“Bueller…, Bueller..., Bueller...” A timeless quote from one of the greatest movies John Hughes Directed that still resonates today. An innovator, legend, and idol to many, I believe John Hughes is one of the greatest directors of all time. John Hughes’ unique style of relatable scenarios portraying the developmental challenges teenagers go through in The Breakfast Club, and Ferris Buhler’s Day off. Teenagers are aliens; they don’t listen; they rebel; they drive adults crazy. In the movie, The Breakfast Club, John Hughes shows the many ways that teens struggle to fit in.
Dolph Lundgren’s rise to fame can be credited with his notable performance in the 1985 hit Rocky IV. From being known as an action star, he has explored different aspects of the film industry and worked as a producer, screenwriter, and a director. Indeed, he has come a long way after starting out with a bit part in an old James Bond movie. Named Hans Lundgren, he was born on November 3, 1957, to Swedish parents. As a young child, he saw his father as a physically-abusive figure who viewed him as a “loser.” This stuck to the young boy, who would, later on, attribute his ambitious streaks as a means to prove himself.
“The American motion picture is one of the most effective mediums in informing and entertaining our citizens….” -Lowell Mellet, 1941 Today, big movies like “Taken” had made an impact on today’s life about the extent a father’s love would go. In the 1940’s, a major motion picture that left an impact on their everyday life were movies like, “Yankee Doodle Dandy”, “Why We Fight”, and “Victory through the Air”. These movies had an effect on people in the 1940’s because it was a time of a terrible war. World War II was the biggest muse for television, movies, and theatre in the 1940’s. From 1939 to 1945, World War II was going on.
With loads of sarcasm from the ex-couple, this movie is sure to be a good one for the family. Casting is excellent, with Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in the top roles. Perhaps the funniest, certainly the fastest talkie comedy ever made. This brilliant reworking of the classic newspaper play The Front Page from director Howard Hawks is the fastest-talking comedy in the history of Hollywood and the perfect vehicle for Cary Grant - never better - and Rosalind Russell - never tougher. Limited for most of the time to two sets, the film 's great strength is the interplay between the two leads, who play former spouses having a tough time remaining apart.
Cinema’s director Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most important and influential filmmakers of all the times. Using revolutionary techniques and controversial topics, Therefore, Hitchcock captivated the public as no other director of his time. One of the techniques that he made famous, his use of the hearing as a voyeur of the action on the screen. Hitchcock used this technique to dim the line between the innocent and the guilty. As well as to the public in the position where they were personally involved in the characters of the film.
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. He also had significant
Buñuel diverted from this typical ‘pleasurable’ progression of classical cinema throughout his entire career. The Spanish director “was a singular figure in world cinema, and a consecrated auteur from the start.”(Russell, 2005) His narrative experimentation was consistently ahead of its time with his films resonating with audiences due to their provocative nature and rebellion against the stylistic and narrative conventions of classical cinema, which were cemented into the normality of society. Born into the foundation of cinema itself; “his work moves from surrealist experimentation in the 1920s, through commercial comedies and melodrama in the 1950s, to postmodernist cine d’art in the 1960s and ’70s.” (Russell,
The more clearly I can see its physical manifestation, the more I am stirred by its mystery. It is one of the miracles of cinema that in 1941 a first-time director; a cynical, hard-drinking writer; an innovative cinematographer, and a group of New York stage and radio actors were given the keys to a studio and total control, and made a masterpiece. “Citizen Kane” is more than a great movie; it is a gathering of all the lessons of
The concept of hero and villain has existed for as long as the histories of humanity could remember. However, for the past years film has become one of the dominant media of our culture and history to foretell the epic about heroes and their saga. Many film made their appearance by daringly imposing the famous heroic epic which eventually made into many versions due to how popular the epic, by reflecting on that then it is logical to see many Ramayana and Mahabharata versions streaming through the televisions or the cinemas. Through the time we may find that the hero we know has become more “human” and more fallible over time, those heroes are constantly changing entity; the same concept of heroicness traits but with different settings and
The dilemma of deciphering a man 's life after it has finished is the focal subject of Citizen Kane. Subsequent to seeing an inside and out, taped account of Kane 's life, the question is asked: Who, truly, was Charles Foster Kane? It is perceived that a man isn 't the sum of the entirety of his accomplishments, belonging, or activities, however that something more profound must drive him.The new, refined, and excellent perfect work of art, Citizen Kane (1941), is presumably the world 's most well known and very appraised film, with its numerous noteworthy scenes and exhibitions, realistic and account systems and exploratory developments in regards to its photography, altering, and sound. President Kane has been praised as the best movie to leave America amidst the black and white Era. Apart from this, it speaks to the culminating point of Orson Welles ' film making profession.