ByDaniel Miles, writer at Creators.co
I'm a London based film and TV critic who just wants a Dredd sequel

Whilst I’ve been spending this week trying to find instant classic/self indulgent mess By The Sea (No, seriously I can’t find it anywhere.) Not to mention ‘Doge the Star Wars reviews/spoilers/how much would the Death Star cost?’ It seems that quite a few trailers for next summer have been unleashed.

Next. Summer.

Jesus Christ people I could almost become a dad in that time!

I’m aware that pretty much all these films need to make at least half to a full billion to turn a profit and as such you need to get us excited ASAP but could you not have waited until March? Pretty please.

Anyway, having watched the latest trailers and realizing that I could very easily copy and paste what I thought about the Civil War trailer into every single one of them I thought instead I would just give you my overview of what each trailer seems to represent.

(Note, these are in no particular order)

Star Trek Beyond- Well I see somebody saw Guardians of the Galaxy

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them- This looks like a trailer to a new TV show where someone released loads of animals into the world and has to capture a new one every week.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2- *Film critic goes and cries quietly in the corner*

X-Men Apocalypse- Since when was Ivan ooze a Marvel villain?

Ice Age: Collision Course- Just…. Why?

Independence Day: Resurgence: Does a twenty year old War of the Worlds rip off really need a sequel? Especially one that looks as bland and generic as this?

The BFG- Does this film have a song about farting? No? Then it wont be as good as the 1989 version.

Did I miss any? I hope not. Eight months of Hype for each of these things.

I’m off to find a nice quiet cave on the dark side of Mars to get away from them.

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