Lmnolmnop25 karma2020-03-25 15:10:25 UTC
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Lmnolmnop2 karma2019-12-06 19:57:39 UTC
My "issue" with trailers is that they just give away the movie or the "twist", right off the bat.
For example, the moment I saw the trailer for Knives Out, I knew exactly who the culprit was going to be.
This could have been due to the movie's cast or maybe the story/movie, itself, but it still occurs.
Or some trailers, like the Batman v Superman trailers will literally tell the entire story,
in order, and the film feels like a re-watch the first time seeing it.
My question is, Do you see any practical ways around this?
Should they omit surprise characters, or maybe just give a clip of the movie?
What would you suggest?
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