Whoever directed the cameras did an excellent job of placing them in a particular spot at the proper places during the movie. It helped the audience see and hear each and every detail of the film. For example when Matt Damon made an appearance during the story as a lawyer making a reference to Good Will Hunting another one of Gus Van Sant brilliantly directed movies. The camera angles were placed so well in the film that it gave a dramatic effect such as when Jamal had to type the papers you could see every letter and hear every key. When you watch a movie, you should feel like it is happening right before your eyes like you are part of the move.
After their date, Seth asks her a favor; he ask her to decorate his home. Later in the movie, she begins to kiss him but then later stops to inform him that she only sleeps with men that she has had at least three meals with. Seth was determined to have three meals with her; so as a result they spent several hours together eating. During the final meal, Chelsea tells Seth that she will only sleep with him if they are in an exclusive relationship. After Seth agrees to be exclusive, they become a couple.
From staying home from school, to rebelling in class and sitting through detention talking about not fitting in. Hughes makes his work relatable, and I think that is what makes his work so unforgettable, and Hughes of the greatest film directors of all
He presents this using ethos, by using personal examples that he experienced. The movie Never Back Down supports Roth’s position by targeting the viewer’s pathos response and the ability to feel the emotions of the characters portrayed. Robert Diswas-Diener’s article, “Revenge Is Good for You! Part 1” offers a contradictory stance and provides logical, or logos, studies that back up his claim. In response to Jean Roqua’s advice, Jake Tyler states, “It always has been.”
The juxtaptions of a slow tracking shot to the montage editing of the altercation is a superb way to add tension to the scene. Additionally, the Coen brothers move the perspective of the camera around a lot and cut between them. They have some of the best shot reverse shot sequences in any films. They don’t bind themselves to just that and move the camera around a lot like the long tracking shots of Ray burying Marty alive. Finally, they are able to add a lot of dramatic irony to scenes by giving the audience more information than the characters have to build tension while keeping the scene easy to follow.
Baz Luhrmanns contribution to the art of film, brings about a flamboyant and revitalizing side to the industry. Through the use of cinematic language, his story telling techniques and belief in the theatrical cinema come to life. Baz Luhrmann has a very distinctive directing approach with particular techniques that define his style. He presents his films as if he were telling a story, which he invites you into. His stories are simple and he tends to give away the ending at the beginning of the film, which intrigues you to find out more about what had taken place.
William Shakespeare wrote his play, Romeo and Juliet, to identify conflicts in the good and evils will we find in ourselves. Romeo and Juliet undergo challenges that test their undying love. These challenges take the form of poisons figuratively and literally. This constant battering of opposing forces causes the characters to be justifiably weary. As in a “The Boy who Cried Wolf” scenario, the characters of Romeo and Juliet have a reason to be feeling wary.
Weirdly enough, part of the immersion we want from a film is to make us not notice we are seeing a film. We like getting into its fictional world and looking through the characters’ eyes in a way that feels natural, even in the wildest and craziest stories. When we talk about great films, we get into abstract territory: technical, original, controversial, or just fun. Entertainment is key, and while a lot of times comedies lack deep characters and are filled with generic storylines and clichés, writer/director Wes Anderson comes to prove us all wrong. He presents his story in a way that it lets you know you are watching a work of fiction, more in the fashion of a moving painting than traditional film some might say.
Now lastly we will see how a person can be good with their actions. In “The Stranger” , Meursault says, “ I went to the movies twice with Emmanuel, who doesn’t understand what is going on the screen.” On page 34 it states how Meursault helps Emmanuel , “...You have explain things to him.” As we see , and read we learned that both times that Meursault had gone to the movies with Emmanuel, Meursault was nice enough to explain what was going on, on the screen so Emmanuel could also enjoy the movie. As we see Meursault can be a good person with good intentions helping Emmanuel despite what he had done to the Arab later on in the
500 days of summer, a romantic comedy, written by Scott Neustadter and Michael h weber, puts us in the life of a man named Tom Hansen in his mid-twenties, who meets a girl named summer Finn, who he believes is the love of his life. during their time together she gets him out of his comfort zone and gives him a different perspective on life. Summer becomes close with Tom, but in the process takes him on a roller coaster of emotions, and makes him question everything he thought about love, life, and the true meaning of happiness. While reading the screenplay, I 'd have to say I really enjoyed the way the writer gave life to the characters. Within the first ten pages, I was intrigued to learn more about tom and his situation.
“Stand up for what is right, even if you are standing alone- Suzy Kassem” is a phrase that was often posted in my classrooms when I was in grade schools. Usually the teacher’s explanation involved telling the class to stand up for people getting bullied or to not cheat on an assignment even if everyone else is cheating. In the movie High Noon, the Marshall, Will Kane, is faced with the reality that he may have to stand alone to protect a town against a killer, Frank Miller, and the killer’s gang. Giving some context to Kane’s predicament, Kane had put Frank Miller in jail, but the lawmakers up North had set him free. Frank Miller is coming back for vengeance and even though Kane was newlywed that day and is technically no longer Marshall,
In the book Shattering Glass by Gail Giles, Rob is a character who is very obscure. For starters, his record does not add up to who “he says he is” (Giles 89). Rob is a person who “never talks about himself” so, the information his friends have on him is all they obtain(91). When his friends “pulled up Rob’s file” the information they discovered did not amount up (89). But maybe there is more to why Rob acts this way, Rob could be poor and he could be really insecure about that, for fear that it will destroy his social standing.
Love is an important and dependable topic. Exploring the experiences of love in different surfaces and how it is experienced in different people. The topic of love spreads throughout the play as the central characters go through the phases of their relationships. Love is important because, it’s a natural part of life. The ups and downs in relationship between Hero and Claudio and Beatrice and Benedick as Shakespeare uses the idea of love to show us how essential trust and loyalty are in any relationship.