This is good as it influences the public and Sony Music’s target profit to buy more products maximising profits as a result. This links to another advantage of Synergy as they are using most of their own brands in the project; whatever it may be, they appeal to a wider target market for example if Sony Music were to work on a movie project like Spiderman using Synergy they can use their subsidiaries (film studios, music labels, products etc.) appeal to audience in the electronics market, their film audience and their music audience further promoting their brand however in some cases the workload can be shared between two or more companies exploiting the strengths, like for example Sony Music would share their skills with Marvel when it came to the production of Spiderman. This is also another advantage as each company that co-operates with Sony Music and vice versa will receive skill and ideas to the project. Finally another advantage of Synergy is that it influences the public opinion which again further helps promote their brand but also if Sony Music influences the public they will use more of their products meaning Sony Music may dominate the market and the industry.
Enter the B movie. Whether you refer to them as B Movies, Bad Movies or simply Low Budget, these films, regardless of how good or bad, have been integral in launching and furthering the careers of countless iconic filmmakers through the years. While most low budget filmmakers move on to larger budget studios and more mainstream filmmaking, there are those who, for various reasons, continue making low budget films, reveling in the schlock, and excel in doing so. One of the more influential of them is Roger Corman, the King of B Movies. Due to the sheer volume of his films, I will inevitably return to a few of his classics in future reviews; today, however, I will be looking into one of his lesser known films, The Fantastic Four.
The blockbuster movie is typically understood to be a work of film in theater or television which gains notoriety and popular appeal to such an extent that audience attendance and overall gross profits of the movie far exceed standard expectations of the time. The blockbuster movie generally surpasses the accepted standard set by similar films and becomes most notable for its popularity as well as its box office profits One key ingredient of a movie's ability to become a blockbuster hit is the concept of mass appeal. For a movie to find ultimate success, it must appeal to a wide spectrum of both male and female movie-goers as well as both young and old audiences. Movie studios typically attempt to combine elements of action and adventure with comedic aspects or a romantic story line within the plot to attract as many people as possible . According to Ph.D. research sociologist Brian Uzzi of Northwestern University, movie buzz can often help a film become a blockbuster hit.
Ridley Scott's Alien released in 1979 is a film that can be categorised as such an art horror. Alien's writer Dan O'Bannon described his goal as wanting it to be like the science fiction film like Dark Star (released in 1974), only "as a horror not a comedy" (DVD commentary, 2003). At the time, this mix of genre's was almost unheard of. The success of Alien however can be attributed to many things, the cinematography techniques being one of the stand out features of the film. It received several awards for the cinematography and an Oscar nomination for art/set decoration (1979).
The three are DVDs, movies and entertainment shows’ videos. This is preferred because it has heavy demand among the youth. Also, it is the easiest to identify with since most of the producers and actors are celebrities loved much by the youth. Strategic Business Unit Planning Developing the Strategic Business Unit Mission We want to be known as the source of the best ever movies, shows and documentaries that reach the customer conveniently and at reasonable rates. It is also our mission to always cater for the needs of our
Analysis of Citizen Kane Citizen Kane was produced in 1941 and was the directorial debut of Orson Wells. Based on the real life character William Randolph Hearst, the story centers around Charles Foster Kane a man who vowed social service and honesty, but who’s life turns into a tireless pursuit of power and security. Citizen Kane is regarded by many industry professionals as the best film of all time. This is not because of one aspect or the other but how many aspects work together to enhance the overall meaning of the film. I will demonstrate this by analyzing Scene Twenty Six of Citizen Kane.
English Essay 2C/D In order for a mainstream film to be successful and entertaining in today’s Western society, it must conform to audience’s expectations and offer something innovative to satisfy their expectancies. The groundbreaking motion picture Avatar (2009) Directed by James Cameron is a highly regarded and critically acclaimed film due to the films visual detail in the adventure of a paraplegic ex-marine who is sent on a mission to a new planet Pandora, who quickly becomes attached to the planet and the people, ultimately finding a new home. The film is highly renown for its stunning visuals whilst conforms to its mainstream audience expectancies, filmic conventions are used in a typical manner that are habitually seen in action and fantasy films. The film also displays values and attitudes such as traditional family values and capitalistic attitudes. As a Mainstream film Avatar relies heavily on the entertainment value of their audiences in order for it to be successful; Avatar ingeniously conforms to its audience’s expectations whilst enhancing the film with its unique and remarkable visual qualities.
Consumers consider IMAX the best because they provide a quality experience with advanced digital technology. The external environmental opportunities indicates that there is an increase in demand of Hollywood productions, large demand of the IMAX experience, IMAX establishing joint ventures with other companies, and more IMAX theatres opening in the U.S and other countries. The external
In addition, Mr Hopkins is a gifted mimic, adept at turning his native Welsh accent into whatever is required by a character. I am not the only person who thinks highly of Mr Hopkins. His skills have been recognised by Hollywood. He won an Oscar, or, more formally, an Academy Award, in 1991 for his most famous role as the cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs. As befits not only a truly great actor but also a humanist, Mr Hopkins is a committed philanthropist.
Because of their strong brand most of the consumers view Sony’s product as high- quality, which reduces the risk for the customers when buying a new product. Due to the fact that Sony’s brand has been well established for many years, it has been easier for them to introduce new products to the customers. The customers identify Sony as a brand that is customer- oriented and have products with high quality, and this becomes an assurance when buying a related product within product lines. Because of this it becomes easier for Sony to attract both existing and new customers. Sony have been able to introduce innovative products that customer didn’t really think they need, but that have become a huge success when adopted by the consumers.