Tim Burton shows so many moods and tones in his movies through his cinematic emulation. Some of his movies, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Burton shows the effect of a more realistic movie where Charlie wanted to sell the ticket for money and not experience a once in a lifetime experience. However, in “Edward Scissorhands”, he conveys a gothic style and tone through the outsider figure. Tim uses the techniques of lighting, sound, and editing to convey the effects of a more gothic and ominous style. First of all, sound is an important concept in any movie.
Even a Harry Potter walked around with his broom; participating in cosplay, a fan practice by which most people who are not interested in the J. K. Rowlings universe identify Harry Potter fans at the first glance. In general, the Harry Potter fandom can be described as all fan practices which centre around the Harry Potter novels and films which tell the story of a young wizard, Harry Potter, who has to defeat Voldemort, an evil wizard, in order to save the magical and non-magical world. However nowadays, a much larger part of that fandom is located online. Millions of fan fictions in almost all languages are only one click away and available all the time. While all of them are playing around ’in Rowling’s sandbox’, as once stated by a fan fiction author, thousands of them have one thing in common: They are turning Severus Snape’s life upside
After the success of the Harry Potter books, Rowling graced us with another series of films focusing on the pre-Harry Potter period led by Newt Scamander, who of course reminds us of Hagrid, who is loves magical creatures as well. In the Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them film, they introduced different magical creatures that we haven 't seen in the Potter films. Now, because of the that, a theory was formed that Aragog, Hagrid’s spider in the Chamber of Secrets, actually came from Newt, since Hagrid said, he got him from a pocket of a traveler, that traveler is actually Newt
He surveyed the subsidiaries of the company across countries and generalized their behaviours as representative of the entire country. This, coupled with the use of self-selected participants, might mean that results obtained are questionable and should be used with caution when making any conclusions. Fourthly, the researchers omitted the ‘physical attraction’ factor on the basis that Harry Potter was based on a book and his looks are therefore subjected to the imagination of the readers. Despite acknowledging the role of Daniel Radcliffe as the main character, researchers fail to realize that fans are likely to already see Daniel Radcliffe as the closest proxy to how Harry Potter might look. This is justified by the uproar when a dark-skinned actress was casted as the adult Hermonie Granger in the latest sequel in the Harry Potter series.
1.) Introduction Renowned American author Stephen King is famous for taking the horror genre out of its typical Gothic environment, and bringing it to our everyday life, proving that about anything can be a source of terror. By exploring the dark side of human society and breaching moral codes and taboos King manages to create the distinct feeling of uneasiness and revulsion which is a characteristic feature of his works. Although King himself generally does not mind being pigeon-holed (503) his collection of novellas Different Season (1982) constitutes a rather atypical work of his, in so far as the novellas are no horror stories to begin with. Being too short to be published separately, yet too long to fit into one of the short story anthologies, they were published together, united under the seasonal image.
Martin Scorsese is a famous hollywood producer and director that makes real life stories into blockbuster films. His biggest films The Wolf of Wall Street and Goodfellas share the same kind of story even though they are both based on true stories about different people with different backgrounds. Both the stories share how the main character is a success driven individual that strives and achieves a life of excess and the feeling of being invincible. Scorsese uses the same kind of pause stop directing in both stories which makes both films alike but so unique. As both stories prevail we soon learn that both of the main characters cannot escape the law and eventually are outrun by the “feds.” Although we see similarities in both films, The Wolf of Wall Street has an engaging plot, directing, and a taste of the American Dream.
Suspension of disbelief can be defined as the act of believing something that is not real. In other words, spectators of plays, or movies employ this idea with the intention of the audience accepting fiction as reality. The entertainment relies on the persuasiveness of the arts to reach their audience. How these entertainers— artists, musicians, actors, novelists— choose to express themselves is completely independent of their personal experiences since they have different stories to share, sometimes it involves fiction to provoke the imagination. Suspending disbelief in the arts is majorly for the purpose of pleasure derived when reading, watching, or listening to fiction.
Rhyme and Reason: They are two princesses adopted by the King of Wisdom. They think that words and numbers are equally important. Faintly Macabre: Informative, friendly, kind, fair, also named as ‘The Which’ Alec Bings: Specially strange boy who floats in the air all the time Chroma: A conductor who had apparently started conducting the sky since the beginning of the earth. The Everpresent Wordsnatcher: A demon who loves to interrupt people and changes the meanings of everything Milo and his friends say. The Terrible Trivium: A faceless demon who tricks Milo and his friends into doing a lot of meaningless work.
With Stephen King’s many successful works, he has single-handedly changed the way people perceive the horror genre. People do not read King for just entertainment, people read King to face their fears. King writes from his personal experiences which is what makes his horror so thrilling because to a point, his writing is realistic. An article called Criticism of Stephen (Edwin) King states, “If someone in the future wants to see what American life was like, what Americans cared about, what our stories were in the seventies and eighties, they’ll read Stephen King” (2003). The article even claims that in 50 years Stephen King will be regarded as “the dominant literary figure of the time” (2003).
Spec or speculative script writing is the creation of an original screenplay in terms of story and narrative, generally by new screenwriters, without the security of having the screenplay bought and created into a film or other type of media by a producer, production company, or studio. Usually, the screenwriter hopes to sell the screenplay, and if not, to gain a point of entry into the industry by being hired for another screenwriting assignment on