When Jonathan Swift wrote Gulliver's Travels, he was creating a multi-layered satire that used its characters as a way to look at the human condition and human nature. Commenting on modernity, religion and corruption, it has long been considered Swift's seminal work. I'm willing to bet that he couldn't have predicted that his work would be turned into a Jack Black movie 284 years later either.

Apple has posted the first trailer for Rob Letterman's Gulliver's Travels and with the exception of little people that happen to be called Lilliputians, this isn't Swift's story. Playing a mail room jockey at a magazine who fakes being a reporter to impress a coworker. The lie leads to a temoltuous boat ride into the Bermuda Triangle yadda yadda yadda Jack Black attaches the tiny people to sticks and uses them to play foosball. And that's all I have to say about that.

Check out the trailer below or in HD over at Apple.

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