Category Archives: Blog #4. Deconstructing Trailers

Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You

At first I thought I would have a difficult time finding recut trailers of some of the movies I wanted to view but I didn’t really encounter that much difficulty. I tried to look at different movies from different genres … Continue reading

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This Post Have Been Approved for Appropriate Audiences

Do you ever questions this screen when you’re at the cinema? “Appropriate Audiences,” what does that even mean? I would love to give you an explanation. I wonder what exactly how these “Appropriate Audiences” are defined every single time I … Continue reading

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Charles Sanders Peirce is Wrong

Twentieth century philosopher, Charles Sanders Peirce claimed that “all the evolution we know proceeds from the vague to the definite.” According to Peirce, the evolutionary process is a progression from the question to the answer and, ultimately, the fog is … Continue reading

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re-CUT… Lets Change It Again…

After watching the trailers that were set out for us, I cannot wait to see these movies, because they all look fantastic. But lets talk about how easy it is to re-cut a movie trailer. All you have to do … Continue reading

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Trailers to Trailers

Actors and actresses have to live in their trailers to film their motion pictures just so we can watch the movie trailers and decide if we want to go see their movie.  There are many different genres to the motion … Continue reading

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The Best Thing About Going to the Movies Is….

With movie tickets so over priced these days, one would think that the worst part about being late to a movie is missing the first few minutes of the show, and therefore not receiving your full money’s worth. However, for … Continue reading

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Who Needs a Theater When You Have the Internet?

Confession time: I love watching movie trailers. If I spent anywhere near the amount of time on homework as I do watching trailers on Front Row, I’m pretty sure I would have cured cancer by now. Perhaps not cancer, but … Continue reading

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Goosebumps

Personally, I love movie trailers.  The previews before movies at the theatre are often just as exciting to me as the movie itself. Silly? Perhaps. But I get thoroughly engulfed each of those two-minute creations, and ridiculously excited for all … Continue reading

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Trailer Is Not Appetizer

Some of my friends really enjoy watching trailers. They believe trailers help them get glimpses of movies and decide which to see next. Personally, I’m very indifferent to them. In fact, I really appreciate them sometimes. I will not miss … Continue reading

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The Buildup

Movie trailers are all about the buildup. The sole purpose of a trailer is to give the target audience motivation to go see a certain movie, and different techniques are commonly used depending on the intended genre of the movie. There are … Continue reading

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