Trailers are designed to grab your attention and get you excited about a given film. It's always interesting to see a trailer after having seen the feature to compare/contrast reactions. Usually the trailer no longer has the same fascination and excitement because having seen the movie, the surprises alluded to in the trailer are now known. I posted in this thread that my sole home theater ritual consists of watching the featured DVD's trailers/teasers before actually watching the movie. I do this to try to capture the wonder and excitement originally felt during the build up before the original theatrical run of the movie. Most times it doesn't work. The only trailer that I've come across that still grabs me despite the fact that I've seen the film dozens of times is for Oliver Stone's JFK. It gives nothing of the plot away and does a great job of building up the tension. Very well-edited trailer. Any other nominations for trailers with punch?