Nowhere Boy and Super 8 tied in last week's Trailer Park poll, which was in general pretty scattered as far as your votes went. Each received only about 20% of the vote, while Easy A, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work and Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage were all pretty close behind.

This week's crop of major release trailers is a tad disappointing, but that's what happens when the biggest new release is a kids' movie (the latest Shrek), you get a lot of new kids' movie trailers. Like the one for Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, which has some of the worst special effects I've seen in a long time. Plus reference to one of the oldest internet memes (the Hamster Dance) and yet another homage to the Silence of the Lambs face mask. Don't be surprised that it didn't rank on my trailer chart this week, even with little competition. Other animated films that are represented include the supervillain comedy Megamind and the Brazilian bird tale Rio.

Meanwhile, with Cannes finishing up this weekend, there are a few more festival selections making the cut this week. One of these, for Cristi Puiu's Aurora, is even my favorite of the week. Thanks to the commenter who linked me to this in last week's Trailer Park. Never hesitate to direct my attention to great new trailers, especially foreign and indie stuff, in the comments section. Anyway, at 3 hours, Puiu's latest is said to try its viewers' patience, but after The Death of Mr. Lazarescu, I've got all the patience in the world for more of the filmmaker's slow, darkly comic work. I don't care that it's not garnering the rave reviews that the Romanian new wave is used to receiving.

Check out the trailer for Aurora and this week's trailer chart and poll after the jump.