This Week in Movie Trailers!


by Lyle Smith

Hey folks! Welcome to a post-spooky edition of This Week in Movie Trailers!

Did everyone have a good Halloween? Did you dress up as a sexy librarian? What about a Viking costume made entirely out of cardboard beer boxes? Or how about an Internet Meme? Bane?!?

Anyway, focus! We have a movie article to get on with!

We certainly have at least one big release this week, which stars the dreamy Patrick Stewart. So let’s get to it!

LEGO: The Movie

Hey, who doesn’t like LEGO? I grew up on the stuff myself and this movie seems to capture, at least visually, the essence of it. Speaking of the visuals, I absolutely LOVE the fact that they made it look like actual stop motion with actual LEGO. Good on them! Not sure about the jokes and humor yet, but I definitely want to check this out.

The Quiet Ones

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Hmm, not too sure about this one. I’m one of those people who loves horror movies but doesn’t find the ones with ghost-children scary; I just can’t take them as serious threat. Anyway, I’m not sure if this movie falls in that category–since what was revealed was pretty vague–but it kind of seems like it. I guess I’ll have to wait for a full trailer before making further judgment.

Labor Day

Stockholm syndrome is living the dream in this trailer, folks! Seems like a good cast and probably has some great performances; however, I’m too afraid that I will fall in love with this movie if it kidnaps me and I might never want to leave!

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Ugh, well every single joke in this trailer fell flat.  I don’t even think children would have found them funny to children. Also, does anyone else think the voice of Peabody just seemed a little … off? I guess he is a talking dog. I never did see the cartoon which the movie is based off, but I do remember commercials for the show and not having the slightest of interest in it as a boy. Anyway, let’s move on!

Police Story

What an oddly edited trailer!

I guess this is a reboot of the 1985 movie, which also starred Jackie Chan? You don’t see that too often but I think it’s rather impressive that the man can star in the same action role as he did 28 years ago. That’s a long time for someone to age and a long time for someone to have a lot of wear on their body. But this is Jackie Chan we’re talking about, so it’s not very surprising; that man can do anything. This film probably won’t be hitting my theatres (or maybe it will get a North American release?), but I do want to see this!

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Well, here’s the biggy for the week! After watching this trailer, I decided to check out the comment sections of several movie websites and unsurprisingly a ton of people were complaining about how there was no action, that it looks boring,  and Hugh Jackman is a crappy Wolverine because he’s not short, he’s too sexy, and doesn’t wear a mask, blah blah blah. Chill out, nerds! (Disclaimer: I am a nerd). This movie looks great, in my opinion. The franchise really needed a refreshing boost and it looks like this one will be epic enough to do so. It will also be interesting to see where they take X-Men after this. Maybe the moon?!

What are you looking forward to the most?

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  1. The people that think the X-Men trailer is boring are the same people that think the Xbox only has Call of Duty and that Michael Bay is the only good action film director. While I was very surprised they went with such a somber tone, I’m really glad that they did. It’s something different and not just another over-the-top action spectacle.

    I’m really excited to see Bryan Singer using the cast of First Class(which was one of my favorite X-Men casts) in a way that really seems to not just raise the stakes without it being all explosions and over-the-top set pieces, but also seems more personal and character focused.

    I normally try not to get too excited for movies but for Days of Future Past I’m cautiously optimistic.

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