The juxtaptions of a slow tracking shot to the montage editing of the altercation is a superb way to add tension to the scene. Additionally, the Coen brothers move the perspective of the camera around a lot and cut between them. They have some of the best shot reverse shot sequences in any films. They don’t bind themselves to just that and move the camera around a lot like the long tracking shots of Ray burying Marty alive. Finally, they are able to add a lot of dramatic irony to scenes by giving the audience more information than the characters have to build tension while keeping the scene easy to follow.
Whats better the original or the copy? Todays topic will be the classic cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I will be directing both the original film and the adaptation and choosing which is best in my opinion. The films have many differences. Such as costumes, actors, and delivery.
How john Proctor was a dynamic character in The Crucible and changed throughout the play because He wanted to prove that his wife never lies because the court thought she was lying about not being a witch. because The court thought that she was a witch because she had a doll with a sewing needle in the same place that Abigail got stabbed. because The court also thought she was lying about being pregnant. because . Therefore, how john Proctor was a
Doran’s version best fits Shakespeare's intention, because we see not only great emotion but also excellent camera work. “ In the same figure like the king that’s dead” (Shakespeare 9). In this quote it shows a lot about Bernardo. The first thing it shows is how scared he is actually about the so called ghost. Like he try’s to play it cool
Maurice Jarre, one of the most prolific film music composers in the 20th century, can very much be the guy who the past generation can trace every single tune they find themselves humming unintentionally, to quote The New York Times: "[He was] among the most sought-after composers in the movie industry." One doesn 't get that much attention unless they wholeheartedly deserve it, at least back then. Despite Jarre mainly composing for concert works, he 's mostly known for his film scores. He had one of the earliest composer/director cooperations with director David Lean, composing for most of his movies, including Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, and the last movie Lean ever directed before he died, Ghost.
First, I loved how Nolan injected the three parts of an illusion from the novel into the film, yet he also de-structured it by starting media res. The Illusion and Scoop have good structures as well but The Prestige is more interesting due to the theme of magic or illusion that is embedded within the plot’s layout and the characters. Changing the sequence of the story underlines the intricacy of intertwined human narratives. Borden is not one but two in the same way that Angier performed several lives. Additionally, the illusion is simpler in The Illusion and Scoop with motives of politics/love and murder, respectively.
In Shakespeare’s tragedy, Hamlet, there are a series of events that causes Hamlet to act abnormally. He has to deal with his father’s death, mother’s remarriage, and his lover Ophelia. However, it is often argued whether Hamlet’s madness is real or fake. Throughout the tragedy, he is over-exaggerating his madness for his plan of revenge.
The movie Elements are kind of unique by pulling the darkness and tension from horror movies and the calm and funny blend of family comedies. The new elements give a whole new spin on crime movies showing life in prison instead of the capturing of the criminal. While watching the movie I experienced Awe and hope. That was because though it is easy to give up and lose you can stand up, fight against the odds, and win. What I Learned was what life almost was like in prison and if why is hope so important.
Band of Brothers is a perfect example of the saying, “Out of the greatest tragedies come the best stories.” Through beautiful cinematography, storyline, and historical accuracy Band of Brothers is the ultimate glimpse into the lives of the brave men of “Easy” Company. When it comes to reviewing a film or television show cinematography is something that many critics take into consideration. For those that do not know Cinematography is defined in the dictionary as the art or science of motion-picture photography. Cinematography can make or brake a viewers experience with the show in question.
He does know how to play the bad guy as usual. Janson is a guy that is committed to finding a cure to the epidemic that is attacking the world as well. He is one of the most enjoyable characters in the whole movie as every time he appears we are reminded of what is really happening in the movie or mostly which way the director is taking us. Gillen should have more interventions in the movie he has managed to have a small success in television, but he should capitalize that on the big screen as he could be that bad guy that you love to hate. Wes Ball, the director of the film did want to have his vision on how the "Maze Runner" should look like and add his touch of adapting the source material, but sometimes complicating things only work against you and this is one of those cases as his attempt falls short and just makes this version so different from the world he try to introduce us in the last film.
The cinematography in Casablanca overall directs the audience’s attention while skillfully revealing not only the characters’ emotions, but the audience’s as well. The element of close-ups in this film’s cinematography is something that stood out to me from the very beginning. Throughout the entire film the use of close-ups directed the audience’s attention to the speaker as it would take a major distraction to unglue the audience’s eyes from the character’s that are being emphasized. The audience gets drawn in to the subject of the close-up and the background fizzles away to unveil intense emotions and a restless tone that have been created by the cinematography. For instance, when Rick notices Ilsa in his saloon the camera closes in on the characters as the camera goes back and forth to each of there faces to create a tense feeling without the audience knowing of their history.
Teddy Bear Memento is about a man named Leonard who suffers from anterograde amnesia looking for the man “John G” that raped and killed his wife. During the story, it introduces many characters in an odd format. One character sticks out more than the others. He goes by the name “Teddy” but his real name is John Gamel (John G).