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A Titanic Named Blood Diamond

Overviews This is definitely not the one directed by Edward Zwick and starring Leonardo DiCaprio in 2006. DiCaprio is still starred in this one, however. I tried to make a recut trailer for Titanic (James Cameron, 1997) and named the new … Continue reading

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The Legend of Ron Burgundy: AngerMan

Overview To start, I will just say that despite my lack of knowledge on video editing and usual disdain for anything that requires me to think creatively, I found a unique sense of pleasure in doing this project. For my … Continue reading

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Stop Being So Funny, Jim Carrey. Just Stop.

Overview For my recut trailer I transformed Dumb & Dumber (Peter Farrelly, 1994), a ridiculously idiotic and totally hilarious comedy, into a drama. Despite never having worked with Adobe Premiere prior to this assignment, I had a lot of fun … Continue reading

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It’s How You Show It

The movie industry is one of the biggest sources for entertainment in modern society.  There are horror films, comedy films, action films, and drama films, and they all pretty much entice the audience for the exact same purpose-to make a … Continue reading

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Why I go to the movies

Wow. I just spent the last 30 minutes watching movie trailers and I am blown away by how amazing they all are. Even less interesting movies have incredible trailers, due to their use of the more interesting or more funny … Continue reading

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Selling a Movie in the Editing Room

The purpose of a movie trailer is simple – to sell people on spending money to see that particular movie. Various factors such as plot, actors, and release date play a major role in whether consumers will see a movie … Continue reading

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