All the events taken place in this film are all plausible. For instance, Bill being a missed target for the drive by shooters, murder, domestic violence, and unemployment are all common issues people do face in various communities. The actors performed an outstanding job in acting out the characters from the film. Everyone 's roles were extremely believable, especially Bill, played by Michael Douglas. Michael Douglas played the character so well that it made it seemed like the character was his true self.
The background’s music is composed by veteran franchise composer John Williams. Williams is not only an excellent choice for the movie, but also his themes for the wizardry world make you live the moment. The volume of the music into the background is perfect. Also, the beats, when there is an exciting scene about to happens, are very interesting. For example, in the Quidditch game scene, when Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) was trying to catch the golden ball to win the game, the music was on point because it made us get interested whether Harry (Radcliffe) will catch the ball or not.
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
In today’s film industry, we see many great cinematic pieces that captivate viewers and critics alike. But past these brilliant screenplay writers and directors, we can see their inspirations of the many great directors and writers before them, one of which is Tim Burton who had the most astounding and indescribable effect on viewers. Tim Burton uses music, lighting and camera angles to exaggerate the huge differences between characters setting and mood. From Charlie and The Chocolate factory to The Corpse Bride we can see plenty of examples of this and the clear effect they have on the viewers. Moreover, these techniques are used in about every single film by Tim Burton making his audience very distinct and very specific.
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.
Kinetic, purposeful and visually awesome! Those are just some of the words I can use to describe how I feel about the Black Panther movie. This movie checks off a lot of boxes for what I feel is a great superhero movie. Writing, directing, costume design, soundtrack, production design and acting are all beautifully done! Warning: I will be abusing my exclamation points during this review – I loved this movie that much!!
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.
10 Best Dressed Hall of Fame Actors We appreciate the movies we are watching because of the story. However, we appreciate it more because of the persons who are playing the characters. However, it was not easy to be called as good, better or best actor especially when it comes to Hall of Fame. Actors need to put more a lot of effort for them to be known not just only in U.S. but also internationally. Actors who are one of the Hall of Fame had dressed up nicely in front of the cameras, reporters, audiences and fellow artists.
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.
It is a wonderfully well-written film and has a few excellent performances, a stellar cast, amazing direction and it will reside in your memory even after you leave the cinema hall. After watching the film, you would want to know more about Manto the writer and this actually means that the makers of the film have managed to get what they worked so hard for. With that being said, the film would have been better if it was cut short, especially in the end. Manto’s stay in the hospital could have been chopped off. Overall Manto is absolutely brilliant; this movie deserves to be watched over and over again.