I had to stop at 0:43 because my kids are in school right now. My God. Oh, my God, Honest Trailers didn’t even get past the opening before they started bringing the thunder.

I’d say this was really, really helpful when it came to letting me decide whether or not to pay to see RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, except that I already had made that call. It did validate my decision to wait, though. Although I might have still gone to see it in theaters if we still had those where I am.

The WANDAVISION Honest Trailer. (Spoilers)

Something odd about this WANDAVISION Honest Trailer: did they dislike it, or like it? They obviously didn’t love it, but some of the punches seemed like they had been pulled, a little. Like they were trying to make it look like they were being rough on the flick, while letting the show down easy.

Or maybe not. I might be imagining it. Heavy spoilers in the video, by the way.


I’m not exactly sure why. Apparently THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION made the top of some list? Anyway: it’s a good movie and Honest Trailers didn’t feel the urge to rip it apart too much. I’m disappointed they didn’t bring in Morgan Freeman to do the narration, but you know what they say: when you start out, nobody knows to pay you your worth – but when you’ve proved your worth, nobody can afford to pay it. :chuckle: I guess that’s just the way it is, in this busy world of ours…

.reliarT tsenoH TENET ehT

I liked TENET more than Honest Trailers did. Which is to say, I liked TENET. But even I will admit that I’ll have to watch it a couple more times with subtitles on before I can figure out what the hell was going on in that film.

So why did I like it? Because it was trying to say something, and I react well to that sort of thing when it’s coupled with this level of SFX magic. Besides, I saw it in the theater. I miss theaters.