Choosing Robert DeNiro for movies like Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and Casino was brilliant. Martin Scorsese really is responsible for changing my expectations when I view a film. When I watch a movie familiar to his genre of film, I use his films to compare, which I don’t believe is right, but his films are classics to me. To me, newer films will never compare to the work of Scorsese because society and culture are different, many ideas have already been done, and they just don’t make movies like they used to. I realize that movies he made will always be my favorites and I will never hesitate when someone asks, “Who is your favorite director?”
Any film that can create such a mind boggling journey deserves a merit. It’s a difficult task to make a film that addresses a serious issue and to use such extraordinary techniques to take the audience on a ride they will never forget, but Moore seems to have mastered it in his film Bowling for Columbine. .
“I envied her. Her secret was out (164).” Although Amir has fallen in love with Soraya, he despises that she had the audacity to tell him what she felt the most guilty about. Amir believes that Soraya has more courage than him, but he also believ... ... middle of paper ... ... and his body movement to catch his pain since these details aren’t mentioned. In order to understand Amir’s feelings towards Hassan, we need his thoughts. These details that seem small and unimportant are actually imperative in making the movie coherent.
He was able to create unique characters that no other film had. Lastly, his classical style of moving the camera during production helps to set him apart from other directors. In conclusion, Billy Wilder is a very influential director who made his mark on cinema and deserves to be called an auteur.
He is known for being very meticulous while making movies, and his movies often have a gritty violence to them, but in an artistic way. He makes his movies in such a creative and beautiful way, he makes everything look artistic. He is a master when it comes to violence, freeze frames, and other great camera angles. Having said all of the information and insight discussed, he is looked at by many people as the most important Auteur in film
There is a distinction between surprise, which lasts only a few seconds, and suspense which captivates one's attention the entire length of a film. This is something that Hitchcock realized early on, and applied into his movies. He is one of the few directors whose name on a marquee is as important, if not more so, than any actor who appears in the film itself. Both his style of directing, and that of the movies that he has directed are very unique, making him stand out in the film industry. He pioneered the art of cinematography and special effects, which along with his cameos, are what he is most often associated with.
In his book The Science Fiction and Fantasy Handbook, Alan Frank writes, "Had the movie been the work of a lesser film maker, it is unlikely that it would have had the reception it received; as it is, [Kubrick's] brutalization of Burgess... ... middle of paper ... ...reated a controversial film that brought the novel of Anthony Burgess to life. The violence and rapes were forced on the watcher and the nature of mankind as a sinner was driven into the minds of those who sat through the 136 minute film. Bibliography A Clockwork Orange . Beck, Michael and Thomas Waites. Cineman Syndicate.
Directing is the core of any quality movie. Without directors, movie will not be able to successful or indicate the passion and entertainment they have. I think directors are the most powerful and main part in a movie industry. because of his recognition towards the movie he has directed, I have select one of very know director his name is Mel Gibson. I have seen numerous of his movie work and understand his progress and expertise he uses.
Burton was always the one who stood out for being different, so he put this idiosyncrasy into his movies today. The incredible Tim Burton uses close up shots and low key lighting to portray a odd, dark, and almost creepy feeling in his viewers and communicate an overall message of being treated as an outcast. Furthermore, close up shots that are shown in many of Burton’s films help communicate the message
Next to this definition should be the line “-for more help see Stanley Kubrick.” He exemplifies all the characteristics of not just a film director, but also a film auteur because of the intellect and genius that goes into each minute of each scene of each incredible film. Since it is impossible to describe all of the details of Kubrick’s auteur theory here, it will be my goal to touch on one of them, arguably the most important, and explore it. The one to which I will concern myself with now, is that of Kubrick’s brilliant portrayal of the dark side of human nature. Hey accurately portrays in all of his movies the common element of people having unscrupulous traits. He shows through all of his characters the evil strand of badness that is inside all of us just waiting to come out.