From the YouTube channel Screen Junkies, who struggle hard to make their other videos as popular as these, comes a series that imagines what movie trailers would say if they were truthful, yet still narrated with an epic Don LaFontaine-esque voice. JAZZERCIZE. Sorry, just had to say it.
They describe movies with such Brutal Honesty that you wouldn't even want to watch it if you saw this trailer in theaters. Key targets will be excessive Plot Holes, strange characterization, obvious Product Placement, more plot holes, Special Effects Failure, even more plot holes, bewbs and the actors' stupid faces. Ah, but who are they kidding, often times they still love these movies.
Has a spin-off, which focuses on video games, called Honest Game Trailers (originally on Smosh Games before moving to Fandom Games in 2019) here. There was also Honest Trailer Anime (not to be confused with Honest Anime Trailers, a fan-made parody), which focused on anime. It was available on Screen Junkies Plus, but went away when that service was cancelled, and the episodes are now hard to come by.
In a world, where Honest Trailers incorporates so many tropes that it becomes too much for just one page, an index will be needed!
"Shrek is love, Shrek is life."
"I am a banana."
"Join me, and together we can rule the ga."
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
"I am a smelly butt-head who liked to wear dresses, and I poop."
"I'm all about that bass, 'bout that bass, 'bout that bass, no treble."
"Roses are red, violets are blue, I suck at poems, bewbs."
"I'm actually a deep-voiced woman."
"I used to be a narrator, until I took a — nope, not gonna say that."