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Published March 17, 2006 in Movie Trailers
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros
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With all of the anticipation around the release of the feature trailer for Mission: Impossible III it was easy to forget that we should expect a few other big trailers coming our way just in time for the release of V for Vendetta this weekend. Some films that were overlooked include Poseidon, Snakes on a Plane and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

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The teaser trailer for Snakes on a Plane came out a couple days back and, though I have now had a chance to watch the trailer a few times, I still don't know what to think of it. The first few times I watched the trailer I found myself laughing out loud at the concept and the overall look to the film. However, I am now wondering whether some of the overly CG snakes were for amusement or a characteristic about the film that can only be explained as sad.

Though the trailer is likely to miss for a lot of us, the film should still have a decent pull by the time it hits theatres in late summer. The film could even create a very profitable 'stupid' genre.

Check out the teaser for Snakes on a Plane by going HERE.

The trailer for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift only confirmed my fear that the franchise is hoping moviegoers are more interested in a film with cool action sequences and collisions than a good story. The main character, played by the kid from Friday Night Lights (Lucas Black), is an 'outsider' who races cars to feel like he is part of the in-group... or something like that. Along the way we encounter cars that drift, guns in hand, and head-on collisions. Cool! Well, not really.

Check out the trailer for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift over at Yahoo! Movies.

The best new trailer to pop up this week was for Warner Bros upcoming tentpole remake Poseidon. After giving us a teaser trailer and a Super Bowl spot that looked pretty good, Warner Bros has released a feature trailer that shows why exactly the film cost so much freakin' money. The trailer looks great and, though I still have my doubts, might give the film a chance of recovering its extended budget. To be completely honest, this new trailer alone has changed my opinion of Poseidon from 'could be worth seeing' to 'should be good.'

You can check out the new trailer for Poseidon in quicktime format.

Poseidon comes to theatres on May 12th 2006.

Stay tuned for updates.

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