Category Archives: Blog #5. Video Trailer Project

Legally Crazy

Overview: I chose to take the movie Legally Blonde and take it from a romantic comedy to a suspense/horror type film. I found some aspects of this project to be quite challenging and some aspects to be quite enjoyable and easy. Specific … Continue reading

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First Place in Murder: Beauty Queens Gone Bad

 Drop Dead Gorgeous is a mocumentary about a teenage beauty pageant in small town America. It follows Amber Atkins (Kirsten Dunst) as she competes to be Mount Rose’s American Teen Princess. Amber faces trouble from Becky Leeman (Denise Richards) as … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Chasing Summer

Originally, I found this project very frustrating because I understood that the point was to understand the formulaic model of a cinema genre and through the use of symbols, visual and auditory, render an example of this knowledge. I was specifically frustrated … Continue reading

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MurderMind

Megamind is a family-friendly animated comedy where a villain learns to be hero. The movie concludes with Megamind, the villain, saving the city he has terrorized his entire life from sure destruction. I decided to recut the film into a … Continue reading

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Making The Cut’s

Many times I watch a movie, and completely ignore the effort that goes into making each individual shot. After this video recutting project my appreciation for the art of making movies, and movie trailers, has increased tenfold. This project was terribly frustrating at times, however it was also … Continue reading

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Shakespeare would be proud

          I’d like to start this blog post by saying I genuinely enjoyed creating a movie trailer. I choose to recut Shakespeare in Love (John Madden—not the sports tycoon, as it turns out—1998). I don’t remember … Continue reading

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When Harry Met Hermione

Theoretically, with almost 20 hours of content available, through creatively editing, I could mold the genre and theme of the eight Harry Potter movies (Chris Columbus, Sorcerer’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets; Alfonso Cuarón, Goblet of Fire; David Yates, Order … Continue reading

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