Well, I think it both seems like a lot, and not very much at all. We're all here going 'They're showing too much of the film', and I suppose they are, but then again, they're only showing a few extended sequences. Most of what we see in the trailer are jumbled up shots only a second long each, if that. So what we've seen is pretty scattered. The scary part is that they've shown six accumulative minutes of that.
Though there are things we probably didn't need to see, like the Goblin. A HINT of the Goblin would've been good, like in The Dark Knight trailer, that one shot of Harvey's face in the oil. It didn't explicitly show Two-Face at all, but we all knew it was coming. Then again, maybe there will be events in the film that they are keeping a secret, so the arrival of the Goblin pales in comparison. Who knows?
You know your petitions will amount to absolutely nothing, right? Because film producers have so much more to do than care about petitions. They don't give fans what they want to see. They give them what they want the fans to see. I can see you're one of those people who are 'A petition for this! A petition for that! Petitions everywhere!'. In the world of cinema and film production, these things don't work. If you can't get a bunch of nerds on a nerd forum to sign, how do you expect a producer to care?
I can't get over how much I loved the Joker in this game. Everything about him, especially his redesign. He has a much greater range in his facial expressions, which are properly frightening. He feels much more real, as opposed to his model in Asylum and City, which felt kind of plastic and uncanny.
I'm slightly confused as to where the budget for this film went. The set design, cinematography, special effects and alien prosthetics all look really bland and unexciting. But you know what? I don't care. Because, damnit, this film was entertaining. From the moment Stephen Fry finished his little dolphin monologue at the beginning, I knew I was going to love it. The humour is just so very British. It's a completely absurd, ridiculous film, but it's really not taking itself seriously at all. It's one of those just-for-fun things, and it's wonderful. Great cast too. Martin Freeman is a joy as always, and Alan Rickman, Bill Nighy, Helen Mirren and Zooey Deschanel were all great. I found Sam Rockwell to be a bit irritating, which was odd. I have to compare it to Spaceballs and Galaxy Quest, because I feel like they make up some sort of trilogy of sci-fi parodies, and I think this one fits snugly in the middle; Not quite as much heart as Galaxy Quest, but it has far better humour and originality than Spaceballs. A good fun watch.