Based Only On The Trailers, Which Of These 5 Movies Are You Most Likely To See?
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Based Only On The Trailers, Which Of These 5 Movies Are You Most Likely To See?

By Jodi Clager | Trailers | March 25, 2013 | Comments ()


World War Z




Pain & Gain

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  • Word War Z: sci fi movie, I'll probably see, but GOOD GOD I hope those are all the lines we have to hear from the shockingly annoying voice of that girl child.
    Riddick: sci fi, yeah I'll probably see it.
    Turbo: meh.
    Pain & Gain: Wahlberg and the Rock are surprisingly funny, might not bother with the theatre though.

    Epic: looks pretty, probably see it.

  • hippyherb

    World War Z

  • Zombie Wrangler

    The Lysol foam commercial displayed better depth of emotion and more eye popping conflict than the trailers.

  • Based solely on the trailers 'World War Z' first and foremost, followed by 'Riddick.'

  • catagisreading

    I will be watching Ferngully and saving myself the price of a ticket.

  • googergieger

    Vin Diesel still alive? I'll see it. Saw the other ones. I mean I won't see it in the movie theater. Or even at home. But my friends love watching that stuff and their house, and I'll be drunk anyways, so, yes, I do think they deserve to die! And I hope they burn in hell!

    I'm sorry, what was the question again?

  • Wealer

    Sans Turbo and Riddick I'd like to see all of these

    World War Z because I've never seen zombies with a driver ants motiff

    Pain & Gain because Bay is finally working with characters that are as dumb and shallow as the rest of his movies and I think that's a good thing.

    Then Epic because Christoph Waltz and it looks really pretty. Though whoever thought an animated children's action movie was begging for the voicework of Beyonce Knoweles or Pitbull is either crazy or stupid.

  • weetiger3

    World War Z is the only one of that bunch I'd see on the big screen.

  • BWeaves

    Ants vs Bugs
    Snails vs Slugs

  • BWeaves

    Based on the Trailer, I would have no interest in Pain & Gain.

    HOWEVER, I've read the news articles about the true story of the weight lifter doofuses who kidnap, torture and steal stuff from a rich guy, and I'm amazed that the trailer is so bad, because the true story is amazing.

  • The first trailer was much better (it's probably over at Apple) and right now it's my favorite trailer of the year tied with Much Ado About Nothing. That said, I'd be shocked if this movie is able to cover half the ground of the insanity that the real Sun Gym gang covered. It's a perfect use of Bay's talent though - can't wait to see it.

  • Arran

    You forgot the quote marks around "talent".

  • Nah. Name 5 directors not named Spielberg who are better at blowing shit up in slow motion. There is a place at my table for Michael Bay. Because I like to watch shit blow up in slow motion, you see.

  • BWeaves

    Epic looked cute until Beyonce showed up, and then I lost interest.

  • This times a million.

  • kilmo

    Ahh, "Turbo" looks cute. I even thought Usher's Smooth Move character was funny. Although, Ryan Reynolds' voice work was lacking by the end of trailer, weird.

  • toblerone

    1. NO
    2. NO
    3. NO
    4. NO
    5. NO

  • Puddin

    Pain and Gain. Because the story it is based upon is bat shit insane and I genuinely believe Michael Bay can pull it off.

  • anon

    Pain and Gain and Riddick.

  • Jezzer

    I can't pick a movie based on a trailer, because TRAILERS LIE.

    Although if the trailer at any point states, "A Film by Wes Anderson," I thank it for the warning, but I usually have already figured that part out by the soundtrack choices.

  • Even Stevens

    I cosign all of the above

  • Irina

    WWZ: the trailer is two and a half minutes long and I still can't figure out who the bad guys are. I know they must be the part of the population that has been contaminated by something but they can't be zombies cause they move too damn fast.
    Note: I know absolutely nothing about this movie or anything it's based on. So my impressions are for the trailer alone.

  • Lefty Mothersbaugh

    None. Are you kidding?

    Sweet Chocolate Christ, so much awful in one place. I need some air.

  • AudioSuede

    Is it shameful that I really want to see Riddick now?

  • Fabius_Maximus


  • DeistBrawler

    I love the first two films. I'm a sucker for low-rent sci-fi with big budgets.

  • NateMan

    All of them. But none of them in theaters.

  • VonnegutSlut

    Based on trailers alone, I'll tell ya what I WOULDN'T see: World War Z.

    And this is coming from someone who enjoyed the shit outta the novel. And who loves disaster/apocalypse movies. And enjoys zombie-related projects. So, if you can't get me excited, then you're pretty much screwed.

    I can just smell Brad Pitt's ennui through my computer screen. And those zombies continue to look like CGI from a fucking fan-made flick. It's just so not what I imagined while reading the book.

  • Jeff in Middletucky

    Okay, the fruit fly bit at the end of the EPIC trailer made me giggle more than a little bit.

  • carrie

    World war Z because i'm a zombie lover
    Pain and Gain because i feel it will be the Point Break of 10's

  • World War Z because zombies.
    Ridddick because Riddick.
    Pain and Gain because The Rock.

  • PuraPuma

    I had Turbo as no. 1 but I have to say Pain & Gain looks like fun. Plus... The Rock.

  • Matt N.

    EPIC! This movie looks incredible!

  • Tepes Voda


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