We’ve been all over this film since it was announced. The promise of returning to the dark tones of the original was the only way of making this film successful. I don’t know if this is going to have the social relevance or commentary of the first film, but as long as it has the heart and passion of the original then I’m happy. I wasn’t sold on Gareth Edwards as a director, but I am perfectly willing to admit that it appears I was in error, because this thing looks cool as hell. It may be one the best trailers I’ve seen in a while, hinting at the story, a glimpse of the iconic monster, I have goddamn goosebumps.
Could I write another paragraph with more rambling sentences? Probably, but I won’t. Just watch that trailer again.
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