Cus I think I would... I mean, if I'm being honest it was a relatively badass trailer. And it probably was a really badass trailer, but my general disgust with anything Ryan Reynolds is attached to these days* is preventing me from giving it any more than a "alright, that was pretty cool" reaction.
Soooo, golf clap, Reynolds. That's all you get. If this gets made in to an actual film (this is just test footage to pitch to studios, so it's basically going to be dependent upon if this gets a large enough fan following to make it a viable project), then as of now you have peaked my interest and I would go see it. But don't get cocky. We all remember The Green Lantern**. You've still got a lot to prove to me and the world, son.
P.S. I can't say I understand the throw-away-the-bike-and-start-spraying-bullets-in-to-a-car-hurtling-toward-me move by this guy:
... I just don't know what the end game was from the beginning. I mean, even if you are confident enough in your on the spot physics calculations and you know that the car is somehow going to hop over you, why are you shooting? How the hell would you assume anyone in that thing is still living? Oh, and also, your bike is broken now, idiot. Good luck getting around that bridge traffic now. ("But it's just over the top action for the purposes of test footage"... yeah, yeah, I know. I'm just saying I'd like my random thugs to have a bit more of a linear thought process, is that so much to ask?)
* I would say anything Reynolds is ever attached to, but my terrible high school sense of humor won't let me forget that at one point in my life I laughed at both Van Wilder and Just Friends... I can only ask forgiveness and try to move forward one day at a time.
** I typed Green Hornet about 5 times before I got that right.