The way he dropped so many hints in the beginning was really amazing so in order to truly get this movie I really think watching it twice would be really beneficial. I think for this movie; his goal was to show that everyone has a bad side to them. It cannot be helped; humans are programmed to have a dark side. The director was liked and had a seemingly happy life but by the end of the story we saw how that is not the case. The director also had a twisted mindset and was not the saint people saw him to be.
The only actor that really did well was the man who played Brom. Brom in the movie is a very important character, as he is the man who trains Eragon. In the book he dies to the same creatures that killed Eragon’s uncle, though to save time, he dies to Durza instead. His burial is also on top of a mountain instead of in a cave like it should have
Many people argue that “the book is better than the movie,” or “the movie is better than the book” when a book is adapted into film. In my opinion, literature can be just as scary as films or tv, if it is done correctly. There are certain elements that any horror story needs, whether in the form of a book or movie. Things like plot, suspense, and good use of description are essential to any good story. Plot is easily the most important.
The General The General (1926) is a highly acclaimed movie by Buster Keaton, and one Keaton believed to be his best work. While still being a comedy movie, The General differs from Keaton’s other movies in featuring more action. Viewers can recognize the common bubbling character typical of his works, but witness a new smooth efficiency to his character’s stunts distinctive to The General. The storyline of the movie proves to be rather simple, allowing the audience to really appreciate the camera work and the theme. As the movie follows clumsy character Johnny win his sweethearts love and fight the North during the Civil War, audiences witness that anyone can be a hero.
Once scene involving something coming out of the bed was pretty effectively freaky. In the end, though, Bed of the Dead borrows a lot of tropes and stylistic choices from other films. The creepy contortionist ghost lady has been down to death, but yet here it is in a scene that instead of being scary was feeling played out. A film with a title like Bed of the Dead had the chance to do something really crazy and original, but opted to borrow cliche 's instead. Verdict Bed of the Dead won 't win awards for originality or story, but it probably will win over people who enjoy a bit of blood and cuts in their bedrooms.
His previous work in Blue Valentine was outstanding in my opinion, a love story that does not end in the usual happily ever after we see in other movies made it unique. The Place Beyond the Pines focuses on a criminal with surprisingly good and touching motive behind his actions which is something that we do not usually see in a movie. As the movie came to an end, I started to wonder, was I the only one who was touched by all their characters and their motives? Well apparently not, Cianfrance was able to take the audience into a deep perspective of each character by giving a brief, but compassionate explanation of where they come from and where they intend to
Scenes That Only Quentin Tarantino Could Have Gotten Away With Most filmmakers love to push the boundaries and take us places we never thought we would go. They do this not only with twists and special effects but also introducing surprising content, dialogue, and characters. Sometimes these controversial pictures just flop and other times the thrills and shocks elevate them to cult status with runaway success. And when it comes to the shocking, the thrilling, and the controversial there’s one name that will always outshine all the rest and that’s Quentin Tarantino. He’s known for his trademark nonlinear storylines, superb casting, satirical subject matter, unique soundtracks, incredible dialogue and quirky pop culture references.
He especially enjoyed picking apart American films, which he believed were a bit too tacky for his taste. Jeunet is well known for his unique style of writing and directing, which can be described as a surreal masterpiece with a quirky accent. This is one of the many reasons why I think he is an amazing director. In a lot of his films, it
The film also had great themes that set the framework for future movies such as Blade Runner, according to Kenneth Turan. Finally, I thought the acting was amazing, especially by Brigitte Helm. I do not know how any other actress could have portrayed Maria and the machine Maria any better. 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.
Anthony followed him until it was the monster’s last seconds before collapsing, but before it went unconscious the dragon had an undone deed, to kill his slayer. Anthony was moving slowly, as he had been weakened by the disease. The monster, though dying he was, followed his victim. Due to his lack of expertise, Anthony underestimated the agility and so close it came to Anthony but it was right before it bit Anthony that it fell unconscious but alive. With meticulousness Anthony took a sample of the dragon’s blood and venom and immediately left for the nearest lab.
Here are some of the main reason of why sharks are getting hunted. Not everybody is scared of sharks but the people that are don’t like to swim in the same waters as them or go out on a boat. So ever since then people have been killing sharks so that the waters would be safer to swim in. Barnett said “ The ocean is a domain of the sharks and we go there with risk always”. Which is true every were you go you are at risk and it is not safe for anybody to swim with sharks.