For example, he lies, his actions with Grendel’s mother, and his actions with the Queen. All of these show how Beowulf’s morality is not exactly the same heroic qualities the reader remembers from the book. In the movie he seems to have more bad qualities. Beowulf is not really a bad person, but from watching the movie the viewer can assume that Beowulf is almost more human-like. When reading Beowulf the reader can see how he is such an epic hero and has all the good qualities like being heroic, brave, loyal, and being basically superior over ordinary humans.
The juxtaptions of a slow tracking shot to the montage editing of the altercation is a superb way to add tension to the scene. Additionally, the Coen brothers move the perspective of the camera around a lot and cut between them. They have some of the best shot reverse shot sequences in any films. They don’t bind themselves to just that and move the camera around a lot like the long tracking shots of Ray burying Marty alive. Finally, they are able to add a lot of dramatic irony to scenes by giving the audience more information than the characters have to build tension while keeping the scene easy to follow.
Like they would try to show someone hurt by making them laugh. If someone is hurt there not just gonna sit there laughing. The better film was the one by Doran. This is the so called better film for several reason. First, is that it is a lot more modern.
By that he meant that the success of an artistic project depends on the stylistic qualities of the author, and not on the work itself. Based on the specific argument, Truffaut stated in a provocative way that “there are no good and bad movies, only good and bad directors”. Thus, Truffaut praised the remarkable visual style that is reflected in the director’s body of work (the film) through a consistency of themes. He also believed that even if a film is produced collectively, the director’s artistry outshines any further interference from the film
It helps the viewer focus on the plot and what’s going on in the movie, rather than worrying about the poor cinematographics. This is especially important to making a quality movie. The well taken camera angles are a huge help, as they are always being focused on the important aspects of each scenes, rather than being messy and focusing on unnecessary unimportant props and such. The panning of the camera isn’t sloppy or distracting, which becomes a problem in poorly made movies. The movie Simon Birch is a four out of four star movie because of the well made characters and the great cinematography.
A strength the movie had was its accuracy. It’s accuracy was a strength because it made it more interesting and helped you connect it to what you may know you. A weakness it had was the acting.The acting was too over dramatic and at times inaccurate when weapons were thrown. Although this movie had a few weaknesses, it overall had many strengths. “All Quiet on the Western Front” was a movie made in 1979 describing what happened during World War I.
Overall, minus a few hiccups, I greatly enjoyed this movie. The three aspects that most grabbed my attention becoming the sources of my enjoyment were character portrayal, the symbolism used in almost every scene, and connections to my own life experiences. I have always been a great supporter of the idea that characters are what makes a film great, for they are the basis of any narrative and prove to be one of the most
Frank Ford C. also did a good job with the plot of the story and bringing it to life. My favorite parts were the fight at the beginning, the rumble, and when Dally gets shot. I enjoyed these parts for the action, not the violence. Especially since Dally was my favorite character. The only thing I didn’t like about the movie was the music.
Hollywood fantasy thrives off of lies, manipulation, and distraction, trying to overcome some sort of belief or evil person. Both of these films characters, Max and Roy, convey fantasy through the same reason, being a hopeless romantic and suicide, but for different objectives. Max and Roy have both ended in up in very unfortunate circumstances. They were once at their highest peak. Max used to be a successful film producer who discovered Norma Desmond and married her falling deeply in love.
Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump played the role phenomenally, allowing me to truly see through the eyes of Forrest. A true message of this movie is that life can hit you with anything, but embracing those moments and playing them to your strengths is what you must do in order to be truly happy and graceful in
I enjoyed the movie better than the book. It included just the right amount of action scenes, description words, and details from the story. The story was amazing but I like seeing things more than reading them. I usually like the movies better than the book. If I didn 't have the book I still think that I would be able to follow along with the movie and know what is going on.
Not only did these actors put their heart and soul into becoming the character that won them the award, but also their family, makeup artists, directors, fans, and so many more made it possible for them. In saying this, it is important that these behind the scene supporters are commemorated. Leonardo Dicaprio says it best by saying, “The Revenant was the product of the tireless efforts of an unbelievable cast and crew” (Leonardo Dicaprio). Leonardo surpassed expectations of recognition for his team when he mentions each person, then continues to comment something short about how they have contributed. Brie does a suitable job of stating the names, much like Leonardo, however, she seldom comments about how they supported
This movie can catch the attention of anyone willing to watch it, because although it is seemingly geared towards the “chick flick” crowd, “The Help” is a movie that can entertain and intrigue any audience. An emotional rollercoaster, the film flip-flops between tear-jerking, emotional scenes and comedic relief so seamlessly that you don’t know how to feel. However, that’s not to say that you come away with mixed feelings; the filmmakers do a good job of holding their message of hope down while not haranguing you with sadness until you just can’t finish the movie, a problem that so often plagues films trying to make light of racial issues. “The Help” was not a movie I expected to fall in love with, but as soon as I watched it I definitely did. Not only is the story beautiful and touching, but it shows it’s issues in a way that