It does provide the view with knowledge of what actors/actresses may be staring in the film which could be a good or bad thing depending on who they are. Viewers sometimes go watch specific movies because it stars their favorite actor or actress and other people do the complete opposite due to a dislike in an actor or actress. This leaves one major rhetorical strategy to establish the interests of a viewer when it comes to looking at and analyzing a movie poster. That strategy is Pathos. With its high-strung appeal to the emotion of the audience, Pathos was the strategy that played a big role in the creation of the Identity poster, and many other movie posters like
Cinematography can make or brake a viewers experience with the show in question. Band of Brothers and their use of superb cinematography is one of the main reasons as to why the show is so enjoyable. With quick actions shots and use of point-of-view
Much of the world has been taught to fear the unknown and usually even the new. When the majority of people were just children they were taught not to talk to strangers, which is an excellent thing. However, this made them fear the new and unknown, which is now a large part of society today. A popular movie director named Tim Burton has illustrated this concept in several of his films using several different cinematic techniques. He has shown that we should be more accepting, and what that is positive can come of it.
As I watched the movie, I was reminded of a quote that I was not able to appreciate back that time. The quote, whose author remains anonymous, goes like this: we have to cherish this moment, because memories are elusive. This sentence summed everything about the movie for me that regardless the problems we face, life will still go on. As my first Taiwanese movie, Eat Drink Man Women left a surprisingly remarkable impression, considering in the beginning when watching the movie I was unsure and thought it would be monotonous. Nonetheless it served the director’s (Ang Lee) ambitions and characteristics solidly.
The movie for the most part is loose and a bit annoying as nothing seems to fit, but it falls in place later. Almost like staring at smaller bits too hard and not following, but when you take a step back and look at the bigger picture, it makes sense and this is what the director has done for majority of the movie. The disconnected and abrupt story lines make no sense by themselves but when understood as a part of Diane’s dream, it fits. The visual construct of the movie fits too. The shots are too close, almost like a person’s perspective.
For the moviegoer looking for a great movie to watch can be sometimes a challenge. Many times the preview trailer of a film may reveal too much, appearing to be good only to have been a bad movie or all the good parts shown in the trailer. Today going to a theater to watch a movie can be rather expensive and worse when the film was bad and a waste of time. Occasionally a relatively unknown movie can appeal to audiences in such a way to become a blockbuster. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a highly recommended movie to watch, with a little mix of Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark, this movie grabs the audience’s attention, has a catchy nostalgic soundtrack and the ability to have a fun time even for those reluctant to see it.
What is the most annoying thing while enjoying the film or TV series? The noise surrendering, the unpleasant environment or the embedded advertisement? Most of the interference can be excluded, but not the one embedded in the films or TV series itself. Nowadays, in order to increase the profit of the film or TV series, almost every films and TV series contain embedded advertisement. However, great amount of audience consider those embedded advertisements are not only impacts on the images, but also the story and viewing pleasant of the film or TV series.
This would often cause an inaccuracy in the cultural representations of different ethnicities, or stereotyping. Stereotyping has been around since the early 1960’s, and it is seen in many popular shows and movies such as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” with the portrayal of Mr. Yunioshi by Mickey Rooney. Since then stereotyping in the Hollywood industry has not greatly improved and in a way it feels like it has been normalized to stereotype different culture in media knowing that it still continues to this day. For Mr Nitura, stereotyping isn’t all that bad however he states that it becomes a problem when people start to view different cultures solely based on these stereotypes which he believes can definitely lead to more whitewashing. Furthermore, Mr. Nitura talked about how stereotyping affects different ethnicities.
Nevertheless, it is not an excuse for this problem to be left just like that even though it is not significantly large compared to other problems face by different industry. Hence, piracy needs to stop or at least controlled to avoid it from totally damage the film industry in Malaysia. The aim of this academic writing is to discuss on the causes of downloading pirated movies in Malaysia. 1.3 RESEARCH OBJECTIVE The main objective of this study is to determine the perception of UiTM students on the illegal downloading of movies. The two specific objectives of this research are: • To study the difference in genres of movies that students usually download illegally online according to their respective age.
“Honor Thy Father,” a crime drama film directed by Erik Matti, was an official entry to the 2015 Metro Manila Film Festival. It won several awards such as the best director, which is very well deserved for the phenomenal directing and filming of Erik Matti. Throughout the movie, the blocking, visuals, and scenes are very well thought of, which is supported by exemplary acting from its cast. Each technical aspect of the film works together perfectly, from the saturation and color of each scene to the focusing of the camera on certain details that brought life to the film. The screenplay, written by Michiko Yamamoto, deviates from the typical story seen in Filipino films.