You know what part of the Batman mythology always interested me the very least? All the mid-70s nonsense about when Bruce Wayne was wandering the world, training with monks and honing his skills and fighting super lame villains like Ra's Al Ghul. And what's the new Batman movie all about? All of that dumb stuff. I'd rather see a Spider-Man movie about how Peter Parkers' parents were secret agents. The new Batman Begins trailer interests me absolutely zero ("Batman Begins?" That's a movie title?) Now, let's just wait a year for my post where I talk about how Batman Begins is the best movie I've ever seen. I've been known to change my mind about this stuff.
And while I'm acting like a movie snob, let me just say that you just have to watch the trailer for the Village a few times to know exactly what the big surprise of the movie will be. I mean, you only have to watch the trailer a few times and think about the premise. Down in the comments I'm writing what I think the surprise is, check it out if you dare. If I'm wrong, you'll never hear me mention this again, if I'm right, I'll never stop talking about it.