Tim Burton is an American film director that many people know of. He has directed many movies that all have similar stuff in common, like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands, both very well known movies. His movies are dark, mysterious and sometimes even a little creepy. Burton uses music, light, and framing to help the audience understand the current mood of the scene better. Music can be used to bring the audience feel what the character in the movie would be feeling to cause you to become more involved, and that’s exactly what Burton does in his movies.
This movie will be fun because Madea have always had a background for making funny movies. The movie will be fun because it shows in the commercial Madea is afraid, and that's a instinct she usually doesn't have in movies. Then it shows that Madea hitting a clown,
This technique is interesting since the subject matter is a realistic one. Hess is “concerned with communicating ideas and emotions in the most effective way possible” (Gianetti 155). The film uses many jump cuts. The film is constantly cutting to show the audience what the director wants them to see. Hess uses this editing technique to emphasize the weirdness of characters.
The Volkswagen Darth Vader Kid Commercial (Television) This is a humorous commercial that heavily uses pathos. The commercials use of a childhood dream brings a happy and humor filled vibe that appeals to a large audience. In the commercial, a child dressed as Darth Vader attempts to use the force with no prevail. This appeals to the audience because Star Wars is so well known and has such a large fan base. When the child tries to use the force on a Volkswagen, his dad uses the remote start which creates tremendous shock and joy to the child because he now believes he can use the force.
The message of this song is heartbreak, but the music reflect a happier tone making this a piece that shouldn’t make sense, yet it does and quite well too. Based in a shoo-wop style, this is definitely more of a pop tune for her. This is a piece that you would want to swing dance to or hum in the car, and I found it stuck in my head all day. “Send in The Clowns,” is a directly compelling piece. Filled with a number of key changes and builds that had me wanting to play it over and over again.
Tim Burton, a well-known film director, has many more opportunities to display tone and mood than an author would. In movies such as Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland he uses various cinematic techniques to display eerie moods and tones. Burton’s films astonish many audiences because of his brilliant use of sound, angles, and lighting to display a unique, gothic, and unusual style for himself. Tim Burton, in Edward Scissorhands, uses lighting to create different tones and moods, as well as displaying his unique style. In Edward’s mansion the lighting is always low key.
The eerie music brings mystery to the meeting of the girls in the forest. Also the suitable shots in the movies allows the watchers to see the looks and emotions of the characters more clearly. Miller gives Elizabeth a shot with an entangled face to show her confusion of saying the truth or tell the lie in order to save John. Technical knowledge is necessary for a splendid movie. In short, “The Crucible” has the attractive aspect, the responsible actors, and the unique effects to become one of the successful movies by Hollywood.
The lighting he uses incorporates a sense of fantasy and reality, shown in Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. The town and factory are shown in high key lighting to show that it is their dream or fantasy. Their homes are shown in low light to represent loneliness and poverty respectively. Danny Elfman has created the soundtrack for all but one of Burton's films. This allows for the music to fit in with his style and all of his films have similar soundscapes.
However, what separates “Rear Window” from Hitchcock’s other films is its unique use of camera angles to show every suspenseful moment within the film. The usage of lights is also very important in creating many of the visual effects within this movie. Lastly, the music serves as a very effective tool in creating alternative feelings of dramatic emotion. Within my evaluation you will see and
The cinematic techniques of close-up, non-diegetic sound, and flashback are used by Tim Burton in order to create a mood or tone, show facial expressions or details, and to show an event before the stories events and can be seen in the films Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. One cinematic technique Tim Burton used in his movies was close-up. Close-up is added in movies to show a character’s emotions. For example, in Edward Scissorhands, Edward was scared of Peg, when she entered the mansion and saw him in the dark attic. Tim Burton added this scene to show that Edward was scared of Peg and Edward’s face emotions matched how he felt.