Tag Archives: Trailer

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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The Emperor’s New Meaning

Overview For my movie trailer, I chose to take the lovable henchman Kronk from “The Emperor’s New Groove” and turn him into a scary murderer. Taking a cute Disney movie and turning it into a horrifying slasher film was not … Continue reading

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“Paul and Simon” (Siron, 2012)

Overview: I decided to take the drama, mystery, and thriller movie The Sixth Sense (1999, Shyamalan), and transform it into a comedy and touching movie about a 11 years old child name Simon who recently lost his father and a … 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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The House

For my recut trailer, I transformed Step Brothers from a comedy into a horror film about two friends becoming possessed called The House. In my recut, I sequenced the shots in a way that presents Brennan and Dale as best friends … 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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The Power of the BOOM

I absolutely hate watching movie trailers. A LOT. I can’t stand knowing what is going to happen in a movie before I watch it. What’s the point of spending 90 minutes of your life watching something that was so obviously … Continue reading

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