In my perspective; Precious is a splendid film, yet is likely best drew closer by taking a gander at it nearby Push. The film can remain all alone merits; it makes an isolated world and inside of that world, the viewer can discover a perspective and a general significance. Be that as it may, while White damages the movie, it has additionally not been very much served by the host of pundits who have penned apprehensively complimentary reviews. The film isn 't especially mind boggling. Be that as it may, familial lust is a troublesome subject, and the film 's clarity may have been exceptional progressed by starting to comprehend it
Even though as mentioned above, the movie is visually stunning however it is not for everyone to watch. The play itself even by Shakespeare lover’s is sometimes not believed that is written by Shakespeare. And Julie didn’t take out much from the original play. The movie is as gruesome as the play itself and for some it is considered a tasteless display of violence. However it can also be seen as a thought provoking movie, bluntly displaying the horrors of nonsense revenge and how far we can go to accomplish
The visuals itself tell a story, as it creates an overbearing counterbalance to the simplistic stance of the narrative. Miyazaki’s elegant drawing strokes, animation and use of color emphasize the lack of darkness and the sparseness of the elements that are supposedly contained in a wholesome narrative. The visuals have the ability to express unresolved tension lasting throughout the movie, preventing the audience to go back to the comfort of passivity. It’s almost as if Miyazaki purposely creates a critique for the conservative fantasy story by juxtaposing it with his phenomenal visual stylistics—or doing the story justice by laying down some valuable elements to enhance the quality of the narrative (but of course, I might be
I think this is a very accurate description of him and the role he needs to play in this movie. I do think when she isn’t talking about just if the characters have a good bod that she is accurate in how the characters play a solid role in how they need to be in this movie. She then goes on to talk about the battles of the movie and how they keep the movie exciting and how they range in size from huge battles to small skirmishes of just a few men. She comments on a slight blurriness of one of the scenes that would imply CGI, I didn’t notice this, but I guess this is what makes her more of review than myself as I didn’t really see this. Summing up her review she says that Troy is nothing more than a
The Odyssey Translated by Robert Fitzgerald might not be such a great example of the hero 's journey after all. Although the main character Odysseus, gives a clear example of many stages in the hero 's journey, he falls short on explaining a few key details about the hero 's journey. Is Odysseus still one of the best examples of a hero 's journey? Henry from Wandmaker by Ed Masessa is also an excellent example of the Hero 's Journey and might be an even better example than the Odysseus. Henry is from a world of magic and fantasy with real-world aspects, Odysseus is from an old Greek mythology epic with gods and goddesses.
Q1: MacCabe and Caldwell both analyze film authorship as a collective process ad a collaborative effort, but this does not mean that their ideas are interchangeable. Compare and contrast one key difference and one point of significant overlap between MacCabe and Caldwell’s theories. Film authorship is a fascinating topic for discussion because it had an enormous influence on the development of the industry. MacCabe and Caldwell propose similar film authorship theories that highlight the importance of collaborative efforts but propose different explanations of the role of a director. The similarity between the theories proposed by MacCabe and Caldwell is that both authors recognize that film authorship is a process that requires collective
This idea, of having your name remembered, is talked about in numerous scenes throughout the movie and is encouraging to all people that want to be remembered for ages. The movie Troy is inspired by Homer’s “The Iliad” and is full of romance, action, and greed. The movie recounts the legend of the Trojan War. In it, the Greeks, led by Menelaus of Sparta and Agamemnon of Mycenae, battle with the Trojans to obtain Menelaus’s cherished love. The movie is full of important characters.
The argument was whether or not photography was art. Soon this argument was asked about film and whether it was art because it seemed to transform the entire nature of art. Walter also inserted quotes from Abel Gance, Severin Mars and Alexandre Arnoux about their thought as to what actually constitutes for art. Wlater Benjamin then wrote,”It is instructive to note how their desire to class the film among the “arts” forces these theoreticians to read ritual elements into it – with a striking lack of discretion. Even today authors give film a similar contextual significance if not outright sacred one, then at least a supernatural one.
I am also hoping to answer the question, did he really exist, or was he just a face made up in the mind of the people to provide an image of what may of been. The Iliad is a story staged ten years after the start of the trojan war. The story takes place through many battle and is essentially a political conflict between the greek gods Zeus and Achilles. Throughout the dispute between the Greek and the Trojan there are many casualties with one god supporting one side and the other supporting the other. The war ended when Achilles slayed Hector outside the gates of Troy, the gods are again at peace and hector is returned to his family and given a proper burial.
Just like any other movies, Himala also has its strengths and weaknesses. One strength that should be praised is the storyline. The story itself is relatable and up to date, even until now, fir the issues tackled in the film still exists. The weakness I could point out is just the quality of the film based on its resolution. But then, overall, I believe that the movie is not just powerful but also moving.