Overall, it’s a fantastic movie that has many great scenes and experiences. Daniel’s tone as Lincoln was high, earnest, and folksy. Daniel told journalists when the producers came back with a better script, he says “I found it quite intriguing.” There are some great performances in this film that are truly incredible. It’s unbelievably well written. Actually, Daniel is 6ft 2in tall so he was very close to Lincoln’s actual height.
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.
Wonder Woman’s Journey of a Hero Have you ever wondered what made certain movie, specifically one with a central hero, so interesting and entertaining to watch? While on the topic, the film Wonder Woman, was immensely intriguing for me to watch, mainly because it resembles a lot of the other remarkable “hero films” I have watched over the course of my life. Of course, each different movie that is made has to be unique and special in its own way, however the best movies bear in common a a lot of similar elements and processes involving their main character(s). This, in a sense, makes a good movie universal. Wonder Woman is the best example of a film that follows these universal ideas and processes, which is the reason it was such an enjoyable experience watching 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
Based on watching just these movies I would have to say the director enjoys a romantic movie/family comedy in which the ending is exactly how the viewer would like it to end. The conclusion of these films is exactly what the viewer hopes for during the entire narrative, whether it’s true love or a happily ever after or a family coming together. He takes the viewer on a journey and delivers exactly what you want at the end which leaves the viewer with a sincere sense of contentment. The mise-en-scene in these movies was very similar but appropriate for each
My favorite character throughout the movie was Vincent because of his determination to prove people wrong and follow his dreams. I admire him for not limiting himself despite what he was told would be the outcome of his life. I believe we are often told what we can 't do until prove we can do it. Although Vincent had to hide who he really was for most of the film, he was victorious in the end when he was able to be considered a valid and be himself. In the movie Pump Up the Volume, the main character Mark, who recently moved to Arizona, lives a double life.
I liked the dramatic styles of the actors because it added to the drama of the plot. This movie did not have any glaring flaw and the attention to detail from the director, Fritz Lang, allowed the movie to be so great, such as how the workers who had been working walked slower than the fresh workers in the beginning of the film, as pointed out by Mordaunt Hall. Metropolis will probably always be remembered and watched for its awesome sets, memorable themes, outstanding acting, and its influence on the genre of science fiction as a
Chariots of Fire is a good movie that conveys a message quite remarkable, the will to win and transcendence, and all that it can garner. It is primarily a film about self-improvement, and belief. And more broadly a film about life. I wish the director left more room for emotions, but apart from that, it's a movie that I can recommend for a good time. The opening scene on the piece of Vangelis is chilling, the actors are wonderful.
The flow of the story is nice because you don’t expect that the two person with different behaviours being in love to each other. It really shown in the film that this is true life story of a two person. It is very inspiring because seems how love is powerful; through love can make people change; through love you can do everything; no one can stop you or dictate you if you are in the influence of love. For me; it is the best example of love story movie and you can learn a lot of lesson from it. I suggest watching this movie with your love ones; with your parents for them to understand the feeling of the teenagers; and with friend.
You 'll definitely feel better once you 've watched this movie. The eternal sunshine of a spotless mind Remembering the past can be excruciatingly painful and it would be great if we had a way to erase it, but the past is what makes us who we are. Remembering happiness that 's gone can be hard, but that 's a part of us and we should be grateful that it at least happened. What good do we have crying over