They should have shown Less in the trailer. It would have been nice if some aspects of this movie remained a mystery.
Damn I love Ray Stevenson after seeing him in Black Sails. Might watch this just for him.
Is 'amphibious romance' a new genre after The Shape of Water?
The first half of the trailer was excellent. Should have ended there, really.
I mean I understand the hate for trailers these days and all the spoilers, but this trailer leAves me with many questions that will compel me to actually see the movie, where as if I hadn’t seen the trailer I probably wouldn’t have. Take that for what you will, still looks cool.
Wow this looks great! Good thing I don't have to watch it now that I've already seen it! Thanks for saving me 2 hrs!
2.5 min trailer and still was bored halfway through
The movie is very beautiful and entertaining.I enjoyed it a lot, except for the ending. It premiered in Russia on 11/30.
this movie looks fantastic! i can't wait to see it!
They were giving away way too much. Had to stop half way through.
Questionless huh what’s the purpose of the island? How did the first guy get there? Why did he stop him from shooting the thing, and then go on say he wants to exterminate all of them? Why did the younger protagonist agree to stay there, and why didn’t the old timer get the fuck out while he could. Where is the lighthouse and what is the back story behind the things? What is there purpose in trying to kill them, on both ends, and will he survive the year? Will they both die, is there a sex thing With one of them, and If so does that change his prerogative? These are all questions that I want answered so I’m going to see it, and the trailer has succeeded in making me go when it comes out. Food for thought.
Reminds me of all those ant movies that came out at the same time. This is riding on the coattail of Shape of Water.
Still a better love story than twilight