The uncanny valley concept was also discussed in 2004 in the CGI filed during the box office battle royal between two blockbuster films, Warner Brothers’ The Polar express and the Pixar’s The Incredibles. The uncomfortable feelings about the more accurate yet eerie characters in the Polar Express and the emotional warmth felt for Pixar’ stylized plastic family was subject for much critical debates because their releases coincided. The characters of The Incredible film looks like human but they cannot access a reality behind the traditional cartoon film character form. Cringing, embarrassment, exaggeration, pre-emotion are the basic principles of animation use to provide exercising joy of traditional animation between the audience and the film.
"Inception" varies in different types of philosophy and makes the viewer question his own reality, which is very hard to do to an audience through a movie. This movie deserves a five star rating because it connects a lot of philosophical concepts, as mentioned before, like idealism and materialism. The director created a labyrinth full of philosophical and mixed up ideas in which the viewer arrived to a point where one can 't tell in the film whether if the characters are in reality or not- in which signifies the use of the totem. The film does a difficult thing. The idea of the movie itself is completely original, it structures a completely new different world filled with ideas of original realistic thoughts, in which every philosopher questioned about, that are unreal.
I choose that song because, the message was clear. Everyone has heard that song from the movie. It’s an inspiring song talking about life. Life involves since the day you were born until the day you die. As an individual, you make an impact in this world even if we don’t see it.
Movies like Frozen are said to be revolutionary because they do not have a male character as the lead or the hero so to speak. In fact in frozen the main conflict is between two sisters, these rolls unprecedented in movies before us.”An animated self allows for the deconstruction of ideas of a timeless and natural humanity” As humans we tend to only think about what truly lies on the surface of one another. We tend not to search deep down within someone to try and create or find something new inside of them. This quote shows that we can create and manage idealisms and total other worlds in that of animation, and that the idealism in the movies can sometimes come out from within them and embed itself in the minds of people all ages. Every movie has a moral and every movie has a lesson.
She also demonstrates negative imagery to make a point that even though some bits of her childhood were unpleasant to remember, it was full of happy moments, as well. These images tap into your senses and briefly put you in her shoes, refuting the argument that her childhood was only full of sadness with few happy
The familiar story of choosing whether to live with the one you love or to make the noble choice is a story that remains captivating, as the story can truly go either way. I believe that the uncertainty of the story is what made it so interesting, I was invested and curious as to what would happen. I was able to root for characters and watch them deal with difficult situations. There was also a sprinkling of “feel-good” moments throughout the movie, that kept hope alive as I watched it for the characters. The “battle” between the French in the Germans as they tried to sing their songs over one another was a very emotional moment.
These themes are very common because a lot of people struggle with these issues. A lot of people deal with loss the same way as the daughter did. They regret the bad things they did to the person they lost, but are happy about the great memories they still have. It is very clearly shown that the daughter regrets certain things she has done to her father: “though many of my truths/must have grieved him/before the end”, but it also shown that she is grateful about the happy memories and that she misses the good times with him: “How I miss my father!/He cooked like a person/dancing/in a yoga meditation”. Through this the theme is clearly identifiable.
The film made me think about how grateful I should be that my parent are like Moana and how they want the best for me. The work changed my view of the world and myself because it is dangerous in the world and I should dream big like Moana. Also the filmmaker was trying to give the idea that a person can conquer anything that society throws at them. In addition, that you should always strive to be different. Some symbols in the movie are Maui’s tattoos, his tattoos represent everything he has did in his life.
The viewer and the protagonist in the texts bring out strong emotional responses. While urban spaces have always been in numerous movies, rural landscapes have taken a centre stage in movies. These landscapes play an powerful role in the narrative and the hostile environment takes an active role in becoming a primary character. Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (2003) is filled with familiar signifiers for an unfamiliar Japan: streets filled with neon pictographs, pop-star hipsters with multicoloured hair sporting synthetic fashions. Well known for its comedy the film from its western audience.