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. A major factor in the success of a film is its visual qualities that it beholds. The film Avatar as a 3-D motion picture significantly pioneered a new era in stunning visual films. Avatar is loaded with luminescent camera shots endlessly detailing the stunning planet of Pandora, the sensory images of binding luminous colors depicting the nature and environment of the planet. Throughout the film there is a beautifully illustrated scene of unity under the Na’vi tree, the Na’vi people are combined in unity and is a remarkable scene, the visual quality of white fluorescent tree colors and shot types of this scene helps assist the feeling of Unity that James Cameron is trying to evoke.
He was promoted to the manager of worldwide safety. His great leadership skills and motivational techniques had put him in this new position. Kurt was very excited for the job and ready for it, but he was not too familiar about any safety tasks that could improve the workplace. Kurt was so excited about the promotion that he would call John Sullivan and tell him the great news. John Sullivan and Kurt were good friends that were very comfortable with each family.
He also appealed to pathos through visual elements, audio track, personal anecdote, and through humor. From the beginning, I strongly got the impression that Al Gore was a rich and important person. The visual elements, the audio track, and through written text, he constantly appealed through ethos, suggesting his power and trustworthiness. This was a very important part of the movie, because ethos eliminates any skepticism from the audience as to whether the argument is credible or not. Al Gore proves himself trustworthy by informing the audience about his trips to the North Pole and South Pole.
This well placed line of dialogue has a strong metaphorical presence for Gilbert. The words are something that describe the sunset but also in a sense, foreshadow Gilbert’s near future. Almost as if to say, that if he watches carefully, he will realise that things will start to change. He can break the bonds of the lifestyle he is tied to. Looking more deeply into Lasse Hallstrom’s direction, he has used a variety motifs throughout the film.
GLORY ROAD The film glory road was nothing short of inspiring, no matter what color you are or where you come from any culture can appreciate the message this film brings. Overcoming adversity with all the odds stacked against you, where the true test of a man’s character is shown and how much that person can withstand. With nobody believing in you is when you and your team become family and stand for one another despite your cultural and physical differences and be there for each other through thick and thin. To not only go after something, but to perservere and stride for perfection and be the best. Despite whatever adversity one faces and whatever time it is endured in, to always believe in yourself
Robrigado 1 Matt Robrigado English 1A Professor Piluso 12 September 2012 The Game of Life Old original movies are not always boring to watch. Compared to the movies made today for people to watch which contain lots of foul language, violence, and sex, The Sandlot contains many important life values and morals such as friendship, teamwork and perseverance. The classic film The Sandlot is a great movie to watch because of its comical dialogue, incredible cast, superior theme of friendship, and the mindset to never give up at what anything no matter what the cost is. One reason why The Sandlot engages who is viewing it is because all of its humorous dialogue. This classic movie is filled with dialogue that can make any young
Another reason I decided to choose body work for my project was because I always thought that I would want to do it but I wasn’t sure. This project has showed me that it is something I would enjoy for the rest of my life because you always have something to show for all the hard work you’ve done. Not many people have the chance to say that they completely rebuild a 1970 chevelle SS. I can and I am so proud of that because not only is this car life changing but it is also sentimental because if I was to ever lose my dad ill always remember all the work that we have put into this car and how we have done all of it together. I am one day going to be able to share this same experience with my son because I am a car junkie I just love cars they are so amusing how much technology has changed from back then.
Fate forces Santiago to see a vision of a war happening in the desert oasis. Santiago reclaims control of his life by deciding to control his destiny and identity by “[heeding] the omens” (p.100). This allows him to achieve another piece of his identity as a helpful and brave person. Santiago is able to say bravery in part of his identity because he still decides to advise the council even though there may be negative consequences such as punishment or embarrassment. Santiago accepts fate making him see the vision and did not want to let fate control what he will do with that knowledge so, this helpful choice he makes to warn the council crucial in providing him with a real identity of who he is.
Woody Allen: A Great Film Director In movies the film director plays the most important role. It’s the film director’s job to tell the actors what they want them to do, how they want them to do it, and lastly what camera shots the film director thinks will portray the scene the best and most appealing to its audience. Now that you know this I can introduce you to Woody Allen. Many of his movies have been nominated for Oscars, a couple of them are Match Point which was made in 2005, and Annie Hall which won an Oscar in 1978(Woody Allen Biography). They are two opposite types of movies, but you can still see similarities in the way he shot the films.
Therefore, he felt it was his duty to return them to the highest level that he knew. As the story progresses T assumes the role of gang leader. This role is presented to him because of his revolutionary ideas of splendor and his ability to make others believe it will work. This leads him to puff himself up even more because he is succeeding in his quest for glory. This is eventually his