Movie- Lone survivor
Personally I don't think this poster is an attention getter simply because there are plain boring colors that don't pop out at you. I have seen this movie so I know what its about but for people that haven't seen it the poster really doesn't say much. It looks like there's a guy hiding or peeking behind a tree, it doesn't say who or what he is hiding from or if he is hiding. All the movie poster says is lone survivor so people could think its a movie about surviving in the wilderness or surviving anything. It just leaves you wondering but that could make you want to see it or it could make you careless for the movie. I would say that the poster really doesn't make people want to see it because it doesn't really say what its about. So I would give this movie poster a bade rating because it doesn't tell you what the movie is about and because its boring and has bland colors on it.
Movie Trailer review
If I had not seen this movie before I would think its like all the other fast and furious movies where they get the team together and do a mission that involves fast cars,cops and breaking the law except this time I would think its all the same except now there trying to get back a family member or a team member and they have to go through great lengths to get her back. And because of the tank I would say that now the army is involved and now for a change they are on the good guy side.
Top three marketing stratigies
Movie posters are advertisements and the goal of a poster is to sell the movie or make you want to see it. It does this by, having the movie title in a big and bold font. Images of the movie, big time actors are usually shown. In addition the actors' names are most likely included somewhere on the poster to remind you that the movie. Designs, colors, and fonts are used to show the mood and tone of the film. And the poster probably includes a catchy sentence or slogan that gets your interest and makes the plot seem intriguing. The visual elements on a movie poster can give off powerful messages. The best posters may make you super excited for an upcoming release. The worst ones may not have a effect on you at all. By looking at movie posters, you can get a better understanding of the type of movie it is and it should effectively grab the attention of people wanting to see movies and sell the movie's story before viewers see it for theaters.
Gives you a small glimpse of the movie to show you what it is about. It lets you know where the movie takes place and whose in it and whats gonna be happening throughout the movie.
Gives you up to date information about actors,location, new up coming events, social events, release date and just everything you need to know about the movie.
Good merchandise and bad merchandise
Movie one (Good merchandise)- Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody, a talking dog who is the smartest living thing in the world, and his adopted boy Sherman. On Shermans first day of school, Sherman meets a girl and an incident occurs with her and this classmate is named Penny Peterson. The adoption agency lets Peabody know that they will reclaim Sherman if any more incidents occur at school. To complicate this problem, Peabody invites the Petersons over to "break the ice." After Sherman's misuse of their time traveling WABAC machine to impress/show off to Penny and it has disastrous results, it is up to them to put things on track before the space time continuum is destroyed.
This would be a good movie to make merchandise for because it appeals to children and so they could take the characters of the film and turn them in to toys, and they could make clothing and other apparel with scenes and characters from the movie. You could charge $10-$25 for clothing and other apparel and you could charge $15-$35 for toys and as long as its not outrageously priced parents will buy the clothes for there kids because they think its cute and they could sell the toys easily because all kids want toys and with birthdays and holidays you would sell even more and just the casual buying it to make the kids happy. this would also help promote the movie big time because they would have the name of the movie on all the clothing and other people would see people wearing the clothing and they might think its interesting so they might go out with there family and go to the movie. The toys would also help promote the movie by getting people used to the charters and what not and that might make them want to go out and see the movie.All that makes for huge sales and big profit so thats why this movie would be good for merchandise.
Movie two (Bad merchandise)-
300: Rise of An Empire
Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.
This movie would be a bad movie for merchandise because it appeals to older people and the best audience to sell to is kids because its easy to get children to like and want something so you can sell simple stupid merchandise but when it comes to adults they don't wanna spend there money on something cheap and simple. Adults look to spend there money on something useful so its just pointless to make merchandise on a movie like this. Very little sales and hardly any profit.
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The movie- Need For Speed
Based on a very succesful video gam franchise, DreamWorks Pictures' "Need for Speed" captures the thrills of the game in a realistic setting. Need for Speed taps into what makes the American myth of the open road and high speed cop chases so exciting. The story is a near impossible cross country race against time and it begins as a mission for revenge, but ends up being a mission of redemption. In a last attempt to save his struggling shop, mechanic Tobey Marshall who with his team skillfully builds and races muscle cars on the side he partners with wealthy, arrogant ex NASCAR driver Dino Brewster. Just as a major sale to car broker Julia Bonet looks like it will save the business, a disastrous, unsanctioned race results in Dino framing Tobey for murder.