In comedy get to experience a new sensation that they can’t feel anywhere else, in those 2 hours of the movie, people forget about all their problems.Hopefully this might get your attention to watch all different genres of movies and not just Horror.And the effects Comedy/Action can have on all types of people and/or even society.Scary movies do not have any effect on me and the cause of that is because you can always expect that something bad it’s going to happen and when it is going to happen.The originals are always going to be better than the remakes, I think that they should focus more on new ideas for scary movies and less on how much they going to make, or how they can get a classic, and turn it into something full of crap.
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Throughout the years, Psycho never lost its potency as the movie that created the horror genre as we know it.Psycho is a successful classic because of the twists, turns, and originality it brought to the table due to Hitchcock’s creativity and disdain for the ideal scary movie at that time, thus creating something totally new.In the words of Whitty, “’Psycho’ marked a…turning point…Here was a Hollywood movie which…refused to follow any of the Hollywood rules” (5).Pre-Psycho scary movies had been slow in pace and conservative in content.This irrational fear of lurkers in the bath and scary psyches began with the first ever slasher film: Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock.
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... middle of paper ... .Films have a strong influence on how we perceive the world, because they take the ideals from every genre, scary, comic, happy, etc.I think that extremely scary movies are gateways for creating a shy mind as well as one that is oppressed in a cycle of proving bravery.Watching a film from the same angle and same shot, gives any movie whether a simple plot, a two dimensional and diverse perspective.Reputation is a strong and stable standard for deciding which film to go to, because with such a large population of movie watchers, major biases don't affect the reputation and ratings are fair and accurate.
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It’s typical for children to get nightmares from time to time, but watching scary movies can inspire bad dreams, according to Kids Health.Young children who watch high-action, violent or scary movies are likely to act more aggressively than normal shortly after seeing the film, according to Media Awareness Network, a media education resource.Being nervous or paranoid that a character or situation in the movie can become reality is common after viewing a horror movie.While these fears typically dissipate with age, they tend to linger or intensify when children watch scary and violent movies.Because many children younger than 8 have a hard time understanding the difference between what is real and what is fake, scary scenes from movies see...
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In signs, the director uses intense music at scary parts of the movie.Using these elements, the director can create an excellent movie.The three note motif is what all the music in the movie is based on, according to what the director and music director said in the bonus features.Whenever something really scary was going to occur, the director got the audience to jump by having something scary show on the screen with a louder music instantly.To build suspense, he plays no music to make the audience feel like they’re in the movie.
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Which then he lets us know he has been cured by doctors thanks to the final scene of the movie.Alex passed all these tests, and was set free to live back with society.... middle of paper ... .It shows that the government was attempting to riding the world of bad, but also was accidently riding the world of good.Dystopian literature unlike other genres adapt to changing times and norms in society; although, we might not find Russians as scary as our parents or grandparents, our children or grandchildren may not find ISIS as scary as we do.
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For those who have never read the book the movie provides just what they need to know to keep them engaged in the series.The movie also portrays Harry and Ron as the teenagers they are.At the end of the movie like the book, it is clear that Harry’s encounter with his enemy has transformed him from a boy to a man.Other characters such as Mad Eye Moody and Voldemort are very well defined in this movie.Using one of the most essential features of a movie; visual imagery, the movie adaptation of the fourth novel is a good accompaniment for the novel.
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TV guide, The Orlando Sentinel, Joblo.com, and the people that I saw the movie all basically said the same thing, "catch it on video, and don't expect much (joblo.com)."Although this is not okay for real life, it is perfectly fine and amusing in the movie.The Scary Movie trilogy is a spoof of scary and not so scary films.If you were a young adult at the time of the Naked Gun and Airplane movies, then chances are that you will enjoy this movie, but if you are in that age bracket now, do not waste the seven bucks.As the movies progressed they seemed to add parodies of not so scary movies such as Charlie's Angels and Mission Impossible II.
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Lorcher, Trent.... middle of paper ... .Such as in the movie Harry Potter, the scare on his forehead just doesn’t represent a pat injury.Dramatic is when the reader know something that the characters don’t such as in scary movies when u know where the killer is hiding but the characters don’t.“Symbolism in ‘The Story of an Hour’.” Brighthubeducation.
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Being taken through his four eventful experiences, Gulliver’s ultimate voyages are to a better accepting of human nature and the flaws that come along with it.The very first “Scary Movie” boldly fires mockery at the classic scenes from “Scream”, “The Sixth Sense”, “The Matrix”, and “The Blair Witch Project,” and then goes on to ridicule a whole innumerable of teen movie cliches.He begins to swim to the nearest land, and when he finally awakens, he is on the island, with his entire body tied down and looks up a... .In Gulliver 's first travel, he starts on a ship that is underneath a submerged rock.Throughout his travels, his viewpoint of himself, as well as the people and things around him change very much so, which then gives Swift abun...
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Just like at the beginning of the movie.Great movie but It may be too scary for younger viewers.Honestly, I’ll only enjoy a movie when something stocked in my head and when I reacted so much on that scene.The monsters aren’t very scary maybe because it’s a kiddy cartoon movie.And some questions are jumping out of our minds like “What does Boo looks like after a few months?” This movie tells how it is not always a good idea to scare people.
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I actually believe that the limited budget is what made the movie successful.During the 1960s, this movie really shocked its audiences with its gory violent scenes and twisted plot lines.Despite its extremely low budget the movie was a great success.But what makes the movies scary?In various instances during the movie it the movie looks like a documentary, which adds to the realism of the movie.
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People with this disorder do loose everything they have and must face a very scary world alone.In the beginning of the movie the viewer learns that Jack is a writer.There can be times were they have violent rages and things almost seem as a horror movie.The Shining The Shinning, a horror movie that was released in 1980, featured Jack Nicholson, as a writer who is left in charge of the Overlook hotel during the winter.I feel that the public should be more educated on this disorder because it does affect a lot of our population.
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Media uses more violence, stereotyping and alcohol and drug abuse as well.People who watch more T.V.Lastly, the priming theory is when viewing media, there are thoughts triggered that relate to one’s personal life.Overall, I do believe that media has an effect on not only children but adults as well.By the late 1920s the radio was invented, which meant fewer records sold and more people listened to the radio for free.
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Some people do see horror movies just to prove to themselves that maybe it’s not that bad, or maybe it won’t be that scary.In a strange way, horror movies bring a sense of normality to everyone.I work at a movie theater and I have seen grown men go and see a scary movie together.If no one liked horror movies then there wouldn’t be a new one coming out almost every month.Whether we’re watching the movie simply for the thrill of being scared, or because we’ve gone insane and need to see someone be hacked up with a chainsaw, everyone watches horror movies.
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"Sweeping Analysis of Research Reinforces Media Influence on Body's Image."Fisher, Madeline.University of Wisconsin - Madison, May 2008.... middle of paper ... .It is the easiest and most accessible source of information: a free education.
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The director, in addition, digitally enhanced colors in the movie staying with the idea of popular colors.Amelie is forced to sleep the night in the train station because it closes before she can catch her train.The explained sequence is a grain of sand compared to the rest of the movie, Jean-Pierre and his crew deserves a huge pack on their backs, bravo!Red, blue, green and yellow are colors that are seen in nearly every scene of the movie.This movie makes one realize all the details and effort that were put into it, and the importance of how one detail adds to the next, and how they each have their own purpose.
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The dissertation is based on the “Study of cinematography and special effects in a Horror movie”.Watching a horror movie gives us that old feeling of fear and makes us emotionally attached to the film.The horrific images from the movie with its special effects and sudden sounds would make many watch them even though it’s scary.8.3 | Planning and use .6.2.2| Analysis of Movie Shots .
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The principle reason for this success is the fact that the ‘monster’ isn’t visible for the first half of the movie; it’s the anticipation of horror that grabs us much more than the terrible acts themselves.The Movie Jaws During the summer of 1975, North American beaches were quieter than usual.I don’t anticipate that the effect will wear off anytime soon.The last half of the movie, while it has lost the mystery surrounding the shark (we see him far too much for that to be...
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Why does there have to be a test for movies to pass in order to make it a good enough movie.I had to tell a cop to give me a ticket when I knew I was speeding and he pulled me over, he was going to let me off because I am a pretty girl but I made a mistake and if a man would be held accountable and have to pay four hundred dollars for going eleven miles over the speed limit then I should too.What is it about the word feminism and images that come to mind that is so frightening to anyone who might hear it, it seems almost as scary as the name Voldemort in the Harry Potter franchise, which had its’ own feminist approved and disapproved characters.Each one has advantages both physically and socially that the other one may not.It would not b...
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1 Oct 1968. web...to find a zombie movie that is right up their alley.Shaun of the Dead’s co-writer and star says, “[our movie] makes fun of how people react in the event of massive social upheaval.” (S. Pegg) These films, while still displaying zombies on the hunt for brai... .screenplay J.A.Stepping up the creepiness scale a bit further, we come to the “class clown” of the zombie movie genre.
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The music is definitely one of the key factors of why the shark is so scary and that’s because the music itself is quite scary and give you this sense and because we associate the shark with the music we think automatically think of the shark as some one big mean killing machine.in my opinion I think that the end is the most tense bit of the movie because its bit were the fight against the shark and they only won by a little bit .If you look at details you will realised throughout the movie that the director has set lots of details.i think that the plot of the movie is quite good since its not boring and very tense ,in other word it keeps the audience on the edge of their seat the all way threw the movie .I think there are two main reaso...
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The criminal also had to act scary to make the scene more frightening.This makes the movie more fascinating for the people who have read the novel as they now know what really like instead of imagining images in your head all the time.The graveyard trees and gravestones symbolise a spooky and scary place.This symbolises the calmness at the beginning of the movie.The shots that made the movie more interesting were fast moving shots and sudden change of shots.
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The horrific images from the movie with its special effects and sudden sounds would make many watch them even though it’s scary.In the first scene of the movie the villain killed the victim by tying the body to a steel bed and the axe was in a to and fro motion just above the stomach of the victim where it got peeled into many pieces.The main concept behind this movie is the revenge by the girl who is killed by the head officer.The success behind the movie is the usage of the equipments and the method he used for killing others.The main success behind the movie is the lighting and cinematography.
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Although it is contraindicated for a person aged between 10 – 14 years to be able to attend such shows, according to Extension.iastate.edu, an average of 12.5 percent of an estimated 22 million children age 10-14 watched at least one movie that is rated-R, but has a higher level of brutality.We should re-think the current movie rating system, which has been in place for 40 years, and was designed when kids could only see movies in theaters.On Psychcentral.com, in an article entitled Movie Violence Can Overwhelm Children, by Rick Nauert PHD Senior News Editor, Keilah Worth, the leader of the study says: .Movies rated-R, such as Scary Movie, which show a high number of extremely violent acts, should not be at hand for young adolescents.For...
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Driving with my friend to the movies one evening last winter we discovered a group of people bundled up and picketing by The Safari movie theatre in Moorhead.Ý My friend and I didn’t know what movie we wanted to watch, but these protesters made up our mind.Ý We decided to see the movie “Dogma” because that was the very movie these outraged people were boycotting.Ý Sometimes people carry their religion to the point where it has an adverse effect on people.Ý This was the case that evening....ck Jesus, a thirteenth apostle played by Chris Rock who was written out of the bible because he was black (having a black savior is okay, but not a black apostle), Mary not being a virgin, after all, “Do you think Joseph would stay around if he wasn’t ...
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In 2007 this movie was a big hit in the theaters, for its incredibly gritty and strong story line.The director did a good job with this movie because he produced a good storyline built with a lot of anticipation.Even though I Am Legend is characterized as a “dramatic thriller”, in most instances it can definitely be considered a horror film.In this movie you had a lot of glimpses and scenes that would show that this movie could be a horror film.I believe that he did try and put in that scary horror effect with the darkness of the movie and the frightening creatures.
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Soon after the February 2006 release date, the movie produced roughly $47 million in the box office in the United States alone (Hostel 2006).“Will Scary Movies Give me Nightmares?” Greatist.com.www.totalfilm.com.Academic Search Elite.Since the beginning of the motion picture in the early 20th century, horror movies have been recognized as a genre of movie for those who seek a good source of thrill and nail-biting entertainment.
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Tim Burton and Henry Selick thought bringing “The Nightmare before Christmas” into the 3-D world was bad idea but later was impressed on how well it looked and was happier that the movie was left like it was in 1993 flaws and all.This movie was a small idea and poem created by Tim Burton himself and almost a decade later was shown in theatres after taking 3 years to make.My interpretation of the “The Nightmare before Christmas” is that in a environment, world of darkness, scary things and sadness; you can still find happiness where it be with yourself or with someone else.The movie can also be considered a comedy but for the younger audience they not get the joke if they can identify it or may fly right over their heads.Tim Burton and He...
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While the financial strain that sexual violence puts on our state remains high, federal and state funding for programs like the HOPE Center have been drastically reduced.On the local level, news programs constantly report violent episodes in poor neighborhoods with increasing frequency while consciously or otherwise consumers see their society as violent and scary.Many teenagers try to bring out their dreams to be exactly like their favorite hero done in the game or movie.It’s a scary world for our children every third or fourth teenagers knows someone who has been shot.Sexual violence costs us a lot — more than mere dollars — it wounds individuals and our community as a whole.
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