Why can't movie studios upload a 4K trailer on YouTube? or at least, a 1080p trailer with higher bitrates. they're all literally unwatchable.
Examples for low-resolution trailers:
Mary Poppins Returns
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
I was a little apprehensive about it when they first announced the sequel to Sicario, however, I really enjoyed Soldado almost as much as the original. I also loved the evolution in the title from "hitman" to "soldier" and I was wondering what you think about the third one being titled Salvador, meaning "saviour".
In addition to the alliterative effect, it can also serve as further evolution of Matt and Alejandro's characters, as the events at the end of Soldado may lead them to change the direction of their "moral compass" and turn over a new leaf to the effect of "saving" the people, society, country, humanity or such.
I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.
That being said, I know practically nothing about film or any filmmaking techniques. In the class they were discussing montages, how they add to a movie, and techniques used in montages. I was the only one there that didn't really add to the discussion and was a bit confused about some of the things they were even talking about. That being said, what can I do to educate myself so I can be more active in their discussions?
As I have seen many thriller movies, I was just curious about what movies I'm missing. So give me your top 10 thriller movies from around the world.
And please try not to repeat the titles. If you see a movie already recommended, you can add your other best movie to complete the list. You can also give links to your Imdb, Letterboxd's or any other site's list's profile if you have already made one. Thanks.
Ingmar Bergman: There are some films I did like: Autumn Sonata is a tempestuous, nerve-wrecking cat-fight session between mother and daughter, superbly played by Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann, and The Virgin Spring is a devastating film about revenge. Yet the existential films are when I'm lost. Persona wasn't my cup of tea, Wild Strawberries was utterly boring, Fanny and Alexander couldn't have ended soon enough. I know Bergman is respected and admired and I respect his contribution to Film yet I find it easier to admire most of his films as opposed to enjoy it.
Like Federico Fellini. When he makes a straight film like La Strada, I'm moved and destroyed by the raw emotion and lyrical tenderness of Nino Rota yet when he began making those surreal, wacky films in the 1960s with Juliet of Spirits or Satyricon, I just have to give it a pass.
Some directors are more interested in creating a visual, an aesthetic, as opposed to a story, and that's okay, but it's not something a viewer might enjoy if he wants a straightforward narrative.
Hi guys. so I just saw this movie called Moonrise Kingdom (2012) and I must say I really love it and want to get me a 11*17'' (29*43 cm) poster. I have checked all sorts of online websites (Allposter, Redbubble, Movieposter, you name it) but the shipping costs seems too significant for a single poster. I want to ask if anyone knows any good place in Sydney that sells movie posters before actually going for online purchases.
Btw, asking the people who have been buying posters, do u guys think i should purchase it laminated/ with Protective poster sleeve or just the paper print, cause I seriously don't wanna see them getting folded or damaged by duct tapes in case i need to remove them for say, moving out. I leave this link here for some info. If you have purchased yours in those ways, I 'll be very grateful for your insight.
Thank you very much, guys.
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