The filmmakers clearly thought about this, rather than creating an express film purely for marketing and sales.. The script is so accommodating to a large demographic, and when an animated film looks this stunning, it’s hard to fault it. To Perform or not to Perform: As with the Madagascar films, excellent voice talent has come out to play. With the pie Piéce de résistance being John Malkovich’s work as the chief villain. The addition of Benedict Cumberbatch adds a welcomed hint of classy humor to the proceedings.
The idea of the movie is not only to inform the viewer of Harry Porter’s dilemma but also to convince the viewer that there is more to him than just an orphan with nothing left to live for. In the Harry Potter movies, the concepts of friendship, determination, treachery, and good over evil are still well-known with new casts bringing new ideas and twists to the plot. The main character Harry Potter was played by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson was Hermione Granger and Rupert Grint was Ron Weasley. They form a great trio of friendship in these movies. The performance of every character in the movies was marvelous.
The actors Leonardo Dicaprio, Cameron Diaz, and Daniel Day-Lewis did a great job at making this movie more entertaining and that’s all thanks to Scorsese. Even though this movie doesn’t contain all true facts, it is still greatly appreciated for all the effort the cast put in to try and create something new; which can not be compared to other movies. In conclusion, this movie is historically accurate due to the way it involves many historical events/people and the way it interprets the gangs within the Five
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.
For Man of Steel Poster 4 gives a more human feel and demonstrates some of the action in the film soon to come that gives the viewer some exciting anticipation. With all things considered both films make for a great story in their own light, they both understood and succeeded in capturing the magic of superman as a character in the era it appealed
Throughout the movie, Dustin Hoffman, John Malkovich, and Kate Reid all provided an outstanding performance by ensuring that their facial expressions, body language, and emotions always shined through all the while they were creating realistic characters that were easily believable by the audience. Dustin Hoffman was the first actor that caught my attention in this movie. Although this is probably because he played the main character of the play, I found his passion in this performance to also be a sole reason as to why his acting was so intriguing. Hoffman truly put on an incredible performance in this movie, and a great deal of it had to do with his facial expressions and body language. Hoffman’s most effective scene in this film was the scene where Willy Loman got fired from his job.
The movie “Sorry Wrong Number” is superior compared to the story. This is because it uses filmmaking techniques such as lighting, sound, and editing to build suspense while the story depends on the reader’s imagination, which is not always good because not everyone has a good/creative imagination. To start off, there isn't a whole bunch of characterization in the story which can be confusing for the reader because the story is mainly Mrs.Stevenson talking with the operators and the Sergeant, it sure would be nice if we got a visual description of them. In the story, there aren't any description of Sergeant Duffy, George, and the other small part characters which is confusing because they do talk a lot even though they don’t have the biggest parts the readers want to about the small characters. In the story Sergeant Duffy states, “Just now I’ve got
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.
Another example of this familiar language is when Enriquez discusses Orpheus and Eurydice. He calls Orpheus a wonderful and charming guy who is a great partier and signer (3.53). He is relating Orpheus to a guy we all know making it familiar to the audience, therefore easy to fathom. By using these familiar, relatable examples Enriquez is also making his points crystal clear to the audience which is essential to his oral style. Enriquez’s use of vivid techniques is prime to the language in this speech.