The trailer for Martin Scorsese‘s The Departed (Warner Bros., 10.6) is up and looking good. It hasn’t been cut to suggest that Scorsese has made something startling or “extra” — it tells you it’s probably just a good sturdy cops-and-bad guys drama about a criss-cross undercover deception. Yeah, I know: Miami Vice in Boston only doubled, and with a more colorful, charismatic bad guy (Jack Nicholson), right? But no Michael Mann-like visual flourishes, the trailer implies. Nothing too moody or off-angled or digitally artified. I wonder if they’re sending this puppy to the Toronto Film Festival? (If they aren’t, that will send a message.) An obviously kick-ass cast competing with Jack — Leonardo Di Caprio, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Vera Farmiga, Anthony Anderson, Ray Winstone, et. al. The only not-quite right thing is DiCaprio’s crew cut — his wide, starting-to-get-heavyish, Italo-Germanic features need longish hair to sand down the edges.