After seeing the thread about trailers we despise seeing before the movie, I felt it was only natural to have one about trailers we love seeing in front of movies. We're just talking about trailers from about November to now for movies that have either been just released, or are coming soon. Here are mine: "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind": This trailer is the one I like most right now. The more I see it, the more I want to see the actual movie. I especially love the use of the song "Mr. Blue Sky" by Electric Light Orchestra. I hope the final effort doesn't disappoint. "The Dreamers": The trailer for Bernardo Bertolucci's newest film is making me very interested in seeing it. It was attached to the film print of "The Cooler" I saw on Saturday, and I'm interested for what might be in store, even if it gets the dreaded NC-17 rating. "Lost in Translation": The heartbreak and happiness of the movie is all in that trailer, and it's all there without giving away the ending, something rare these days. it's a perfect trailer for a nearly flawless film. "Along Came Polly": I only like the trailer, and at this rate just barely after having seen the movie and walking away quite disappointed. Did I laugh? Yes. Did I feel the romance? No, and that was the main problem with the movie. 'Nuff said. I know there are more, but I can' think of anymore right now.