Tag Archives: Trailers

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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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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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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A re-cut trailer is a parody trailer for a movie created by editing footage from that movie or from its original trailers, and thus are a form of mash up. You take music or the background audio from one movie, and play that with a cut part … 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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From the Creator of Seth McDebit.

It’s just too easy to make that connection.  That and I am never opposed to plugging Seth McDebit (Which I have to italicize, apparently.  Done in by my own creation).

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How Cliché

In 2011, Hans Zimmer created an amazing soundtrack for the movie Inception. 
It complemented the tone of the movie so well, because it demanded emotion from the audience, and forced everyone to feel the stress of the the situations projected … 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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I love the way I hate you

Movie trailers and I have a great love/hate relationship. I really enjoy watching them as they seem to make any movie interesting. That is what I love about them. However the point of the movie trailer is to suck the … Continue reading

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Trailer Park

After watching these eleven trailers, I was able to find several common themes among them all. The first of these themes was that every trailer used very short shots that were quickly paced. In addition some of the trailers used … Continue reading

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