There are times in our lives where we get stuck up on the bad things that have happened in the past. People get so messed-up, unfocused, and unhappy because they hold on too much on the things that have hurt them. Super 8 is an American-science fiction adventure film directed by J.J. Abrams and produced… Read More “Struggles, Surviving, and Moving On” – An analysis of J.J. Abram’s Super 8
. WALL-E is a decent science-fiction story with captivating animated film and pleasurable contemplation of scenes. It is directed by Andrew Stanton, who is known for his Best Animated Feature, the central theme of this movie was that irrational love can defeat everything, including programming. It was released in the United States and Canada on… Read More “A human-like machine” — Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis of Andrew Stanton’s “Wall-E”
The Village is an extraordinarily great movie with a good twist. Mr. Night Shyamalan directed this movie because he wanted to write about innocence and he was setting the pretended village in the 1800’s because in that time people is ignorant and innocent. This film was released July 30, 2004. The story opens with a… Read More The Unseen Reality: The Village – Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis about Mr. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village”
Harold Crick, is a strange type of man who wakes up with the same routine everyday. He brushes his teeth with a definite amount of strokes, wears expertly pressed suit, and tie his tie in a certain way everyday. In every week day for twelve years his life is repetitive and all things is in… Read More ” A man of order” – Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis of Marc Foster’s ‘Stranger than Fiction’
Hugo is dissimilar with the other film it has a sophisticated story yet a good one that can take you away and witness that film has a power to capture a dream. Hugo is the name of a 12 year-old hero boy who’s had a sad life acted by As a Butterfield. In the film… Read More “Find your purpose and live with it “– Johanna Paula Navarro’s analysis of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo
Often times we take movies for granted. We watch films based on our moods. Topics are always centered about the audience. What they want to tell. But what about the film-makers? What are the stories they want to tell the world? Making a film about a film — an incredible idea made by Martin Scorsese… Read More Film about Films – An analysis of Martin Scorsese’s ‘Hugo’
The Village has this kind of twist that no one would have been predicted. Directed by Mr. Night Shyamalan, he was once again successful in bringing a movie into a whole different level of telling a story. Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Joaquin Phoenix, and Adrian Brody, the film is about a Village lived by people… Read More The Blind Village — an analysis about Mr. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village”.