Originally Posted by ChrisTrack
This is great, I agree that bloopers can be SOMETIMES my most favorite things to watch at the end of the movie because it does add that personable touch to it.
Another related point I'd like to bring up is that this related to something that beens called "bum video marketing" it somewhat achieves the same effect of bloopers in making a video more personable. The video is made to look low quality and as if it were recorded with a regular home video camera instead of in a professional studio.
I'm going to go a little off topic but I remember when the sitcom show "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" was on t.v. and at the end, they showed a few bloopers. Myself, I like how we get to see the person on t.v. or in a video have a sense of humor or actually not be mr. perfect all the time.
Makes me want to watch another show or another video.
On the other hand, if someone makes bloopers on purpase it can tend to send the wrong message and the video won't be that effective in what it's about.