Jurassic Park 3 Honest Trailer

This weekend brings Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom to theaters. And while it seems like there’s not much excitement surrounding the sequel, it’s still on track to have a big opening weekend somewhere between $130 million and $140 million. That may not be as big as the opening of Jurassic World, but that’s perfectly fine. At the very least we know this won’t be a disaster on par with what is probably the worst film in the franchise.

Jurassic Park 3 was released in 2001 in a desperate attempt to keep the franchise relevant. Instead, they threw out everything that made the first movie a classic and the second movie tolerable and turned it into an excuse to have dinosaurs chase after stupid characters and taint everything that came before it. Oh, and it has a fucking talking raptor in it. Read More »

The Incredibles Honest Trailer

This week finally brings Incredibles 2 to theaters after fans have been waiting 14 years for a sequel to the Pixar Animation superhero adventure. With so much time passing between the movies, of course Honest Trailers has to take aim at The Incredibles, the movie that pulls off what Fantastic Four never could: a dynamic superhero family adventure with heart, excitement and the perfect villain. Read More »

A Wrinkle in Time Honest Trailer

Now that A Wrinkle in Time is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download, it’s no longer save from the wrath of Honest Trailers. Watch as Disney takes us through a wild acid trip with a young girl named Meg (Storm Reid) who finds herself on an adventure trying to save her father (Chris Pine) from being trapped on the set of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” music video. Read More »

Star Wars Holiday Special Honest Trailer

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, Honest Trailers throws some jabs at the worst Star Wars spin-offs, such as the Star Wars Holiday Special. Plus, James Corden turns a few movies into inappropriate musical (yes, that’s Dan Stevens as Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver above), and a video essay explores the absurdist philosophy of Charlie Kaufman‘s film Synecdoche, New York. Read More »

Black Panther VFX Breakdown

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, see what the folks at Honest Trailers have to say about Marvel’s box office giant Black Panther now that it’s out on home video. Plus, find out How Black Panther Should Have Ended instead of what we saw on the big screen, and see a visual effects breakdown show off a bunch of post-production work that went in to the new Marvel franchise starter. Read More »

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Fifty Shades Freed Honest Trailer

Because sometimes the universe is merciful, the erotic film franchise that began with Fifty Shades of Grey and unfortunately continued with Fifty Shades Darker finally came to an end with Fifty Shades Freed earlier this year. The sequel certainly arrived with far less pomp and circumstance than the first film adapting the laughable writing of author E.L. James, but the folks at Honest Trailers were sure to give the franchise a proper send-off by not only mocking the final installment, but also looking back at the most ludicrous moments of this supposedly sexy trilogy. Read More »

Honest Trailers Honest Trailer

While we’re supremely against all the nonsense that Cinema Sins puts forth in their recurring video series, we appreciate what the folks at ScreenJunkies put forth every week with their Honest Trailers. At the very least, they’re clever in their humorous observations about critiques, plot holes and we love the new title they give to all their targets.

But now, Honest Trailers has turned the gun on themselves to deliver an Honest Trailer of Honest Trailers. Of course, since the writers behind these videos can’t be trusted to really let themselves have it, they commissioned Botnik Labs to create a magical computer program that analyzed every single Honest Trailer script and generated the Honest Trailer in question. It has all the tropes, styles, and themes of your average Honest Trailer and it is weird and hilarious. Read More »

The Incredible Hulk Honest Trailer

This weekend brings Avengers: Infinity War to theaters, and it’s been a 10-year journey to get to his epic crossover of half a dozen comic book movie franchises. Though Marvel Studios might have the Marvel Cinematic Universe sorted out now, when they first started back in 2008, it was a bit of a mess, as evidenced by the totally forgettable and disposable events of The Incredible Hulk.

Watch The Incredible Hulk Honest Trailer if you’re looking for a window into 10 years ago when Easter eggs were merely little nerdy references to keep hardcore fans satisfied without laying the groundwork for a whole slate of movies in the years to come. Or watch it if you’re just looking for some jabs to be thrown at one of the worst movies in the MCU. Read More »

The Greatest Showman Honest Trailer

Though The Greatest Showman didn’t have a huge opening weekend or break any major box office records, you might be surprised to learn that the film raked in nearly $173 million at the domestic box office, putting it in the lower end of the top 20 highest performing movies of 2017. On top of that it raked in another $247.3 million internationally. But Honest Trailers doesn’t care about all that.

Now that The Greatest Showman is available on home video, it’s time to really dig into this circus musical for what it is: a fabricated celebration of a man who was a total prick who owned a slave, abused animals, and exploited people for his own financial gain. Yes, this is the hero of this movie that people kept coming back to theaters to see so much that it even had a sing-a-long version released in theaters. Read More »

Star Wars The Last Jedi Honest Trailer

By now we’re all familiar with the intense arguments that have sprouted in reaction to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, so we don’t have to rehash them here. Instead, we’re going to let the folks at Honest Trailers stir the pot for us by creating a two-for-one roast of The Last Jedi that simultaneously praises the movie while making fun of it, mocking all the fanboys who can’t stop hating it, as well as all the vocal fans who will defend it to death. Read More »