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Some of you guys have the weirdest taste, it is just bizarre.

A cheesy Spiderman cartoon gets you hot and bothered but one of the best looking comic book/fantasy movies of the last few years is something we're supposed to deride? 

When the Aquaman trailer came out two months ago I was shocked by how good it was. That just looked and felt phenomenal.

This extended video sequence may not be that good but it's not bad at all. The film still looks very intriguing. Depends what you look for I guess.

This video wasn't necessary though. The trailer already showed so much, you know who the opponents will be and what the fight will be about, this just gave away more of the actual film.

On another note, Vice looks fantastic. Christian Bale proving why he's one of my five favorite living actors. What a great transformation and the way he plays it just really appeals.

Edited to add: Galveston looks good as well, as does The Mule. Star is Born with Brad Cooper as well.

Hadn't heard of The Border yet but that does look very interesting.

Also looks like removing MIchale Bay from Transformers is the blessing everyone knew it would be.

Those Transformers look like ones, for the first time.

Edited by Calibandar

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10 hours ago, Calibandar said:

 

A cheesy Spiderman cartoon gets you hot and bothered but one of the best looking comic book/fantasy movies of the last few years is something we're supposed to deride?  


I liked the original trailer fine, and though  as I say I didn't like this I've got enough trust in James Wan that I'm willing to believe it's just a badly chosen unfinished segment, but let's be honest, if you think Aquaman looks better than Into the Spider-Verse it's not our taste that's bizarre.

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8 minutes ago, polishgenius said:


I liked the original trailer fine, and though  as I say I didn't like this I've got enough trust in James Wan that I'm willing to believe it's just a badly chosen unfinished segment, but let's be honest, if you think Aquaman looks better than Into the Spider-Verse it's not our taste that's bizarre.

Indeed. 

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Looks good visually, the talent is promising, but I wish the teaser for a fantasy comedy featuring talents like Tennant and Sheen actually had something comedic going on. In particular, the Aziraphale - Crowley interactions they chose to highlight were ... not really amusing in any way. 

I fear like I've become very cantankerous and hard to please these days.

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Eh, not really taken by that sadly.

Kind of disappointed they didn't go with Peter Serafinowicz instead of Tennant. But Tennant will put bums in seats so I get it.

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Damn, that Spider-Man: Into the Spidey-Verse looks awesome. Reminds me a little of the Jack in the Box(es) from Astro City.  

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Bodied looks very interesting.


Given how heavily it's going to be compared to The Raid The Night Comes For Us has a lot to live up to. But it looks good.

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When I realized who Michael Pena might be playing, it hit me like a sledgehammer. I don't even want to look it up to verify it.

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13 minutes ago, WarGalley said:

When I realized who Michael Pena might be playing, it hit me like a sledgehammer. I don't even want to look it up to verify it.

What am I missing here? 

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6 minutes ago, Nictarion said:

What am I missing here? 

I verified it..  I'll spoiler it for those who don't know who he was in real life.

Spoiler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiki_Camarena

 

In 1984, acting on information from Camarena, 450 Mexican soldiers backed by helicopters destroyed a 1,000-hectare (2,500-acre) marijuana plantation with an estimated annual production of $8 billion known as "Rancho Búfalo".[3][4] Camarena, who had been identified as the source of the leak, was abducted in broad daylight on February 7, 1985, by corrupt police officers working for drug lord Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo. Camarena was tortured at Gallardo's ranch over a 30-hour period, then murdered. His skull, jaw, nose, cheekbones and windpipe were crushed, his ribs were broken, and a hole was drilled into his head with a power drill. He had been injected with amphetamines and other drugs, most likely to ensure that he remained conscious while being tortured.[5] Camarena's body was found in a rural area outside the small town of La Angostura, in the state of Michoacán, on March 5, 1985.

 

 

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Not technically a trailer, but this music video from Post Malone & Swae Lee x features new footage from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Still looking amazing, and it made me realize that the whole film has a pseudo four-color print effect going on which I didn't really process in the trailers. Makes me even more impressed with how it looks.

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A new Alita: Battle Angel trailer. Have to say, this one actually got me way more interested than the first:

 

 

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