Sontag claims that science fiction films has suspense, shock, surprises, has an inexorable plot, and how they invite a dispassionate, aesthetic view of destruction and violence. She also states that sci-fi is touching and some of it is depressing. Basically, detects war that opposes no problems or moral qualifications. Finally, she makes a claim that science technology is a good unifier and how they create a utopian society where everyone thinks alike. Sontag states powerful claims that are indeed true.
Spooky things exist to feed off people’s emotions. People normally view these spooky things using a set rules or scale to judge these type of monsters. This is how people are aware of the situations that they are in. In order to escape this situation, people must think about it to themselves. Due to these situations, people of our community watch horror movies in order to simulate the idea of spooky things for the future.
His insightful use of satire is the redeeming quality of the movie for me, which in turn allows me to appreciate the dark humor that encapsulates the film. I fear much of the American public will denounce the presentation as untimely and callous to the fears that are so widespread. I hope we can all take away something meaningful from this film and realize the shortcomings of certain ideologies like technological competition that we have clung to during the war. If nothing else people should leave the theatre after seeing this movie and realize that Kubrick actually takes the idea of nuclear war very seriously, and he challenges the audience to question the politics and ideologies that have dominated the country throughout the
Asma shows that his article was written for an educated or specialized audience by his continual use of complex vocabulary, as well as the place of which the article was first published. Asma did an excellent job convincing his audience using emotion, logic, and ethics. Besides his use of logic, there is a large amount of pathos in his writing, which makes the reader perceive that he is writing to a skeptical audience. For example, describing how in modern films, such as Frankenstein, “we dramatize the rage of the monstrous creature…then scold ourselves…[for being an] intolerant society”(61). “The liberal lesson of monsters
The film, Napoleon Dynamite, is full of laughs, but that is a study of the outcasts in society. Hess uses film techniques of sound and editing to emphasize the difficulties and rewards of being weird. The difficulties of being bullied by others, and the rewards of becoming president of the school. Hess follows truly strange characters, but the audience, beyond the laughs, can begin to relate to these characters and understand their
For entertainment and joy, people see horror movies, but the fun is morbid. The horror film is used to tap into the childish behavior of simplicity and extinguish the civilized behavior of an adult, King argues. “If we are all insane, then sanity
These reasons explain the film's mythic content. Usually, myths are seen more to be used in scary films. However, it is used in many other genres of film.In Coppola’s film, Bram Stoker’s Dracula the myths are portrayed in many ways. Dracula created myths that are easier to believe because they contain partial truths, although they quickly begin to enable improbabilities and impossibilities. For example, the romance portrayed in the movie has some truths, but it’s artificial.
Some people enjoy watching horror films, and reading horror themed books. Some people do not enjoy watching horror films, and reading horror themed books. People are also interested, because Frankenstein is a modern classic. People may also enjoy the fact that Frankenstein is based off of science
Audiences of these two creatures wish to escape reality and enjoy the longing, or fear that the movies, books, or games invoke. Having started out as characters in the mind of a storyteller, these two creatures have become beloved characters in today’s culture with the help of technology and science. “Monsters will always provide the possibility of mystery in our mundane “reality show” lives, hinting at a larger spiritual world; for if there are demons in midst, there surely must be angels lurking nearby as well” (Del Toro and Hogan,
Throughout the novel, Frankenstein, we see the motif of light and darkness. The light stands for the act of discovery in addition to obtaining knowledge and enlightenment. In the novel, the primary objective of Victor is to persue the light of understanding. With that being said, as we see, a substantial measure of nature is a mystery. Victor exposes dark secrets in the laboratory.