The MS. MARVEL Honest Trailer.

Honest Trailers didn’t rake MS. MARVEL too much over the coals, but did catch the fast character development and under-development of the villain. On the other hand, they did catch something about Damage Control that I hadn’t (the initials of the organization, and its agents). On the gripping hand, HT missed the chance to point out that the DDC once again demonstrates that Tony Stark is the cause of, and solution to, all of the MCU’s problems…

But they and I liked the show.


When they’re disappointed in a movie, Honest Trailers sometimes has a little bit of trouble getting the brutal/funny ratio right. I think that in DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS they managed it. At least, I laughed, and I liked the movie.

PS: I do agree with HT that EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE is definitely worth watching, by the way. It’s apparently odd how I can manage to like both of these films at the same time, and on their own terms. I suppose I just lack anything resembling consistent taste…


The UNCHARTED Honest Trailer.

Not gonna lie: I’ve waited on UNCHARTED until I saw what Honest Trailers had to say about it. It’s not so much that I agree with their takes as it is that their takes are consistent, which lets me apply a correction factor when using them as a benchmark. And I regret to say that… yeah, I’m probably not watching UNCHARTED anyway.

I know y’all are just ripped up about that. Inside, I mean. Tremble for the Republic! Tremble for Humankind!


The SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Honest Trailer.

I wanna push back a little on Honest Trailers: the studio did its level best to muddy the waters on the Big Reveal of SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. They did better than I thought they would on that front, too. Also note: there’s some big spoilers in this video. I assume everybody’s already seen it (it’s a fun flick), but You Have Been Warned.