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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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John Unchained

I’m not sure if any of my finding – which is already anecdotal to start with – is accurate. I didn’t realize that all of the movies I found were in the fantasy, sci-fi genre and were all somewhat critically-acclaimed … Continue reading

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Less is More

Most of the trailers I watched started with a slow to medium pace, but about halfway through the pace significantly increased. When the pace increased, the shots became much shorter and revealed less information than the beginning, scene setting, shots. … Continue reading

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You Have 3 Minutes. Impress Me.

Movie Trailers. The first glimpse at any upcoming film. The initial clue that sets up consumers and the world at large for what is to come and what to expect of a film’s plot and tone and potential impression. Trailers are … Continue reading

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If only the movies were this good!

Going through and watching movie trailers for this assignment ultimately lead me to one conclusion: “Good God, I must watch all of these movies!” Though my conclusion was slightly misdirected, by watching movie trailers it’s easy to understand my thought … Continue reading

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The One Where I Spent My Halloween Watching Recut Movie Trailers

Attending a movie is all about the experience. You wait in line, buy your tickets, and grab your favorite candy and some popcorn before settling into a chair within the theater. From there, the lights dim and the commercials that … Continue reading

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Ready for My Close-Up

Let’s start at the beginning–a very good place to start, or so I hear. My name is Mason Walker, and I’m a sophomore from Dallas, Texas. I’m currently pursuing an English major, soon to be paired with a yet-to-be-decided but … Continue reading

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