The adventure and search of the treasure was an essential scene that should have been in the movie because, it shows how the treasure was found and its ties with Injun Joe. Besides that, the movie p... ... middle of paper ... ... fingertip. That is until he revealed that this isn’t his first engagement. Both the movie and the book honored Tom’s cheeky, tricking, and clever ways that left us laughing and smirking. Although the movie missed an important scene, it managed to pull the audience back in through the action scenes and one charming main character.
And as with all great stories, this one has a happy ending. This is one of those movies that is either loved or despised. Its ideas so powerful and moving, libertarians around the world have dawned V’s Guy Fawkes mask in protest of corrupt governments. There are subversive groups that use these masks to represent their cause while concealing their identities. This is a great and influential motion picture, but its controversial nature causes it to be despised by many.
One of the main things a movie must be is enjoyable and this movie is that. It provides an escape from real life where we are constantly searching for a problem into a world where the biggest problems are solved by magic. From beginning to end this movie will have your mind wandering and searching for every possible explanation for what you have just seen. With a fantastic cast, fun special effects and the twists that keep you on the edge of your seat this PG-13 film hits the market demand right on point.
Gordon-Levitt plays Arthur, the right hand man of Cobb, whose fight scenes in zero-.g provide a thrilling and electrifying impact to this movie. To conclude, Inception is a no-brainer, not only for a science fiction enthusiast, but also extending and expanding to general masses. It takes science fiction to the next level of movie production and will go a long way to correct the myth around the genre, which says that science fiction has to revolve around the clichéd space opera or technology theme. Its contributing special effects and some astonishing performance by the various actors definitely added a pro to the movie. The response by both the critics and general audience is a true representation of the success, which the director Christopher Nolan had taken a gamble on, without history to support him.
The result is a movie of intense fascination; we understand quickly enough who the characters are and what their lives are like, but we have no idea how they will behave, because so much depends on accident. Most movies enact rituals; we know the form and watch for variations. "Crash" is a movie with free will, and anything can happen. Because we care about the characters, the movie is uncanny in its ability to rope us in and get us involved. "Crash" was directed by Paul Haggis, whose screenplay for "Million Dollar Baby" led to Academy Awards.
He has revolutionized the motion picture industry with the films he has directed. Scorsese has a unique approach in directing his films. Lastly, Scorsese’s favorite actor to star in his films is Robert DeNiro, who is by far my favorite actor of all time. This topic holds much value to me because movies are an escape from reality that I enjoy. I do not believe many people realize how influential movies and all other media are.
Personally I really like the film I believe that what the film is about is basically going after whatever moves you. I am almost certain that the way I see Mr. Brain Wash is not the way most of the people see him. While it's true that by the end of the film we are not sure if he is a real artist or not, at the same time we can understand the "secret" of his overnight success. Thierry Guetta is a daredevil, he is fearless, he needs a motivation and freedom at the same time as he said in the documentary.
Inception was one of the films that make you question what is reality compared to a dream. Christopher Nolan does an amazing job on having the viewers really think about what is going on throughout the whole movie. Nolan uses different angle shots, crazy rotations, and a great story to have this amazing film hit theaters. This film was not only to have viewers question “what is reality,” but it also is a rollercoaster ride throughout the whole entire film. Inception means implanting an idea into someone’s mind by entering someone’s dream.
Underneath the hilarity of the film lies a message not just about the lengths that actors will go for an Oscar but to be your authentic self and everything will work out. The movie also exploits the stereotypical American “Celebrity “. Throughout the film they poke fun at Hollywood and the actors within Hollywood. In the film it’s hard to detect reality from fiction because of the comedic element and editing choices. Overall, when comparing the film within the film we can clearly see the difference in the acting and filming choices.
Both movies I mentioned have won Oscars and are great films in their own right. However, they have issues that makes someone double take or doubt an otherwise great film. Sicario, has seemingly learned from these mistakes and has strayed clear of such obstacles by exhibiting an entirely boots on the ground approach to a frequently discussed and dramatized