The film ‘Collateral Beauty’ is based on the life of a successful New York advertising executive named Howard Inlet, who is the majority shareholder at a high-powered advertising agency. Two years ago, he suffered a big tragic situation that produces a great impact on his life. Howard begins to question everything and every meaning there is to life and believes that love, time and death are the foundations of all successful advertising because these three ideas connect everyone. He states that we long for love; we wish we had more time, and we fear death. Howard seeks to find answers by writing letters to these ideas and with the idea of Whit, Claire and Simon, encounters these abstract concepts, with it bringing unexpected response.
This light, indirect approach to the idea of death is received with a warm, sincere, sadness from audiences. These mournful emotions are heightened by the use of close up camera shots that focus on the uncontrollable tears of Lola and the misery of the father. As the light edges of the film start to engulf the frame, similarly to time in the opening scene, Lola reaches out to her father. This act of kindness and love dramatically improves Vatar (Lola’s father) and refills the audience with joy. This feeling is enhanced by the absence of death in the third scenario.
Independent Composition: Till We Have Faces People view the concept of beauty in two ways: physical attractiveness and inner beauty. However, the the two intertwine. Exterior beauty, as it is often believed, stems from interior beauty, and the moral purity of a person ultimately determines their outer appearance. Orual, the princess of Glome and protagonist of C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces, and her sister Psyche, epitomize this belief.
The way it was made, with all of the actors in black, unified them, making a scene of identity loss as the person they are, which contributed to seeing the character as it was played and not with a pre concept. Also, it involved unexpected scenes, such as the beginning dance, a transformation dance, a scene in the shadows, and really nice live songs. I recommend it also because of the final scenes. The interpretation of the death of Gregor was different, as in the death scene, at the end; some questions were thrown to the audience for them to think about. Also the end of the scene where was asked “Who killed him?” made the audience think about the struggles previously shown.
Stand in between him and his money and you may end up dead. He just so happens to be a static and indirect character, meaning, he doesn't really change who he is throughout the movie and he expresses how he feels through his actions and his speech. There will be blood in my opinion was a very good movie. My favorite scene would have to be when the well caught fire. This scene really made you realize the main point of the whole movie.
Silence Silence is a historical drama directed by Martin Scorsese based on the 1966 novel by Shusaku Endo. The plot is set around the period of 1640 at Nagasaki in Japan. The director has been trying to make this movie “Silence,” about Jesuit missionaries, for about 28 years. SILENCE tells the story of two Christian priests played by Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver who face the ultimate test of faith when they travel from Portugal to Japan in search of their missing mentor Liam Neeson at a time when Christianity was outlawed and their presence was forbidden. This also follows their journey in spreading Catholicism.
This trope is used to emphasize that the same person exists no matter the body they inhabit, and therefore should be treated the same way no matter their outer form. The difference, however, is that, in Orlando, the protagonist does not change in appearance – only in the clothes they wear as well as basic anatomy. Otherwise, they are recognizable as the person they were the day before. On the other hand, The Beauty Inside’s protagonist completely transforms in appearance, crossing gender, age, and sometimes even nationality, and thus is not recognizable from the person they were the day before. These differences make way for the respective social issues being commented on in each film.
The film goes to great lengths show this to the audience, to try and get them to take a step back and critically examine why they want to watch events unfold, but the audience cannot see this, for they are too caught up in discovering who the culprit is, when it was them all along. The answer was hidden right in plain
If it has a happy ending, then people would just know that it ended nice and the characters get to do or live how they want, if it ended with a cliff-hanger, some viewers get frustrated and would give a bad review about the movie, but they would still wait for the sequel, but if the movie ends extremely depressing, it just give this psychological relativity with its viewers. Without further ado, here are some of the movies with the saddest endings. TOY STORY 3 Who would've thought that
He has acted in movies like "The Enforcer", "Sudden Impact", "The Dead Pool", "Magnum Force", "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot", "The Outlaw Josey Wales", "Pale Rider", "In the Line of Fire", "Gran Torino", "Play Misty for Me", "Escape from Alcatraz", "Tightrope", "Heartbreak Ridge", and "The Bridges of Madison Country". Many of them have been critically acclaimed. He has acted in comedies like "Every Which Way but Loose", and its sequel, "Any Which Way You Can."