Have you ever gone to see a movie based on the trailer and came out of the theatre pissed off that you had been ripped off? Of course you have. All of us have been sucked into seeing a bad movie based on a trailer that is nothing like the movie.
Well a Michigan woman is suing FilmDistrict Distribution LLC, the outfit that distributed Drive, and the theater where she watched said Ryan Gosling action-drama thriller, all because the trailer had made it seem like the movie was gonna be just like Fast and Furious and it wasn't totally wasn't at all.
WDIV-TV in Detroit reports that Sarah Deming's suit claims that FilmDistrict and Emagine Novi Theater violated Michigan's Consumer Protection Act by releasing such a disingenuous advertisement for their driving-deficient crap-film. She reportedly plans to go class action-style, so if you've ever been lied to at the cinema you can join her Crusade for Integrity at the Movie Places and share in the settlement.
My advice is to ignore trailers and read a couple of movie reviews before seeing a movie. I've avoided most stinkers but checking out the movie critics first.