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Titanic is considered as a masterpiece of all time with all the flavours of entertainment likely romance, single angle, beautiful plot, spectacular visual effects, marvallous acting and direction. All the elements are very much present in James Cameron’s Titanic with all elements in proper ratio and proportion. As tragic voyage has been the tradition of Hollywood epics Cameron did not differ from that as well. The illusion is present in the film in a very convincing and seamless way.
The involves a young girl of 17 years named Rose Dewitt Bukater who has been sailing in the sea to her doom as her penniless mother has forced her to marry a supersicillious and arrogant snob named Cal Hockley. But she does not like the single attitudes as well as perspectives of him and on the ship, she met Jack Dawson who saves her from overcoming all the obstacles. But how he does it revolves around the storyline. Meanwhile, the ship gets broken by the floated icebergs and what happens in the last is the storyline. The screenplay of the story reveals some awesome moments on the ship like an awesome engine room, Irish dance, the ship’s design and so on. The intriguing storytelling and acting completely attract the audience and make the audience feel what is exactly happening.
Director Cameron has offered some brilliant shots throughout the film. In the opening shots, the nude dearing of a young girl, by the time the ship sinks, the surroundings while the ship is sinking, the brilliant dialogue is pulled out with sheer excellence and perfection. There are various vignettes and subplots are strongly constructed. The technical aspects are also constructed with brilliant artistry. Here the director has proved that filmmakers can also build drama and history in proper proportion so successfully.
All the cast and crew especially Leonardo Dicaprio as Jack and Kate Winslet as Rose are tremendously attractive as they have perfectly brought up the nasty world along with its snobbism through their acting. They are brilliant in each sequence be it in romance, action, terror while sinking. The effortless acting by the other pivotal characters Billy Zane as Cal Hockley, Kathy Bates as Molly Brown, Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett have also done complete justice to their characters.
The story of the film as well as the saga both are very convincing to the audience and can connect to the audience very much. The setup of the story and behave of all classes travelling in a ship brilliantly carry out the characteristics of the different classes of the society. The screenplay is wonderfully written as the villain also reveals a human aspect of his character during the crisis moment of the film. Overall the film has all the entertaining elements and is a must-watch for the audience.
After the directorial failure of Piranha II made this film with immense conceptualize artistry and special effects. The production of the film has created the evolution of the director from low budget to highly Hollywood parameter. Through this film, the audience has witnessed the brilliant glory as well as absurdities that created a revolution in terms of cinematic development. The director said that he came to know about the plot from a fever dream that he experienced during his first film.
The plot revolves around two men who have arrived on time travel from 2029 to 1884. One of them is an assassin called terminator who has been assigned to kill a woman called Sarah Connor. The other character is a human soldier called Kyle Reese, who stops the terminator from doing the assassins. Thus the story moves forward with tassels if he will be able to kill Sarah Connor who will become the mother of the future resistance’s leader. On the other hand, soldier kyle is continually turning him back from completing his mission. Throughout the film, the three characters are engaged in a do-or-die mission and there is no way to move back and this has made the thriller element more precise and exciting for the audience. The director has left no space for emotion in the world of terminator but there is a bit of tenderness.
Director James Cameron has worked on the scripts on various levels as the direness of his own life also has been incorporated into the storytelling. The screenplay of the play directly connects to the deceased species through the series where there is the scene of horrifying injuries upon the bodies. The characters are written with facelessness that feel no pain or remorse even do not stop until their target is not fulfilled. The filming of story is set in departmental stores with cheap apartments smoke filled lightbulbs in Los Angeles.
The cast and crew of the film have also delivered superb performances. Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator is invincible and has delivered an out-of-the-box performance with complete conviction. He mixes with the skin into the character very well and has been able to create that rage within the character. Besides that, the other characters like Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor have also done justice to their characters. The all characters with a stroke of fortune and a stroke of genius superbly carried their roles. The background music also played a vital role in this movie, especially in those chase scenes.
A few drawbacks are there in the film as the audience somehow missed the vibe of Halloween or Friday the 13th in this movie. Apart from that, the film has shoot-outs, chasing sequences, explosions which are different from conventional horror movies. So overall it is a good movie to be recommended and can give complete entertainment to the audience.
It is the ninth picture of James Bond and it has all the characteristics of bond pictures such as gimmicks, subterranean control rooms, goons, magic wristwatches and wit also. There isn’t much in this film about the possibility of Roger Moore replacing Sean Connery as Agent 007. There are some attributions of Moore which seem superficial such as calm under fire, superficially raised eyebrows, urban attitude. However, a number of double entendre and double takes were handled humorously throughout the movie.
The plot as usually encircles around the disappearance of what is described in the film as “three of our best men”. The three murders occurred respectively in New York, New Orleans and in the Caribbean. There is a link or coincide of connection between the three murders which eventually introduces the character of Mr Big. There are some common elements that Bond movies must have and this film is also not an exception. It also opened with a meeting and there is a faithful character. It also does have a destroyed notorious villain and also spectacular chase scenes where Bond arrives. There is a chase scene on speedboats which has been executed in a pedestrian manner and the scene is very much engaging. Further, the story goes forward unfolding the mysteries of the thriller and this is the main storyline. It is bond who is revealing the mysteries in uniform ways.
The director of the film is Guy Hamilton and the screenplay has been written by Tom Mankiewicz. The entire screenplay is very intriguing and it has all the elements of a thriller as Bond films have. The film has some beautiful locations like rich Caribbean locations, and crazy asides, besides that Moore’s chosen approach to portraying the character has made it much more enjoyable than before. It has also marked a very dynamic of 007 movies along with a fine storyline and intriguing screenplay.
The cast and crew of the movie also delivered their best performance in the movie. Roger Moore as James Bond is invincible. His every shot in the movie from pressing a bidden lever, discovering a secret door, underground cavern to save the dollar by protecting the gold supply is delivered with justice. The other characters such as Jane Seymour as Solitaire, Clifton James as pepper and Geoffrey Holder as Samedi are all brilliant at their places. The chasing scenes are well picturised by the superb cinematography and tight pacing.
Though there are some flaws as well in the movie as a section of the audience thinks that it does not reach the expectation of previous Bond movies. In some scenes, the comedy did not work as it was mingled with a sense of ridiculousness. But somewhere it lacks the usual witness of Bond movies. Otherwise, it is a decent watch as the storyline is very entertaining and full of thrills.
The setting, cast, plot, tone, and theme of a particular film can all be used to categorize the movie into a certain genre. They can influence how viewers experience the movie and direct them to focus on key plot points. The primary genre classification of a movie will depend on where the bulk of its content falls. A sub-genre is a more narrowly defined category that falls under a specific genre. This frequently combines two different genres. Subgenres and genres evolve and draw inspiration from one another.
Genre refers to all the elements of production that add to the film’s worth and influence how viewers view it. It’s common to attribute a movie’s style to the director’s attempt to reflect the story or convey a mood. They can influence how viewers experience the movie and direct them to focus on key plot points.
Action movies sometimes involve perilous settings, high-stakes risks and physical stunts, combat choreography, or disaster scenes. As audiences frequently find solace in the tale of a hero who battles against all difficulties and still triumphs, these movies’ high-energy aspects might help them escape reality. The majority of the content in the movies in this genre is action-oriented, which unites them under a common subject. They frequently include a sense of peril in most of their settings. Superhero, disaster, and espionage are a few well-known action subgenres.
Adventure movies frequently depict journeys, and some even feature pursuits. They might also contain moments with action, similar to those in action movies, but the main characters’ adventures and victories serve to define them. The audience may find it easier to put themselves in the experiences if a character’s adventure is highlighted. Any setting can be used to make an adventure movie as long as the story contains travel.
Comedy movies use exaggerated language, action, or people who bring humor to a scenario to make people laugh. Many comedies use realistic situations in their plots to offer a humorous remark on a familiar human annoyance and connect with the audience. Situational comedies and comedies led by comedians are two popular comic formats. Romantic comedy, spoofing, parody, sarcasm, sitcom, sketch comedy, and mockumentary are just a few of the various comedic subgenres.
Intimate relationships and the progression of the main characters of love are common themes in romance movies. The problems that arise while attempting closeness or love frequently serve as the narrative’s main focus in these movies. The main characters typically face challenges like hardships, sicknesses, infidelity, family troubles, or typical relationship problems, and in many romance movies, they come together at the end to build their ideal life together. Their relationship is a plot device that serves as a barrier to assist them to go through difficulties and chart the course of their love.
We all have a particular place in our hearts for classic films. Of course, they’re pioneers—true originals that are among the greatest films of all time, serve as cultural pillars, and set the standard for all that came after. You will continue to think about them even after the credits have rolled, either they make you smile, cry, or want to go to bed with the lights on. There’s a strong chance that some of them haven’t been seen by you, but here are some guaranteed classic movies that you should add to your list of things to watch immediately.
Casablanca – 1942
Casablanca, a three-time Oscar winner for Best Picture, benefits from many factors, not the least of which are the performances of Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It concentrates on Bogart, an American living in Morocco, who must choose whether to assist a former flame and her new significant other evacuate the nation during World War II. The characters are intriguing and well-developed, transporting us to a time when Hollywood was more glamorous than goofy. Additionally, it is jam-packed with catchy movie phrases.
Breakfast at tiffany’s – 1961
The little black dress worn by Audrey Hepburn is the equivalent of Breakfast at Tiffany’s in terms of vintage fashion. Both are timeless. Hepburn’s portrayal of the character gives us root for Holly Golightly even though her methods of marrying a rich man are less than ideal. We understand the good, the bad, and the ugly because she is witty, multifaceted, and complex. You’ll be in love with Hepburn every time you watch the film, which earned two Oscars in the music categories. These other classic films received negative reviews even though they were box office and critical successes when they were first released.
The Sound of Music – 1965
One would be hard pushed to discover anyone doesn’t love The Sound of Music a lot. It has established itself as a beloved family movie thanks to the exceptional Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. A young governess (Andrews) is sent to take care of a naval officer’s seven children after the loss of his wife (Plummer). Then there is singing, dancing, and crafting outfits out of curtains. The movie is without a doubt among the greatest movie musicals of all time and won five Oscars, including Best Picture.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid – 1969
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’s early success was largely attributed to the coupling of Robert Redford and Paul Newman in the starring roles. The four-time Oscar-winning movie follows the titular family as they flee Wyoming in the early 20th century. The pair’s tight escapes and dry humor make it relatable to both old and new audiences. Find out the most well-liked film in the year you were born as you’re strolling down memory lane.
If your vision and dream world which has long since been associated with a traditional ancient frivolous but a living world in which ladies were mainly aimed at and encircled with dances and ribboned bonnets and matrons had only the expectations and remained worried only about marrying off their eligible daughters – it would be the perfect choice for you “Pride and Prejudice”.
The story was written by Jane Austen at the turn of the 19th century, she saw the world with an independent eye for the follies and foibles around her and their frivolous activities. In 1940 this film was the first adaption of this novel starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier. The plot of the film is surrounded by the harmless and sometimes meaningless absurdities that were seen in the middle-class provincial society at that time. It also depicts the trembling and sudden excitement that used to occur in a family full of unmarried girls when a bachelor enters the vicinity. The film starts as the two eldest daughters of Mrs Bennet Jane and Elizabeth are shopping and then they learnt that a young bachelor would just rent their local estate. Then after returning to home they start preparing for the next ball and make him one of their suitor.
The cast and crew of the film have also delivered brilliant performances. It seemed that Geer Garson as Elizabeth has just come out of the book in such a way she has portrayed the character with all the nitty gritty; possessing all the essential qualities of Miss Jane Austen’s novel poised, graceful, witty, stubborn and beautiful. Darcy by Oliver is perfectly all right with all the pride in this character that was required. Mary Boland as Mrs Bennet is invincible with fluffy cheeks and an overpowering attitude. Besides that, other side characters played by Edmund Gwenn, Frieda Inescort and Bruce Lester did complete justice to their respective roles.
Though there are some flaws in technical aspects and it also showed gender criticism as well as social criticism overwhelmingly. Apart from that, the film has all the flavours of exquisite comedy around a beautiful storyline. The film is definitely recommended as a beautiful love story as it fulfils all its conditions of it. So the film is apt and did complete justice to its theme and it’s a good watch.
Drag Me to Hell is a mixture of horror and comedy movies as the director Sam Raimi has returned to his hobby after two different genre films. The film offers some gruesome horror experiences through the film and the film reveals logical but terrifying images through a comedy atmosphere. The film was written by the director with his brother before the Spiderman trilogy. Above all the superficial movies this film will give a delicious slice of wicked film.
The story revolves around a character who wants to be a good person but out of greediness makes sinful choices in order to fulfil his desires. The whole movie is evolved with nudges especially scenes with cute kittens. The movie starts with Christine Browne who in spite of having a loving boyfriend and also a good job at a bank. However, she runs into issues when she declines an elderly woman’s request to extend her mortgage. As a result, she curses on threatening her and that in turn gives hell experiences for Christine. In order to come out of the situation Christine seeks help from psychics and how she overcomes the situation finally unfolds in the movie. Throughout the movie, the audience can feel that the torment of Christien is real. The movie also gives audiences experiences of tantalizing possibilities of fiery sequences.
The director of the film Sam Raimi has created the concept of the film with lots of horror moments along with lots of suspense and thrill. Shock reveals in a logical way but silent way unless it is screaming. The director also wanted to incorporate dark humour along with comedy sprinkled throughout the film. But all that he did was in a unique as well as refreshing mood in comparison with other filmmakers. There are lots of mythological references brought by the director into the screenplay. It is also expressed through the use of dialogue by the old woman.
The cast and crew of the film have brilliantly delivered their performances to grab the attention of the audience. The pivotal character played by Alison Lohman as Christine is very much believable and looks convincing as well. Justin Long as Clay Dalton has also delivered a good performance. Other characters, like Adriana Barraza as Shaun San Dena and Lorna Raver as Mrs. Sylvia Ganush, Dileep Rao as Rham Jas, and David Paymer as Mr. Jim Jacks, have all done their parts justice.
The whole movie has delivered spooky and uncanny flavour in every scene and it’s a good horror film. It must be recommended film, it has all the points of a good entertainer and hence it is a decent watch and recommended movie as well.
Do you like horror and thriller movies? The bravest of film buffs typically enjoy thrillers. Thrillers and horrors are full of conflict, surprise twists, and tensions that keep you on the tip of the seat filled with blood and depictions of many scary elements. The thriller’s unexpected turns keep our adrenaline pumping and engage a portion of our mind that isn’t typically aroused. One such film is “The Invisible Man” which keeps you engaged and nail-biting throughout the movie.
History of the movie
Leigh Whannell is the author and director of the science fiction horror movie “The Invisible Man” from 2020. A modern movie version of the book started production in 2006 but was put on hold in 2011. The movie resumed production in 2019 with Whannell involved when Universal switched from a serialized world to solo features.
On February 28, 2020, The Invisible Man was made available in the United States. Critics gave it favorable reviews, praising Moss’s portrayal and the issues of domestic violence. Three weeks after its debut in the United States, the movie became available for the digital rental because the COVID-19 outbreak forced a delay in its theatrical distribution.
A Plot overview of “The Invisible Man”
An aggressive ex-boyfriend of Cecilia pretends to die and he gains the ability to become invisible to stalk and harass her. She starts to encounter unusual occurrences and decides to investigate the matter on her own. The plot is around a scientist called Griffin who has fallen insane and his life and death. Griffin develops the ability to become invisible and starts using it for evil deeds, including murder.
Cecilia’s portrayal in the 2020 adaptation of “The Invisible Man” does not merely stem from her assertion that an invisible stalker is following her. But that’s the reason behind her attitude. What Adrian did to her after abusing her for years. He assured her that she’d never be allowed to leave him and that he would control every action she took. He would be there always, no matter what even though she wasn’t able to see him.
Significance of the movie
The movie “The Invisible Man” makes its audience go crazy with goosebumps covering the arms and shivers running down the spine. Adrian is an expert in optics; therefore, it stands to reason that he can create a suit that prevents the human eye (and camera) from recognizing him. That makes total sense and is a fantastic way to modernize this age-old thriller. The music and sound effects in this film were crucial. There were times when the movie was completely silent which builds up terror. The new film examines the violence, fear, and guilt-tripping that many victims of domestic abuse endure. Adrian is determined to make Cecilia’s life a living hell even though she manages to flee him at the beginning of the film. As a result, he gradually alienates her handful of friends and even kills Cecilia’s sister Emily.
Animation movies are like the cherry on the cake. It enables you to grasp ideas clearly and rapidly. A less expensive communication tactic is animation. By entertaining the audience, mainly children, animation movies teach & engage them. Additionally, it gives a variety of other tasks as well as real-world circumstances encountered while studying. They are filled to the brim with creative plots. The visual flexibility of animated films is greater than that of live-action movies, but so is the narrative freedom. The film “Moana” gained a great appreciation in the field of animated movies and attracted a vast group of children.
John Musker and Ron Clements directed “Moana”, the 56th Disney animated feature picture, which was released by Walt Disney Pictures. Auli’i Cravalho makes her debut as Moana’s voice in the movie. This Fantastic animated creation was released in 2016. Critics gave the movie favorable reviews, praising its animation, sound, music, and vocal contributions in particular. Over $645 million was eventually made by the movie globally.
It depicts the tale of Moana, a headstrong Polynesian village chief’s daughter who is selected by the ocean to reunite a mythical artifact with the divine goddess Te Fiti. To return the artifact to Te Fiti and save her people, Moana sets off in pursuit of Maui, a fabled demigod, when a plague befalls her island.
Outline of the Movie
Moana enjoys being in the water and longs to travel the ocean, however, her father insists Moana remain in the village and rise to become a successful leader of their people. But the island starts to disappear one day. When Moana’s grandmother exposes the family’s ancestors’ dark secret, she embarks on a quest to find the god Maui and rescue her people. The moving animated musical film “Moana” is about a Polynesian girl who discovers how to pursue her ambitions and speak out for herself. Moana succeeds in everything she sets her mind to, saving her people. She constantly serves as a reminder for us to pursue our goals and keep going until we succeed. One of the most likable characters ever has to be Moana.
“Moana” as Children’s treat
Children are motivated to learn and pursue more about Polynesian stories and culture after watching this film. It is a fantastic role model for girls, as the character Moana demonstrates power, independence, and leadership. You could have the chance to discuss with your kids the effects of running away after watching this film. You might also discuss how to cope with loss once a loved one passes away, like Moana’s grandma. Moana is daring and wouldn’t mind embarking on a long voyage across the Pacific. Moana does everything with grace and tenacity, whether she’s learning to sail or battling the ocean’s waves. These qualities enable braveness among children and inspire them to learn new skills confidently.
The smart-handled story with a high-rise thriller element with the launching of Bruce Willis in action avtar definitely rekindled the enthusiasm for action cum thriller movies. It piles over all the very known elements of the action genre which can be incorporated into a filmy storyline along with a cop who rescues the hostages from an office in Los Angeles. The film has incorporated all the special effects full of machine guns, heroic helicopters and bomb explode tanks.
The story of the film revolves around a smart-mouthed cop John McClane played by Mr.Willis who lands to reconcile with his wife in Los Angeles and goes to her party in the office. Just after then a group of terrorists plan to steal 6 million in bonds. The tower where the driver asks McClane to wait is made hostage by the terrorists. Everyone in the tower is taken hostage by the terrorists except McClane. Then the story goes up and down like the shafts of the elevator. The story of the film takes a new turn with the ruthless terrorist leader and a great part of the film centres around the witty mind of the cop and the master-minded criminal with an aloof mind. The action sequence with the with party’s emotional tale of the ruptured marriage alongside the fully developed action sequences is enough to snatch the attraction of the audience.
The director of the film John McTiernan and the screenplay is written by Jeb Stuart and Steven E. de Souza. The film is actually based on the novel Nothing Lasts Forever by Roderick Thorp and which was made into a screenplay in 1988 and the development of the characters is made according to the novel. The film has many bloody moments along with some abysmal sequences also. There are some special action sequences such as McClane swings down from the side of a high rise, helicopter buzz, bomb explosion scenes which are well choreographed.
The cast and crew of the film have also delivered superb performances. Bruce Willis as John McClane has fit into the skin of the character so well that it seems the character of the novel has come up onto the screen. Besides that, the character of a terrorist ruthless leader played by Alan Rickman who is on the one hand seductive, manipulative and on the other hand, violent is brilliant. Besides that, the vital side characters like Alexander Godunov as Karl, Reginald VelJohnson as Al Powell, Paul Gleason as Dwayne T. Robinson, Bonnie Bedelia as Holly Gennaro-McClane have done complete justice to their respective roles.
Though there are some drawbacks in character design and also plot development as the pace at the beginning of the film was quite slow. Apart from that, the whole film is very intriguing and entertaining enough to keep tight the audience in their seats. The film has all the points of a good entertainer and hence it is a decent watch and recommended movie as well.