However, movie possess the ability to show you the cruelty and make you understand as it did in this movie. They also allow you to understand the harshness of conditions. The words “a rough river” would not measure up to seeing the viciousness and depth of the real thing in this movie. The movies allow it to be more real. Due to the nature of movies, there are some large disadvantages to using film as a medium for historical portrayal.
Revenge is a natural human response that we think will help us; however, many times it ends up hurting us. Based on my findings, revenge is viewed as acceptable, but experts say it can also be detrimental to those seeking retribution. All of the critic reviews commended director Martin Scorsese for his excellent movie Cape Fear. Revenge was mentioned in the reviews, but never expounded upon the subject in terms of whether it was acceptable or not. An assumption can be made that since the movie was praised, and no comment was given to the subject of revenge, it is an acceptable part of human nature.
Furthermore, It also prevent kids who's being bullied or have a negative life, whichever they lack of experience to handle, away from alcohol. Considering they will soon find and drink alcohol becomes a solution for their problems by the lack of understanding about alcohol. Which they think it is just a eq... ... middle of paper ... ... the sociality go bad and worse than before because of the young adults which don’t have a lot of experiences in actions they do. The Law should avoid at age 18 to 20 because of the unsafe activity alcohol can drink to people which drink and get drunk from it for their lack of knowledge in alcohol and fail to control themselves. Alcohol is a dangerous drink for the person and to the others when abused which young adults at age 18 probably will do if the Law would be changed to 18.
It is evident that today’s advertisements for teen clothing are neither healthy, nor ethical, to use as a way to attract teen consumers; however, companies are getting away with this behavior, because their effective and inappropriate advertisements are merely innuendos. The modern label placed on teens is said to be the primary contender for the cause of eating disorders, suicide, bullying, and depression. Fortunately, groups of teens are getting together to put an end to these unethical advertisements and the messages the ads give off to teens; because of their efforts, the amount of effect that advertisements have on teens now, may dramatically plummet sometime in the near future. In my opinion, it is crucial that us teens make a profound alteration to the way teen merchandise is advertised, which in turn will end the knavish behavior of clothing companies, and cease our judgmental society. It is evident that today’s advertisements for teen clothing are neither healthy, nor ethical, to use as a way to attract teen consumers; however, companies are getting away with this behavior, because their effective and inappropriate advertisements are merely innuendos.
Strict rules create rebellious teens. Many people think that curfews are a fundamental way to keeping teens out of trouble, but this is not the case. Curfews are neither applicable, justified, nor are they a way to diminish criminal activities committed by adolescents. Curfews are ultimately useless
The first flaw in “Not all violence movie is created equal” system is Gittell lack of convincing evidence. When talking about Looper, Gittell give too much details about special fact of the movie instead of drawing the connection to his final conclusion about how Johnson may use the scene “ between Joe and the mob” to “resemble the relationship between a film and its audience” (Gittell). Secondly, Gittell made a false assumption about his reader’s knowledge. Since “Not all movie violence is created equal” talked about how violence scenes shouldn’t necessary promote violence, Gittell’s intended audience include a lot of anti-violence movie critics. Despite that fact, Gillet’s supporting evidences are mostly found on the-most-extreme-violence-movie-of-all-time list.
Also I don't recommend this movie to anyone frankly it just has too many flaws.The MPAA rating for Inception is PG-13 which is probably the only thing i like about this, since it is a more mature movie less kids will waste their time watching it. Now if you haven't understood through the tone of the review I think this movie was bad, but how
In truth, it is not the filmmakers’ goal to deliver a completely faithful telling of a written story. Such an adaptation is in fact not realistically possible. Film versions of book tales will never be exact replicas, and in most cases will always be quite different indeed. The huff that this produces throughout the reader neighborhood is frankly a waste of energy, as these altered story-tellings are in many cases not the disrespectful monstrosities they are dubbed to be. Filmmakers have legitimate reasons to make changes, and are often undeserving of the bashings they receive from disgruntled book fans that were disappointed not to see a mirror of their favorite story on screen.
Although both movies still are quite different, they share a ton of similarities. As stated before, people tend to stay away from originality because they’re afraid of the consequences, and because success is much easier to achieve when just improving on something existing, instead of creating something entirely new, and that’s what Tarantino did, and it worked. A lack of originality is seen literally everywhere, notable examples include; Call of Duty, The Hunger Games, Pulp Fiction and ‘Got milk?’ Originality is a risk, there can be consequences, the inability to be original, and “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. People are just afraid of being original, maybe because they’re selfish, or maybe because they have no choice. The reasoning in the previous paragraphs explain why there is a lack of originality, mostly in the media, but also advertising.
I will looks and what goes on to getting that shot or how hard it must’ve been to edit some of the scenes. I think that it has made me a little more lenient when I review a movie. In the past I would think a movie wasn’t good if I didn’t like the story but now I can look past things and judge it by the cinematography and set design. I think I have started to understand that film is an art form and deserves to be treated more carefully than most people treat it. I now understand just how hard it is to make and be a part of a movie.