Trailers: Ghost Rider 2, Carnage & Trishna

This week there were a series of trailers that I was just too lazy to comment on. So here they all are:

Synopsis: As Johnny Blaze hides out in Eastern Europe, he is called upon to stop the devil, who is trying to take human form.

I hate Nicolas Cage movies, in general. There are a couple of recent films which play purposefully on Cage‘s ridiculously over the top acting talents, but those barely prove anything other than a filmmaker making fun of what I’m busy laughing at every year.

I hated Ghost Rider when it was released a few years back. It was a waste of the budget, but somehow someone decided to revisit the franchise with this sequel. While I refuse to believe that this movie will be any good, I do think that this teaser trailer is pretty fantastic. Neveldine and Taylor (also did Crank, Crank 2 and Gamer) use all of their action sequence talents to put the franchise’s best foot forward and I can only hope that the film works in the same way that I ended up enjoying Crank 2.

Synopsis: Tells the story of two sets of parents who decide to have a cordial meeting after their sons are involved in a schoolyard brawl.

Roman Polanski is a brilliant filmmaker and I wish I could say that I’ve seen more of his films. This movie looks like my kind of film. Cast four brilliant actors: Jodie Foster, Kate Winslett, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz; put them in a room together and allow them to get on each others’ nerves throughout the runtime and let me enjoy watching each and every one of them start to pull their hair out. It’ll be overly dramatic comedy and I love that stuff.

Synopsis: The story of the tragic relationship between the son of a property developer and the daughter of an auto rickshaw owner.

This is without a doubt the worst trailer I’ve seen all week. I loved Winterbottom‘s The Killer Inside Me and was lukewarm on his latest TV/Film effort, The Trip, but this trailer is pretty much a one-minute long TV advertisement for India and how hot Freida Pinto is, which isn’t exactly a bad selling point. However, this trailer fails to tell me anything about this movie and that’s why it ultimately fails.

Which trailer do you love the most