Art, Music and Film are all very important and influential aspects of my life. Although all three affect me in very progressive ways, none however compare to the experiences, emotions and interactions made in my everyday routine.
My name is Derek Nochefranca and this is my art. A reflection of myself. I hope you enjoy.
This guy gets it. It’s not that hard to piece together each scene scattered across the trailer. The Amazing Spider-man 2 is the latest one I have a HUGE issue with. There is an ABSURD amount of trailers for a film that they only had to show one shot of Spider-man swinging through a city to sell me. Not only do we have each and every villain and cameo already shown to us, but also a key plot point that will shock fans and only comic book readers will know.
This isn’t just a rant because I’m a “comic book nerd” or “oh yeah, Derek WOULD complain about that,” but that goes for every damn trailer. Terminator Salvation would have been a HUGE twist if only the trailer didn’t already tell us Sam Worthington is a Terminator. Even the new “Neighbors” trailer with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron has a new TV spot that shows more comedy and gags than I need to know. This is why you walk in a comedy film and get zero laughs at moments that could have been incredibly delivered if it wasn’t for the trailer doing it first. Disney is really good with their marketing. All you really have to do is say “New Disney Princess Film” and people come running. Why can’t X-men Days of Future Past do this? X-men is a franchise with the same amount of weight and recognition as Disney, so why show us every goddamn key moment and release a new still from the movie everyday? Stop it. I’m tired of the laziness and money hungry studios in the Movie-Making Industry. Enough with the action-packed trailers and enough of the recycled Photoshop movie posters. We need more creative minds. I’d gladly take the job.