fripodding trailer trash part 1


Since this will appear to be a pretty long post, I’m doing everyone a favor by chopping it in half… sorta…

Today’s iPick is actually more “iPicks” since I’m going to list some of my favorite movie trailers. Once I got iSaac, I was happy to find that’s one more awesome thing it can do–play movie trailers. However, they must be the iPod version if you are at http://apple.com/trailers where I found the basis for my list. Sadly, not all of them can go on to iSaac, but that won’t get us down. Also, I can’t stream what’s on the Apple site. Maybe I could, but I’m not going to test those waters. And one more sad note, Apple/iTunes doesn’t have all the trailers I was looking for. But what iTunes didn’t have, YouTube did. And it worked both ways actually, some of the better versions of trailers iTunes had, and YouTube had no idea what I was talking about. So sad.

Before I start the list, I just want to note this isn’t what I intended to discuss, but thanks to the antics at Melissa’s Writing Forward comments area, I was inspired to post something that inspires me. And I’ll try to be as brief about it as I can, but I’m a total geek for movie trailers. I show up early for them, I watch them on the DVDs, I download them online. Imagine how excited I felt when I found out people make trailers for a living. Trust me, I haven’t cross that one off my list. What makes a trailer great to me is great use of music, great pieces of dialogue, cinematography, voice overs from the actual movie, or just getting a feel for what the movie is–especially if you’ve never seen or heard of the movie before. You will see one or some of these things in movies I’ve chosen and I’ll do a wee bit of a caption. Let’s get started!

As this trailer is awesome on it’s own, the one on iTunes I like a lot better. Plus this is a good introduction to what a trailer is… in case you didn’t know. Also, I love the teaser for this movie which is also on iTunes.

Speaking of teasers… What I love about this is the title’s transformations. I’m a sucker for graphics like that. And seeing in the theater is squeal inducing.

This trailer would’ve made me want to see this movie had I not seen the movie way before I saw the trailer. That happens sometimes when you flip through the channels and tune into something that just started. But still, if you haven’t seen this movie, maybe you are interested now?

Two words: eye candy.
I will say this, the movie isn’t the greatest, but its fun to watch the colors. I can’t help but get a little excited hearing the music though…

For some reason people either love it or hate it. But when the trailer came out, most people I talked to loved it… or at least the trailer. I’m a fan of both, and I think they have another version of the trailer… can’t remember, but I probably like that one too.

One of my favoritest movies. What I like about a trailer like this is even though it shows you some funny stuff, the funniest stuff has still yet to be revealed. It’s also the music.

To be honest, I don’t know a whole lot about this graphic novel this movie is based on, but I have until March to find out. Furthermore, there is another version of this trailer I like better, but I can’t find it on YouTube, it is on iTunes/Apple.com so check it out. The other trailer tells more of a story, still has the awesome music, and you can’t help but love the visuals.

So, you’ve seen a few of what I chose for my favorite picks for trailers, and this isn’t even the entire list. What are some of your favorites?

Posted in favorites, friday, internet, ipod, movie, youtube
2 comments on “fripodding trailer trash part 1
  1. Melissa Donovan says:

    Antics indeed! If I had more time in a week, I’d already have popped up a Heroes blog. That would be a lot of fun! YouTube’s acting up so I couldn’t watch all the trailers but it looks like you found some really good ones 😉

  2. t.sterling says:

    Yeah it would be fun! And tonight is the last Heroes this year… :o(… I don’t know what I’m going to do these next few Mondays. Hopefully YouTube works for you soon so when I post my next “trailer trash” you’ll see it. But don’t forget to go to apple.com/trailers to see the better versions!

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