This movie was produced by Summit Entertainment Studios; a Lionsgate Company, the same producers of “Juno”. This film is based on the critically acclaimed novel written by Stephen Chbosky. The main character, Charlie, is played by Logan Lerman who is famous for his latest role as Percy in the Percy Jackson series. Lerman’s infamous co-star is none other than the beloved Emma Watson, who will undoubtedly remain an acting legend for her portrayal as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series. This movie is classified under many genres. It can be classified as a comedy, teen drama, and a romance film. The target audience for this film is primarily teenagers and young adults. They’re attracted to the id...
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...et him in”, you also learn his new friends names through the use of these slides. Slides like these are a very productive advertising tool as the viewer must read the slide and therefore engage themselves mentally and wholly into the trailer.
I feel this trailer does a fantastic job of portraying the movie. The trailer really focuses on subconsciously pulling the viewers emotions towards specific aspects that can be transferred from generation to generation. I feel that they could have alluded more to the story line, and the climax of the film, as it seemed to just be a beginning and then abruptly happy ending with little to no problem in between. I would definitely go see this movie based on the trailer. I chose this trailer for that reason specifically. This trailer fascinated me and is the sole factor that compelled me to go and see the actual film in theaters.
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