Nolan is a true devotee to the ‘real’ and practical elements of film. His faithfulness to creating worlds and characters based on reality engenders an insatiable appetite for his work in the palates of audiences. This is, of course, fitting since Nolan plays on every moviegoer’s deepest – often hidden in the subconscious – desire, to see himself reflected on the big screen. It is this quality of humans, to seek themselves in others, that makes Nolan’s approach thrilling for the audience. His covenant to realism only enhances this excitement and makes both Batman Begins and The Dark Knight successful.
It does provide the view with knowledge of what actors/actresses may be staring in the film which could be a good or bad thing depending on who they are. Viewers sometimes go watch specific movies because it stars their favorite actor or actress and other people do the complete opposite due to a dislike in an actor or actress. This leaves one major rhetorical strategy to establish the interests of a viewer when it comes to looking at and analyzing a movie poster. That strategy is Pathos. With its high-strung appeal to the emotion of the audience, Pathos was the strategy that played a big role in the creation of the Identity poster, and many other movie posters like
As an audience we seem to accept any world presented to us in films, no matter how ludicrous or incomprehensible that world may be. Certain actions that could be considered crazy in real life, such as singing and dancing down a street, are often justified in film contexts due to hidden codes and conventions. What are these codes and conventions? Why are they present? And how do they go unnoticed to us as an educated audience?
This not only occurs in the case of violence but also in profane actions and words, sex and drug use. Thus, the impact that ratings creep has on society is the fact that they have the potential to shape future generations. Younger generations act upon what they see in movies, and their actions can shape the
Music in general can manipulate one's emotions, creates respective mood, and identify people. The use of music was essential while films were silent, but even nowadays when there is a considerable amount of sounds in the film, music still is an inevitable element making us better understand the plot of the film and get more feelings about what we see.
For the moviegoer looking for a great movie to watch can be sometimes a challenge. Many times the preview trailer of a film may reveal too much, appearing to be good only to have been a bad movie or all the good parts shown in the trailer. Today going to a theater to watch a movie can be rather expensive and worse when the film was bad and a waste of time. Occasionally a relatively unknown movie can appeal to audiences in such a way to become a blockbuster. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a highly recommended movie to watch, with a little mix of Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark, this movie grabs the audience’s attention, has a catchy nostalgic soundtrack and the ability to have a fun time even for those reluctant to see it.
Richard described the cultural trend, Social Impact Entertainment as the use of entertainment to impact positively on communities and societies. William further suggested that Social Impact Entertainment meant the intentional use of entertainment to deliver social changes. The impact of movies in the society today includes both positive and negative ones. These positive impacts include but are not limited to facilitation of cultural diffusion across the globe, imparting certain ethical values on the society, promoting socialization among the people, behavioral change, as well as inspirational and educational effects. However, films also have negative impacts such as promotion of violence among the youth, increase in number of sexually active teenagers and promotion of some negative values in the
While earlier the movies could gross for the weekend before word spread, it is impossible to do so now. As a result of this, the release and the marketing strategies of movies are now undergoing a change.  A brilliant form of word of mouth marketing through the social media is used by the movie industry to target the younger generation. A key characteristic about this segment of movie goers is their openness to be involved in the movie and its release. A sense of belonging with the movie and its success increases the likelihood of them to see the movie in the theatre.
Different people work differently in different situations. Organizational behavior helps to understand and predict behavior of the people and helps to improve relations between management and employees. Concepts of OB in Movie Movies just not only provide an entertainment, sometimes it is also provide some beautiful concepts and ideas. In the same way in my project movie “The Pursuit to Happyness” also have very beautiful and great concepts and ideas that I like to discuss here. Background of “The pursuit to Happyness” I watch the movie “The pursuit to happyness” not for entertainment but as my final project of organizational behavior (OB) to identify the concepts that are discuss in OB.
It can be said that Babel (2006) is an useful resource for learning intercultural communication as it clearly illustrates the cultural dimensions such as individualism versus collectivism, high versus low power distance by actualizing the abstract theories in books into undestandable practice in specific setting. If go further study, many other cultural dimensions like masculinity versus fermininity and future orientation versus humane orientation also can be easily and lively shown. Indeed, the film could give its audiences more than the entertainment of a normal drame, it is the knowledge about people, language and culture beyond the nation’s