MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: MISS CONGENIALITY 2

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Miss Congeniality 2…”



Posted on March 23, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: OFF THE MAP

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Off the Map”…



Posted on March 8, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: BE COOL

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Be Cool”…



Posted on March 2, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: SUMMER MOVIE PREVIEW

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris has a thing or two to say about a few of this summer’s biggest films…



Posted on February 23, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: CONSTANTINE

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Constantine”…



Posted on February 15, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: THE WEDDING DATE

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “The Wedding Date…”



Posted on February 3, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: ARE WE THERE YET?

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Are We There Yet?”



Posted on January 19, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: ELEKTRA

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Elektra”…



Posted on January 12, 2005 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS 2004 WRAP-UP

As we approach the end of the year, I thought I would jump on the bandwagon of those doing year end pieces. It’s a lazy writer’s tool, but at heart I too am a lazy writer. So I picked eight of my columns and decided to see how what I predicted compared to what the critical and box office receptions were…



Posted on December 20, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “LEMONY SNICKET’S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS”

In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Lemony Snicket”…



Posted on December 15, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “OCEAN’S TWELVE”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Ocean’s Twelve”…



Posted on December 7, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “CLOSER”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Closer”…



Posted on December 1, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “ALEXANDER”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Alexander”…



Posted on November 23, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “BRIDGET JONES: THE EDGE OF REASON”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason”…



Posted on November 10, 2004 by

MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “THE INCREDIBLES”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “The Incredibles…”



Posted on November 3, 2004 by

« Older Entries    Newer Entries »    Jump To: (3 of 6)