Honest Trailers – The Meg

Honest Trailers – The Meg

The shark movie that tows the line between good good and bad good and just bad bad – it’ Honest Trailers for The Meg!

Watch the Honest Trailers Commentary to see an inside look from the writer’s perspective!

Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey
Title Design: Robert Holtby

Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr, Lon Harris
Produced by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr & Max Dionne

Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker
Assistant Editor: Emin Bassavand

Honest Trailers – The Meg

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57 Responses

  1. Screen Junkies says:

    What is your favorite shark movie?

    One: Speak up and join the conversation- we encourage respectful debate.
    Two: Respect your community- racism, misogyny, homophobia and hate speech aren’t tolerated.
    Three: “Be nice.” – Dalton from Roadhouse

  2. Buzz says:

    Really missed the opportunity to call him fish boy ):

  3. Scythe Seven says:

    Anybody else wish Jon finished his maritime law rant at the end?

    • Fernando Rufino says:

      EXACTLY!!

    • Gabriel Jimenez says:

      +Cheshire Cat you would be considered a pirate if you don’t fly a flag I guess.

    • Alex Botello says:

      Here you go, guys!

      [Bennett, Allyson. “That Sinking Feeling: Stateless Ships, Universal Jurisdiction, and the Drug Trafficking Vessel Interdiction Act.” Yale J. Int’l L. 37 (2012): 433], who says:

      In addition to ships flying flags of convenience, some ships have no nationality at all. Ships without nationality, also called stateless, flagless, or unregistered vessels, undermine the law-of-the-flag regime. Because stateless vessels do not have a flag state, no state can exercise control over them on the high seas or provide diplomatic protection on their behalf. Ships can become stateless in a variety of ways. They may lose their nationality if they violate their flag state’s laws or do not comply with its requirements; their flag state may be unrecognized by the international community; or they may never register with any state. Furthermore, ships that sail under more than one flag, using one or the other according to convenience, are “assimilated” to stateless ships under UNCLOS. Because stateless ships do not enjoy the protection of any state, some countries and scholars have asserted that any state can assert jurisdiction over them. But, as discussed infra, a ship’s statelessness alone may not authorize such actions.

    • blacksage says:

      +Cheshire Cat Not flying a flag (mind you this is a *legal* flag not simply a literal one) would be an unregistered vessel ergo not participating in the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea. There seems to some greyness to the matter but basically you would be unprotected by any state authority and therefore are subject to whomever wants to assert their authority over you.

    • Danielle Pereira says:

      It so sounds like Dan’s addition to the Honest Trailer

  4. SpirittDragonX says:

    Could you please say “Hush hush hush, blush blush blush, you are now my big fat crush”?

    • -Belue- -Myst- says:

      SpirittDragonX…Honest Trailers might not say it…but I’M gonna say it to my next crush to ask them out!…I’ve tried everything! This is my last hope for love! HAHA! 😂😔😕

  5. Nikki Manson Dragonfox says:

    In your epic voice….”I’ve had it with these mother f***ing sharks in this mother f****ing ocean!”

  6. Megan Saper says:

    😑I hate this movie cause my name is Megan and so ever since this came out, I’ve gotten nothing but the poster sent to me and being called sharkie and shit like that😂🤦🏼‍♀️

    • Erik Walker says:

      The Gig. When one megabyte was not enough.
      You gotta have quips to fire back at them. Letting them know they’re bothering you is like blood in the water

    • Megan Saper says:

      Erik Walker megabyte has joined the list

    • Megan whatsittoya says:

      It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

    • Erik Walker says:

      Fwiw (I find name origins interesting), Meg is Welsh for Margaret, which is similar in spelling to the ancient Greek which means “Pearl.” Which of course represent the beauty and danger of the ocean. Meg, as in megalodon, however, comes from a different word, mega meaning vast. It’s like two movie posters, one saying _”the big,”_ and the other saying _”the Pearl.”_ Megan, being diminutive, means “little Pearl.” As opposed to “big tooth” 🤣

    • graphite says:

      You’re such a nut, Meg.
      (There you are, it’s a bit spicy tho)

  7. Samuel Andrades says:

    Please say: its a-me mariooo

  8. pilipinofaze says:

    Wait… Deep Blue Sea was bad!?!?

  9. captain zarina says:

    I love it when he talks abt punching the shark lol

  10. jalva 358 says:

    Please say ‘Excelsior!!!’

  11. EleFantMonty says:

    RIP Stan Lee!

  12. EleFantMonty says:

    Please do an honest trailer for all Stan Lee Cameos!!

  13. Fwazangalang Entertainment says:

    Another perfect example of a great concept horribly done and ruined by a PG13 rating…..at least the books are good.

  14. Just A Normal Guy says:

    Say “They try to talk to me all the time and all they hear is Pika-Pika”

  15. Pablo David Clavijo says:

    Say: who wears short shorts? I wear short shorts

  16. BlackScape says:

    Shut up Meg.

  17. ImperatorZor says:

    Say in your awesome voice: The Dunkleosteus was a 10 meter armored predatory fish from the Devonian Era!

  18. ragingfiip says:

    Please say, “Excelsior!” in honor of the late, great, legend Stan Lee!!

  19. Victor Diaz says:

    I didn’t even know it was a book series

  20. Jason lu says:

    I myself, a chinese , hate how Hollywood became suckup for the chinese market. It doesn’t really make me proud. That’s it’s not the most efficient way of showing our influences.

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