It comes as no surprise that Inception won last week's Trailer Park poll with 76% of your votes. After that, Green Hornet, Red and The Social Network duked it out for second place in the 6% range.
My favorite trailer of this week is for a film I've been dying to see for a very long time. Marshall Curry's go-kart doc Racing Dreams premiered and won the Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival and has taken this long to be released in theaters. It has actually already opened in Indiana -- though apparently it screened on Sundays only -- and is currently playing in Oregon, but the film starts in NYC and LA this month. I don't really get the lack of proper distribution given that it's made by an Oscar-nominated filmmaker (Curry's prior film is the excellent Street Fight), was produced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and it involves kids, which always make for popular docs, and race cars, which are still a huge deal in most of America. And it appears to have some romantic element. If there's a film that could crossover demographics and reach people who don't usually watch documentaries, this looks like that film. Also, DreamWorks is remaking it. Actually, maybe that has something to do with the original's lack of exposure?
Check out the trailer after the jump and see why it deserves to get a wider release. Also, the rest of this week's ranking and poll.