I love films. It's really no secret. I've spent countless days in the past just sat watching any film I can get my hands on. But there's one thing that I detest about films; the trailers.
My problem isn't with regular trailers, it's with the trailers that paint a film to be something it isn't. There are hundreds of trailers that don't even brush the plotline of the film, and that really ticks me off. Evidently, there are some trailers that do exactly what they say on the tin, showing explosions, giant robots and scantily-clad Megan Foxes, and delivering explosions, giant robots and scantily-clad Megan Foxes
It runs along the same lines of someone changing the sleeve on a hardback to Dickens, when the actual novel is Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol. The premise is the same; why paint a film out to be something it's not? Surely if you're having to lie about what happens in your film you shouldn't really be producing it.
The moral of this story: Film-producers, stop lying about your films.
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