Music and the character 's expressions were things that made the movie better, by putting focus on the mood of the story and showing important things the community is missing. Music is different in the novel and the film, and it affects them both in different ways. In
If you don’t like superheroes (The most popular film genre), ideas taken from Star Wars and Indiana Jones (some of the most memorable and most profitable film series of all time), and Marvel (one of the most profitable companies in the world) then I’m going to have to tell you otherwise. I have to convince you. Well, let’s start that. I’ve already stated twice now that this is a “Marvel Movie”. Marvel Studios is awesome!
Contrary though, in scenes where Ellen takes a step back her clothes become drab and layered. The makeup used in these scenes add dark circles to Ellen’s eyes and make Ellen’s face look more angular or thin. This detail is also extended to other characters and even set design with particular locations being used for positive or negative events based on their design. These details as they are used, greatly increase the emotions and realistic tone the movie tries to
Due to the constraints of the time period, the film was released in black and white. While this may seem like a disadvantage, Curtiz uses the black and white spectrum to better display the emotions of characters, and make actions clearer. Because of the lack of color, the audience is more adept to differences in light. The shadows represent the darkness that surrounds many of the characters, and the uncertainty of their thoughts, while Curtiz uses light to show nobility and truth. While most likely not readily apparent to most audiences, the lighting of the film offers a way for people to clue into the emotions of the characters through a beautiful
Mrs.Vieira U.S History P.2 February 17, 2016 Star Wars: the Film that Changed Cinema In the beginning the Star Wars universe just an idea inside the mind of George Lucas. Little did he know Star Wars: A New Hope would take form as one of the most well known franchises of all time. The first star wars movie Star Wars: a New Hope was the most important movie in film history because of cinematography, fan culture, and storytelling. First off the use of special effect in movies was brought to new heights from the in-camera lightsaber effects from the explosion of the death star. Star Wars was the first large scale application of computer motion controlled motion photography.
An entirely new generation of teens must have watched the movie than read the book. Nonetheless,I believe more people would have watched the movie, as motion pictures were a great development and very popular at the time. On a minor note, if we were to create a second movie for The Outsiders, it would be better than the original, as we have better technology and special effects. The novel itself must have been a hit as well when it came out. I am sure bookworms loved the touching story, as we do even today.
At first the camera stays fixed on Travis, but as the conversation goes on the camera moves away from Travis and focuses on the hallway leading out of the building. This is something Huston would have never done, as dialog is something he tends to focus his camera on, but Scorsese is more willing to move the camera away and almost give it a life of it’s
Continuations and branches of the Aliens franchise are still frequently seen in cinemas, while new universes, such as the Resident Evil and Riddick franchises, have seen great success. Other independent films, such as Apollo 18, I Am Legend (and its remakes), and World War Z, have also done extremely well with American audiences within the past decade. In finality, The Thing asks audiences to differentiate between the protagonists and the antagonists, the human and the alien, the predator and the prey, and the masculine and the feminine. These classic questions have since become a staple of science fiction horror that has since been continued
The look for cue from the filming styles to gain a better understand of what to expect and what direction they are being lead. Both films use selective filming styles to further the audience’s enjoyment and understanding of the stories being told. The Hurt Locker and Arrival are very strong films when comparing emotional coloring and filming techniques, but they are different in what reactions they intend to invoke from their characters and