Neo-traditional Romantic Comedy films differ from the profound romantic comedy, in other words, the “boy meets girl” concept, because they focus on realistic conflicts and de-emphasizes sex (Scott n.p.). People like looking at relationships with numerous conflicts and issues and this makes Neo-traditional Romantic Comedy films easy to relate to, thus adds popularity. Happy endings contribute a great part in Neo-traditional Romantic Comedy. Couples in films experience problems but live happily ever after. Sleepless in Seattle (1993) left viewers with a perception that couples are happy and will stay together forever (Scott n.p.).
Wonder Woman is the best example of a film that follows these universal ideas and processes, which is the reason it was such an enjoyable experience watching it. Some of you may have heard of a narrative pattern known as “The Hero’s Journey.” This is a universal process with multiple parts, which breaks down the typical story and actions of a hero, whether it be in literature, movies, or other forms of media. The first step in The Hero’s journey is the ordinary life. Of course, to a viewer of the film, the life of Diana Prince would appear to be far from ordinary. However, in context to the main character of the film, the film starts off by depicting the typical life of the Amazons (training, all women, etc.).
Much like Gatsby, during the young adult stage of his life, he was a quite poor man who had to create his own prosperity for himself. Amid these destitute years in both men 's’ lives, they fought in World War I and fell in love. For Fitzgerald, the lovely lady’s name was Zelda Sayre. She became his wife, his muse, and his inspiration for Daisy. Drawing from his personal story of meeting and charming Zelda, Fitzgerald formed Gatsby’s and Daisy’s story to match.
Monroe, who directed the remake of I spit on your grave, keeps a good flow as the movie progresses at a reasonable pace as he takes us on a fantasy adventure set in the medieval ages. Moreover, the action sequences were performed, giving a rather realistic element to the Sci-fi film. In addition to the leading actors, the rest of the cast delivers good acting that's worthy of mention. Moreover, the CGI effects are quite convincing, especially when it comes to the antagonist of the film, the Jabberwock. Jabberwock blends a few genres, namely action, fantasy and adventure to make a balanced mix of excitement, anticipation and enjoyment that audience loves.
The Wedding Planner, Step Up 2 and A Walk to Remember were all love stories and were structured as such. The lighting, the setup, the mood, and everything that goes with it told us that they were love stories. There was a man and a woman in each movie that right from the beginning the viewer wants to see them together. Cheaper by the Dozen 2 had a different subject and therefore a different story structure but nonetheless still held true to the Director’s style. For comparison, Cheaper by the Dozen 2 and The Pacifier had similar structure and
The ending of the novel is very romantic, almost as if Twain’s goal was to achieve a story book “happily ever after.” Everything in the ending of the novel goes mysteriously right and all the characters achieve the happiness they were seeking out in the beginning. A few examples include: Jim becoming a free man, Pap, Huck’s father dying so Huck is no longer subject to his alcoholism and abuse and Tom Sawyer, one of Huck’s closest friends, surviving a gunshot wound while aiding Huck and Jim during Jim’s escape. Twain uses realism and romanticism in a balance to keep readers in touch with reality as well as allowing readers to have a happy ending
At last, Gil decides to stay in the future and confront the reality. The characters, the themes and the scenes show effectiveness of the films that represent the novel of the Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby was precisely effective throughout the film through the characters, the themes and the scenes. Baz Luhrmann’s cast selection was excellent and extremely brought the movie to life, and still adapted to the novel. Leonardo DiCaprio and other star characters made the novel come straight to life and they all acted sensationally well, from the star to the background people.
Also, I was intrigued by the way the book does an excellent job in making its content relatable by incorporating true short stories told by the ancient Babylonians. By having these stories as examples it was exciting to see Arkad’s opinion. I also enjoyed the fact that the book was written and published in old English. I found the book inspirational because it discloses the secrets to being both wealthy and successful. This book holds the key to all you desire and everything you would wish to accomplish in life.
Second, is the hero. The main character is considered as the hero of the movie and the most important. It is also the hero that the screenwriters and directors wanted you to relate to and feel empathic for. They use everything, even lighting and sound, to help you identify it. However, it is also the easiest element to figure out.
MOVIE REVIEW for “Life Is “Beautiful” Roberto Benigni,NicolletaBraschi Family is the most important people in the world. You can do anything for them even your life will be in danger. In the movie which entitled “LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL” was a great movie, it talks about the sacrifices of parents for their son and also it helps family be strong. When we’re watching this movie, we didn’t felt being bored because even it is dramatic it has also a comedy which makes us laugh. The director which also Mr Roberto Benigni and The Miramax Home Entertainment, did a great job because the story itself touches the people’s heart.