Watch How Over Analyzing Movies Can Make Them Better

Film school students are notorious for it, experienced filmmakers are quiet about it, and you’re average Joe doesn’t realize they do it, but there’s a time in life where we all over analyze a great movie. But is over analyzing annoying? Or could it be artistic?

Youtube channel, Now You See It recently uploaded a video talking about the subjectivity of films, and the ability for the audience to come up with their own conclusions that can differ from a director’s intentions.

For example, many people think King Kong (1933) is an interesting depiction of the slave trade in America, however the creator’s behind the movie claim there was no intent for that. However when you watch it with that theory in mind, essentially over analyzing the movie, it becomes something that stands out more.

Do you over analyze movies? Check out this video and see how creative you can get while watching movies when you over analyze a movie!

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