donít need to spend $45 and a kidney (or however much a movie ticket is these days) to sip canned wine from a paper bag in a darkened theater while surrounded by a bunch of brats and their parents loudly talking at the screen. The trailer shows you the whole movie!"''

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->''"Hereís the trailer for Disneyís live-action ''Cinderella'' and itís pretty much the cartoon acted about by humans, CGI mice and wigs. It looks like they didnít change a thing. Kenneth Branagh, who directed this, coughed up an exact adaptation and he also crammed in as many actors from ''Series/GameOfThrones'' and ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' as possible. Just when ''Cinderella'' couldnít take one more actor from ''[=GoT=]'' or ''Downton Abbey'', he shoved one more in there. (And yes, [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre I just realized what I typed]]) ...this trailer is the movie on speed. They give everything away. You ->You almost donít need to spend $45 and a kidney (or however much a movie ticket is these days) to sip canned wine from a paper bag in a darkened theater while surrounded by a bunch of brats and their parents loudly talking at the screen. The trailer shows you the whole movie!"''movie!



->"...But this is just the beginning, as Batman uncovers signs of a dangerous ''new'' villain unlike anything Gotham has ever-- '''[[HijackedByGanon IT'S THE JOKER]]''', alright?! And since his face is all over the fucking posters, I spoil that with no shame whatsoever."

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->"...But ->If you donít want to actually sit through this is film, just watch the beginning, as Batman trailer. Itís a microcosm of the actual film. Itís the damn Cliff Notes. It seemingly just leaves out the very end ([[CaptainObviousReveal wins the fight, gets his daughter back]] Iím guessing?). Why does Hollywood assume that [[ViewersAreMorons weíre all slack-jawed hammerheads]] who need everything spoon fed to us? Hey, I sort of understood ''{{Film/Interstellar}}''! I know things! Iím learned and patient enough not to need the movie explained to me so Iíll go see the movie! And so are many others, Iím sure. Hollywoodís the worst.
-->--'''[[http://dlisted.com/2015/03/27/the-trailer-for-50-cents-new-flick-it-out-i-think-jake-gyllenhaals-in-it-too/ J. Jarvey]]'''

->Batman
uncovers signs of a dangerous ''new'' villain unlike anything Gotham has ever-- '''[[HijackedByGanon '''''[[HijackedByGanon IT'S THE JOKER]]''', alright?! JOKER]]''''', alright?!\\\
And since his face is all over the fucking posters, I spoil that with no shame whatsoever."



->My first response when somebody doesn't get a ''Hudsucker'' reference is to say, "Just see the movie." There's one big problem with that, however....its only DVD release was way back in 1999, in a lousy snapper case, on a despised flipper disc, with no bonus features other than "Interactive Menus" and "Scene Access." To make things worse, Warner Bros. placed a big spoiler for the film on the front cover.\\\
Sooo....if you get it yourself, you're going to know the big twist before you start to play it, meaning I might as well spoil the whole thing for you right here. If you can find a way to see the film without seeing its own cover, then do so right away....otherwise, read on.
->--'''[[PlatypusComix Peter Paltridge]]''' [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/hollywood/dingus.html reviews]] ''TheHudsuckerProxy''
23rd Dec '14 7:07:54 PM nombretomado
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'''Crow T Robot''': No, that was ''TheIsland'''s secret."

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'''Crow T Robot''': No, that was ''TheIsland'''s ''Film/TheIsland'''s secret."
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