You could have a drinking game where you drink every time Ruffalo’s character asks DiCaprio’s character, “You OK, boss?”.
Martin Scorsese knows something about surprise endings which twist meisters like M. Night Shyamalan seem to have forgotten. The twist doesn’t matter if you haven’t already told a good story. By the time Shutter Island gets to its twist, it has already told such a tale. You’re invested in these characters and no matter how it turns out you’re going to walk away happy. The twist, when it happens, only serves to make a deeper connection. It makes sense of the madness, brings order to the chaos, and then rips your heart out right through your chest. The movie exists not in service of the twist, rather the twist exists in service of the movie.
The Sacrificing Love
Titanic and The Great Gatsby movies are both based on a touching love story. Even though the actual stories are different, the main theme remains love. The romantic plot makes watchers fall in love in the story of the movies. These movies surpass all the rivals in luxury and opulence. Titanic and The Great Gatsby are epic movies with their heartbreaking plot, distinguishable music, and unforgettable and tragic ending. Read More
William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet interpretation of act III scene I shows tragedy and sympathy for Mercutio’s death. The reason why Mercutio dies in this scene is to make Montague’s and Capulet’s hatred against each other bigger to a degree that it stirs up the play for tragedy. If this scene was not incorporated in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet then Romeo would have never been banished and there would be no representation of conflict in the play, in which the play would not have, went on. Baz Luhrmann directed the modern Romeo and Juliet in 1996 called Romeo + Juliet, Franco Zefferelli directed the olden time Romeo and Juliet called Romeo and Juliet Baz Luhrmann’s representation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet shows more dramatic stage direction, dramatic volume, and sound. Read More
The average trip to the theater will indulge the lesser senses, relaxing the mind while also discovering the storyline as the film progresses. When approaching a film with an analytical mindset it is important to have a deeper more developed thought process. Small details within a movie can prove to have extreme importance to the storyline sometimes having multiple meanings. While analytically watching the film The Departed it is apparent that the director Martin Scorsese uses an immense amount of symbolism along with character representation to develop the storyline. The use of animal clothing to represent the alpha male is a use of symbolism within the film that is a reoccurring.
Formulation of Constructive Relations
The two artifacts I chose to write about are the films The Notebook and Titanic. The Notebook is a romantic film directed by Nick Cassavetes and based on the best-selling novel written by Nicholas Sparks. The two main characters are played by Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams who are madly in love. The film was released May 20th of 2004. The next is Titanic, it is a romantic film directed by James Cameron and was released November 1st, 1997. Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack and Kate Winslet plays Rose, the two star-crossed lovers that meet on the ship. The aspect of language I will be comparing between the two artifacts is the emotional aspect and how deeply emotions play a role in language. In order to achieve a stable relationship, one must be able to communicate using constructive, affectionate and caring language.
The 1997 film Titanic became the highest grossing film in history and remained so for 12 years, the film generated an international gross of $1, 843, 201, 268 worldwide. Throughout James Cameron’s film career Titanic was his best movie ever made. This is factual because James Cameron included actual history to recreate the experience of living history, his years of hard work dedicated to the film, and due to his amazing critic reviews and money made world wide.
A film was told based on a true story about love, feminists by a 101 years old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater who is still alive after boat’s accident named Titanic in April 10th 1992. For Titanic is not just a cautionary tale- a myth, a parable, a metaphor for the ills of mankind. It is also a story of faith, courage, and sacrifice and, above all else, loves. The first paragraph of this essay will be summarized Titanic’s story. Then, some actions in this movie what related to cultural criticism and transformation will be researched details. Titanic is called as “The Ship of Dreams” which is a movie about the small world of human life. It’s one of the most romantic love stories in the history of cinema world.
The movie Titanic was released on December 19, 1997 and was directed and also written by James Cameron. The cast of the movie included Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates and Bill Paxton. This is a great romantic film that shows that love can find you when your least expecting it and no matter what circumstances you are under. The movie is a romance story with tragedy going on all around them. The Titanic was to be the unsinkable ship but when hundreds of passengers find themselves franticly trying to get off before this unsinkable ship sinks they come to realize that anything is possible. Before tragedy occurs Rose (who is played by Kate Winslet) and Jack (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) find themselves in a new founded love that Rose’s mother is not fond of. Rose comes from wealth and where as Jack is a pauper and wins his ticket to board the Titanic by playing a card game. Read More
First off, I don’t really get into the whole reviews thing, especially if it doesn’t come from a professional in a magazine. So instead of calling this “my review” I’ll just say that this is my likes and dislikes about the movie and let other people tell me what their likes and dislikes were on this post as well. Mind you there are spoiler’s below:
When I went and saw The Revenant for the first time yesterday, I instantly fell in love with the scene in the beginning of the movie where the stream was running over the roots of the trees before Hawk and Bridger stepped into frame. To me, it was one of the most beautiful shots they had throughout the movie and done so well with natural lighting. I know it doesn’t seem that important, but personally I’m so glad they didn’t film it any other way.