Welcome to the weekly trailer awards, where we look at the new movie previews and tell you what's the Most, the Best, the Worst, and so forth. Please remember that if you do not watch all the new movie trailers as soon as they are released, you make Hollywood sad.

Best Motivation to Overcome One's Weaknesses: because Hitler is better at it than you are. In 'The King's Speech' (in theaters Nov. 26), the king of England has a terrible stammer, but he sees that Hitler is a pretty good speaker -- say what you will about him, the guy could dazzle a crowd -- and thinks, "Well, shoot, if Hitler can talk without stuttering...." And the rest is history. That's how a speech therapist defeated the Nazis.

Most Offensive Trailer for People Who Crash Funerals and Have Imaginary Friends: 'Restless' (in theaters Jan. 28). The girl from 'Alice in Wonderland' meets Dennis Hopper's son, an emo guy who goes to strangers' funerals for fun and communicates regularly with a Japanese ghost. For those of us who really do crash funerals and have imaginary friends, the film's stereotyped portrayal of our kind is offensive, and we will be boycotting.