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WATCH: Ti West Explains Why Really Great Movies Can’t Have Great Trailers

WATCH: Ti West Explains Why Really Great Movies Can't Have Great Trailers

In 1981 Steven Spielberg and George Lucas paid homage to the adventure serials of the thirties and forties and in doing so gave a hot-foot to contemporary action films. Spielberg’s brilliant staging of the familiar clichés from those beloved B-movies gave them a new lease on life and captivated younger audiences, who showed up to the theaters in droves. Starring Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, the bookish archaeologist and sometime action hero with a pathological fear of snakes (of course there are many snakes in this film). John Williams contributed the rousing score and Douglas Slocombe provided immaculate widescreen photography fit for a David Lean epic.

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