Trailers for "Captain Underpants," "Baywatch," and "Death Note."

Some new trailers were added to the Movie Trailers section of the site: "Captain Underpants," "Death Note," and "Baywatch." All three very different genres of film, but likely summer releases. Nothing groundbreaking here folks, maybe, just maybe "Death Note" which is supposed to be one of the most violent Netflix originals ever, but how that translates to artistry has yet to be decided. Her eare the three trailers, with some of my thoughts.

"Captain Underpants"

I don't really have anything to say about this. Who cares? I guess it will be a nostalgic trip down memory lane for younger set millenials who grew up watching this film. Everybody else? Well, they just won't buy a ticket. 

"Baywatch" starring The Rock and Zac Efron

I get a Michael Bay vibe watching this trailer, except Seth Gordon ("Horrible Bosses," "Identity Thief," "Four Christmases") directed this movie which, to tell you the truth, isn't any better. Looks to have a few funny bits, I mean The Rock and Zac Efron aren't that bad, right? I'm glad they have deviated away from the self-seriousness of the original "Baywatch" show, because we live in 2017 and anything THAT self-serious would get destroyed to bits by the online army.

Adam Wingard's Netflix movie "Death Note"

Not much is shown, but enough to peek our curiosity. "Death Note" is said to be very violent. I had spoken to Wingard ealier last year about his next project, after Death Note," and it seems like he's going to be remaking South Korean Horror flick "I Saw the Devil." My full talk with Wingard can be found HERE.