Halloween Movie Analysis

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20) Halloween http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077651/?ref_=nv_sr_2

Sure this movie did keep me on my toes but I really didn 't like most of the things that made it up. The movie did have a small budget but that doesn 't have to do with the grading of this movie. I didn 't like the direction, I felt like the direction of the movie was a bit slow it really doesn 't build up in till they first murder of the babysitter. I think that it takes to much time on stocking the main character. I felt like the movie had some weird shots of the most important sense like the panning out of the killer and the sense in the house. I think all the actors were terrible and not worth anything. They paid a lot 45% of their whole movie budget just so they can have
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I like the movies direction it has a strong base, but the transitions between many of the confusing stories are ruff. I like the beginning and ending because the movie is many different pieces but comes as one in the end. This movie breaks the 4th wall many times. The actors in the film talk like were a movie and they 're watching us. I think that 's kind of cool if you look that it from other perspectives. The cinematography was bad in my point of view. There wasn 't anything special. I looked like a 4th grader took a handycam and made a movie about noodles. It 's a good plot and script it 's has a true meaning. The characters Goro and Gun are two “cowboys”. Gun is the sidekick and they 're both trying to help out a women is despair. I thought that was pretty cool how that written that in the script. I think the plot is kind of confusing. You first start out with a gangster, then they bring you into a story that gun a reading to Gun. Even if it complicated I think it was cool because at the end the movie had more parts that when together. I think the acting was alright. I don 't think they could have done any better to be honest. What u do like about the acting is when the gangster is talking to us. He 's breaking the 4th wall. You don 't see a lot of that in movies. This movie is believable because nothing then learning how to cook some noodles is happening in this one. The idea of this movie is good but I think the way they executed this one was poor. It had me going to sleep. I give this movie a 2.5 out of

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