The movie did leave me unsatisfied with its loss of an important scene that can cause confusion. Yet, the fast paced action scenes left me feeling enthralled and hooked. Adding on to that, the main character’s personality stayed true to the book without a feeling that something is missing. The movie, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is far more exciting and appealing because of its heart racing action and true characters that keep the audience glued to the screen. The movie has left an unfavorable taste in my mouth with the unfortunate loss of Tom and Huck’s hunt for treasure.
Gatsby’s death. Every alteration made was for a reason. Mr. Luhrmann made these changes in order to keep the viewer intrigued in the story. Heightening Mr. Gatsby’s death was a key asset to the movie that strengthened the relationship between the viewer and Mr. Gatsby. Many novels are transformed by Hollywood in order to make a film that appeals to the audience.
They do a good job in this movie with this particular opening scene because after the trailers,... ... middle of paper ... ...l in our society today. With these aspects in the movie, he allows people to see certain flaws in the movie industry and celebrities from a different perspective. It also was a way for the movie industry and those celebrities to see themselves in this way. This movie used comedy as a method of showing these flaws and as it could have encouraged more people than offended. Even with that being said, some people may learn and change, but there will surely always be those absurd celebrities out there.
One of the main things a movie must be is enjoyable and this movie is that. It provides an escape from real life where we are constantly searching for a problem into a world where the biggest problems are solved by magic. From beginning to end this movie will have your mind wandering and searching for every possible explanation for what you have just seen. With a fantastic cast, fun special effects and the twists that keep you on the edge of your seat this PG-13 film hits the market demand right on point.
Moore really gets deep into his viewer’s hearts and almost physically opens their eyes to see possible relationships between the unimaginable. A good aspect to any film is the power to motivate and to take people on a ride they’ll never forget. The montages of different occurrences throughout Moore’s film expand your mind and take you on a life time experience. Many will say that the film has no point and has many bizarre connections brought up throughout the film. In reality Moore does have a point and certainly does not make any crazy connections.
Now let me talk to you about other genres of movies. There are different types of genres which are better than Horror, in my case it is Comedy and Action. In comedy get to experience a new sensation that they can’t feel anywhere else, in those 2 hours of the movie, people forget about all their problems. People go and see this types of movies because of one simple reason, people want to LAUGH and SMILE. They want to forget about all their problems and stuff they go through in their everyday’s life, and by watching this types of movies some of the effects are, stress relieve, and best of all happiness.
The wonderful acting carried the film over the obvious special effects that Spielberg uses. This film was pretty much original for it's time, but once you see the special effects, you are instantly reminded of films like E.T., Star Wars and other such science fiction slash space odyssey's of our time. But since this movie was made before many of these others, I believe it was just a draw off all of the stories and possibilities of encountering another life form. "Close Encounters" has a good mixture of character and film cinematography. Spielberg relies on the actors to make the special effects seem that much more special.
What are the most interesting things about these film genres, which could establish a fantasy world for their fans to escape to their imaginations and live with it? Participating in suspense, adventure, mysteries, and discovery amuse audiences every time they watch films. There is specific film genres that have most of this attraction to the audience, which make them most likely to have all secretes of attraction in it. These films genres have changed our out look and make us thinks better, because it provides us with a source of leisure; these movies are horror movies, science fiction movies, and action movies. A horror movie “makes people think, what if it was reality?” said by a thrill seeker person who was waiting to watch a horror movie.
A movie is a set of images that tells us a story. The reason for them being so popular is because they allow us to escape from our ordinary lives into a completely different setting. Filmmakers use a range of cinematic techniques to build tension and engage the audience. Using the opening scene of Star Wars, I am going to analyse how George Lucas has used camera angles and movement; costume; lighting and special effects; music and sound effects and shot length in order to do so. To begin with, by starting off the movie with “A long time ago in a galaxy far far away…” immediately captivates the viewers’ attention.
Having a whole other world created for one person and a one programme is a very exciting and thought-provoking concept for a film, which is why I think it was such a massive success. The film can be fairly confusing from the start but as you watch the it and realise what is going on, it starts to make you think and the can be quite emotional at times. As you watch Truman’s life and see what happens in it you get caught up in the film and you really want to know what happens to Truman at the end so the audience want to keep watching to see how Truman eventually gets out of Christof’s world. The film is a ‘Fantasy Comedy Drama’ so you would expect the conventions of the film to include lots of scenes that wouldn’t happen in real life and be fictional as the film is a fantasy. The film is also a comedy-drama, which shows it should have equal amounts of humour and serious scenes in the film.