His visions for film are so clear in his mind, and are even clearer when portrayed in his films. His films have influenced the new generation to be more creative in hopes to make the new filmmakers try and create something as visually entertaining and unique. He changed media for the better by his own unique creations of film, in which many people have enjoyed. He sends a message to his viewers to not judge someone by their appearance. His universe is quite appealing than scary, although he uses strange characters to get his point across.
The editing here is reminiscent of Russian montage editing and creates a panicked feeling in the audience. The second edit I will look at is when ray drives out to a field and buries Ray alive which through the use of editing becomes one of the most suspenseful moments in the movie due to the shorts being much more drawn out. The camera also switches between being at Marty’s perspective and Rays perspective. The final edit
Any audience, whether children, teens, or adults, can identify with the characters of Inside Out. Scott also contributes the film’s success to the quality of the animation, saying the film “ranks among Pixar’s grandest visual triumphs.” The superb animation and the degree to which the audience connects to the film are what, in Scott’s eyes, make Inside Out great. 2. Do you find Scott’s TONE authoritative? Why or why not?
Throughout the movie, Dustin Hoffman, John Malkovich, and Kate Reid all provided an outstanding performance by ensuring that their facial expressions, body language, and emotions always shined through all the while they were creating realistic characters that were easily believable by the audience. Dustin Hoffman was the first actor that caught my attention in this movie. Although this is probably because he played the main character of the play, I found his passion in this performance to also be a sole reason as to why his acting was so intriguing. Hoffman truly put on an incredible performance in this movie, and a great deal of it had to do with his facial expressions and body language. Hoffman’s most effective scene in this film was the scene where Willy Loman got fired from his job.
They use harpoon gun that connects the harpoon to the shark and the barrel. By them doing this every time before the shark attacks the barrels come up. Together with, the music and the editing create great tension it keeps rising and every time the shark attacks he has his own music that brings the film from a 5 to a 10. Without sound editing this movie would not have the Hitchcock horror feel like it does Verna Fields did a great job blending everything together. Verna Fields made sure through her editing style she used would make the shark look as authentic as possible.
There are so many great movies in the world today.this is why it was very difficult to choose just one as my favorite. Yet after careful consideration i made a decision and choose rent. In this essay i will explain why i choose rent and an experience that i have had with this movie. First, let us look at why i like this movie so much. Rent is an enjoyable movie that has some great life lessons and songs.
Everything about this film for me was perfect. Starting with first scene, the establishment shot showing the California buildings then panning and zooming to the characters room. For a black and white old movie, there are so many powerful techniques used that are still relevant even to this day’s horror movies. Alfred Hitchcock (producer and director) managed to execute a horrifying film without using props and ghosts. The movie for me is psychologically Manipulating and thrilling to make sure your eyes are glued to the screen.
The Revenant is a splendid and inspiring story that does not give a minute to withdraw eyes while the film is playing. This movie presents drastically new meaning to man-versus-nature drama, to a greater extent, because of the brilliant acting performance of Leonardo DiCaprio. The Revenant was directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu who, after the majestic success of Birdman in 2014 found an inspiration in the less civilized area, specifically, North America of the 1820s. The shooting took place in rough, freezing conditions and, what is more, most productions shoot for twelve hours a day minimum. Iñárritu and director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki were forced to shoot in a more fractured manner due to the creative choices made, notably shooting
This is something which has always intrigued me as a filmmaker, as I have always loved watching films with two or more dimensions, and learning about German Expression has made it clearer to me. One thing that I have learned from this form of expressionism is that film becomes art only to the extent when the film image differs from reality. The constant use of crooked shapes in larger than life and artistic sets, the overexaggerated movements of the actors, and focusing on making the film a more visual fest to the eye of the audience while having a deep metaphorical layer has really inspired me. This new information could really influence my filmography as prior to learning about German Expressionism, I always used to think that having a metaphorical layer is enough for your film to be poetic but now I have learned that to make that metaphorical layer more believable to the audience, you need to support it by creating a world which would emphasize on the metaphor and also with the help of artistic visuals, just like in the German Expressionist films. This would help in making the audience connect with the story and the characters more easily.
For me, the scenes with Miller proved to be the most emotional, but really, the whole film was heartwarming or heartbreaking on some level. Beyond this, there are outstanding acting performances by Robert Deniro, Robin Williams, Julie Kavner and others. In that case, we give the movie a score of 10 out of 10. Well done to the director, writer actor and actresses. We are very well