Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by popdisaster00, Mar 29, 2017.
Looks like if the pop-culture references from Ready Player One had more self-awareness.
This looks awesome. That Princess scene is perfect.
Trailer looks fun. Hope we get some Spaceballs style self-referential humor where they find wreck it ralph content while navigating the disney universe
I just hope they establish this clip as part of Wreck-It-Ralph canon
Hahah, Elsa's shirt.
I’m all in for this movie. It seems like a fun, very meta self examination of Disney.
I'm usually pretty optimistic about this stuff but there trailer I've been seeing does not look great. Kind of just seems like they wanted to show a bunch of familiar properties but nothing in it is funny. Hopefully the movie is though
Hearing Merida talk in that accent was so cringe. She's nowhere near that bad in Brave.
I don't think this trailer is too far from the first one. (It was mostly action shots with old school video game villains talking/reacting.) I think there's a couple funny moments, but Disney is always good at constructing their trailers to not give away anything. Their movies feel much better because you don't have expectations on how things are going to go.
the whole showing characters reacting as if it's supposed to be funny in and of itself is something I've noticed in animated movie trailers that bothers me
I've liked everything about this so far.
I appreciate that this trailer finally told me what the actual plot of the movie is. Looks good. I’m in.
This was delightful. “Let’s Go Phishing” got an audible laugh out of me that I didn’t expect.
I liked this. Wish it didn't take too much of the first act/half to get the ball rolling, but it resulted in a decent amount of fun after that. Glad it didn't turn into the Vanellope show midway in like the first movie did. Though arguably the best joke (you know the one) is in the trailer, unfortunately
And a couple people in the crowd went "Awwww!" at the
Stan Lee cameo, which definitely wouldn't be the case had they saw it a week earlier
Stay after the credits for a good laugh too
I kind of liked it. Like, the overall message is really good, about not being an aggro dick about letting someone go and trusting they’ll do the right thing. But it took a lot of strange roads to get there, with the Disney princesses being the best part. I dunno, it wasn’t particularly inventive or funny, minus some Disney and internet commentary. Like the first, it was just okay.
ya i kinda like this but I also hate when the main "hero" is the reason for %100 percent of the conflict and then still gets to be the hero at the end.
trying to get my family to go see this at Alamo Drafthouse as my birthday dinner tonight
not as good as the first one, but still good. loved the message, even though its basically a series of vignettes to get to it. sad there wasn't a felix/calhoun plotline at all. loved the jason mantzoukas cameo.
I was impressed that they got the voice actresses for all the princess movies from Little Mermaid onward
No Mindy Kaling though
Stay until after the credits (it's long like 15 minutes) but there's a pretty good gag at the very end.
Honestly, think I like this slightly more than the first.
Doesn't click with me the way the first one did when it came out, in part because Easter eggs & meta humor has become the norm to an excessive level. But, the overall theme was, I thought, overall better.
The princess bit could've been lame, leaning too much towards Deadpool-ish meta jokes. But, when they actually played with that, taking advantage of having those properties instead of only going as deep as a Seth McFarlane sketch, it was awesome. Loved the chemistry between them, LOVED their casual attire, loved the song, and loved seeing them briefly go all Avengers at the end. If they have the right story, they should find a way to make an actual Disney crossover film.
Seeing the Geocities sign at the bottom of the Internet... *nostalgic sigh*