All of you would have seen this pop-up before the commencement of a box office hit. What does this do to our mindset? Does it really change the way in which we perceive what we see? Do we not pay attention to the 3-D, but to the portrayal of the character more? Most importantly, do we rate the piece in terms of the fact that this happened for real?
|Robert De Niro - Casino|
So yes, those questions asked in the beginning, bear huge significance. Now the film-making crews have resorted to making movies partly on the basis of real life events, just as is the case with more well-renowned thrillers like The Changeling (2008) (P.S. This movie was amazing, though because of the impeccable acting and direction). Anyway, this change in the methodology of the film crew is not required per se, as the superheroes need to sparkle the audience with eye-rattling entertainment to bring back their straying vision while the non-fictional ones just require the plot to stay in touch with real life-events with obviously the impeccable portrayal being a given. In the end, all of it is done for the commercialisation, and in the hope that the modern society takes more to the flashy images than the relatively slow-moving reality.
Yes, if we rate the movies correctly, then I am optimistic we will get better & better in the future days! So let’s strive to be better viewers!!
Written by Adishesh Premkumar
An ardent believer in lethargy. An astute follower of all the good things in life.