I promise that some more substantial output is on its way to Coleman's Corner in Cinema, but for this particular moment, I was just wondering if anyone else grows remarkably tired of seeing the same trailer for the same film over and over, ad infinitum, whenever one travels to the cinema.
I personally feel as though I have sustained a merciless barrage for Ang Lee's upcoming picture, Taking Woodstock. The same trailer... Over and over, and over and over. It is an annoying, cloying, faux-hip piece of work which apparently displays almost every major beat of the film (finally including imagery that would logically come near the film's conclusion). Not to mention, it features Liev Schreiber in drag yet again. Does anyone yell, "ARNOLD! ARNOLD!" at him as in the 1994 Christmas comedy Mixed Nuts? (Perhaps they squeal, "CLINT! CLINT!" to be more apropos to the time setting.)
I happen to not be an Ang Lee fan, and I was not looking forward to this film beforehand, but at this juncture I feel as though I have seen the film.
Natch, this is untrue, and one day I am sure I will sit down and view the film. However, I simply had to vent for a moment. And I am wondering if anyone else has felt this way about a particular trailer or, more likely, have encountered this troublesome scenario on more than one occasion.