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Softly, Softly – Trailer for the Trailer: A Quiet Place II!

As much as I’ve become tired of the trailer-for-the-trailer idea, December has now presented two that really worked for me – Bond 25, which took a frenetic bit of action approach and A Quiet Place II, which goes in exactly the opposite direction for a dazzling bit of gentle creepiness.

A Quiet Place II is set for March 20th. The first full-length trailer premieres on New Year’s Day.

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Dogfighting Trailer: Top Gun: Maverick!

Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell has been called back to duty – which comes as a complete surprise to him (‘I didn’t think I’d ever be invited back!’).

Now he’s teaching young aviators all his tricks – but there a good reason for that beyond the usual.

Top Gun: Maverick is slated to premiere in June.

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Gary’s Been Snailnapped! Trailer: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run!

SpongeBob Squarepants returns to the big screen to solve the greatest mystery in Bikini Bottom history: why would anybody kidnap SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail, Gary? So, it’s an epic quest to the Lost City of Atlantic City to find out.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the run will be in theaters on May 22nd.

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Terminator: Dark Fate, Not That Bad, Michelle’s Review Spoiler Free

Terminator: Dark Fate wants to pretend like the last 4 or 5 sequels to T2, I’ve lost count, didn’t happen. It brings back the greatness that is Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and uber god amongst men James Cameron and bring Tim Miller one of the brains behind the hugely popular Deadpool films on board to direct. On paper this movie should be a grand slam, how did it go so wrong? Headline is, despite how awful the marketing has been, it actually isn’t bad, but it’s not as great as it needs to be to revive this dead franchise and drag it into a new direction that will make audiences care again. At least it didn’t make me care, I don’t pretend to know what audiences want or like.

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