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.
The film does a fantastic job of taking your perception of not only what is supposed to be in the norm in society, but also what is supposed to be the norm in a story. The first time I watched this film I understood some of this, but not to the extent I do today. How could a film have such a split in reception that resulted in actual verbal disagreements by the end of the film? A story typically has an antagonist and a protagonist, as well as a set evil and innocence. This movie does not truly allow you to... ... middle of paper ... ...goes against the norm.
The director of the movie thought otherwise, which makes the movie so classic. To the viewers, the ending is more of a mixed feeling of love and hate, making the movie a ‘must see’. The movie tells the audience that life is so unfair. So, loving someone does not guarantee a happy ending together. Also, often we do not realize what we have, until someone else has
The director of the movie thought otherwise, which establishes the movie so classic. To the viewers, the ending is more of a mixed feeling of love and hate, making the movie a ‘must see’. The movie tells the audience that life is so unfair. So, loving someone does not guarantee a blissful ending together. Also, often we fail to realize what we have until someone else has it.
It was depressing but to be honest that was the point of the movie. When beginning to watch this movie people should make sure their emotions are on neutral because if upset it can make things worse. I really enjoyed how it brought all the elements a film need to create a unique production. I definitely need to see a few more of Aronofsky's films. Overall, the film had a profound impact on me.
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.
The only bad part of the film that I disliked was a strip bar scene and the swearing, but if you like those things, I guess they would make this film even better (which, in my opinion, is nigh on impossible without their elimination). I would certainly recommend this film selectively to other people, and will certainly watch it again.
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.
Most people don’t like either prince of Persia or doom movies but loved the games. The points made in this article illustrates the main reason games and movies should not be intertwined. Because when you do no one tries hard to make a good movie, the fan base is pissed off and no one wins. In the end they company makes a quick buck but burn a lot of bridges to get there losing lots of trust and respect in the proses. These 2 great mediums for content should be treat as such 2 DIFFERENT mediums and given the respect they deserve.
Directed by the Wachowskis, creators of The Matrix, a groundbreaking movie with amazing graphics and spectacular actors, the Wachowskis really let people down on this one. And, as stated before, this movie did have a pushed back release date, a major hint that this movie probably wouldn’t live up to any expectations