There isn’t a voice over in this trailer. The speed of the different scenes is quite fast and quickly shows you different clips from the film because the faster it goes the more clips it can show the audience the speed does alter slightly but the sound speed alter more. The very last frame tells us where it is made and the people who made the film, directors, producer etc. I would most expect to see this trailer before adult/older children’s film and before the news or a history program. I think this because the film is based on the history and it is a more adult film then something like Toy
Like pervious attempts to move away from VHS tapes, DVDs players were very costly at first. As time went on, DVD’s players became cheaper to produce and many of them where incorporated with home theater systems due to the demand of people who wanted to watch movies on their own big screen. With this boom in DVDs’ it created a demand in the movie rental marketplace. Since Blockbuster was apart of Viacom, which was a multimedia conglomerate, they were able to provide them with supplier power and buyer power. Blockbuster was able to outspend the competition, which in turn created Barriers to Entry for Rival video stores.
As people continue to encourage things that attract more viewers reality television will continue to decline. I think that reality television has declined based on the fact that over time they have gotten more violent and somehow more attractive to people. Most of these reality tv shows would not exist if we didn’t watch them. As they show something else we promote it more by viewing it more and more. However, reality television shows are not documentaries.
The reality TV shows effect on individuals can be dependent on that viewer’s individual desires and motives for watching the show in the first place. Many viewers end up living vicariously through the reality stars lives that they are watching. American Pop Culture has changed the face of reality television in our country drastically. Randee Dawn of Variety Magazine is quoted as saying “It used to be enough for reality producers to confront a contestant with a zip line over a chasm or give audiences an off - key singer to laugh at. But what succeeded in reality TV 10 or 15 years ago is not what makes the engine run today.” Dawn also states “unscripted television is evolving from its earlier cruder beginnings into something sharper.” The concept of reality television is not new; in fact it has been around since the early years of television.
Although prior to PVRs some would use commercial time to get up and do something quick, those individuals would still catch part or all of a commercial if not still hear it prior to sitting back in front of the television. More individuals did not use the time to do anything at all, but instead sat still as the commercial played. PVRs and their increased use by consumers to avoid watching advertisements from broadcast television shows will lower the demand from advertisers. The value of a television advertisement depends on the number of viewers of that advertisement, not of the shows viewership. If there are 20 million viewers of a show, but all of them
The media has a profound impact on lives of an average human as they spend more than 6-7 hours each day exposed to all sorts of media. Music is evidently one of the main types of media but its effects on our brain are often underplayed against that of television or films. Music is a mechanism that produces results that vary in different time periods; music in 1970s is drastically different to that of now. However, the trend that music is following nowadays seems to point towards a less-‘virtuous’ future. This change of morality in the general music industry combined with the increasing influence of media could easily interfere with our moldable youths’ development.
Hollywood is an industry constantly trying to push the envelope of sensitive subjects that may be too sensitive for people to talk about in their day-to-day lives. Whether a movie is made about drugs, sex, violence, religion, sex, alcoholism, torture, there are so many topics that filmmakers and movie producers have used in their films. In some cases these subjects are talked to about only to bring attention to this specific subject. The goal is to make the audience actually think about this subject instead of leaving in the back of their mind. Sometimes the filmmaker takes it upon himself to create a movie about this subject only to “bridge the gap”, try and let the viewer realize that maybe what is being portrayed in this film isn’t as bad as the viewer may believe.
There is also a considerably more amount of money involved in making a movie. you have to make the scenes, hire the actor, pay the workers, directors, producers, buy the advertisements pay for the reels that the movies are made on, and last but not least they either have to make their own story, or buy the rights from the original author of the story they decide to use. * Besides the obvious , movies condense books for time and economic reasons. The movie may also contain scenes that are not in the book. This is done for several reasons which include the idea that an addition to the movie may enhance the story.
The list is endless for the amount of information transported into our homes every day, changing the way people live and react to life situations It also began to homogenize tastes, styles, and points of view among different groups in the United States. Class and ethnic distinctions in American culture began to fade as mass media transmitted movies and music to people throughout the United States. Some people criticized the growing uniformity of mass culture for lowering the general standard of taste, since mass media sought to please the largest number of people by appealing to simpler rather than more complex tastes. However, culture became more democratic as modern technology and mass media allowed it to reach more people. Some countries, such as France, resist this influence because they see it as a threat to their unique national culture.
Psychological and sociological studies continuously reveal that TV programming including advertising can have negative influence on the American youth. In recent years, the number of children and teenagers watching television has increased significantly. Lack of parental involvement has led the American youth exposed to violent, pornographic, and unintelligent programming. Unfortunately, there are major interests that respond to monetary gain by keeping this media outlet still operational than actually safeguard children and teenagers healthy mind. As a result on this family and society negligence on our youth, many children and teenagers have psychological problems that are expressed in different ways through inappropriate cognitive development and deviant behavior.