6. (2002) Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets The Chamber of Secrets was also directed by Chris Columbus which got a rating of 83% from Rotten Tomatoes. This 161 minute film was the longest movie of Harry Potter series. Just like any other magic movies where the good always win over bad and does have happy endings. As the first film of Harry Potter series, The Chamber of Secrets followed this tone or flow of movie which brought minor dissatisfaction to some of its audiences in view of the movie’s genre.
(2009) Half Blood Prince The film series of Harry Potter got an 84% from Rotten Tomatoes and was directed by David Yates. This movie was J.K Rowling’s favorite and it has a lot of incredible scenes but, it also had its weaknesses. First, the movie does not have its so-called ending. Then, there were episodes in the movie where it was different from the book like the teasing romance of Ginny and Harry, which in the film it appeared to be somewhat like forced and rushed. This is just one of the flaws of the movie but it does not mean that the movie is not good or annoying.
Most say that the first movie was better than the remake. Some blame the director, Tony Scott on the way he perceived the movie, saying that they are unsure if Scott ruined the story with his bombastic directing style or merely managing to keep restrain himself just enough to allow for an effective and highly watchable thriller. One critic said that “The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) represents typical Hollywood action from a director who knows how to push all the right big screen buttons. Unfortunately, once you’ve seen one police car smash into something at breakneck speed, you’ve seen the lot.” I have not watched the first (1972) film adaptation nor the television film (1998) so I have no words to say about this and the right to compare and comment. But, personally I quite admire the 2009 version of the movie.
Many of the Austin Powers’ lines in the movies are very funny or inappropriate. The Austin Powers’ movies are known for their crude humor, specifically Austin Powers in Goldmember. The actors did such a fantastic job staying in character and making the relationship between one another realistic and lively. These character relationships also helped shape the never ending comedy in the movie. The plot of the movie was also well-written thanks to Mike Myers and his fellow writers.
Marlon Brando “For my generation and generations to come, Marlon Brando represents truth and frankness as a public figure. Everything we know about the screenplay revolution is thanks to him: when you compare his work from the Quay to The Last Tango in Paris, you see the lightest possible, and full of sensations. "- (Martin Scorsese) Despite his German-British origins, Marlon Brando was the most influential actor in the history of the American cinema and even the most "disturbing" critic. Roger Ebert, said, "There is no one before or ever since that has been like Marlon Brando.” Jack Nicholson also said “He was so ingenious that it was the beginning of a revolution, and at the end of it was the end of a special revolution in the world of acting.
Because I knew it was going to be a good movie again from start to finish. In my opinion, I think Kevin Hart made the movie great because of his silly character he portrayed in the movie. He is one of the many comedians/actors I look for in movies because most of the time they make the movies what it is from their silly roles they play. I normally don’t look to see who produces the movies, but when I see Ice Cube I know that he produced and will be starring in the movie. I also like the fact that Ice Cube makes nothing but family comedies and, action packed family comedies.
It is obvious to readers that Huck is deeply afraid of dying because he is still a child but it almost seems that on every page that he is cheating death.On the other hand Sylvia Plath 's “I am Vertical” explains the bliss that she would enjoy if she was lying down dead rather than standing up living. Readers of both texts can see a clear divide in how the concept of death is portrayed.Through The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and “I am Vertical”, the works of Mark Twain and poet Sylvia Plath reveal that the concept of death can be bliss for some and sickening for others by using diction, imagery, and point of
"Hale: Well, women are used to worrying over trifles." (11) Turns out that trifle they were worrying about was a clue that lead them to the reason for the murder of the husband of Mrs. Wright, Mr. Wright. This trifle that is being referenced is whether or not they believed Mrs. Wright wanted to quilt her quilt or knot it. Something so small but was a huge clue that gave an observer a window into the mind of Mrs. Wright. Something that the men only brushed off as a joke when the women brought it up.
Scene transitions are accomplished often through a wipe, which removes unnecessary and excess points. His cinematography is a simple language a type of visual poetry, he uses light and dark to great effect; silhouetting a character to highlight a change in situation. You instantly grasp that these characters do not know one another. Capra’s style has a purity and highlights the truth in the performances. You immediately know who the antagonist is, through the use of subtle low angle shots, where the other characters are inferior.
An example of an experimental film, which is very different to Mulholland drive, is Christopher Nolan’s work piece, Memento. The film follows a man name Leonard, who is in search of the man who raped and murdered his wife, as well as damaged his memory. Leonard suffers from amnesia, which is a form of short-term memory loss that prevents him from making any new memories. The story is told by Leonard’s through his eyes, on how he remembers things by writing it all on notes. The viewers are introduced to Leonard in the first scene, when he kills Teddy; the man that he ultimately believed killed his wife.