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I don't know why Hollywood (a single entity thinking with a single hive mind) decided to release the trailers to four high-profile comedies, all aimed at basically the same audience, at the exact same time. I suppose it doesn't matter, as it is not ours to reason why. It is ours but to do and die. And to give them money even during this dire recession. The first trailer is Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston's new film, Just Go With It.

The title of the film, Just Go With It, reminds me of Patton Oswalt's bit about interchangeable romantic comedy names. I want to hire a Japanese production company to rename it something more exciting, like Happy Bachelor Ring Man's Scheming Blond Lady Cleavage Explosion. Now that's a movie!

After the jump, there are three more movie trailers with titles of varying interchangeability.

Next up, it's the Farrelly Brother's new comedy, Hall Pass, which stars Jason Sudeikis and Owen Wilson as two married men who are each given one week to cheat. It's a somewhat similar premise of Curb Your Enthusiasm's fourth season.

This is Ivan Reitman's new comedy about two very attractive people who have sex with each other but can't be together, probably because they are simply too attractive.

And finally, there's Kevin James in The Zookeeper, which features voice work by Adam Sandler, Judd Apatow and a bunch of other ringers. You can watch the trailer here.

Seriously, Hollywood, not so many trailers at the same time again!



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