Comparing Two Dumb Comedies I love the movie genre that involves me to laugh and brings me happiness, so I will be comparing the film “Step Brothers” with the movie “Dumb and Dumber”. I chose these two movies because they are some of my favorite movies of all time; also the genre, comedy, is my favorite to watch. These movies interest me because they make some of funniest jokes with the funniest actors. These two actors, Will Ferrell and Jim Carrey, have been some of my favorite actors since I was a child. I could watch these movies over and over again and wouldn’t get tired of seeing it.
Steven Spielberg dreamed and worked hard to be a filmmaker when he was young and it brought him to being one of the most famous directors today. He is a very clever man with very good ideas about ways of life, he says to follow your dreams in between the lines of his quote ,“ You shouldn’t dream your film, you should make
The film Jaws was an enjoyable film and has always been one of my favorites. I have watched it many times, but one of the things that always kind of bugged me with this particular film was the acting from one of its members. Some of the characters were portrayed in a logical manner, while others were not. They had specific roles that they were supposed to play and no matter how strange those roles were, they stuck to them and played them well. The special effects used in the movie were sometimes subtle, but used in a very powerful way as well.
Director Frank Darabont’s debut movie managed to win numerous awards, captivate the hearts and minds of the public, and has remained as one of the most touching and contemplative pieces of film work in modern times. As a critic once said, “The Shawshank Redemption is one of those films that is a true work of both art and magic.” (James Brundage). In this movie, we discover that an individual eventually finds that the very institution he or she spurned may be the only thing keeping him or her grounded. This phenomenon is one known as institutionalization and it is showcased as one of the main themes in The Shawshank Redemption. More than a mere prison drama, The Shawshank Redemption portrays the birth of an institutionalized society and its causes and effects on the individual.
The 5 main characters is Jeannette walls played by Brie Larson, Lori walls played by Sarah Snook, Brian walls play by Josh Caras, Rex walls played by Woody Harrelson, Rosemary walls played by Naomi Watt and finally Maureen walls played by Brigette Lundy-Paine To me I can personally say I liked the movie. The movie captures most of the scenes that are in the book but does not catch them all. The book had more eventful scenes and scenes that “wowed” me! I love the book it really brings out real life lessons about how we should appreciate what we have in life. If the movie didn 't cut out so many films it would have been a better movie.
Every aspect of the movie was virtue. For example, The actors did a terrific job. The script allowed the actors to capture the audience’s attention. For the period of time it was produced in, I believe that the editing and the quality of picture was very high-class. I believe that it is for these reasons that Slaughterhouse- five won the Prix du Jury at the 1972 Cannes Film Festival, the Hugo Award and the Saturn Award.
Hughes is known for producing and writing some of America’s best teen movies. Hughes produced Home Alone one and two and many other popular films. With the audience knowing who he is and the films he have produced, they trust that his work is credible. People will always remember who John Hughes is this will always have an ethos effect on the viewer’s sense of credibility. The Breakfast Club also appeals to ethos through personal experience.
He was absolutely devoted to his work and gave his full in everything that he did. He was a man of honor. His people loved him dearly, but of course, like any other nation, there were people who envied him and desired to be in the position he held. Thus, he had enemies too. Julius Caesar loved his country, Rome.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step (Lao Tzu).” Starting off may take time, but for this legendary Film Actor, Screenwriter, Director, Producer it took an amazing person to make history. In fact, his cinematic legendary movie “Rocky,” Imbd.com stated that the movie has scored “…ten Academy Award nominations, winning the Best Picture Award of 1976 and triggering one of the most financially successful movie franchises in history!” Sylvester Stallone is continuing to amaze his fans throughout the years. Without a doubt, Sylvester Stallone’s achievements ranging from his acting/screenwriting and many other talents, his determined drive is what has made him successful, and continues to inspire many people to pursue their dreams, and has also made him a heroine in the cinematic community. Best known for his movie “Rocky”, which he wrote in “3 ½ days, shot in twenty-eight days, and on a budget of $1 million dollars,” states New York Times, Sylvester
In the Glass Castle, the movie beautifully portrays the scenes in a visually pleasing manner. It captures the characters emotions and physical appearances nearly perfectly. Destin Daniel Cretton, the screenplay writer, does a wonderful job of putting the thrilling stories into action. The actors chosen could not have been better casted, Woody Harrelson, in particular, projects himself into character perfectly. Reading through the book, I wondered to myself how credible the stories actually are.
It is an active Episcopal church still serving people around the globe. Services are still held everyday and there are four services on Sunday, the same as in the 18th century. The church has been updated since the 1700s from the tower, to the altar, to the churchyard and to even the pews in the church. It 's all polished and in mint condition. It is stated in the official brochure to Bruton Parish Church that the Bruton Parish Church is "a colonial architectural masterpiece."