Trailer Probe rates geek explosion content, reasons you will like it, and dork disengagement level, reasons you shan't.
Dork disengagement level:
I can't tell from the title. What is this about?
It's possible the acting and the effects and the story and the everything else won't be up to par. And this has no Samuel L. Jackson to save it, like Snakes on A Mother-Filking Plane.
Seeing this is for our own good. If we are called before nerd court, we need to be able to say we survived it.
Geek explosion content: "There's something big out there." -- Deborah Gibson
I fail to see a reason why we should not see this movie. The end of the trailer is so nerd-derfully sweet, that you must view it now. Maybe even two times.
The RevSF boards are already coming to grips with it. "A freakin' trip." My thoughts exactly.
It's this generation's Kramer vs. Kramer. Apparently it's not for sale yet on the company site, but I shall not give up hope.
There are two major reasons to see it: 1) Mega Shark. and 2) Giant Octopus.
Already, Gibson says there could be a sequel.
a sequel. Yes, please. I have not seen it yet, I'm just assuming.
In one scene she's on a beach, and looks like she's about to bust out some "Lost In Your Eyes."
I can only hope.
Geek explosion level: 900,000 geek parts per million.