Hello all! My name is Luis Mendez and I am a Business major at the University of Nevada, Reno. I graduate in May 2012 and I'm hoping to find a job in the entertainment industry.
For the purposes of this blog, I'm going to be analyzing the marketing for current feature films and discovering who the film makers are targeting. Suggestions for improvement may also be included.
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” Snow White is back, not once but twice this year. In this first remake of the classic fairytale, the orphaned Snow White is banished to the forest after the … Continue reading
Coming off a movie that was universally panned for deciding to move forward with a 3D conversion is not an easy task. Two years ‘Clash of the Titans’ was released to mostly negative reviews and controversy over the last minute … Continue reading
Today was a big day for me. As a moderate Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson fan, I was intrigued from the moment I heard that they were cast in the upcoming ‘The Hunger Games’ movie last year. I hadn’t yet … Continue reading
The most anticipated film of the year is now here. With an estimated $19.7 mil in ticket sales at midnight, ‘The Hunger Games’ looks primed to become the biggest franchise for Hollywood since Harry Potter. Suzanne Collins wrote the story, … Continue reading
Hollywood still can’t get enough of remaking former characters for box office revenue. This time around, they chose to bring back the classic ’80s show ’21 Jump Street.’ The film stars actors Jonah Hill and the ridiculously lucky Channing Tatum … Continue reading
A movie I have been waiting for! As a writer and avid movie fan, I try to stay open about movies coming to theaters all year round. However, my favorite genre is easily horror/thriller films. Films that range from psychological, … Continue reading