The "Starring" for The Hunger Games, rather than puns on the cast, just lists off things that didn't make it into the film, including the actual hunger.
The Announcer's naming of Gale as "This much hotter guy" culminating in...
Announcer: I mean, I'm not gay. But I'd totally s**k Gale's d**k.
In The Dark Knight: "The bat device that inexplicably turns every Gotham City cell phone into a portable sonar radar, which downloads an infinite amount of data that's instantly transmitted wirelessly to Batman's eyes. Hhhmph, how is that possible? It takes me five minutes to download Angry Birds!"
Some of the things people ask the narrator to say in his epic voice. Classics include: "Tittie sprinkles", "They wanted to protect her ice cream, but the freezer refused to listen.", "Blobble!"
"Join me and together we can rule the ga!" - Apparently, the comment was cut off halfway through.
From the end of the Pacific Rim video. "I AM A BANANA."
Pointing out Christian Bale's eye wart in The Dark Knight. "Try not noticing that from here on out."
General Zod plans to annihilate humanity with the power. Of DUBSTEP!
"It's a bird! It's a plane! It's...coming right for us! Everybody run!"
The Running Gag with Twilight and stares, ultimately leading up to a video composed entirely of all the stares from the movies.
The Home Alone trailer says that Kevin shows all the signs of becoming a sociopath - like talking to himself, or trapping a pair of nonviolent criminals inside a sadistic world of torture straight out of Saw from which there is no escape, for his own amusement.
Then it calls Harry and Marv out on being oddly obsessed with one house that has almost nothing worth stealing.
Vegeta: So, wait Kaka-not wishes someone he just met back to life by the end of the movie, but he just lets the man who raised him from birth stay dead? Yeah, I can dig that.
The RoboCop (1987) trailer's best moment: "Robocop: A blantant Jesus metaphor who dies, gets resurrected, and walks on water. But instead of dying for our sins, this Jesus...shoots rapists...in the dick!"
"This trailer is rated 'R', because that's how you make a f*cking RoboCop movie!"
"The 80s, when movies were made for adults, and marketed towards children!" Cut to an 80s toy commercial for Robocop.
In the Gravity trailer, a scene showing Ryan's POV as she spins helplessly out of control is overlaid with jaunty carnival ride music, as the narrator comments that "you'll be on the edge of your seat...trying to hold in your barf."
"Ride along on an adventure where any lead character can die, whether you're Sean Bean, Sean Bean's wife, Sean Bean's best friend, Sean Bean's son, Sean Bean's daughter-in-law, Sean Bean's family dogs, or Sean Bean's unborn grandkid. All men must die...that are in anyway close to Sean Bean!"