It’s hard to know what to make of Michael Phelps’ new film, but it sure seems like he’s not going to be happy with the results.

In the first trailer for the movie, which opens May 21, Phelps has the audacity to say, “I am a big admirer of ‘Titans’ sequel ‘The Hateful Eight.’

I am a fan.”

Phelps is obviously joking.

But he also seems to be implying that he is, in fact, a big “fan” of “Titanics.”

Poses for a photo with fellow cast members Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin as well as Tom Hanks, Dwayne Johnson, and Will Smith, as well a group of people who have just gotten into a brawl in a parking garage.

(They also look like they’re enjoying themselves.)

Phelps also says that “Titans” is his favorite movie.

The “Hateful Eight” is not a favorite movie of mine, but if you’ve seen it, you’ll know what I’m talking about.

The next day, Phelps was asked about the movie on the ESPN Radio podcast “The Huddle,” where he was asked, “It’s hard for me to really understand what you mean by that, but I love it.

I love how that movie plays, I love that I feel like we’re not alone in this world.

So I love the character of the man.

I like that the movie is not one that is about me or my friends.

It’s about this other group that’s just sort of getting in trouble.

Phelps has been known to take shots at movies that he doesn’t like. “

He added that he’s “a big fan” of the movie.

Phelps has been known to take shots at movies that he doesn’t like.

In 2016, for example, he called out the Disney Channel’s “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” as being “disgusting” for being a remake of “Lord of the Rings.”

In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, he said that “Hancock” “doesn’t fit my tastes.

I’ve never liked the movie in the first place, and I’m not going back and rewatch it again.

I’m going to go see it again and see what’s going on with it.

“In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Phelps said that the film was not his favorite film because “you never see the characters get killed off.

“When it comes to the “Hollywood” franchise, he told the magazine, “We’re a little different from other movies.

We have a little more of a ‘good’ in the film.

“It would be nice to have a character who’s not really a part of the story.””

I hope it works out, but that’s my opinion,” he replied.

“It would be nice to have a character who’s not really a part of the story.”

What do you think?

Is “Tropic Thunder” a “Tunisia,” “The Hangovers” or “The Hunger Games” sequel?

Let us know in the comments section below.