Score : 95/100 Watchable Minutes: 108/128 Trailer Comparison : The trailer I saw for Vertigo on IMDb has all the best selling points to the movie wrapped up in it’s two minute run time. There’s nothing bad to say about the trailer other than it’s very much a product of it’s time. Movie or Film
Score : 88/100 Watchable Minutes: 75/87 Trailer Comparison : The trailer for Hot Rod does the usual comedy trailer thing where they put some of the best jokes in it to get people interested. The thing is, every joke in Hot Rod is hilarious so there’s plenty left to enjoy in the actual movie. Movie
Score : 79/100 Watchable Minutes: 80/107 Trailer Comparison : The trailer for The Terminator is incredibly cheesy. The voice over is hilariously bad but so representative of the time. It gets me in the mindset you have to be in to watch this type of movie. I watched this trailer before and after I watched
Score : 83/100 Watchable Minutes : All of ’em. There isn’t a wasted minute in this movie. Trailer Comparison : The trailer for Mank is decent. No matter what you think about Netflix originals, they can cut a good trailer that gives you the general vibe of the movie. It doesn’t give away too much and presents
To understand the difference between what I consider to be movies and films, check out this page here. I go in depth on what a movie is vs what a film is to me.
Instead of rating movies in just a traditional ten star system, I’ve decided to add a few more layers to my reviews. Rating System Watchable Minutes – The amount of worthwhile minutes in the total run time. My dad actually came up with this one and I think that it’s a really smart idea and