50 Worst Movie Trailers

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    • FBMRichardson

      Apr 3rd 2013, 7:58

      So, basically, you've picked 50 s**t films and funnily enough they have s**t trailers. WOW!

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    • martrj

      Apr 3rd 2013, 11:41

      Distinct lack of Gooby: watch?v=-NNNshTYcFs

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    • 2Dglasses

      Apr 3rd 2013, 11:54

      And yet i probably find them better than most trailers now, which seem determined to show all major scenes in a film, including usually the ending, and are all a series of 3 second clips with fade to black/flashes in between. World war Z for example. Also the new Star Trek.

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    • FBAPedersen

      Apr 3rd 2013, 12:20

      Completely agree with FBMRichardson here: You people have too much time on your hands. 50 films that nobody in their right mind would ever consider seeing...

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    • SteveMcc

      Apr 3rd 2013, 13:40

      The Anaconda 4 trailer made me laugh more than most recent comedies! And totally agree with FBMRichardson it would have made a much better list if you had chosen films that were bad for reasons as 2Dglasses said, they give too much away, have bad CGI or something. Not just bad films that will most likely have bad trailers

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    • simonosborne

      Apr 5th 2013, 10:09

      What? No TROMA films here? I'd have thought the trailer for Sgt Kabukiman NYPD should have made top 10!

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    • dancarmody

      Apr 5th 2013, 15:50

      two words. Sand Sharks

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    • BlueBeing

      Apr 5th 2013, 17:09

      I'm also very disappointed with this list... Basically, you've randomly picked 50 horrible movies and listed their trailers. I was expecting a list of trailers who are bad because they misrepresent the movie, or are poorly crafted, or tell the whole story and spoils us the entertainment of watching the itself (hint: the Carrie (2013) trailer).

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