New Movie Trailers 

Well, we’ve got a new batch of trailers, for movies some of us have already decided we will, or won’t see. As per usual, the  more trailers I watch, for some movie I was highly enthusiastic about six months ago, the less I want to see it. I think trailers are specifically designed to make you hate a movie before you see it, and you should probably just keep your trailer watching to a minimum. Well, probably I should.

Except, from time to time, there is that rare trailer that makes you more excited to see the movie.

 
The Mummy:

I’m still not sure how I feel about this movie, except to say Tom is starting to look a bit worn. Apparently, this isn’t just a remake but, like the Ghostbusters, a re-imagining. Well, the special effects indeed look special, and there’s Russell Exposition, to give us the lowdown.

 
War for the Planet of the Apes:

I had no intention of seeing this movie, after all, I haven’t seen any of the previous ones. I have a friend who is really enthusiastic about this series, but I was put off by the animal abuse, in the first film. I get the point of these movies (slavery allegories don’t excite me) but I couldn’t get past the animal abuse. It bothered me for several days afterward, and I decided I wouldn’t watch any of the movies, not having finished the first one.

 
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Well, it’s still really really pretty. I love movies, but it’s both a blessing, and a curse. Sometimes, I just get tired of looking at white ppl have incredible adventures in movies.  (At such moments you gotta break out the Japanese anime, or Chinese action movies.)

 
Alien: Covenant

The more I see of this movie, the less I want the to see it. I love the Alien movies, but I have no intention of  seeing this.

 
Spiderman Homecoming

Well, this is the rare movie, that I still want to see, after having watched several trailers. I still love little Tom Holland, no matter how mad the children on Tumblr might be about him.



Deadpool 2

I may or may not see this movie. I’m a little dubious about  the humor in this scene, but the first movie had some nice, funny, surprises, so I’m still game.

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10 thoughts on “New Movie Trailers 

  1. From all of the above looking forward to Valerian and the City of Thousand Planets. I just love Luc Besson and am curious to see what he has done with the next big-scale sci-fi adventure after the Fifth Element!

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  2. Ugh, the mummy just looks bad. And Alien: Covenant looks like it’ll be exactly like the original alien and Prometheus but this time with couples (-_-) All the rest look pretty cool though. I’m curious, have you seen Dawn (of the planet of the apes)? Cause it has more human abuse in it than animal. It’s pretty good!

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    1. No, haven’t watched Dawn. I lost interest in the series, after the first movie. I suppose I’ll get around to watching it on TV like I did The Hobbit series, but for now, I’ll wait.

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    2. I don’t know what to think of The Mummy, even though I like Tom Cruise. I think I’ll just watch the Brendan Fraser version again.

      I think Tom should star in his own version of John Wick. I could see his action chops in Collateral, which I loved. If he starred as that guy in his own movie, I’d watch that.

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      1. myfaketvboyfriend

        The Brendan Fraser version is good! I think Toms version is different from what I saw-looking forward to it. He doenst need to do John Wick he has Jack Reacher!

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  3. myfaketvboyfriend

    The Mummy looks good. Tom is aging but he still looks good and believeable. I just think its time to start leaving his shirt on lol

    Alien:Covenant is the one after Prometheous right? I have to see it as I love the Alien movies.

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