[On a formatting note: I've tried to both embed the trailers (where possible) and link to the trailers someplace where I know they won't be pulled. If there's no embed, blame YouTube. Just click the link on the movie's title and you'll get it.]
1. Kill Bill (2003)
This would be the original teaser clip, released even before the film was split up into Volumes 1 and 2. It's an absolute knockout, instantly making "The Battle Without Honor and Humanity" an iconic piece of moving scoring and time-out music at your local sports arena. The choreography of the clips to the music might be the best I've seen in a trailer, and while "the 4th film by Quentin Tarantino" is self-aggrandizing, it's Tarantino. Would we expect any less?
Awesome trailer attributes: cool song/score; iconic performance; teaser
8. Sunshine (2006)
This was a brilliant first look at Danny Boyle's movie that turned out to be all promise and no payoff. But that's not the fault of the trailer, which employed unusually great voice-over with the last recorded instance in which Clint Mansell's Requiem for a Dream could be effective. All plus some stark imagery -- particularly that shot of the "sun" turning out to be the spaceship.
Awesome trailer attributes: Cool song/score; teaser
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