Michael Douglas played the character so well that it made it seemed like the character was his true self. The acting was one of the elements that kept me engaged in the film. I am amazed how everyone was able to perform their roles so well. It made me feel like I was in the film following Bill around on his expedition. Not for a second did I feel like I was watching a film because the characters in the film greatly resemble people in the actual world.
Manto can be described as an enormous, entrancing and magnificent piece of art. Sarmad Khoosat and Shahid Nadeem have fought Manto’s case with complete honesty. I think those who were not expecting this movie to be this deep were certainly mesmerized after watching it. Many people were not expecting a film based on a writer’s life and work to be like any other movies but after watching the movie, I was truly impressed. Manto’s writings were introduced in a very good way and it was shown as to why he was not like many other people of his time.
Patriotism is also a great element because the audience is already rooting for somebody in the film. Patriotism also drives the the plot of the screenplay/film. Violence is also of great importance to a screenplay because it says a lot about the film and the characters. Violence also keeps the audience engaged in the screenplay or film. A film that has any or all of these elements
Many of the Austin Powers’ lines in the movies are very funny or inappropriate. The Austin Powers’ movies are known for their crude humor, specifically Austin Powers in Goldmember. The actors did such a fantastic job staying in character and making the relationship between one another realistic and lively. These character relationships also helped shape the never ending comedy in the movie. The plot of the movie was also well-written thanks to Mike Myers and his fellow writers.
Action movies have a lot of exciting effects like car chases and gun fights, involving stuntmen. They usually involve 'goodies' and 'baddies', so war and crime are common subjects. Action movies usually need very little effort to watch, since the plot is normally simple. For example, in Die Hard, terrorists take control of a skyscraper and ask for a big ransom in exchange for not killing the hostage workers. One hero somehow manages to save everyone.
The Rocky series has tried had to hit but more than that with this latest addition to the series it has shown that it can get hit hard and keep moving forward. The movie hits all the right beats and Coogler's deftly guides it through the expected cliched story arcs yet it feels refreshingly new. The 29 yr old director keeps the film rolling with the energy of a train muscling its way through the beats and cliches only to come out smarter than it entered. Ryan Coogler and co-writer Aaron Covington have brought a tale which is as old school as it can get yet refreshing new. The streets of Philly are beautifully captured by Maryse Alberti at times feeling as if you can smell it.
Harry Potter Names: Wafaa Al-Enezi 17285 Aisha Abu-Owainah 17584 Hneen Al-Kandri 17291 Munirah Ehmada 17324 American University of the Middle East F1 Abstract Harry Potter is one of the most popular movies because it has a very strong plot of the story, effective music, a good dialogue and attractive locations. The movie has a very attractive story with a strong plot. It also has a lot of attractive playback music that catch the attention of the spectators. Additionally, the movie has a good dialogue. Also, it had been recorded in many locations that help to give the real effects of the story.
The evolution of the director Baz Lurhmann Andrew Venter Topic two: “Lurhmann’s films are not so much adaptations as re-imaginings” Baz Lurhmann is a very distinctive director who is both loved and hated for his bold cinematic techniques. These techniques allow Lurhmann to recreate famous titles such as Romeo and Juliet in a way that very few people could have ever imagined. From Lurhmann’s first film Strictly Ballroom these techniques were very prevalent and instead of out growing these brash techniques he actually evolved and developed his techniques. And thus resulted, resulting in the creations of very successful films. In this essay I will be discussing how Lurhmann has evolved these cinematic techniques beginning in Strictly Ballroom, continuing in Romeo and Juliet and finally in The Great Gatsby.
In older movies, actors seemed very dramatic and had flamboyant actions to prove so; the actors in Hay Fever shared the same feel for the dramatics. As far as Stephen Wrentmore’s directing goes, he did an excellent job. The scene when Chris Karl (Richard) and Caitlin Stegemoller (Jackie) enter and are left alone to make small talk with each other is the best pertaining to directing. The two actors used the entire stage in this scene and were very awkward with one another. This was Wrentmore’s doing because you could tell he had a vision for this scene in particular because it seemed very crisp and well rehearsed.
He too justifies his character by excellent acting like the other characters of the film. Sandeep Gupta also notes that “Superb music, the amazing picturization of songs and the classical performances of the major actors make the movie remarkable.” Esha Khanna observes that, “Dev saab presents the character of Raju to the paramount of his capacity. He is good-looking, sharp and smart, while Waheeda Rehman is the enthralling danseuse. They both go together very well.” She also notes that “this is the everlasting archetypal and there are not enough words to elucidate its brilliance.” Watch it to recognize