Moves can show emotion in ways real life can not and Tim Burton’s films do this by creating emotions that are contradictory. An emotional state or reaction is a feeling and movie directors use them to help create stories. Some of the best movies make you feel multiple ways at once to make your movie going experience the best it can be. he uses close ups, music, and low key lighting to create comidikly unnerving feelings in the audience. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(Charlie) was a children 's story that Tim Burton adapted and turned it into a slightly darker story than the one we knew.
Edward lived in a dull colored castle. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie stands out because the town he is in is very dark. Wonka also stands out because he is a very unique character that is bright with colors. Wonka lives in a big chocolate factory that is dull on the outside but bright on the
Tim Burton is known for his comical but suspenseful films. Some of his best known movies were Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and Edward Scissorhands. Similar literature films can have less of meaning and surround around fantasy beliefs. Tim Burton uses the format of film to pull the spectator in and to teach some type of life lesson. In the two films Edward Scissorhands and Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, but relies on cinematic techniques such as editing and camera angles.
The American director, Tim Burton has a way with manipulating lighting, camera angles, and music to highlight his quirky, yet dark style of movies. Tim uses camera angles to direct the viewers’ vision to a specific setting or character to expose something from a certain character’s point of view. For example, in Tim’s movie, Big Fish, he has a low angle of Karl the Giant. The use of this cinematic technique is to emphasize Karl’s height, especially compared to Edward Bloom’s. Another employment of camera angles is in Burton’s Edward Scissorhands, when Kim was in the window of the inventor’s mansion, they had a low angle of her, which was used to show here as the townspeople below saw her.
The main soundtrack “Edward Scissorhands” gives an indication of mystery and thrill, whilst another soundtrack “Ice Dance” features more of a romantic and innocent side of the movie. Edward’s dark and gloomy presence symbolises his different individuality contrasted from the society of orderly shapes and colourful environment. At the beginning of the movie, Peg the Avon Lady, who takes care of Edward says: “blending is the secret” and puts different tones of skin colours on Edward in an attempt to make him fit into the
He goes on to say that it’s way above sociopath level. “Because he’s not even human. He’s not even a clown. I’m playing just one of the beings It creates…It truly enjoys the shape of the clown Pennywise, and enjoys the game and the hunt. What’s funny to this evil entity might not be funny to everyone else.
Anil Kumar once said, “Don 't let people squeeze you into their mold. Be confident in who God made you to be.” The movie Charly directed by Ralph Nelson and the book “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes have many similarities as well as differences. For example, a similarity between the book and the movie is that they both portray Charly as a male that is mentally disabled, but is helped by Miss Kinnian and his Drs. Nemur and Strauss. An example of a difference between the two is the story describes Dr. Strauss as a man while the movie has a female actor play the role of Dr. Strauss.
It could be argued that they share the same concept of using justice for a crime needs to fit as a main plot point. A similarity I noticed between Inferno and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is placing characters the the main protagonist places highly in compromising situations. Augustus Gloop, an obese slob who is also the first golden ticket winner, was celebrated, “the town in which Augustus Gloop lived, the newspaper said, had gone wild with excitement over their hero. Flags were flying from all the windows, children had been given a holiday from school, and a parade was being organized in honour of the famous youth,” (Dahl 16). After this celebration, Gloop was the first
The original film was created in 1974. Within this film it was purely a white cast. This was done for a reason. The antagonist Tom Buchanan, is depicted as evil or bad because he appears on screen in only dark attire. On the other hand Gatsby dresses in white to show his goodness in the movie.
In his review of the movie Hotel Transylvania, Ben Kendrick expresses his opinion of the film through different rhetorical strategies. The language used throughout the review support the writer’s judgement that Hotel Transylvania is a “poorly stitched together” kid’s movie. Kendrick is disappointed that Genndy Tartakovsy, the director of Hotel Transylvania and well known for directing Clone Troopers, didn’t deliver an animated fun heart-warming film for all ages. He uses words and phrases such as “underwhelming,” “egregious,” and “awkwardly proportioned” to support this position. Ben Kendrick also uses appeals to logic, or logos, to advocate his conclusion that Hotel Transylvania is a gimmicky children’s movie.