Movies make us realize a lot of things in life which otherwise we wouldn’t take notice of. It is an interesting way of conveying a message in the form of a story. Conversely, movies in the midst of all the glitters of celebrities loose the essence of the story. The making of a movies involves a huge budget whereas books are printed at a lower cost and do not require a huge budget. If an actor does not live up to the expectations of the imaginary character in the book it does not do justice to the reader, thereby disappointing a whole lot of the movies fan following.
Why do creators spend money to make movies? Movies are vital to our society’s sense of entertainment. The movie production companies make a lot of money, but they also provide a platform for people to express their ideas in a film. However, many movie companies decide to churn out movies that are underperforming. As of recently, many remakes of old movies and sequels have lacked the rich content that movies need to succeed.
Due to this fact, it's best for one to understand why they gave up on silent films and what makes watching them so difficult in our current age. People usually give up on silent films for three reasons. The first is due to a lack of dialogue. If one was to think about it, dialogue is one of the most important elements in a film and to the film’s audience. Since silent films don’t actually contain any type of verbal dialogue that can be heard by the audience, this missing element makes it extremely difficult for most people to both watch and understand what is happening in the film.
If there has a cut down of advertisements, the revenue of this industry would drop. However, the lifeblood of this industry is depends on the box office success to generate the majority of operating revenue. Thus, theater chains need to have the newest movies to attract consumer attention. Furthermore, this industry has limited attraction to target audience of 12-24 year olds. On the other hand, some moviegoers had experience of interruptions during movies and extended advertising prior to showing of film, which caused they did not want to watch movie in theatre.
At the end, the rest of team could take lessons and inspiration from the main team to think outside the box and making drama which related to audience’s life, in order to give the excitement of the story. Other companies couldn’t replicate Pixar because they have different culture and resources inside the company. Pixar also have creative environment which they have the trust among peers to work
First, the movie tells the story through the eyes and the thoughts of Bryce and then through the eyes and the thoughts of Julie.2 While we know that sometimes, the repetition of a story can make audience bored, but surprisingly this movie doesn’t even make us feel that way. Even though it contains a lot of repetition stories, it is fun because even Julie has a very different point of view about what is happening between Bryce and her, and sometimes it is out of what I expected about their own feeling too. I cannot find the weaknesses from this movie but when I look into the details of the movie, there are some missing scenes that makes me astonished. One of the missing scenes is a scene in a morning when Julie is on a tree and she doesn’t want to go down from the tree knowing that the tree will be cut. Later on, a bus school arrives under the tree and stops, then the scene continues to a close-up shot of Julie asking Bryce to climb the tree and then the shot goes to Julie looking down at the Bryce and I realized that the bus has moved about a meter backwards.
Even though the technique facilitates some success, people will aesthetic fatigue when all the works are the same. Therefore, the technique of "Mickey Mousing" gradually disappear today, because of its overuse. When people emphasis all the movements in a film, audience cannot grab the most important point in a film and the movie will lose point because of the score. However, if people use the Mickey Mousing technique effectively and sometimes learn how to adjust the score, composers can also use this way in today's composing. Even though the Mickey Mosing technique is annoying and emphasize actions some time, it can really draw people into that film situation and create a memorable experience.
Do the Right Thing brings about many questions, while also leaving it up to the diverse audience to decide what they feel the right thing is. The movie also brings about the animosity that is forced between different ethnicities and races because of the way the culture in America has been
The media’s influence on one’s perception of a certain group can be completely untrue. One’s perception can be twisted if they solely rely on media for information, usually in the form of Hollywood movies. The truth is that movies usually use stereotypes for comedic effect. However, children, and even adults sometimes, pick up on these stereotypes either consciously or unconsciously, and it becomes part of their mindset. In the article, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Backpack,” Peggy McIntosh states that “men work from a base of unacknowledged privilege,” and most of that was “unconscious”.
Sample size The respondent does not enough because some of people did not like P.Ramlee films. Nowadays, teenagers more like to watch a Korea drama and movie. So i have a problem to make this research more accurately because do not have enough respondent. 2. Time Do not have enough time to make perfect for this research because i have a lot of assignment to do.