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I am not anal about spoilers, except in the rare Crying Game type situation. I don't consider plot details to be a spoiler. In fact, I'm one of those people who wants to be fairly warned what I'm in for. Methinks they actually want the extra time to sell more ads. If their hearts are pure, and they're really worried about how much time is being taken up on the screen ahead of the actual movie, the theatre owners might consider dropping some of the commercials they inflict on us. Yes, a trailer is an ad too. But in a theatre, I'd rather see an ad for a movie than for Nike or Coke or a cellphone service provider. It happens that I did a feature on trailers a few years ago, and toured some of the top production houses (they even have their own awards). The producers are filmmakers in their own right, talented and ingenious given what little they often have to work with (like, say, a dearth of soundtrack music, which is the last thing that gets added to a movie). But the thing is, I also "got" that their talent includes making bad films look good. The longer the trailer, though, the harder it is to keep up the fa I have saved a lot of money over the years after watching a lengthy trailer, reading between the lines as needed, and deciding, "Well, I've seen enough of that one to make an educated consumer decision." If the movie is ostensibly a comedy, and the trailer can't make you laugh once boom! That's $14 you can put to better use. A public service if ever there was one. The best trailers are fun and fast moving. They skip all the lulls. In Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez's Grindhouse, the made up trailers were the best part. Indeed, there've been whole movies made up of nothing but including the cheap but funny doc It Came From Hollywood, in which John Candy and Dan Aykroyd dissected the history of '50s B movies through their trailers. In fact, if you're going to complain about some part of the theatregoing experience being "too long," how about the movies themselves? Shaving 20 seconds off a trailer for Transformers 4 wouldn't make a difference in most of our lives. But shaving a half hour off the movie itself would free you up to do something worthwhile with your newfound time. LIZ BRAUN, QMI Agency Is there anyone who doesn't love movie trailers? Well, me, actually. And I suspect I'm not alone. Like Slotek, I used to love the mini movies that played at the beginning of the main attraction, but that romance ended about a decade ago with the trailers for two movies: Enough and What Lies Beneath. One of the best parts of working on the entertainment beat is the chance to see films without any preamble or preconceived notions. The less you know about most movies, the better, but for the majority of viewers that's almost impossible, now that the Internet has made everybody a critic. It has always been a rare privilege to see a movie before anyone has even hinted about what it involves, because then every twist and turn is fresh, new, unanticipated. Plot details are spoilers, to some extent. It's better to know less, not more, up front. Statistically, alas, the majority of people do want to know, and that's why trailers are as detailed as they are. Most people want the known quantity. They won't go to a movie unless it's familiar in some way, which may explain why every putrid romantic comedy is exactly like the last putrid romantic comedy. Trailers and TV ads fill in those elusive consumer gaps. Trailer oversharing is a symptom of the movie times. This is, after all, an industry that will change the ending of a movie if a test screening audience deems it should be so. That a test screening for Gone with the Wind would likely have forced a happy ending on the movie is probably another story. Slotek apparently lives in some parallel universe where bad comedies are easily spotted in advance by their not funny trailer. When did that ever happen? Unless the trailer involves Will Ferrell the only 100% sure sign of non funny you can be fooled by movie trailers over and over again. Those of us willing to take on the willing suspension of disbelief in a heartbeat are constantly having our hopes dashed between the expectations of a dazzling trailer and the reality of the dull film it (mis)represents. You need only revisit the trailer for the new Great Gatsby to be reminded of the heartbreak available in a great trailer " that's shilling for a lacklustre movie. JIM SLOTEK, QMI Agency I'm going to say it. I love movie trailers and always have. If I attend a screening and there are no Coming Attraction teasers, I'm disappointed. Those three little words of narration, "In a world"., give me goosebumps. 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Emergency responders study the scene of a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Walker and South Talbot Roads in Tecumseh, Ont. on Dec. 31, 2011. A family of five suffered serious injuries in the accident. Emergency responders study the scene of a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Walker and South Talbot Roads in Tecumseh, Ont. on Dec. 31, 2011. A family of five suffered serious injuries in the accident. Emergency responders study the scene of a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Walker and South Talbot Roads in Tecumseh, Ont. on Dec. 31, 2011. A family of five suffered serious injuries in the accident. Heather Spoiala, 24, spends time with her two newborn twin sons, Gerald Gjocaj, and Din Gjocaj (not pictured) in the neonatal intensive care unit at Windsor Regional Hospital Met Campus, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012. Sunday making them the first and second babies born in Windsor this year. New parents Leke Gjocaj, 24, left, and Heather Spoiala, 24, spend time with their two newborn twin sons, Gerald Gjocaj, and Din Gjocaj (not pictured) in the neonatal intensive care unit at Windsor Regional Hospital Met Campus, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012. Sunday making them the first and second babies born in Windsor this year. Leke Gjocaj, 24, left, gives Heather Spoiala, 24, a kiss on the cheek as they spend time with their two newborn twin sons, Gerald Gjocaj, and Din Gjocaj (not pictured) in the neonatal intensive care unit at Windsor Regional Hospital Met Campus, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012. Sunday making them the first and second babies born in Windsor this year. It was a chilly welcome to the New Year as the annual Polar Bear Dip was held Sunday, Jan.1, 2012, at the Detroit River in front of the Caron Avenue Pumping Station. The event is sponsored by the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club. Here, Robert Latouf, from the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club, jumps into the river. It was a chilly welcome to the New Year as the annual Polar Bear Dip was held Sunday, Jan.1, 2012, at the Detroit River in front of the Caron Avenue Pumping Station. The event is sponsored by the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club. Here, Robert Latouf, from the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club, prepares to jump into the river. It was a chilly welcome to the New Year as the annual Polar Bear Dip was held Sunday, Jan.1, 2012, at the Detroit River in front of the Caron Avenue Pumping Station. The event is sponsored by the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club. Here, Gary Gavin and Robert Latouf, from the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club, jump into the river. It was a chilly welcome to the New Year as the annual Polar Bear Dip was held Sunday, Jan.1, 2012, at the Detroit River in front of the Caron Avenue Pumping Station. The event is sponsored by the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club. Here, Robert Latouf, left, and Gary Gavin, from the Windsor Skin and Scuba Club, prepare to jump into the river. Ontario's Jordan Subban (front) dives for the puck against Atlantic's Jordan Kennedy in the Team Ontario versus Team Atlantic game at the 2012 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge on Jan. 1, 2012. Photographed at the Vollmer Complex in LaSalle, Ont. Ontario's Darnell Nurse (R) chases Atlantic's Ryan Falkenham in the Team Ontario versus Team Atlantic game at the 2012 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge on Jan. 1, 2012. Photographed at the Vollmer Complex in LaSalle, Ont. Ontario's Darnell Nurse (R) takes a shot on net in the Team Ontario versus Team Atlantic game at the 2012 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge on Jan. 1, 2012. Photographed at the Vollmer Complex in LaSalle, Ont. Conrad Mueller, 12 (L) and friend Yuki Shimaoka, 14, at Mueller's Amherstburg home. The two dance students were in town for the holidays on a break from their grueling studies at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Conrad Mueller, 12, and friend Yuki Shimaoka, 14, at Mueller's Amherstburg home. The two dance students were in town for the holidays on a break from their grueling studies at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Firefighters respond to a house fire at 270 Aylmer Ave. in Windsor, Ont. on the night of Jan. 1, 2012. The house sustained about $50,000 in damages. A man who would not give his name holds his cat at the scene of a house fire at 270 Aylmer Ave. in Windsor, Ont. on the night of Jan. 1, 2012. Windsor Spitfires player Brendan McCann checks Plymouth Whalers player Beau Schmitz. Photographed during the OHL game at the WFCU Centre in Windsor, Ont. on Dec. 31, 2011. Windsor Spitfires player Brady Vail misses a shot against Plymouth Whalers goalie Matt Mahalak. Photographed during the OHL game at the WFCU Centre in Windsor, Ont. on Dec. 31, 2011.

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