In addition, pushing the ship until the engine blows up now Quint, Matt Harper and Chief Brody are stuck on a boat in the middle of the ocean. The realism of that scene was great we finally see the teeth of the shark and how massive the shark actually is. In Australia two known shark videographers Ron and Valerie Taylor filmed all of the extra footage for the film. Uniquely, bringing another layer of Authenticity to the film. For example, another great scene was when they used the Jaws theme to build suspense, when Matt Harper decides to build the cage and decides to stick poison into the shark to finally end this and the shark attacks the cage.
People say a picture is worth a thousand words. Just about every picture has rhetorical elements incorporated into their design. In this case, the well-crafted poster for Steven Spielberg’s film, Jaws, implements the use of ethos, pathos and logos in an attempt to get its audience to see the film. The poster for jaws is very effective at gaining the audience’s attention through the use of graphic pictures. The picture of the great white shark grabs the audience’s attention because it is something which just about everyone was afraid of even before this film was released.
It has the power to enhance, expand and supplement upon the significance of a films narrative. Music can express the unspoken words of a character and it provides the audience with the inner thoughts of characters. Music also has the ability to create a sense of (or give the illusion of) depth within the picture i.e. make a small space appear larger than it actually is. Music is a useful tool in indicating a certain era, an example of this is in The Great Gatsby where the music played at the party scenes is very much based on the music of the 1920’s.
The Special Function of the Music in The Great Gatsby There are no doubts that music is an important part of the movie – the movie without music cannot be appreciated and received fully by viewers: one can see the story, but do not really feel the story. When the first movie came out it was silent, but still accompanied by piano or orchestra (Boggs and Petrie 250), so that the viewers could be really led by the storyline. Music is able to make people feel many different emotions all on its own, with the way it sounds to the lyrics of the song, however, when the plot of the movie goes in pair with the music, it can heighten those emotions to a whole different level. To make the biggest impact on the person watching, the songs picked for the soundtrack have to have the intended effect. The Great Gatsby must be accompanied with songs about love, sadness, and happiness as The Great Gatsby has all those components intertwined movie.
However even with people arguing for even more diversity the film industry is unmistakably making incredible progress and is continuing to create more diversity, undoubtedly heading in the right direction. It is indisputable the struggle that producers and directors have gone through trying to make movies that leave everyone happy in the end. There is almost always someone who is not happy with something. Even with everything that Hollywood has done to represent all races, cultures, beliefs, and genders some people think more efforts need to be made to have an even amount of representation for everyone. Hollywood has made noticeable changes to make things equal for everyone and should be awarded instead of condemned for their efforts in creating more diversity both in front and behind the
His movies are mostly great hits for the dramatic scenes, thrilling nature, and the great quality. Also, he has inspired lots of people to become directors themselves, or to go into the theatre business. For example, the two directors James Cameron (who has made films The Terminator, The Abyss, Aliens, Titanic, and Avatar) and Neil Blomkamp, who is a more recent director who directed District 9 and Elysium. He opens people 's eyes to their true passion. Although he inspires directors, he also motivates random people
Zoidberg 's doctorates in art history(s7 ep6) allows him to appreciate art to its potential, even if not for the intended reasons. While Zoidberg does enjoy art, it is not always for its looks, or meaning of the art, rather how the piece tastes, and how it smells, but the great thing about art is how everyone can interpret art in their own way. Zoidberg also has an interest in the performing arts, as he was in a movie, directed by his uncle who was known for his comedy. (s3 ep8), and has been seen going to a concert(s4 ep18). An appreciation for art of a higher stature is a very important part of the transcendentalist movement, and seen through other transcendentalist
Spielberg continues to create tension in the action sequences with the shark by suggesting its presence once more with the yellow compressed air barrel, and the prosthetic shark is only fully seen when it attacks Quint. This scene focuses on shocking the audience with the graphic scene of Quint being eaten, as the creature that summoned so much suspense and dread earlier in the film, is arguably no longer frightening in its full form. In conclusion, the cinematography in Jaws functions as a way of creating suspense, the shot choices made are able to manipulate the audience into believing there is a shark, when the real animal is not fully seen on screen until minute 81. The shots used throughout
Where in the opening sequence of the movie has a happy emotional then quickly changed to dark eerie sounds triggering the feeling of reality in Wall-E world and this affects the audience emotions. Later the same piece of music is used in the introduction scene to Wall-E home creating a link back to that earlier scene in the movie giving the audience the emotion connection with the story of why that piece of music played at that time . Burtt also uses a synchronous sound technique when he wants to help the audience to define realism in a scene by implementing certain sound files he has created from Foley recording develop a link between the action on the screen and the audio sound which clearly detected in the scene where Wall-E meet Eve. Furthermore this scene introduces the characters dialog some of the narration within the movie. The Character voices is artificially enhanced to give the perception of robotic and Space like world Because Wall-E is an animation Ben Burtt had no production sound content to work with from production shoots so he had to apply a methodology that pushed Burtt to create approximately 2600 new sound files which took three years of his time for the movie which at the time was his biggest project.
Or other people may love dramatic movies but not science fiction movies. However, it is not that easy to make a great movie that will be remembered by the people for a long time. It is not that the plot should be great in order to make a great film but the beginning should capture the audience and the ending should be remembered by those who watched it. Ending is the most vital part of a film. However, not all films leave a mark to its audiences after being