(2002) The Chamber of Secrets The film was also directed by Chris Columbus which got a rating of 83% from Rotten Tomatoes. This 161 minute film was the longest movie of Harry Potter series. Just like any other magic movies where the good always win over bad and does have happy endings. As the first film of Harry Potter series, The Chamber of Secrets followed this tone or flow of movie which brought minor dissatisfaction to some of its audiences in view of the movie’s
Vito Corleone Producers didn’t want to choose Marlon Brando to play Don. Vito Corleone, the eldest Corleone family in The Godfather, because of his failed experiments in recent years. They chose Lawrence Olivier and Edward Robinson for the role, but director Francis Ford Coppola insisted on playing one of the most important roles in the American cinema. Brando insisted on not keeping the role in the Godfather film, and followed another technique that made his performance more spontaneous. He wrote the scene dialogue on a piece of paper and placed it next to the camera to read it while filming, in a way closer to the method used on television.
Written stories have always been a source of inspiration for the film industry, film directors create their own adaptation putting into it their personal style. Sometimes they stick to the original story, others the interpretation is so different that we almost think is an original plot. “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” (1939) is an original story by James Thurber which has two film adaptations, but this time I am focusing on Ben Stiller’s version (2013). In this case, Stiller used the main idea of the short story: a man living in fantasy to escape from his monotonous life, and since that point he lets his imagination run free to give us a beautiful movie full of breathtaking shots, new characters, and a new perspective. Thurber and Stiller’s works share some similarities; and of course, they differ from one another at length.
The film of J.K Rowling's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is an uncommon critical movie in the arrangement. Like the book, this film is vital in setting up a perception for the straggling leftovers of the course of action. It is essential that the film supplements the novel however much as could sensibly be normal. Using one of the critical features of a movie; visual imagery, the film change of the fourth novel is a better than average reinforcement to the novel. The visual similarity in this film complements sentiments and reactions that we can't in any capacity, shape or form get from the book.
That was a biggest thing that was changed as this was the main point of the whole story. But still I think this change in the movie was good making the movie more romantic and showing that Gatsby died with the feelings of a winning but showing the audience that he was actually not a
Hypothetically, the principal phase of sound altering is "spotting," where the editor(s) and perhaps the director experience every second of the film with the administering sound proofreader to create a rundown of each sound that should be included, increased, or supplanted. This practice has fallen prey to requests for early previews, which have wreaked devastation on postproduction plans even though I made sure that each sound effects designed for the movie was matching the image and the sound level was good on the cuts in term of dialogue. The final cut of the movie was not as good as I expected it to be regarding sound design , a lot of changes have been made after my final sound edit was rendered , I do believe it was a problem of miscommunication that sadly caused this result that could have been fixed in no time. The two previous phases (pre-production , production) left me very satisfied .However , I was very happy to undertake this project as it taught me many things like assiduity patience and development in sound department and human conditioning , attitude and hard work is one of your most precious assets in the film industry , a good understanding and communicative crew is a winning crew
A man’s assiduous rise into money to get the love of his life back. Life abruptly cut short. This is what most readers and movie-goers glean from every iteration of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Both movie adaptations of the novel, Jack Clayton’s interpretation and Baz Luhrmann’s iteration, captures the overall plot, but certain nuances and particular instances of artistry that Fitzgerald wove into his work are lost in translation. Clayton does a much better job at authentically presenting the setting, characters and overall atmosphere that Fitzgerald had intended within the novel.
The story of Laurel and Hardy is one of many Hollywood examples of an actor being weak as an individual but a bonafide star in double act. From Laurel and Hardy rose such cinematic pairings as John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd, Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, and, as insufferable as they have become, Adam Sandler and David Spade. Some actors, however, have not been all that lucky when it comes to forging lasting relationships with other performers. Quite often it is the case that two actors sign on to appear alongside each other in a film only to find that they can barely stand to be together long enough to film their scenes. In polite society, people generally keep their problems with their co-workers to themselves.
Fate plays a large role in carrying along the story and characters until the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. It pushes characters against their beliefs and reasoning, it threads together the story in unlikely and convenient ways, and is always one step ahead of the characters throughout the entirety of the story. Fate is sometimes mentioned and criticized by characters in the play; however, it continues to shape their actions and decisions despite their slight awareness of its presence. A prime example of this control is shown when Romeo gets a bad feeling about going into the Capulet party. “I fear, too early; for my mind misgives some consequence yet hanging in the stars...” (I.IV.391).
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.