Mashing up Finding Nemo and Taken. Genius.
A well done recut that just goes to show how powerfully subjective editing can be and thus renewing my general distrust of marketing and movie trailers in general.
Also, it’s awesome.
Backpedaling slightly after having mostly posted article links during the last week or so. Inversely, its mostly video content at the moment, so here’s three more random lots of them.
First is fake supercut/recut trailer for “Chuck Norris: The Movie”.
Next, a rather smart fellas re-redition of the original Super Mario Bros. game in 3D:
And lastly, I’ve had no idea how to post this, but essentially, it’s like the many, many, many hidden camera gotcha! videos that’s all over youtube at the moment, but the appeal to this humourous video is that it’s really the lovely ‘host/prankster’ who is the most awkward subject as he tries to use Blink-182 lyrics as pick-up lines.
On a bit of an editing thing lately and what better way to exhibit this, than three video demonstrations of how the process can drastically alter the original intention of a work.
First, one from the fan-editor’s fodder favourite:
A classic re-edit of a classic (and a prime example of why I almost never bother to watch trailers).
And finally, something a bit more cheeky…
I used to love these way back when at university times when I was heavily into editing and the results were just plain awesome.
This is the winner of “Camp Kuleshov”, a competition between assistant editors to take a movie and cut it down into a trailer for a completely different type of genre film. I’d say what they did with Jaws here is quite the bit of fun, even though there’s some compositing work at play.