Like in his movie Beatlejuice he uses close ups when Barbra and her husband got taken out of the ghost world and put back into the human world but they were dying and it showed a close up on their faces when they were dying and turning really old. Another example is from his movie Edward Scissorhands when Edward was tricked into breaking into Jim’s house and the alarm goes off and he gets locked into a room it zooms in on Edward’s face to show that he is scared and terrified. Close ups make sure that the audience know the intensity of the scene and is knowing of how the character
In the movie of Tim Burton, he uses many different kinds of cinematic techniques, which are shots and framing, camera angles, camera movements, lighting, editing techniques, and sound. In order to set up the mood and tone in the story, he uses those cinematic techniques in the movie. Tim Burton style are more of a dark and delightful childhood experience and that he embraces the dark elements. The movie that Tim’s famous for, have those styles and elements in it. For example, the movie Vincent has element that are dark and a childhood imagination story.
All movies of Tim Burton have something in common, in all his movies some of the girls’ characters have pancake white makeup, black eyes, spirals and stripes. In the three movies I saw, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Corpse Bride he uses flashbacks to his sad candy-free past, in Corpse Bride Emely sings about her nasty death, in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka has more than one flashback showing how and why he wanted to make a Chocolate Factory and his
Each cat’s relevance to the story are different but the result of the story is similar. Pitty Sing was mentioned only in the beginning and near the end of the story. Pluto played a huge role through half of the story before his owner killed him. Pitty Sing was talked about why he was going on the trip, in the beginning, because he was important to the grandmother. The next and last time Pitty Sing was relevant to the story was a key part, near the end, when he caused the car to flip over.
Like in his film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory when the trucks were being loaded with boxes and everything was grey except the trucks. Also, when the winners were about to enter the Factory and the factory was grey on the outside but when you walked in it was colorful. Another one of his films that used low lighting was Edward Scissorhands when the castle was grey and dark, but the other houses were colorful and bright. In Alice and Wonderland, the Queen of Hearts castle was grey and scary on the outside, but her soldiers were bright red and the good queen’s castle was white. There were not only lighting techniques though, there were a lot of flashbacks.
The Grimm brothers had multiple attempts to kill her, a comb, laces, a half poisoned apple. The apple is in both stories, but in the Grimm brothers only half of it is poised so that the stepmother can eat half to show that it’s not poisoned. To save Snow White the apple had to be removed from her throat, and there are two ways this is said to have happened. One was true loves first kiss, the prince found her in the forest and just had to kiss her which somehow got the apple out of her throat. Different from that would be the prince found her in the forest and had to take her body back with him, when he did that the casket was bumped and the apple fell out of her mouth waking her up.
With a high angel, his son standing up, and laying in a larger bed, Edward looks weak. As another example, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, when the people who won the golden ticket are walking into the gate of the factory. In this case, Burton wanted to make the winners look smaller and the factory look ginormous. He was giving a hint that the factory is huge, and the tour of factory will take long, however, with several interesting stops. In this movie, Burton had given his style a push,
One night Ponyboy goes out with his buddies Johnny and Dally were they sneak into a drive in movie, where they see 2 girls. Ponyboy starts talking to one of the girls cherry who tells him”things are rough all over. ”(35) Ponyboy doesn't believe this though because he thinks money can solve all their problems. Cherry was trying to tell ponyboy that everyone has problems even ones he has never heard of before.
In the movie many characters are put into situations that are comical, but would in real life end in death. One such moment would be when a girl named Vurka Salt is thrown into an incinerator pit by squirrels who deem her a bad nut, as she tips over the edge of the pit the audience is given one last look at her fearful face. The situation is on the surface is a harmless joke about how the girl is a selfish brat who needs discipline. Strangely at the same time it seemed as if one of the characters was killed for being a bad person. One of the many uses of music in films is to create feelings or emotions in the audience that would not be there naturally.
This told the audience her background and how she ended up in the world of the dead. Finally, he uses flashback in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” when Willy Wonka was explaining where he got the Oompa Loompas from. This made both the characters in the movie and the audience understand why there were people working in his factory when he said that he was the only one in there for
This lead to his assassination. When the accident happened white law had lied to the public on what happened. Emmett Till was a 14 year old boy from Chicago visiting with his Uncle and cousins in Money, Mississippi. On August 28,1955 Emmett and some local boys went to Bryant’s Grocery Store and Meat Market to buy candy and bubble gum after an exhausting day of picking cotton. Supposedly Emmet touched the hand, whistled at, flirted with a white woman.
Tim Burton’s film style essay In Tim Burton’s films, he uses various techniques to demonstrate different moods and tones. Tim Burton’s films include Edward Scissorhands, a drama film where a scientist dies before he can finish building Edward, leaving him with a freakish appearance by the scissor blades that the scientist has replaced hands for, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a adventure film where a small group of contest winners get to tour the magical Wonka factory and get a lifetime supply of chocolates, candies, and sweets. In the films mentioned before Tim Burton uses low-key and high-key lighting to create a gloomy and bright effect, and a long shot to create the distance of how far you are away from an object or a place. In
Tim Burton, a widely known and highly celebrated director and producer of several movies including Big Fish, Edward Scissorhands, and the 2005 version of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory were provided life by Burton’s unique usage of cinematic techniques. Burton’s handling of music was beyond spectacular as he could easily alter the mood of a scene in a matter of seconds. Not to mention his utilization of shots to capture specific angles and to aid the audience in understanding certain things such as height differences. A common technique in most of Burton’s films is the flashback which guides the audience in understanding a character's past. In this essay, I will be analyzing Tim Burton’s uses music, the long shot and the flashback.
“Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me”(Burton). Tim Burton, a very mysterious and dark director, had produced many unsettling but fantastic movies. Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are two very well produced movies from him, which feature common themes shown with appropriate cinematic elements. Tim Burton uses tilt, low key lighting, and non-diegetic sounds in Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to convey how creepiness can lead to curiosity. Tilts are generally used to show the vertical significance of something.
Many movie directors make films to appeal to their audiences. That’s their job in the film industry. However, a director named Tim Burton stands out above all by his unique style of filmmaking. He gives off a bowl of mixed emotions that gets easily manipulated by his cinematic techniques. In any of Tim Burton’s films, he uses three cinematic techniques such as lighting, camera angles, and music and sound to create a darkness and gothic-like style that helps interfere with what the audience feels.