Four of the Best Movie Trailers of 2010

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Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Ellen Page, Ken Watanabe and Dileep Rao in Inception (2010) Movie Image


The initial teasers for Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” told you nothing, but man oh man did they pull you in. Like the Wachowskis’ “What is the Matrix?” teasers for “The Matrix”, the “Inception” trailers, like the dream thieves in the movie, lured you in until you knew that you just had to see this thing. Even when full-length trailers revealed much of the plot, the power was still there.

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  • Doubleh55

    I actually hate that Battle of LA trailer only because that “song” they use is the most annoying, grating, piece of ear garbage in movie trailer history.

  • Pgarc10

    The Expendables trailer. Just bad ass.

  • Pgarc10

    The Expendables trailer. Just bad ass.

  • Dedpool

    I’d have to say “Clash of the Titans” (because of the song and the editing, “Thor,” “Battle: Los Angeles,” “Expendables,” and definitely “Inception” and “Sucker Punch.”

    I know I’m forgetting some though.

  • Ulik

    Those chics in “Sucker Punch” look HOT! I’m gonna check out “Battle of Los Angeles” cuz my girl Michelle Rodriguez is in it. I love her. :)

  • Brent

    I really like the trailer for “The Day”. It’s simple and doesn’t tell you much, but it sets a great mood for a post-apocalyptic movie, and it made me want to watch more.

  • Brian

    Personally I absolutely hated the trailer for Sucker Punch…aside from Zeppelin. I just hit my face with my palm when the guy started spouting off about “you will need to find 5 items” because of the overly cliche nature of that, and it’s just terrible dialogue in my opinion.