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Best Attempt to Trick People Into Watching Shakespeare: 'The Tempest' (in theaters Dec. 10).
The trailer is loaded with things that young moviegoers like: sorcery, Russell Brand, attractive teenagers, Doc Ock from 'Spider-Man 2,' and Helen Mirren. There are even dogs made out of fire. That's right, flame-based canines! What is this? you think. David Lynch's Harry Potter?? But no -- it's 'The Tempest,' based on a play by notorious audience-borer William Shakespeare. Doh! They really had you going there for a minute. But you didn't read it in high school, and you're certainly not going to pay ten bucks to see it now, even if it does look awesome. NICE TRY, JULIE TAYMOR!

Best Attempt to Trick People Into Thinking Ryan Gosling Is Normal: 'All Good Things' (in theaters Dec. 3).
The Oscar-nominated actor and erstwhile Mouseketeer could have gone the standard route and specialized in Handsome Leading Man roles. Instead, Gosling has mostly played weirdos, drug addicts, and Jewish neo-Nazis. And good for him! 'All Good Things' appears to be a departure, with Gosling playing a wealthy real-estate heir who marries Kirsten Dunst, which is a relative ordinary thing to do. By the end of the trailer we realize it's not a departure, though, as Gosling's character is psychotic or something, with Gosling's trademark unfashionable hairstyle and eyeglasses used to ugly him up.