The humor in this movies was funny to me because it was brutal, the joke scene like they were out of nowhere and was very out key, Dead pool was your casual try to help everyone he can but can 't help himself, throughout the movies Dead pool crack wise and make fun of himself and those around him made sex joke. It 's a clinical condition, he 's not a stand-up comedian whose jokes need to work on landing the joke, he 's mentally deranged and use comedy to play off this he say, but I believe it out of tragedy. in order to keep himself sane. however with all my approval it was not a perfect film but this story itself is a bit too derivative to really do its highly unconventional
n the beginning, Pleasantville appears similar a utopia society. Utopia means to be a perfect world. But instead, Pleasantville is the opposite is a dystopia society. Nonetheless, while watching, I recognize that both Pleasantville and Utopia are the opposite because Pleasantville is not a perfect town. In Pleasantville, rarely black and white boredom, pointless, endorsed life is already a horror for me, although we can likewise identify that the truth, justice, insignificance plus resolution is given in the movie.
There is some fun to be found in Manhunt, that 's for sure, and if someone ends up enjoying the film is great; but looking back at John Woo 's career and then looking at the production design alongside the result of "Manhunt", the outcome is disappointing. Overall, "Manhunt" is a poor and clumsy executed film brought by John Woo in an attempt to return to his action identity, filled with lousy acting and messy editing; ending in a cheap looking film full of over the top characters and laughable set pieces. Maybe next time John Woo, fingers
The facial animations, in particular, were a big issue in the movie which leads it into Uncanny Valley, this is because as the more something is made to resemble a human the more you see the flaws, thus making it unsettling, ironically the less detailed or realistic something looks it can pass off as human, for example how the 3D Disney character style is always accepted and never seen as uncanny. In Polar Express the characters are not badly made, they do look good, but it is the character animation that does not do the movie any justice, the animation is stiff and mannequin-like unfortunately and which made many reviews deem it as creepy. The animator Ward Jenkins wrote a blog post about Polar Express ' "valley" and how it is narrow enough that it could have been bridged easily (Ebert) meaning they could have taken themselves out of uncanny valley easily, mainly by tinkering with the eyes and even mouth movements, by stepping back from the motion capture just long enough to introduce a little good character animation that makes you see past the Uncanniness. It 's a pity that Zemeckis and Hanks did not make use of the cure so close at
He is immensely powerful in the books, and uses that to his advantage, but flaunts it very uncharacteristically in the movie in order to throw off the main character. One may describe him as a puppeteer of sorts. The actors cast in the movie don’t look like the book describes the characters. The only actor that really did well was the man who played Brom. Brom in the movie is a very important character, as he is the man who trains Eragon.
Even the Joker is just a showcase to advertise, with the brief flashback to part of his backstory only promote that there is a more interesting film in store. As one of the most prominent villains ever know, DC has made him into a literal joke. In Suicide Squad, he is only given bits and pieces of screen time, not even establishing why he is primarily there. Many of the Joker’s scenes were cut due to reasons unknown, but given those scenes were of Harley Quinn and Joker’s abusive relationship, most would consider that DC wanted to make it seem as though they were a seemingly normal couple, but with insanity added to their mental
Although I 'm sure that Hot Sugar is a very rare and talented artist this part of the movie just keeps bugging me. It make me upset because the movie is really entertaining, it succeeds in introducing me to Hot Sugar and making me interested in his works but all I want to write about is the part that troubling me the most.
Although, I think my favorite part of the movie, was when they played pranks. That might be a cliché, but honestly, I love that part. To watch Janis, Cady, and Damien all come up with and pull pranks without the principle seeing is just mind blowing sometimes. Kids at my school do that once in a while, but, they are going legit here. At least Cady knew who she was by the end of her year.
Nevertheless, various individuals enjoy a joke every now and then regardless if it includes dark humor; consequently, it does not make us senseless, ill, or sinister. According to King, “anticivilization emotions don’t go away, and they demand periodic exercise.” There is no proof correlating a sick joke to an antisocial or anticivilization behavior. Hence, those with sick jokes, seek to share these with others, since they suppose everyone else will additionally find them amusing; the complete opposite of what he states. In fact, statistics show that a high percentage of the population laughs at sick jokes even if they believe these jokes are disgusting.
Ella Enchanted is an interesting and fanciful take on the fairytale Cinderella that is adapted to suit modern gender attitudes. The tale unfolds in a fanciful medieval world filled with ogres, elves, fairies, and giants. The primary conflict of the story centers around Ella’s curse of obedience and her journey to break the curse. While there are some similarities between the book and movie versions of Ella Enchanted, the many differences are far more significant and include differences in tone, character, and climax.
The cliche jokes and scenes watered down the interesting movie. The Renaissance Man isn’t a great movie, not a classic, though it has some valuable attributes. The opening was nice, it sets the tone and the environment for the rest of the movie and the scenes to come. The film does a ok job introducing the characters, some of them were cheesy though, but when Mr. Bill Rago finds his calling the film ameliorates into a middling movie. There is strong imagery in the movie.