RT @ebertchicago: If only Hitchcock had made the trailer for Nolan’s “Inception.”

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“A fan-made trailer for Christopher Nolan’s latest film, ‘INCEPTION’, modeled after the trailers of Alfred Hitchcock’s films from the 1940′s and 50′s! The audio is picked from the trailers of ‘Rear Window’, ‘Spellbound’ and ‘Vertigo’. The words are my own, but those are just like what they normally cover the entire screen with. Music from those three trailers too. It’s so fascinating to see how movie trailers have evolved over the years. See this video and see the real trailer; you can see how things have changed over half a decade! Comments, ratings, suggestions all welcome!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5EBvRjh63Y

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