The song that is played during this is called “Everyday”. This piece of music does a perfectly good job at giving off the exact emotions that the audience would want to feel. It helps give a sense of nostalgia and happiness because Edward gets to go find the love of his life. Although this film does a fine job at using the music to make the audience have a stronger understanding of the mood in the scene; there is always some bad with the good. The downside of having a lot of great music is that there may even be too much of it.
What I liked in this movie is the only one that Dr. Sayer did not give up Leonard Lowe from his condition. Even if the mother says Leonard is losing but Dr. Sayer saw the spirit of fighting. This is the great discovery in the opening scenes of "Awakenings," preparing the way for sequences of enormous joy and heartbreak, as the patients are "awakened" to a personal freedom they had lost all hope of ever again experiencing. And I liked about Dr. Sayer on giving hope to the patients, giving his smiles and the courage of his ability. And the other hand I liked about Leonard who did not give up on his condition, Yes he saw the changes but he decided to live and start over
Perry has a long resume of work that he has done on popular television series such as Law and Order: SVU. I assumed PA2 was also directed by Oren Peli given the style of film making, but I was surprised to learn that Tod “Kip” Williams took over. The Door in the Floor Williams directed The Door in the Floor, which won the National Board of Review Award for Excellence in Filmmaking. Williams did a wonderful job taking over Peli’s role as director, though you could notice Peli’s influence. Overall, the crew did a fabulous job capturing the essence of the original.
(intro is unfinished) “The Hobbit” has been a favorite among children’s bedtime stories and adult fiction alike. This story has been around for generations captivating young and old hearts and minds with the incredible combination of history and magic. It is no wonder when news broke of a film adaptation that fans went wild and producers knew that to create a film worthy of their praise, they had to hire a man befitting of the role. Peter Jackson was the man bestowed this great honor largely because he understands and is familiar with the middle earth universe due to his previous directorial work on “The Lord of the Rings” series and the first installment of “The Hobbit” trilogy. Because, of these facts, “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” already establishes itself with a strong sense of ethos.
It’s a visualization based on an idea or a real-life even someone wants to create, using the technology of the movie world to produce stories that will leave the audience imagining what the world has in-stored for them. Movies are created by many varieties of artists that put together makes an epic piece of art. In a picture or a painting one may feel dead, love, loneliness, or anger, however in a movie one is compiled to feel every emotion in a short one-hour to a two-hour film. And that is exactly what Sanjay Leela Bhansali has don; he is one of the most critically acclaimed filmmakers in the Indian cinema. He has gifted the Indian cinema with various love stories like Devdas, Ram-Leela, Bajiro Mastani, and many more.
As listed above I consider this script is one of the best. The story of Shelton is full of evidence and details. Every action he did had a certain reason and was fully explained. Anyone who watches the film can’t claim that this was vague or he didn’t get the point of doing it. Sometimes it may occur but it will be clear toward the end of the movie.
Putting the true story aside and focussing on the novel and movie “in part adaption”, both were great for their own standards. In this sense I would like to categorize the book and movie with a historical fiction genre. Although I want to say the movie was better just because Leonardo Decaprio was in it. In my honest opinion, I don’t know why Decaprio won an Oscar for this movie rather than all the other amazing movies that he’s previously acted in, such as Titanic, or the Aviator. His acting is always great, but I think he won the Oscar for the sake of winning it, because it was due time.
I feel the movie was portrayed well, and I like some of the people the Lee cited. The movie was also able to show Lee and Leslie’s struggle in a credible way, and it managed to show how both sides felt too. I could feel and see why Leslie changed and that she truly wanted to share her discovery with her husband. It was also an overall good movie, which I would definitely recommend; I for sure wouldn’t mind watching it again. On a final note, the movie precisely shows the transition from skepticism to faith of an everyday man and his
Analysis: Strength: The strength of the movie is very applicable in real life and very at touchable to those people have a love one’s most especially to the teenagers. Team “Alempoy” have a nice chemistry. When you watch that movie you will not bored because full of comedy and they will easily catch your attention. Weaknesses: The weaknesses of the movie, the viewers are expecting a happy ending but it ends in the tragedy because Tonyo. They are two characters only and don’t show any of their backgrounds it’s better to have more characters.
Although he is widely regarded as one of the finest directors working today, you can either love him for his originality and distinctive style, or hate him for his artificiality. However, The Grand Budapest Hotel is his most complete work to date, it includes everything we are used to seeing from him and more, to the point that I would dare to say that if you don’t love it, you will at least enjoy the ride. His ability to shape live-action dramas as stylistic as cartoons really make the cut here, nobody can tell a comedy about a tragedy as elegantly as him. When asked about his influence on cinema in an interview with Time (2014) he replied, “I’m sort of quoting Stanley Kubrick, but when I do a movie, all I want to do is make an experience that can be as strong a version of whatever it is as it can be.” Without a doubt, Wes Anderson is a contemporary auteur, and The Grand Budapest Hotel: flawlessly written and beautifully directed is a definite must-see for every film lover out there, or everyone who is just looking to have some