You can clearly see things in his films Edward Scissor Hands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Alice and Wonderland, that these outsiders are scared of change. He uses cinematic techniques such as close up camera movements to show emotion and to display facial expressions of the characters, using non- diegetic sound to make the films seem like everything isn’t
In the movie of Tim Burton, he uses many different kinds of cinematic techniques, which are shots and framing, camera angles, camera movements, lighting, editing techniques, and sound. In order to set up the mood and tone in the story, he uses those cinematic techniques in the movie. Tim Burton style are more of a dark and delightful childhood experience and that he embraces the dark elements. The movie that Tim’s famous for, have those styles and elements in it. For example, the movie Vincent has element that are dark and a childhood imagination story.
Harvey does follow the production notes of Tennessee Williams that say, “In keeping the atmosphere of memory, the stage is dim” (Williams 751). The stage is always dimly lit making the shadows very apparent, which is in fact used to show that the whole play is apart of Tom’s unconscious mind. Harvey also adds his own visual element of presenting Laura and Tom as polar opposites. The audience is able to see how Tom, who is bathed in darkness still feels guilty about leaving Laura behind. The dark lighting that envelopes Tom gives the viewers the sense that he sees himself as a sinister or less than holy character, while he views Laura as innocent and angleic.
(2009) Half Blood Prince The film series of Harry Potter got an 84% from Rotten Tomatoes and was directed by David Yates. This movie was J.K Rowling’s favorite and it has a lot of incredible scenes but, it also had its weaknesses. First, the movie does not have its so-called ending. Then, there were episodes in the movie where it was different from the book like the teasing romance of Ginny and Harry, which in the film it appeared to be somewhat like forced and rushed. This is just one of the flaws of the movie but it does not mean that the movie is not good or annoying.
It’s beautifully shot, but significantly, it’s the only time Ann is ever truly enveloped in shadows. At this point in the story, Jeff thinks he’s found an escape route. So he finally visits Ann, bringing her into his world of darkness. She’s in a place she doesn’t belong; Jim watches from the distance, thinking that exact thought. As for Jeff, he believes he can escape, but the shadows tell the truth.
The story is brief, but the meaning is long lasting, The Boy In the Striped Pajamas. The novel written by John Boyne and the film directed by Mark Herman, inspires people to not conform to others’ expectations. Both the film and the novel discuss the tragic ignorant stricken life of a young boy, Bruno, and his family. While the novel and the film follow the same plot line the two stories have some key differences; some of them being in the: themes, settings, and characters. To begin, the novel and the film present themes of friendship and blindly following authority, which readers later discover affect the story’s plot.
In a way, film industries try to bring the “hero” ideal closer to our own lives, making anyone into a hero. However, portraying soldiers and the civilian rescue in Dunkirk, furthered the reality of the event, pushing it into an imaginary realm of impossible movie magic and good plot writing. In fact, these movies make heroes seem even more fictional and far off. Even in movies about true people, the hero has a special “movie” quality of which we don’t feel
And if all of the ghost where good why the futer was bad with scrooge. In the first part I don’t like the story I say in my mind this movie will be boring but then I love it, I say it will not be good for little children’s because scrooge don’t want to give money to poor people and insult the people. I love the movie because it was to fun. One of the beautiful part was when scrooge was good and he was happy, and when the ghost of the Christmas present appears because he laugh a lot and I think he was the best ghost and he help a lot scrooge. Ebenezer scrooge: scrooge was a man that was to angry.
Spielberg uses era correct cars in the movie Bridge of Spies where he has cars like Plymouth Savoy from 1955 ( it is a rare car to see) as well as cars from the German Democratic Republic like the AWZ P70, the car that preceded the the famous Trabant. Trabants are everywhere, and are even available to rent in Germany and it would have been easier to use a bunch of those around in the movie and yet Spielberg used the difficult to find yet accurate cars like the AWZ and the GAZ M-13 so that details in the story were accurate. There were some inaccuracies however, that was most likely due to quantity. Spielberg shows this accuracy with other cars in other movies like Munich. Spielberg shows his attention to detail to the train in the NYC subways as he wanted to have an authentic train car with Mark Rylance riding it yet there was no train car from the 1950s in the City’s possession.
The original Eventide was a breath of fresh air in the hidden object game genre thanks to the fact that it used Eastern European folk and fairy tales as its inspiration. Eventide 2 follows in its footsteps, but unfortunately the assortment of mythical creatures are notably absent. Instead Mary has to deal with some local villagers and a couple of imps standing between her and the rescue of her niece. The antagonist, Tvardovsky, is a bit of a tragic character and his motivations are more selfish than purely evil. Mary also crosses paths with a man named Yanosik, who is apparently a famous outlaw from Slavic folklore.