Analysing Movies Part 2

I've recently come across various supercuts of Tarantino movies. The three I'm interested in are below. After watching them though, I find myself being interested in the art of the supercut rather than thinking about the content. I think I'm referencing supercuts for my own supercuts much like a movie student would refer to significant movies for their own movies.

I've taken a break from editing supercuts, while focusing on my podcasts, but I think I can do an hour a day soon, just for super cutting, it's a muscle like anything else and a great way to employ Final Cut's features. All three videos were made by three individuals. Analysing Movies Part One can be found here.

I'm thinking, where I can do this as I slog through all seven seasons of Deep Space Nine. @charmso submitted this.

This supercut is pretty intense, I'm not responsible for the feelings felt here through watching it.

Close ups and sounds wouldn't be the first thing I would have thought of.

It's only with the Wes Anderson supercut that I am actually looking at the art. So enjoy that as well.

A supercut examining Wes Anderson’s use of the colors red and yellow. Edited by Rishi Kaneria (@rishikaneria). Music by Mychael Danna. Footage from: Bottle Rocket Rushmore The Royal Tenenbaums The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou The Darjeeling Limited Fantastic Mr. Fox Moonrise Kingdom The Grand Budapest Hotel Hotel Chevalier Castello Cavalcanti.