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Date Created: 11/06/15
Running Head FILM CRITIQUE Film Critique Cabaret Name ENG 225 Introduction to Film Instructor Date FILM CRITIQUE 2 Film Critique Cabaret While other avenues of entertainment are seeing a decline in sells over the years movie theater box offices are seeing a steady increase in ticket sells from year to year Millions of Americans ock to theaters around the country on a daily basis to indulge in cinematic adventures In 2010 over 13 billion movie tickets were sold to moviegoers across the United States grossing over 104 billion in film revenue just in boxoffice sales The Numbers 2010 Most movie goers view films based on their particular interests and most of the times they voice their opinions of how successful a film was based on their viewing experience beliefs and their own taste and preference However most of us do not understand what all it takes to create a successful film or what movie critics and reviewers are looking for when they rate a film The process of film analysis used by most film critics and reviewers is a complex one that requires a lot of critical thinking It goes beyond what most film viewers would use to analyze a film they saw on the weekend before taking their critique to Facebook or Tweeter In fact most critics and reviewers must view a film multiple times in order to properly analyze and critique a film and all of its cinematic elements Even with proper analysis many viewers often disagree with critics on how successful a film is or should be at the box office Individual viewers critiques of films will naturally vary widely due to subjective interpretations personal interests and bias but objectivity can be injected through proper use of film analysis by evaluating key elements of a film and its production processes Though I am not trained in cinematography nor do I consider myself to be a film critic this paper will re ect what I have learned about film making and the analyzing of films FILM CRITIQUE It is rare that I encounter someone Who has never seen or heard of the movie Cabaret 1972 It is one of those timeless classics that you cannot help but to get wrapped up in Film Critique Cabaret The characters the plot and the storyline all work together to make this movie an incredialbe piece of cinema history References 2012 February 29 Nostalgia in Grease Web log post Retrieved from httpamcinema1960presentwordpresscom20120229nostalgiaingrease Carr A Stigwood R Producer amp Kleiser R Director 1978 Grease Motion Picture United States Paramount Pictures Retrieved from httpmovieclipscomjW5qB greasemovieweregonnaruletheschool FILM CRITIQUE Creative skillset 2009 Art Director Retrieved from httpWWWcreativeskillsetorgfilmj obsproductiondesignartic1e46691 asp Goodykoontz B amp Jacobs C P 2011 Film From Watching to Seeing San Diego CA Bridgepoint Education Inc Media Match 2013 Production Designer Retrieved from httpWWWmedia matchcomusajobtypesproductiondesignerjobs402758php
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