Alright this thing looks legit but I feel like I have to preface that opinion by saying that I'm probably the worst judge of what would be considered a 'good' movie because I've literally enjoyed every single movie I've ever seen. Ask any of my friends. Every single time I've been to a movie I've been entertained in some way, shape or form. Makes zero sense but I wouldn't have it any other way. I could go to the movies right now and randomly pick anything in the theater and know I'm going to love it. Like I genuinely enjoyed Battlefield Earth. I laughed at the Love Guru. I only fell asleep twice during The Happening. You could show me a list of movies in a given year and I wouldn't be able to tell you if they were for best picture at the Oscars or the Razzies. I have absolutely no clue why that is but it's who I am. My name is Jon and I can't discern a good movie from a bad one. I'm like one of those people who can't feel if something is hot or cold. So I give this trailer two thumbs up but asking me if I'm exited for a movie is like asking a dog if he's excited for a walk.
PS: I never understand the point of movie trailers anyway. Of course it looks good in a trailer. It's 2:20 of the best stuff the movie has to offer. If you can't widdle down two hours to a minimum of 2 minutes of decent content then your name is probably Michael Bay (HEYO!). So yeah I guess there's a chance these are the only funny scenes in the movie but I don't think it's likely.
Double PS: Over my lifetime I'd say my dating life closely resembles those movies where the only good stuff is in the trailer. Like my opening lines aren't bad. Crack a joke here, make up a lie there, that stuff is easy. Then as the relationship goes on the girl slowly realizes that there's no additional substance and there probably won't be any.