I guess the first thing that came to mind is how god damn long your intro's are. For fucks sake, they shouldnt be almost half the video.
Here's a harsh lesson I learned years ago: No one cares about your intro's
I keep them to a minimum 3 seconds and I think you should follow suit
geeez, there's alot that I could criticize and give advice about.
I guess to for one, get better at animating text. the way you animate "eminent films" at 0:38 is really boring
you need to use a technique called "easing"
this video part at 1:50 ---> https://youtu.be/dY4K9MYDw5E?t=1m50s
I dont know how sophisticated your video editor is, I use Vegas Pro 14 myself and it has something that I can manually animate like in that video.
The biggest thing I want to you to learn from the youtube video is the concept of animating your text in a similar or other more exciting ways
watch the intro of that video to see the results of what im looking for.
I guess the last advice Im going to give is to study graphic design and learn to choose better colors, the logo colors are kinda ugly. I gues if you like the lime color, thats fine
but the red is too saturated and doesn't match the lime
HOWEVER the background neon green you have for your video is horrendous. Jesus Christ why, just have a plain white background if your not going to put anything on it or something less saturated.
honetly, just make this a podcast type of thing without video. Ditch the pointless long intro's and get better mics.