Dec
18
2013

The “Welcome to Yesterday” trailer.

I know, I know: you’re saying to yourself Moe, it’s just another time travel movie.  Yes… and no.

That’s right.  It’s a Michael Bay time travel movie.  Which means that everything is just going to blow up and keep blowing up.  And if I’m following the trailer’s narrative properly, Michael Bay can justify it all by saying The mystical corrective mechanisms of Time itself, man.

It’s very exciting.

Moe Lane

6 Comments

  • BigGator5 says:

    Groundhog’s Day was great because it had a real character arc and the loop was never explained. The loop carried the character forward, but beyond that, the loop was inmatial. I know it wasn’t originally planned, but the movie asked what would you do if you can repeat the same day over and over again.
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    This looks great, but I fear there will be no character arc. Michael Bay isn’t known for the character study. I hope I’m dead wrong, because I have high hopes for this movie.

    • BigGator5 says:

      Ops, I’m sorry. I was confusing Welcome To Yesterday with The Edge Of Tomorrow. My bad.

    • JustDave says:

      Wait, are you saying good looking white 20-somethings indulging every narcissistic impulse that occurs to them is not a character arc?

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      I… I just don’t know what to think anymore, man.

      • BigGator5 says:

        I had just saw “The Edge Of Tomorrow” trailer and was confusing the two. Scrolled right pass the embeded trailer to make a comment (Note: RSS Reader I have doesn’t translate embeded videos). Hell, I do not even know if Michael Bay is involved in that one.
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        “Welcome To Yesterday” on the other hand, does look like it has a good character arc in the vain of Groundhog’s Day.

  • Spegen says:

    2 cute girls in rain with just bras on….I’m sorry what were you saying?

  • Luke says:

    Seriously, what percentage of time-travel stories ends with “creator of time travel goes back in time and kills himself before the creation”?

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