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.
Watching a Kevin Smith film is like jumping into a puddle of pop culture. This is because he has packed his movies with real to life factors, such as love and relationships, jobs, friends, and there is always some form of reference to movies themselves (meaning the video store in Clerks, the movie being made in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back). “Smith clearly has his hand on the pulse of his generation (“X” marks the spot). His observations about comic books, video games, and other aspects of life in the ‘90s are as insightful as they often are scathing. But this is nothing new – it was evident in both Clerks and Mallrats.
They judged ŒStar Wars' on its ability to draw on classic styles and timeless stories to create something new and absolutely original. The main factor in both of their positive reviews is the skill of writer and director George Lucas to blend the old with the new. They were both impressed with his miraculously fresh configuration of many different themes from classic film and mythic origin into a cohesive and entertaining movie. He has achieved a witty and exhilarating synthesis of themes and cliches from the Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers comics and serials, plus such related but less expected sources as the western, the pirate melodrama, the aerial combat melodrama and the samurai epic. The movie's irresistible stylistic charm derives from the fact that Lucas can draw upon a variety of action-movie sources with unfailing deftness and humor.
He used sound to appeal to our senses so we can hear suspense of happiness. He also used lighting to appeal to our sense of sight so we can be put on edge when it is low key, or keep us in a sense tranquility and happiness when it is high key. Finally, he used camera angles & positions to show what the character sees from their point of view. Tim Burton really is a dynamic director and producer who knows how to make varieties of audiences feel what he feels when creating his immaculate movies with incredible effects.
From the beginning the audience is told," buckle up, this Romeo and Juliet ride is going to be like no other Shakespeare you've ever ridden." This movie supports the notion that the stage is an actor's medium and the cinema is the director's. Romeo and Juliet is a feast for the eyes and does a great job of engaging the audience with the story at all times through various cinematic techniques and tricks which make understanding Shakespeare fun, interesting, fresh and easy. Visually dynamic, and edited with a sense of urgency, most movie-goers will get caught up in the story and forget that they are listening to the Bard. It is Shakespeare's words and text, however, the sights and sounds are as clearly, possibly overshadowing, telling the same parallel story.
Have you ever seen Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, or Sleepy Hollows? If you have seen those, you should know, Tim Burton loves to keep his audience on their feet. Tim Burton has an impressive list of dark-themed and mysterious movies that are fans’ favorite. He uses many cinematic techniques to keep his audience thrilled with bone-chilling vibes. The creative use of his cinematic techniques are shown in movies such us Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands.
The notion that analysis kills the joy of watching a good movie is unfounded; such analysis enhances the viewer’s overall experience by providing criteria with which to judge the quality of the film. All of these aforementioned ideas have been analyzed in detail, with the conclusion that film and childhood have a complex and natural relationship, which must be analyzed to truly be appreciated. Works Cited Cornet, Roth. "Steven Spielberg Envisioned ‘Harry Potter’ As An Animated Franchise." Screen Rant n.d., n. pag.
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.
Analysis of the Opening Scene of the 1996 Film Version of Romeo and Juliet Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film version of the popular 1600s Shakespearian play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was hugely successful with modern audiences. Due to the film techniques used, it was able to capture the viewers’ attention and imagination. Also the way that he made the old language accessible to the modern audience by “freeing it from its cage of obscurity”. This movie won in the Berlin International Film Festival the awards for Best actor (Leonardo Dicaprio) and the Alfred Bauer Prize. It also got nominations in the Academy Awards for Best Art Direction (Catherine Martin) and Set Decoration (Brigitte Broch).
After numerous viewings, I have come to appreciate the contributions of film editor Valdis Oskarsdottir and cinematographer Ellen Kuras (Wikipedia). I believe it is their ability to put together the movie with an overlay of story that helps to give the movie its punch, and its depth. For me, this film is unerasable. WORKS CITED 1. IMDb http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0338013/trivia 2.