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HOW TO DO VISUAL COMEDY (Like Edgar F*cking Wright)

In this incredibly well done analysis of the brilliant visual comedy direction by director Edgar Wright, Tony Zhou explains why most of the comedy offerings from Hollywood is an example of lazy film-making, and how, if those in charge could only take some inspiration from what Wright is doing, we, the audience, could experience a full-blown comedic explosion that would kick our asses.

I don’t hold out much hope of that ever happening, but I truly appreciate what Zhou is saying…and so will you.

Video after the break.


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