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Do trailers ruin or enhance your movie/tv viewing experience

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tomwaitsforme
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I have come to notice that trailers always contain spoilers, subtle or not. Scenes in trailers dont have much context or buildup, so when you see that scene again in the actual movie, the immersive component is largely lost. Since the main goal of a trailer is to entice you to go watch the movie, they often include the best scenes in the trailer.

I felt this the most with Deadpool. I had watched about 3 of its trailers before I went to see the actual movie. During the movie I felt some of the scenes or jokes were cliche because I remembered them from the trailer.

So now I have decided if I know I'm going to watch a tv series season or movie, watching the trailer seems pointless and spoilery. Maybe this is an issue only for me, but I do have a friend who dislikes trailers too. What do you think?
It depends3 (60.0 %)vote
Enhance1 (20.0 %)vote
Ruin1 (20.0 %)vote
Other0 (0.0 %)vote
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total votes: 5
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Captain_Keeta
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It depends
Joeyy
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Joeyy | 23:25
Ruin
They're part of the cinema-going experience for me, but outside of it I tend not to watch them any more, as they seem to give away most of their film.
roxcyn
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roxcyn | 05:55
Enhance
I like them.
Rubbo81
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Rubbo81 | 07:28
It depends
More than ruin it, I think that sometimes they took just the 3 or 4 most beautiful scenes of the film to intrigue you, but then the film is not so good
Rubbo81
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Rubbo81 | 07:28
Forgot to vote
kalsonberry
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kalsonberry | 15:08
It depends
They get me excited for the movie, but sometimes they spoil too much.
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