A Different Scene

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  • White Chicks Cinematic Analysis

    Wayans, used many different cinematic effects. Wayans like to use long shot and close up shots in this movie, but also low and eye level angles. Wayans used different kinds of lightings like; high-key, neutral, front, bottom, and low-key lighting. Over all, the cinematic effects for White Chicks were all over the place. Wayans used all three different types of angles in White Chicks, but he mainly used eye level and low angles. Wayans used eye level in this movie. He used it in scenes when…

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  • Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

    of winter. The combination of the colour and the weather generated the mysterious mood among the audiences. In addition, Empathetic sound effect which mood matches the mood of the action is used for the opening scene. The sound can directly express its association in the feeling of the scene, by taking on the scene's rhythm, tone and phrasing. The sound track by Danny Elfman was played dramatically from soft gradually getting louder which was attractive enough to catch the audiences’ attention…

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  • Narrative Techniques In Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction is a film directed by Quentin Tarantino, which stars John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson, and it was released October 14, 1994. It takes a very different approach to film by using a vignette style with each vignette not necessarily in order. It follows the lives of several characters that revolve around the gang boss Marcellus Wallace, and how they intertwine. Vincent (Travolta) and Jules (Jackson) are two hitmen for Marcellus and they are charged with…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis: Guardians Of The Galaxy

    about difficult subjects like racism with the film Get Out or to empower women with the release of Wonder Women. However, before the film is released the industry uses trailers to promote their films, trailers are promotional devices through showing scenes from the movie but, holding enough information back to pique the interest of the viewer trailers are quite short in length compared to the films they promote; because of this they do not necessarily communicate the same story. In a short…

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  • The Shower Scene In Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho

    remember able. But what about the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 Psycho? Originally this music, which is voted as one of the scariest movie theme tunes ever, wasn’t going to be in the film. The differences that the tune makes in the film are immense, as it draws a new picture into what is going on in the film. Music in film is used for many different reasons. Firstly, the music defiantly adds emotional quality to the film. For example a scene in a funeral would not have the Macarena…

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  • The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Analysis

    You can see an example of camera angles is in the scene towards the end of the trailer where Bilbo Baggins is in is a dark and mysterious cave. The camera angle that is used is a close up because they wanted to show how terrified the character was by showing this emotion in a movie it is better to watch for the audience. But the scene where Harry Potter shows Ron his scare there is a close up on Harry’s face but it doesn’t work as well as you…

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  • Stereotypes In La Haine

    from the first scene, we observe a Paris that is not matching with the developed French image we have. La Haine is a movie that is showing us another face of Paris from a very realistic perspective. One of the most striking scenes of the movie was the one that was one of the first scenes of the movie. That scene was shot on top of a building, where many young male people with a protester background gathered for against the policies of…

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  • Citizen Kane Mise En Scene Analysis

    apparent in the scene that follows Susan leaving Kane. This scene’s manipulation of mise-en-scène, editing and sound bring together all of Welles’ ideas and drive them beyond the finish line. Mise en scène is what appears in the frame, what the viewer sees. It creates meaning and enhances the story of the film. In the scene where Kane destroys Susan’s bedroom, the control and handling of the mise en scène amplifies the feeling of loneliness, vulnerability and defeat. This scene takes place…

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  • Zeffirelli's Hamlet

    causes different people to interpret certain scenes and actions in very different ways. In modern times, Hamlet has taken to the big screen several times, and each time the viewer is given an almost alternative illustration as to what happens throughout the course of the play. In the 1990 movie, directed by Franco Zeffirelli and in which Mel Gibson plays Hamlet, the approach that was taken to correctly illustrate a number of scenes was particularly interesting. Chief among these were the scene…

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  • Argo Movie Essay

    Victorian period. The most interesting scene in Argo is the opening scene, which is displayed through cartoons that morph into photographs and videos, along with an extra-diegetic sound which is a story telling that is relevant to the film. The voice is set in a story-telling tone, capturing the viewers’ attention.…

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