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    Tom O'Neil
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    We want to create awards here at Gold Derby just for movie trailers. Let’s start by naming the best of 2015. Which ones do you think we should include among the nominees? Which ones were the BEST?

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    Carol. The trailor is so touching

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    1. The Revenant. I felt more emotion in that trailer than while watching half the films I saw this year. Still haven’t seen the movie, but if the trailer itself left me that awestruck than I am extremely excited.
    2. Steve Jobs. Way back when the trailer was first released, I immediately began predicting this year’s Oscars (this was before the center was even open), and based on the perfection of this trailer alone, I predicted Steve Jobs to win best picture. The trailer was absolutely riveting.
    3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. No explanation necessary.
    4. Mad Max: Fury Road. It was either the first or second trailer released, I don’t remember. But whichever one it was, it made me believe that I could love an action blockbuster in a franchise that I had never seen before. And, well, I did love it.
    5. Carol. Although it made me falsely believe that I could connect with the characters, it did rightfully show the beauty and masterful handling of the story. 

    Honorable mentions:
    Bridge of Spies, Joy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Martian

    And if we’re allowed to include 2016 films that had trailers released this year, then Batman vs. Superman’s comic con trailer easily takes the cake. 

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    1. Mad Max Fury Road
    2. Star Wars TFA
    3. The Revenant
    4. Carol 
    5. The Martian 
    6. Avengers Age of Ultron 
    7. Ant Man 
    8. Creed 
    9. Sicario 
    10. Bridge of Spies
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    The Hateful Eight had one of the best trailers of the year!

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    In no particular order:

    1. Suffragette – really heartbreaking trailer that didn’t give much of the story away expertly captured the hardships of the characters in that time period. I could almost forgive the over-advertising of Meryl Streep’s role in the movie itself
    2. The Danish Girl – who didn’t sniffle after this?
    3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens – NO DUH
    4. The Revenant – again, not giving much away while still leaving the audience wanting more (the best type of trailer)
    5. The Good Dinosaur – just a beautiful-looking trailer with a masterpiece of a landscape. Too bad the movie wasn’t as good enough as the trailer made you think it would be

    (Dis)Honorable Mentions:
    Joy – learned absolutely nothing about the trailer and didn’t give me any expectations
    Inside Out – beautiful trailer and fantastic movie but it was just everywhere and was starting to wear me out 

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    I think it’s this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4z7Px68ywk

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    Carol – the trains, the score, Blanchetts voice over. Just beautiful.

    The Danish Girl – the trailer is visually stunning, and wowed me when I first saw it.

    Beasts of No Nation – the stunning cinematography takes front and centre stage. Gives away very little, teases so much. Exactly what a trailer should do.

    Check out more of my thoughts on Twitter (@AMG_Review) and Instagram (amg_reviews)

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    There were a lot of great trailers this year. I’d separate them by comedy and drama, though:

    Best Trailer for a Drama:
    1. The Danish Girl
    2. Anomalisa
    3. Brooklyn
    4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
    5. Mad Max: Fury Road

    Best Trailer for a Comedy:
    1. Trainwreck
    2. Danny Collins
    3. Inside Out
    4. Daddy’s Home
    5. The Lady in the Van 

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    First trailer for Black Mass! 

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