That won't be my fault. All I ever ask for is artistic integrity. If you're gonna sell a movie this hard then it better be as good as you're making out or you're getting it both barrels. Is that unfair?
Artistic integrity? What does that even mean? No, I'm serious. What boxes must it check off to meet your criteria for "artistic integrity"?
And yeah, if it's crap, it deserves to be called out for being so. Give it both barrels if you must. But here's the kicker: how about waiting until you've actually seen the thing. I may stand corrected, but every single one of your posts in this thread has been whiney cakes. Is there a chance the lead up will be better than the pay off? Of course there is. We could all probably make a list of 100 movies where the full article wasn't half as good as the trailers. So what? Are you going to spend the next month and a half bitching about how MORE cynical you're becoming because the promos are so good? Would it be better if the trailers looked like shit? "The artistic integrity of this film is going to be through the roof... because the trailer looked like absolute garbage, because they haven't piqued my interest at all, because they haven't bothered promoting it."
Yep, I could be setting myself up for disappointment. But in the mean time, I'm going to enjoy the fuck out of the anticipation.