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Cars 2 Trailer Gets Tangled Up?

It’s been less than a month since the Cars 2 teaser was released online, but could we already be getting a full length trailer?

One Movie, Five Views was recently at a preview screening for Disney’s latest animated film, Tangled— and the answer is, yes! Here’s how the review site describes the brand new sneak:

"Whether or not it will play in the same emotional vein as some of the studio’s other beloved films is yet to be seen, but with amusing riffs on airport security, an Aston Martin in a James Bond type role, and moments of inspired Pixar humour, the upcoming sequel looks to be a real crowd-pleaser."

Make sure to click here for OMFV’s entire thoughts.

You can catch the full-length Cars 2 trailer in front of Tangled (what’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser as well) on November 24th, 2010.

Your thoughts?

5 Responses to Cars 2 Trailer Gets Tangled Up?

  1. Is it just me, or does Pixar seem to be cheaping out on their teaser trailers just to keep the tradition of teaser trailers with footage that won’t be used in the finished film.

    There was nothing necessarily wrong with the Cars 2 teaser, but it was very short and nowhere near as clever as the teasers for the likes of Monsters, Inc. or The Incredibles. I felt the same way about Up’s teaser as well. Hopefully the new trailer will leave me more impressed.

  2. Anonymous says:

    That’s because usually, there IS no finished footage from the film when the teasers and early trailers are put together!

    Saw “Tangled” tonight. No trailers—it was a special screening. Looked OK, but falls flat in the story/character departments. And the songs are really uninspired.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “And the [ tangled] songs are really uninspired.” Partly true, but I´ll trade you the entire Toy story Trilogy for “I see the light”….

  4. Anonymous says:

    EWWW! That song is Treacly, saccharine, and witless. Just awful. So middle of the road, and sounds like it’s on the worst of the worst easy listening stations on the radio.

  5. Anonymous says:

    EWWW! That song is Treacly, saccharine, and witless” – yes! let´s get Karlheinz Stockhausen for the next Disney musical, it´s about time we leave the middle of the road!
    Seriously, isn´t it amazing how people´s tastes differ? I am glad I can still tell “sweet” from “ saccharine”…

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