I think there must be some legal issues around making video essays. Like so many people now are making them and uploading them on youtube. Maybe famous people on youtube should have legal licenses or some kind of permission about their enterprise, but not-so-famous ones may not but are ignored because of the large number of people who do this. It depends on how much youtube or any other video uploading webpage restricts those who have no licenses and are considered as illegal activity technically. In my opinion of respecting films, they should have certain allowance to use and clip films in any ways. I like the idea of video essays though, which can make people who are not interested in movies become into movies.:)
“I think it’s safe to say that we can learn just as much, if not more, from a movie that doesn’t work than one that works perfectly,” says the narrator as it opens. “For that reason, I believe we can call Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ a perfect candidate for perfect inspection — a big reason being a lot of this movie does work.” For every horrifying scene and interesting idea at work in the film, however, our narrator argues that the movie is still less than the sum of its parts.
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