This gave the film suspense which was much needed for the story. Clearly, both directors used the setting and the mood to play with particular emotions of the audience. However, Hawke was more creative in his methods and he created a non-traditional setting and mood that related more to a modern day audience. For example, Hawke focused on the mood by choosing camera shots during Hamlet’s soliloquy that... ... middle of paper ... ...ter development was sophisticated and artisitic. In this version, the audience was absorbed with Hamlet’s character.
Music, Dialogue, and Mise-en-scène in the Dance of Death In all cinematic works the mise-en-scène is one of the most influential aspects of the film’s meaning. Mise-en-scène is important because it shows how the cinematic space is organized and where the camera is in respect to the characters and the surrounding environment. Although the mise-en-scène is imperative by itself, the effect of the music and dialogue that accompany the scene in a film adds to its meaning. These facts are supported by the “Dance of Death” scene of the narrative Bamboozled by Spike Lee. The dialogue written by Mr. Lee and the music score chosen for the film by Terence Blanchard aid in the overall cinematic effect of these scenes in the movie.
The use of the sublime theory in the horror movies is to give the public what they want. People can feel better about themselves after watching these types of movies. Using these elements together, it makes the movie better, but not only that, but each element helps each other out in the scene to make it a very good movie and show the appeal of the sublime theory. The terror can be expressed in many ways in the movie, for example, it can be just the thought if something chasing the actor to the phone just ringing. In the movie The Purge
People go out to watch movies to escape from the tensions they have in their house or problems. To know what kind of movie they want to watch that’s when genre was introduced. First ever motion picture was released in 1890’s. From that day till now Films are known as the one of the best entertainment. I think making films is a way of telling a story, which you know, and you want other people to know that story too.
The Opening of Baz Luhrmann's William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet The opening of a film can make or break it - it is a vital factor determining whether or not the audience will want to watch the rest of the film. It must capture the audience's attention and imagination, be striking and introduce main characters and plotlines in an interesting way. The opening of Baz Luhrmann's 'William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet' certainly captures the attention of the audience, and is in my opinion incredibly effective. As there is so much material in the prologue, I have chosen only to concentrate of this part of the opening. First, it is interesting that Luhrmann should choose to include Shakespeare in the title of his film, as very little of the original Shakespearian elements remain in Luhrmann's interpretation; Luhrmann has made it entirely his own.
When a person hears this movie title, they automatically think action and an interesting story. A title is one of the most important aspects to the films propaganda. The title of a film can give one of two reactions for the viewer. Either they are intrigued or uninterested just by the title of the film. In Hero’s case, the title promises conflict, battles and adventure.
Analysis of the Gladiator Trailer Trailers are important to films for a number of reasons. They promote a film and present it to the target audience, in order to encourage them to watch the film. Trailers also give the audience expectations of the film. The audience like to know what to expect of a film before they go and see it. The audience is given a taste of the story and the basic plot.
As the rise of subculture in the American popular culture, Speed Racer did appear to satisfy and entertain the certain group of people who enthusiastic about the film including fans of Wachowski and gamers. Therefore, this refers to the reading of a film. Different approaches to read a film will result in different perceptions and conclusions. The French New Wave director Francois Truffaut argued that the authorship should be presented in the works of the best filmmakers. Nonetheless, this essay will focus on why the semiotic approach to read a film offers a better way to understand the American popular culture than the auteur theory even the semiotic theory may contain bias sometimes.
No matter what comes to mind first, an important part of any good movie will be what you see. A camera and good director or cinematographer is needed to make that possible. Different directors and cinematographers will use different camera techniques to make you focus on what you see. Camera techniques show emphasis in films, because they make you focus more on situations and people. They are especially important in Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem for a Dream.
Analysis of a Scene from Luhrmann's Production of Romeo and Juliet It seems interesting at first that Baz Luhrmann should choose to rework Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet into a modern movie. However, when you think about the aims of a modern film-maker such as wanting to really affect the audience and create a series of moving and powerful images shot through with dialogue, then it is less surprising that Romeo and Juliet was Luhrmann's choice. Shakespeare's play is filled with emotion and suspense, so had limitless potential to be made into a great movie. Luhrmann adapted the play for the big screen very effectively, managing to portray the emotion of the film using visual storytelling techniques that had not been available to Shakespeare at the time he wrote and staged it, for example elaborate sets. One of the scenes where Luhrmann portrays the emotion and drama of the story superbly is Act 3, Scene 1.