Danny Meyer

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  • My Brother Nikhil Analysis

    Introduction- The movie My Brother Nikhil a movie based on the life of Dominic D’Souza is a classic example of how one needs to be sensitized towards the problems with one is suffering through and lays emphasis on how it is being dealt to with the society. The Storyline- The movie begins by the Kapoor’s staying in the city of Goa. Set in the 1980’s it tells us about how Mr. Navin Kapoor, the main member to the Kapoor family always wanted to become a swimmer in his life but couldn’t achieve the…

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  • Cinematic Techniques In Tim Burton's Films

    Tim Burton, a famous director of many movies, was influenced by Roald Dahl, Edgar Allen Poe, Vincent Price, Dr.Seuss, Grimms’ Fairy Tales, and Disney. Tim Burton’s influences have shaped and molded his unique style; Burton uses various cinematic techniques to create a dark and suspenseful mood while also maintaining a childlike innocence. Burton also doesn't hold back on using his imagination in his films; you can see his films tend to lean toward fantasy and fiction rather than being realistic.…

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  • Stylistic Analysis Of Edward Scissorhands

    Tim Burton, a director for many movies. Movies such as Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. These are movies that will be us in this essay. Burton has many crazy characters. Characters that are shy, dark, crazy, and a little creepy. Some characters that he created are Edward, Mr. Wonka, and Beetlejuice. Burton’s dark style is best conveyed through his use of color, zooming, and music. One defining characteristic of Burton’s style is his use of color to devolve…

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  • Danny Phantom Essay

    Personality Theories and Danny Phantom: A Wild Ride From Start To Finish Butch Hartman, creator of Danny Phantom, Fairly-Odd Parents, Wander Over Yonder, and many other classic cartoons of the 2000s is known for his fantastic character development and the unique personalities he gives to his characters. The best example of his work is found in Danny Phantom, the story of teenage boy Danny Fenton, who becomes half-ghost through an accident in his parent’s laboratory. To quote the opening theme,…

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  • Why Did Tim Burton Use Camera Angles In Edward Scissorhands

    From Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate factory, and even Edward Scissorhands Tim Burton has made films that have became huge hits across the country. When watching these movies, the audience may notice many different types of lighting, music and sounds, and camera angles, from cheery to gloomy then dismay. Tim Burton wants the audience to feel these feelings to have a connection with the character he’s made. To begin, Burton manipulates camera angles and framing to catch and…

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  • Analysis Of Mise En Scene In Edward Scissorhands

    Edward Scissor hands Burton utilizes creative and regularly claustrophobic camera points to convey the focal ideas of seclusion and self-disclosure, and in addition upgrading the fundamental subjects of societal consistency and partiality, to the crowd. Burton 's defamation of the suburbs is made promptly clear through the opening perspective shot which container from the grandma 's home and compasses over the 'treat cutter ' rural areas, finishing with another perspective from the house…

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  • Examples Of Low Key Lighting In Tim Burton

    “Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me” - Tim Burton. In Tim Burton’s films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edwards Scissorhands, and Alice in Wonderland he uses low key lighting, high key lighting, and non-diegetic sounds to create suspense and suspicion, bright and open looking scenes, and happy or spooky moods. For people to feel the suspense and suspicion in the movies, Tim Burton uses low key lighting in the scenes to create a spooky mood. For example, In the…

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  • The Theme Of Emotions In Tim Burton's Films

    Feeling as though you don’t belong in an a certain place or that everyone is staring at you as though you have done something wrong, but really you’re just being yourself. This is something Tim Burton knows all too well on how to portray in his films. Burton has a way of giving off a pitiful, scared, or uneasy feeling toward a character that will later on be the “good guy.” Burton has always had a love for childlike stories and films, and now in almost all of his movies a child, teen, or someone…

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  • Climate Change In Salad Fingers, By David Firth

    Renowned for his ongoing series “Salad Fingers”, David Firth delivers yet another mind-twisting short film, “Cream.” The majority of the film is written, acted, and animated by the talent of Firth himself. However, for this project he is joined by musician Steven Ellison, whose artist name is Flying Lotus. Ellison contributed parts of the soundtrack and a few lines of background characters. This partnership yielded a nightmarish yet mesmerizing product that is sure to send viewers on a…

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  • Alice In Wonderland Film Analysis

    A Divergent in the Midst No one person’s personality is identical to another’s personality. To many people, embracing their indifferences may seem difficult. Through the art of film-making, Tim Burton makes his creative yet unique stories into movies. Burton’s charisma is portrayed through his movies, such as Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland. The main characters in the movies have the appearance and aspects of an outcast; therefore, they stand out in their society. Tim Burton uses…

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