I've had it with trailers. I've completely stopped watching any trailer for any movie that I know I'll see, like Thor, Transfomers, Green Lantern, you know the big movies that we all go see regardless of reviews. I'm not even kidding. I straight-up close my eyes, cover my ears and start humming when they begin the previews at the theater. People might think I'm weird, but oh well, maybe they like being spoiled and ultimately disappointed with their theatrical experiences. Sucks for them, I tell myself. I've had much better experiences at the movies this year simply by not watching any trailers. I had no expectations for Green Lantern, so ultimately I enjoyed it more than most even though I can agree to it's shortcomings. The problem is that they show you the whole movie on 2 minutes, and basically spoil any exciting revelation or money shot before you actually see the movie and can understand the context surrounding the clip they show you. So much anticipation leads to incredibly high expectations, which most movies fail to fulfill. Here are some examples... Terminator: Salvation. The trailer told us the big secret with Marcus. So where's the suspense? Where's the mystery? The whole scene with the magnetic land mines was made pointless because we already knew what was happening. 2012 All the money shots were in the trailer, leaving virtually nothing new to see when you actually watched the movie. What a waste of a ticket. Any comedy They show you all the funniest jokes, so that when you see the joke during the movie it's already old. Clash Of The Titans The Kraken was in the movie for just a few seconds longer (it felt) than his appearance in the trailer. All that money spent on creating that awesome creature and pimping it out in the trailers for what? 60 seconds on screen? Major Kraken blue balls. Just think if they showed us The Architect in the Matrix Reloaded trailer! How ruined that movie would have been. That scene took everything we knew and threw it out the window, and made that movie experience the best I've had. Why oh why can't studios leave anything for us to discover anymore? They're hurting us, and in return, themselves. p.s. Ok, I'll watch trailers for the Smurfs. I'll never watch that garbage, so there's an instance where a trailer won't hurt ME. p.p.s. Ok, maybe I'll watch the trailer for Zookeeper too. Lord knows I'll never pay to waste my time with a movie like that.