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.
Unfortunately, when he first started on the show, people looked to him as being one of the most annoying cast members in the history of the show. His career almost seemed like a joke! However, Will went on to overcome his negative self-image in the world of comedy by surprisingly becoming a hit on SNL, making box-office topping movies, and using “funnies” to tune the youth into political issues. Ferrell had a rough start on SNL. However, he had gladly won the hearts of viewers as he did more impressions and skits (“Biography”).
The adventure and search of the treasure was an essential scene that should have been in the movie because, it shows how the treasure was found and its ties with Injun Joe. Besides that, the movie p... ... middle of paper ... ... fingertip. That is until he revealed that this isn’t his first engagement. Both the movie and the book honored Tom’s cheeky, tricking, and clever ways that left us laughing and smirking. Although the movie missed an important scene, it managed to pull the audience back in through the action scenes and one charming main character.
Perhaps, he used them to get the image of them as “uneducated stars'; out of peoples’ minds. Or perhaps they used him for the dame reason. Either way, their parts do not fit the roles they played. Regardless the movie was excellent and it was immensely enjoyed. The movie kept you at the edge of your seat from the ‘ghost scene’ on.
Traveyon Armstrong Professor Dean ENG 102 February 6th 2014 Same Joke Different Day Now a days, we are finding comedy movies to still be funny but very repetitive of the same thing with the same jokes. It is starting to become really tough to see a good movie in generally, but in a narrow mind, its hard to see a good comedy movie. Yes, I understand everyone has a different opinion on what a “good” comedy movie is but based on reviews, asking peers, and personal judgment. I feel like everyone looks for first off a good cast, then the screen play, the movie script of the movie, the popularity of the movie by word of mouth, and how well it does in the box office. With a good cast, this will attract and push audiences away just based off of the cast.
Granted, all of these movies are extremely funny, but they were made for a different generation. The first two movies are rated R and are full of sexual situations, pot smoking, and alcohol consumption. I know that it may sound wrong, but that is what is expected in movies now, especially when the two predecessors were full of this. In the first movie, Shorty (Marlon Wayans) is constantly smoking and even shares a bit with the killer. Although this is not okay for real life, it is perfectly fine and amusing in the movie.
Meagan Cone Period 4 Walter Mitty Essay Final We all have daydreams, but which is better? Action packed, dramatic ones, or ones where you’re famous and everybody loves you? It mainly depends on the life someone is living outside the daydream. Walter Mitty, a character from The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty by James Thurber, has both action packed and dramatic ones in his movie. But in his short story daydreams, he’s witty and famous.
In the history of movies, there are great movies that come out. Then, filmmakers try to recreate the brilliance of that movie with a sequel, sometimes many sequels. All to make more money with something that is familiar to everyone. It very rarely works as well a second or third time around. Because the films usually completely dumb down the first movie 's premise and drop the important parts, in favor of something a lot simpler.
In addition, the facts within the film are a vital preparation for the rest of the story. The exposition for “Tropic Thunder” is very creative yet simple and very comical. It’s an advertisement of movie trailers of the three main characters in the film. First, was the rapper Alpha Chi... ... middle of paper ... ... hell but Hollywood is even worse. Underneath the hilarity of the film lies a message not just about the lengths that actors will go for an Oscar but to be your authentic self and everything will work out.
He states that it definitely was an uncommon role for him but that he likes to be adventurous and wanted to try something new that would cause humor to the audience since they were used to seeing him play the bad guy in movies. Gerardo’s hardest role was any character he had to play in action movies because as a 6’3 man he didn’t have a stunt man. He mentions that in Mexico it is uncommon to find very tall people, so they couldn 't find someone his size and he had a lot of injuries while filming action movies. Gerardo said that acting was just like any other job in the world, it has its ups and downs but that he couldn’t sit down and complain about his job because he loved every aspect of it. Maybe the hardest thing he could remember is leaving all his eight children alone for a very long time while he traveled.