This movie will be fun because Madea have always had a background for making funny movies. The movie will be fun because it shows in the commercial Madea is afraid, and that's a instinct she usually doesn't have in movies. Then it shows that Madea hitting a clown,
Burton uses lighting, camera angles, and sound to give off a feeling of suspense, and eeriness in his films.. These film techniques are used in these films to make the viewer sit on the edge of their seat with anticipation. The effects of these film techniques keeps the viewers engaged and interested in the film(s). The lighting Tim burton uses is primarily dark and dreary. The majority of movies he produces is Horror and he uses that lighting to give off a feel of suspense and anticipation.
Consequentially, by having the main character come in contact with the dilemmas that many students face, it connects with the audience, specifically those who have faced or are facing similar predicaments. Even though there are some elements that may raise questions, once they are passed over the movie, Grease overall is a great movie that evokes feelings of nostalgia in the audience. The music and dancing brings an artistry that simply cannot be ignored and the story brings nostalgia that captures audiences
Avid watchers of the show can agree that it has a certain feature about it that keeps you intrigued. I have come to understand that Stranger Things does, in fact, offer an escape to its viewers. Feeling a connection to the fictional characters will make the audience long to binge-watch the series until the show is over. The directors are aiming for you to relate to the show in different ways, and they are most definitely achieving this. Being able to laugh, cry, ponder, and feel that connection all within one sitting is what makes Stranger Things so
In this situation, most students will probably say that the movie is better because it shows more detail; however, in the book/short story, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. included sensory detail that made the reader feel as though they were there watching the event take place; like they were in the audience. While the movie was entertaining, the story had you on the edge of your seat waiting for the next sentence. When there was written dialogue, the tone that was projected gave the story feeling and emotional connection. The descriptions of the characters and the way they acted, painted a visual picture so the reader was able to imagine and live the story of Harrison Bergeron’s life. Overall, the short story is preferred by those who like to know every detail and infer the ending and missing information so that it becomes a part of them and feel connected to the
I personally believe that stereotype is an issue of mainstream media in the United States, especially in TV shows and movies. After reading “Here Comes the Hillbilly, Again” by Michelle Dean, and watching The Beverly Hillbillies - Getting Settled, I agree with Dean’s claim that the film producer used hillbilly stereotype to create comedic effect for the sitcom. For audience, this episode is entertaining because it has many humorous situations that exceed audience’s imagination. However, it also creates a stereotype of Southern people through the images of the Clampett family. Although they plan to live in Beverly Hills, an area for wealthy people, their old car, their old things, and their poor physical appearance do not look like millionaires.
Comparing Two Dumb Comedies I love the movie genre that involves me to laugh and brings me happiness, so I will be comparing the film “Step Brothers” with the movie “Dumb and Dumber”. I chose these two movies because they are some of my favorite movies of all time; also the genre, comedy, is my favorite to watch. These movies interest me because they make some of funniest jokes with the funniest actors. These two actors, Will Ferrell and Jim Carrey, have been some of my favorite actors since I was a child. I could watch these movies over and over again and wouldn’t get tired of seeing it.
(Groen, 2002, Para.8) The more intriguing the individual finds the movie they are viewing. The more likely the individual is genuinely going to sit and give their full attention to the material they are viewing. Groups of friends and couples that love to discuss things throughout the film get so intrigued with the film they are watching. The individuals tend to go off into their private selves and thoughts Groen states. “When we are most truly, alone we are most truly an audience” (Groen, 2002,
This is best done by comparing two of his films, namely, Romeo and Juliette and The Great Gatsby. Although both these films have a large variety of common factors, such as the spectacular parties, the use of music and symbolism, it is how these techniques are executed that show us how he has evolved as a director. One technique that Baz Luhrmann has mastered is his ability to show the importance of a specific idea. This is clearly seen in his films like Romeo and Juliette, where he emphasized on the importance of violence by using guns rather than swords, he went even further in The Great Gatsby where he made Gatsby’s parties wild and crazy, not something that actually happened in the time when Gatsby is
With her article on visual pleasure in Hollywood cinema, Laura Mulvey shares her idea that part of the appeal of films is that it satisfies voyeurism and scopophilia. Deriving pleasure from watching characters who are “unaware” that they are being watched produces a voyeuristic look that can be broken down into three different looks. The first one is of course the look of the camera as it records the characters. The second look is the audiences’ look as they watch the characters, and the third look is the characters’ look as they watch each other. In Hollywood, men are portrayed as active and bearers of the look, while women are passive and the objects of the gaze.