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Do movie trailers impact your impression about the movie you're about to see?
Do you find that movie trailers are not consistent with the genre or theme of the movie you've paid to see? Do you wonder what have I got myself into?
Going to the movies is rare for me, so the trailers make or break my trip to the theaters. If the trailer doesn't look good, I will not be going. If the film doesn't resemble what the trailer was like, then it ruins the experience.
When I was younger I was more impressed with the quick cutaway shots, loud music, funny lines, and action sequences. I grew tired of going to see a movie only to learn they showed all "the good parts" in the trailer!
However the older I got and the more I understood marketing I started to read more reviews from people who posted their thoughts online. I also take into account who is in the movie as well as those who are behind the scenes such as the director and producer. If I've enjoyed their body of work for the most part then I'm far more likely to give a movie a shot.
As for getting the "unexpected" that is what I'm hoping for! A surprising twist that I did not see coming and yet it makes logical sense.
Two examples that stand out in my mind are "The Sixth Sense". I thought I was going to see a horror or spooky movie but it turned out to be something much more better. The twist at the end with Bruce Willis' character caught everyone in the theatre by surprise.
When I went to see "Million Dollar Baby" it was primarily to see Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman. I thought it was about a gruff boxing manager and upstart woman boxer. However it turned out to be something much more powerful about father & daughter relationships as well as life and death decisions. Everyone in the theatre was emotionally moved.
I suppose it is difficult to advertise enough to entice people to come see the movie while holding back the best part. To me the most disappointing thing a movie can be is "predictable". If I've figured out every plot twist in the first 10 minutes I know it will be a waste of my time. Another let down is when there is a contrived ending with a bunch of plot holes in a horrible attempt surprise the audience.
While trailers don't have a final say on whether I see a movie or not, they do have considerable sway in whether or not I have a good feeling about the movie. If the trailer looks promising and the story seems interesting, I usually feel good about going. If the trailer stinks but the story still seems good, I would go anyway. If the trailer is great but the movie seems shallow and stale, then I won't let a one-minute montage influence my overall decision.
by OSBERT JOEL C3 years ago
Is sharing movie trailers in youtube on my blog violation of Google Adsense policies?Can I share movie trailers in youtube on my blog?By doing so, am I violating the policies of Google Adsense?
by ipod-lounge3 years ago
Are you going to see Iron Man 2 Movie?
by sharrie697 years ago
My fiance is a big teardrop trailer fan..could you do some posts on your trailers please? Thanks!
by dorota bbb5 years ago
i need to buy car insurance for 3 days.will it cover my trailers?
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