A few things occurred to me watching previews over someone's shoulder on the plane recently. The preview was for the recent Captain America: Winter Soldier. The first was that the preview pretty much shows snippets of all the action scenes out of order, so when we see the movie, at least if we see it after this preview, we know where a lot of the action scenes take place; hence this extended trailer was probably released after the theatrical debut. Second, this movie did borrow a fair amount of stunts from the recent Batman trilogy: dark cars, dark costumes--many things are indeed dark except for the lighter backdrop, which changes the look of the film, so we don't think about the borrowings too much. Which, perhaps, is what the studio wants. It also occurred to me that this film wasn't all that memorable, but it was enjoyable, and has half the stares that populate the latest Hobbit trailer which offset all the swirling cameras, collapsing cliffs, and flying boulders. Those looks got old. We get it already and boy does that movie look like it takes itself seriously. At least Captain America had Samuel L. Jackson who enjoys every second he's on screen.