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Great Job, Internet!: Learn the formula for making a blockbuster movie trailer

When watching the trailers that precede any big summer action flick, it can sometimes feel like you’ve just watched the same 2-3 minute clip four times in a row. Either due to laziness or some sort of esoteric marketing science, every new trailer tends to hit the exact same visual and emotional beats, ultimately leaving the viewer with a bland taste in their mouth. Now, thanks to a new instructional video, you can experience the benefits of that same repetitive formula without having to worry yourself with plot, characters, or even a real movie.
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