Is there really more sex, violence, and profanity in today 's movies? All data shows a steady increase in the amount of movies with violence, with themes like death and blood being a constant nowadays. Sex has been showing a similar upward trend, maintaining high levels since the end of the 90s. Profanity is having a revival from its peak at the end of the 90s, with the last few years having the biggest amount of F-words ever seen.
The genre that reported with the greatest variability in total gross income was Action again, this highly probable because of the fact this category had the highest movies released, along with comedy. But being that Action brought in more income than comedy, action had a greater possibility of the variation, as action brought in the highest total gross revenue. However, Adventure had a pretty strong average, once the mean was calculated it reported that this genre averaged one hundred million, this genre only had eleven movie releases, imagine if there was more, Adventure would be a top contender. Upon looking at some of the movie titles in this genre, one can see why it did well with the eleven movies, titles such as The Hunger Games, The Hobbit, Interstellar and a couple more popular titles. Creating box plot and whisker data for the length of the movies by genre showed that Action had the longest movies released.
E.T. provided a more realistic visual effects look than audiences had seen on the silver screen before with live action films. Besides the three other academy awards that E.T. won in 1983 , it won the ‘best visual effects’ award due to its significance. Visual effects artists Dennis Muren and Carlo Rambaldi were the heads of the VFX team.
I argue that some movie crtitics who have negative thoughts about his work have an issue with his popularity in the sense that everybody has a comment. Spielberg’s movies are so widely prominent that the critics who usually just appeal to artistic movie watchers, suddenly lose their rareness. Even the average moviegoer has most likely some view about a Spielberg movie because his movies are so extensively
As they did it very well, while watching we will feel tense, sad, happy, sometimes we will feel anger based on what is being shown in the screen. Based on its title, Judgment at Nuremberg, it’s not a kind of an entertaining movie. It’s a kind of a learning movie especially in purpose of law learning, historical learning, and political learning as it always talking about laws, justices, politics, history, and many more in relation with those aspects and very few times it shows the other aspect. So for those who are seeking the happiness and entertainment, this movie is not recommended.
Some find the movie to be more entertaining because you can actually see what’s going on and it’s much easier to see then to imagine. You can listen to the characters and see what they’re actually doing. Other than in the book you have to imagine and sort of figure out what the characters look and sound like. In the book about Walter Mitty the reader doesn’t get a certain picture of what he look or sounds like.
Despite the lack of characters to get attached to, the film presents concepts and ideas that are seen in many other scary movies. The effects were raw and disturbing, providing a tense atmosphere to an audience. A horror film should be able to keep the viewer on the edge of their seats while providing a concise plot. Zombie movies don’t tend to explain for why the epidemic exists, but the fungus explanation of this film is an interesting perspective taken.
(He isn’t bad to stare at for 101 minutes) I do think Ryan was a smart person to cast in this movie because he has made so many great movies and has gained a “fan club” that watches any movie he is in. Sadly political movies aren’t attractive to most people as compared to Marvel movies and Fifty Shades of Grey, because most people don’t care for politics or think it will be boring. Having someone like Ryan in a political movie can gain a new/different audience that wouldn’t have watched the movie without his appearance. I think that when the producers of political films begin to cast individuals it is important to have a cast that people want to see.
While it is true that the final decisions of movies fall upon the corporate shareholders of the respective movie studios, there are ample accommodations that can be made by producers, directors, casting teams, and actors that can impact the tone and message of the movie before it reaches the big screen. Movies often focus on what is different between ethnic groups which lead to conflict. People who come from the various groups behave strangely and unlikely to understand the viewpoints of those outside their community, and Hollywood movies further this communication barrier by presenting ethnic groups as an alien species, unable to speak English at times. Not many people are open minded and outgoing enough to be able to see the differences from what they learn, hear, see, and what they encounter in the real world. As a matter of fact, instead of helping people from these differing groups build a healthy curiosity or appreciation of contrasts and similarities they share between each other, Hollywood has tried to create a chasm that only leads to further racial segregation and insecurities.
Ivory Tower Movie The movie Ivory Tower by Andrew Rossi was a great movie that I watched in my total wellness class. It is one of those movies that leaves the viewer with a number of fascinating questions and offers many facts on the present, totally defective system of the higher education in United States. Unfortunately, it does not really focus on one point, nor suggests what to do about this situation. For example, there are at least three sections shown on the documentary that could have spoken about on their own, like a documentary only on that topic, such as the UnCollege Movement, the events at Cooper Union, and the MOOC- Massive Online Courses. There is a lot of information in the documentary that I wish it was shaped into something more solid and to the
What the author means by that statement is that at first glance of the American system of success it seems easy, but then as you look deep into what you need as well as taking advantage of other things. You see in the movies how many people in the movies come to America because it is free and they hear so many stories of success. But in reality, they get here and they fail because they don’t know how to actually achieve it all. 4. Globalization can be great for a society, but it can also hurt the society.
Over the years, two science fiction movies have seemed to shine above all the others. Those movies are Star Wars and Star Trek, but which one 's better? Looking at the comparison, statistically in income, ratings, and ownership of both movies, they both have pluses and minuses to them. Although this is a very opinion based topic, looking at the different stats or popular one franchise will rank above the other. Star Wars is an extremely popular franchise with many large accomplishments in several areas.
1. MS13 is a ruthless cross-national gang, which communicates through countries yet operates in smaller separate entities. The gang originated in Los Angeles Ca., a fact that surprised myself as well as many other Americans. When MS13 is generally referred to people assimilate the name with Mexicans or Mexican Americans. While it is true the gang began under the leadership of Mexican Americans, it surprises many to know the worlds most dangerous gang originated right here within the supposedly safe United States.
This movie is a great example of how leadership roles collaborate in the pursuit of a common goal. The common goal in this case is to lead the tropic to the NBA by promotions and team structure. Jackie is the owner, player, and coach of the Flint Tropics basketball team. This leader is most successful in developing community support and interpersonal relationships. However, team members decided on Monix to coach the team, since he knows the game better than Jackie.