Thursday, July 29, 2010

Miley's Been Tamed: Blog Post 3

Miley Cyrus - Can't Be Tamed

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2 comments:

  1. Very Good Video and Remake!
    Strengths:
    -Video was put together in a way that showed the points it was trying to make.
    -The remake helped make the idea of selling out to the music industry better than the original video made.

    Improvements:
    -The first minute and half did show any changes from the original.
    -Text dialogue colors were hard to read.

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  2. “Can’t Be Tamed”
    Rachael, Amy, Mike, & Hannah--
    Your revision of Rachel’s remade “Can’t be Tamed” was quite good and made a great remake even better! I thought some of the clips that were included made more sense with the added contextualization of the text on screen; however, some of the clips were seemingly recycled for hypothetical-story-scenario sake than necessary. Miley Cyrus is a perfect example of a marketable child-star, whose marketability continued as she’s grown up; however, the marketability of Cyrus is emblematic of our culture, which equates women with sex and objectifies them for profit (in a predicable way). It would have been helpful if you continued on that line instead of the “dad phone call” as a substitute for the hypothetical sister in jail scenario.
    I was glad to see you made use of additional images and used some of the ones that were once at the end, throughout the remade video.
    :o)
    Jessie

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