First, the trailer uses fantasy to engage the reader by making the reader think about how Michael J. Fox is experiencing this change to him, and how to learns to adapt to life since he has become a wolf among high schoolers. In the trailer, Michael J. Fox is in a scene where he is running into the bathroom. He looks into the mirror and sees his faces starting to change, then the very next second, we see that he is not a werewolf. In addition to him being a wer...
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... as Michael J. Fox dancing on top of a van while playing “Surfin’ USA.” Throughout watching the trailer for the first-time, I was in love with the comedy and fantasy the trailer was showing me. That is because the trailer was tailored to apply to a younger audience. Most adults today would not have found the movie trailer funny or fantastical. Most of the adults today, would actually would have found comedy in making fun the trailer. This is because humor changes with time. In today’s day, people might find it funny how older movies had bad sound effects, and visual effects. In 1985, the makeup, the special effects, and the sound effects all would have been top of the line. This would ensure that the comedy would have been used to its best of its ability, and the makeup would ensure that people would believe in the fantasy and want find out more about the teen wolf.
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