Stop me after the break if this starts to sound familiar.
No, really. Stop me.
Third is Crockett, a brand-toting Texan gunslinger who also looks strangely reminiscent of Ben Foster. Maybe I've just got a 'thing' for The Fost. None of these previous could possibly compare to Montana, the rougly bear-sized minigun behemoth, presumably on loan from Valve and taking a vacation from the petty squabbles of RED and BLU to contribute to something larger than himself.
Overall, the game trailer looks exactly as the previous descriptions have implied; like Quentin Tarantino and Gabe Newell had one too many in a WWII memorial and did something they'd rather like to forget. This isn't to say that the game looks bad, certainly--after all, if it's poor taste to judge a book by its cover, then judging a game by its purely cinematic trailer without any gameplay footage would be like judging a book by the concept art for its cover. However, it looks like it could be a different direction for the franchise. We'll just have to see if it's the Reservoir Dogs or the Jackie Brown of Brothers in Arms' lineup.