Great movies do not always have to be something that immediately strikes a viewer’s interest. They can be based on a subject you have always disliked, or have not previously watched because the sheer filming and cinematography could become of great intrigue. Special effects, which play on people’s imagination, a noteworthy soundtrack, scenery, and camera angles, can make a movie spectacular. Movies that relate to real life events and touch the audience’s hearts through strong emotional appeal also help create good movie standards. The truth is what most enjoys seeing as sometimes it can be overwhelming, frightening, irrational, tender or idiotic and people love to watch a good parody.
Although he was very honest and true to the dialogue of the play, he didn’t give the same essence and effect. Parker managed to establish an entertaining romantic comedy, but he definitely loses Wilde’s key messages and comic genius. Both texts grasp the attention of their audiences, however, Wilde’s manages to do so more brilliantly.
Many of the film reviewers felt that the movie itself was well done but did not appreciate the actual story. Many of the reviewers felt that the truth of the actual event was drawn away from and gave us the wrong picture. For example, Jack Mathews made the comment, “Mann turned the main dramas—the battle for Ft. Henry and the attempt by Magua to avenge his grievance against Munros—into subplots.” Reviewers felt that the romance story was the main point of the movie, when really it should have been about the b... ... middle of paper ... ...make love seem so easy and one of the greatest things to have. The movie portrays the way love should be very well. Love and romance should be the way as seen in this movie.
How at times even though we want to let go of the past, it is not as easy as we think it would be. The movie shows the audience how even if the situation looks happy and fun filled, humans are capable of holding in so much pain inside that it can destroy our mind and relationship. One of the things I really found unique about this movie was how there wasn’t a villain or a bad guy. It was the mind itself that kept the characters together. Jun Ji-hyun’s Character wanted to get over her dead boyfriend but it did not matter how much she tried she could not let go of her past.
It is almost as if Lorenos and his team are desperately trying to salvage their film from being gobbled up by conventionality but only ending up with an effect that is neither as wonderful as it could have been had it temper its seriousness nor compelling. As the film failed to weave the genre flawlessly, they succeed choosing Jane Oineza as their leading actor she was able to meet the expectations of the audience. As a matter of fact, she is one of the factors why this film cannot be considered as a trash. Without her compelling the lead, films’ horror factor will be much less persuasive. Aside from Jane’s wonderful lead, Maris’ natural cute presence and Joey Marquez’ clumsy actions and humorously embarrassing attempts really help the film to make their audience engaged on the
Although its criteria doesn’t match up well against modern day comedy films, it’s actually refreshing. Since many comedy movies today are too vulgar, they lead you to either turn away or stop watching all together. This movie hints at sexual humor but does it in a mature manner. This may be because the target audience is directed more toward older adults, nonetheless I would like to see this exercised in more films. This film is likeable because it goes against what we’ve grown used to as far as comedic movies go.
“The first time I met Obrist, I thought he was a manic visitor from another planet, but now I relish his creative common sense” (249). Thornton describes Obrist in an abstract and awkward way, later realizing his creative judgment. Examining the words ‘manic visitor,’ in detail, it can be perceived that Thornton felt out of place; uncomfortable with Obrist’s different personality. While growing to know him, Thornton realizes that he is just more outgoing than any... ... middle of paper ... ...ay positively. Typically, such a phrase would be considered rude, as stated.
The overly dramatic scenes made an exciting visual experience, but made learning the truth difficult. In summary, this film failed to harmonize science and action to form a movie that not only educates, but thrills the viewer as well.
This term is more related to certain aesthetics and conventions, such as the use of taboos, the grittiness of the image, but also distance to one's work and its audience. Many of the ideas of exploitation film-makers were simply absurd, something that they realized very well. Their aim was to keep the audience on the edge of their seats by making them actually doubt what they were seeing. Lloyd Kaufman, one of the most influential exploitation directors and the co-founder of Troma Entertainment, said that even though his films are violent, scary or centred around nudity or monsters, they are still enjoyable, because they do not take themselves too seriously. “That’s the key.
I also enjoyed the characters' personalities, meaning I liked the casting of Juliet, Tybalt, Mercutio and Benvolio. The only character that I thought could have been better represented would be Romeo. I believe that Leanardo Dicaprio was not the best choice and that many others could have played the role of Romeo much more convincingly. There are only a few things that I did not enjoy in the modern film. There was the casting of Romeo, as well as the camera work that I found to be annoying to watch with the slow