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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest “trailer” online

GirlHornetsNest.jpgThis is far from a trailer and is just a series of snapshots from The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest in no particular order, telling anyone who hasn't seen the films or the books absolutely no story progression at all, faded in and out with the annoyingly fast Hollywood cuts, and with an equally annoying voice over.

No, it's not the best trailer I've seen, and really it's not much of a trailer at all rather a marketing stream of images. Still, I'm sure that for those of you who have seen the first two films in the series there are some images in there that make sense.

Perhaps though the trailer for The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest works for those who have read the book and appears as a series of visual snapshots of the story from the book. I don't know, I haven't yet read the books, I'll have to rely on you to tell me.

One good thing is that the trailer for The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest is online in high definition which can be seen over at Yahoo Trailers – just pause the annoying auto-play flash video and look beneath it for the HD button – but to complement it, I also have it here in straight flash format.

If you can watch it in high definition on Quicktime, or whatever player you can use to watch it, then it might be better as downloaded in a big format probably makes it easier to see through the fast fades and cuts.

What do you think? Trailer or marketing stream? Why the Hollywood voice over?



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