Movie Clips Excite Movie Goers

We all love to watch a movie especially if the movie is well-written. We can actually tell if we like it or not by the advanced movie clips or teasers shown before the actual showing date. That is why they are important especially trailers as it build the interest of movie goers. It can be a double-edged sword though because some good movies have bad trailers and so it does not catch on especially on the first few days when the numbers to the producers are quite important. Although, if it is a good movie and word gets around, other movie goers will be able to hear of it and watch it.

The truth is movies have been made successful just by word of mouth advertising and movie clips. Gimmicks by movie stars come a close second to it. That is why movie producers spend so much for it. Movie clips are the best form of advertising when it comes to movies. You can even see most of the movie clips uploaded on YouTube. So some have watched it over and over again and wait for the movie showing.

Some short films were inspired by trailers. If you will notice even if the trailers are just movie clips, it will already tell the story of the film. It should be able to spark the interest of the movie goers without giving away too much. It is crucial and important. There are even some movies who had great trailers but the movie goers end up disappointed. So, I suppose the producers and everything behind the movie making industry should be able to make great movies and great trailers.

Movie Review: A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas

If you haven’t seen the trailer for the movie A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas then it is my pleasure to inform you that this movie shows a lot of fun and antics; however, everyone that has seen this trailer is hoping that the movie can live up to its wonderful promises. By reading this movie review, you will be able to determine if it is a movie that you want to see when it is released in time for the Christmas holiday.
Returning for their third adventure, Harold and Kumar are lighting up the Christmas trees right in front of your face. Created by Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz, the character of Harold Lee is created to be a Korean American investment banker that lives in New Jersey. This character is played by John Cho in all the films of Harold and Kumar.

Kumar Patel on the other hand is an Indian student that lives in New Jersey as well. He lives with his family that is made up of his brother Saikat Patel and his father. Created by Hayden Schlossberg and Jon Hurwitz, the character of Kumar is played by ken Penn.

The trailer that has been released of A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas shows these two men up to their usual antics as they go about their day to day lives with Neil Patrick Harris, who plays himself. Looking back at the two’s adventure in Guantanamo Bay, you will remember that the two caused an unforgivable accident when they accidentally burnt down Harold’s father in law’s treasured Christmas tree.
After seeing the first two movies with these two men, you would have already decided if this movie is for you or not and with that decision in mind you will either be looking forward to the new release or not. Everyone that has seen the trailer has a comment on this film and most are saying that the 3D quality is too hollow, and too crisp. However, the two major stars are back in for the third part and they are come stronger than ever.

However, if you want to be able to make an unbiased decision on this movie, it is advised that you wait for the red-band trailer that will show this movie in better quality and give more. The trailer that has been released teases the viewers and leaves them wanting more, which is the idea for every trailer; however, to judge for yourself, watch the trailer and see what you think.

This movie is set to be released on November 4th of this year.

Back to the Future Movie Shows how to Connect Your Flux Capacitor & Find Your Jiggawat Jackpot

Annette Moser-Wellman, in her book, The Five Faces of Genius: The Skills to Master Ideas at Work, identifies five creative thinking styles or processes of ideation. The metaphors she uses to describe these creative tools are the Seer, the Observer, the Alchemist, the Fool and the Sage. Wellman shares a story about Albert Einstein to explain the importance of the creative face she calls the Seer.

Seers pay attention to the pictures in their mind’s eye. Albert Einstein’s radical, new theory of relativity began as an image he had as a young man when he pondered the picture of someone riding on a wave of light. He wondered, “What would the landscape look like as the person traveled through space?” Einstein paid attention to his new image of space and time. Pondered it. Cherished it. The 1985 Steven Spielberg movie, Back to the Future, is an allegorical story that alludes to Albert Einstein’s light-speed vision that occurred in the moments when he was riding in a streetcar and looked back at Bern’s clock tower. Einstein had moved to Bern, Switzerland in 1902 at the age of 22 from his hometown in Germany, carrying all his worldly belongings in a single suitcase.

Applying his new theory Einstein decided the clock would appear to him to have stopped, while the watch in his pocket also traveling at the speed of light would continue to run at the same time. This confirmed his idea that time is not the same for all observers when objects approach the speed of light.

Spielberg’s movie highlights the Seer’s creative ability. As Wellman explains it, the creative genius of the Seer breaks through by staying focused on their image. In Einstein’s case, he allowed himself to stay obsessed with the image of traveling at the speed of light.

Back to the Future both entertains and enlightens. It’s a modern-day parable about the cycle of time and clearing away negativity from the past can lead to a better future. It takes place in the small, modern town of Hill Valley. The Mayor, with the help of the local preservation society, wants to replace the clock in the town’s clock tower, which stopped almost 30 years ago when it was hit by lightening. Michael J. Fox’s character, Marty McFly, is a Teenager from Hill Valley whose parents are caricatures of low self-esteem. His father is so timid he can barely communicate, and his mother makes herself oblivious with alcohol.

Marty hangs out with a reclusive scientist named Doc Emit Brown, whom his high school principal says Marty should stay away from, or he’ll turn out to be a loser just like his father. Doc Brown is conducting a temporal experiment involving sending his dog, Einstein, on a journey through time in the Delorean with a clock attached to his collar. The Delorean is a sports car Brown has turned into a time travel machine. When the Delorean (operated by remote control) reaches the speed of 88 miles per hour it enters hyperspace, and Einstein, the dog, instantaneously becomes the world’s first time traveler. One minute later the Delorean returns and amazingly Einstein’s clock hasn’t changed! The heart of Doc’s vision, the Flux Capacitor, is what makes time travel in the Delorean possible. Brown’s challenge, however, is that the Delorean needs plutonium to run – or 121 jigawatts of electricity!

Where does he find the needed plutonium? Libyan Nationalists (terrorists) who later shoot Doc Brown because they want their plutonium back! But don’t worry, in the story Marty uses a small remaining supply of plutonium to go back in time to save Brown’s life by warning him just minutes ahead of time. In doing so Marty returns to an earlier Hill Valley and he meets his parents when they were teenagers. While he’s there he intervenes in their lives and changes their future, and thus his own.

After this Marty is able to return to his own time, even though he is out of plutonium, with the help of a younger Doc Brown who harnesses the power of lightening, which Marty knows will hit the Hill Valley Clock Tower at exactly 2 minutes after midnight. This provides enough energy (121 jiggawatts of electricity) to kick-start the Delorean into hyperspace. Finally, Marty returns in triumph to the Hill Valley of the present to find that Doc Brown has been saved by a precautionary, bullet-proof vest and Marty’s parents are now confident, successful people.

Doc Brown’s creative skill as a Seer and the dream he had thirty years ago made all this possible. He was standing on the edge of the toilet hanging a clock in the bathroom, when he slipped, fell and hit his head on the sink. When he came to, he had a revelation – A Vision: The Flux capacitor, which is the heart of his creative invention and what makes time travel possible. It took him almost 30 years to realize the vision of that day. This happened because, like Albert Einstein, he stayed focused on his image and allowed it to live into the future.

This charming allegorical story is a modern day parable of dreams and the amazing power they have to lead us into the future. Doc Brown dreamed of a kind of heart (The Flux Capacitor) that would allow energy to flow past time barriers! The hidden message here is that we too can choose to open our hearts and minds to a new world of exciting possibilities. Like Marty, this intra-personal connectivity has a way of grounding us and clearing away negativity so we can receive the power of love to breakthrough to our own Jiggawatt Jackpot!