“2 thumbs up! '; As an amazing play is moved to a movie, it is very sad to see characters or scenes lost. In Branagh’s “Hamlet'; very little is lost in his adaptation. This is very pleasing as the play is sensational The only problem faced is that of the comedic actors. This did not effect the outcome of the movie and many are looking forward to more of Branagh’s work.
"Caddyshack" The original film has a lot of things going for it. It has a lot of comedic heavyweights in it, like Ted Knight, Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, Brian Doyle-Murray, and Chevy Chase. The film is a winner with all of its quotable dialogue, great characters, and slapstick humor. In the sequel, only Chevy Chase returned after a lot of pushing on the studio 's part. It was a needless sequel that should not have been made.
If this movie was aimed to be semi-serious why have a main character in it who faints at the sight of blood. In my opinion this movie had poor graphics and was very predictable. I did not enjoy it at all and if you know what is good for you you won’t bother to see it either.
The Haunting of Whaley House opens with three friends Meathouse (Shawn C. Phillips), Simon (Donne Lawson) and Casey Martin (Jon Kondelik), three characters that would be right at home in any Troma film. They 're at the Whaley House, the most haunted house in america and decided to do the dumbest thing possible. Break a window, this of course leads to Casey Martin, the one who threw the rock to see a ghost and stumble backward into the street. Where he gets hit. This scene sets up the film perfectly, with the campy acting and stories predictability.
It's almost like you wouldn't know that the person who directed this is also responsible for the multiple award winning war movie, The Hurt Locker (2008). As the young Caleb, Adrian Pasdar works extremely well and one can be left wondering that he never really truly got the credit he deserved as an actor; even with his success in the television show Heroes (2006) prior to its cancellation, an individual may ponder why he did not suddenly become incredibly famous after his work in Near Dark. There is absolutely nothing at all wrong with this film. The way Bigelow directed flows perfectly with the characters and the writing. There is also at least an inkling of this film's infl... ... middle of paper ... ....
Granted, all of these movies are extremely funny, but they were made for a different generation. The first two movies are rated R and are full of sexual situations, pot smoking, and alcohol consumption. I know that it may sound wrong, but that is what is expected in movies now, especially when the two predecessors were full of this. In the first movie, Shorty (Marlon Wayans) is constantly smoking and even shares a bit with the killer. Although this is not okay for real life, it is perfectly fine and amusing in the movie.
Even though the movie ends with two good characters living, the fear and tragedy remain behind, insurmountable, and viewers are left with the feeling that things have not been and will not be resolved. Violence in the media is a definite hot button issue, and it has been argued that its use in film and television... ... middle of paper ... .... What horror does better than any other genre is to tell the audience that their worries are legitimate. It is transportative, as any art has the ability to be, and cathartic. Audiences are allowed to scream, to laugh, to experience the fears that they may not be fully aware of on a daily basis, brought to light by a certain horror film. In this postmodern world, the fears that feed into the horror genre have grown to encompass far more than they did before, and to move from the closed and comfortable narrative to the far more unsettling open-ended kind.
Achilles, wins eternal glory by craving as much war as possible so that people will remember his name even after death. Even though Troy was a great Hollywood blockbuster and made tons of money for its action and story, a lot of this was incorrect. Many of the events portrayed in this film were inaccurate, and is very misleading if the audience watches this for learning about ancient Greek history. The Iliad, the story off which this movie is based off of is very different from it and the movie is seen as a disappointment for many historians. It however does do a good job in showing many themes which the Iliad also represented such as love and the glory of war.
In Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone, Harry's life is far from normal when he finds out that his family is very well know in the wizard world. He undergoes many challenges and engages in his first battle with Lord Voldemort, the evil villain that killed his parents. Harry Potter is an eleven year old boy with brown hair and an enjoyable and loving personality that is misinterpreted by many people. He lived with his skinny and fatigue aunt Petunia, and his obese uncle Vernon . And not to forget their fat son Dudley .
Conclusion Overall, this movie Cat O’ Nine Tails was not a very entertaining movie. The story was an interesting one to follow but the props and directing were subpar. The acting, however, was excellent and was the saving grace of this movie. I would not recommend this movie to anyone who is a regular moviegoer or who is a fan of Dario Argento because his directing is so bad. As a horror fan, this movie was an OK one.