As the first trailer for Fifty Shades of Gray hit theaters, I was excited to see how it would be received by the public.
For most, this will be their first time seeing the film.
However, for me, this trailer will mark the beginning of the end.
I’m not talking about my enjoyment of the film or my appreciation of the series, as many people love to talk about, but rather how this trailer is an attempt to silence critics.
I will say this, the trailers are generally terrible.
They are usually filled with pointless, confusing, and often confusing trailers that do not even have a clear purpose.
The trailer is a marketing tool for the studio, not a spoiler.
As such, it is a tactic designed to silence and shame critics and critics’ critics.
The film is a fantasy based on a novel written by E.L. James.
It tells the story of two lovers who have to travel to New York City in order to obtain the “holy grail” of sex, which is the release of a woman’s soul.
While the movie was created by James, he had to do all of the dialogue and music himself, and that meant he had limited time to prepare the trailer.
James did this to protect the rights of the creators of the original novel.
James has a history of using people’s lives to sell merchandise.
For example, in the film The Matrix, the Matrix is a fictional universe that has been set in the same reality as ours.
As a result, a lot of people, myself included, are upset by the trailer’s lack of substance.
I’m not here to say that Fifty Shades is a bad movie.
I love the movie.
The plot is brilliant and the acting is top notch.
However the trailer does not tell the story or do much to support the characters.
I understand why this might be, as the trailers tend to give us information about the characters without any actual reason for that information to be relevant.
The trailers also usually focus on the characters’ personal struggles and often give the audience a few details about the person being shown.
This could be the protagonist in a novel or a character in a film, but it is usually not the case.
This is not a criticism of the trailer, because I am not a big fan of the trailers.
I do think they have a point, but in the end I can’t say that the trailer was really a good or bad thing.
In the trailer there is an image of a red-haired woman who is holding a gun.
In real life, guns are often used to kill people, especially people of color.
However in Fifty Shades, the gun is used by a woman who has the ability to release a soul.
The story is so complex and the characters so compelling that I think this was a clever way to introduce the audience to the plot of the movie, but I do not think it was intended as a spoiler to the public who may be not familiar with the novel.
As far as how this affects critics, the trailer has already been a huge distraction for some.
The criticism of Fifty Shades has been about the story and characters, not the trailers, and I do understand the desire for the public to see the trailer and not hear what’s in the movie itself.
However it is not necessary for a trailer to be a spoiler because the movie will be released on August 25, 2020, just two days before the movie premieres on August 6.
I think that is a significant change and it may be hard for some to accept.
I can understand why some people might be upset by a trailer that does not give them any reason to watch the film, however I am hoping that this trailer does give some reason to go see the movie again.
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