Monday, February 27, 2012

the artist movie review

THERE is a reason silent movies fell by the wayside in the late 1920s.Technology moved forward and the excitement of combining voice acting with screen acting was too much to resist.In the 21st century stuntmen have made way for CGI, motion capture and other digital techniques.It is the way the film industry works. Make something bigger and make it better.

Th e simplicity of The Artist is what makes it so brilliant.George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a Hollywood film star.In the same mould as Errol Flynn, George has a hit with every film and audiences flock to theatres to simply catch a glimpse of him.After a chance encounter with up and coming dancer/actor Peppy Miller, George becomes a little infatuated with her.But this is quickly forgotten as talkies arrive and George refuses to adapt to the changes of the film making world.Meanwhile, Peppy has transitioned from the silent era to talkies and is one of the town’s hottest stars.

The Artist tells the story of George’s battle with his pride and refusal to change as he quickly fades into the background.This film is a throwback to the glory years of silent film and is a delight to watch.But I am bias, I have always taken a liking to silent films such as Buster Keaton’s The General and Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush.

There is something about a film’s ability to have no dialogue, a couple of title cards and some excellent timing, mise-en-scene and acting subtlety.In today’s world, where explosions, car chases and fast-talking stars rule the film world, it was a bold move for the production team to revert back to how cinema was made in the 1920s.

London, Paris, New York also known by the abbreviated form LPNY movie review

London, Paris, New York also known by the abbreviated form LPNY, is an upcoming Bollywood romantic film that marks the writing and directing debut of Anu Menon and stars Ali Zafar and Aditi Rao Hydari in the lead roles. The official theatrical trailer released on 14 January 2012 while the film will be releasing worldwide on 2 March 2012.

Shot in the three most popular and beautiful cities of the world, London, Paris and New York. The filming started in early August 2011. While shooting at Heathrow airport in London, actors Ali Zafar and Aditi Rao found themselves in a peculiar situation. Both were shooting at the busy airport and as the crew members were settting up the shot, they decided to go for a quick rehearsal of their dialogues. That’s when a couple of real-life fliers pitched in and tried to help them out. As film London, Paris, New York was caught in the crossfire for affecting locals, the filmmaker had to change the shooting location to a place outside London. The cast and crew got done with the London chapter and moved to Paris, the city of love, for its second schedule. The cast and crew were shooting at the Hudson River bridge and incidentally at the same time, the Batman crew was also there shooting for their next film. The cast and crew wrapped the shooting of the film on 5 November 2011, finishing the last schedule in New York City.

26th feb sunday post

Very good day;tipping saved more closeness with chalapathi;missed J P due to first leg but guidance got;Kuppaiah met at hrc tirupati guy;Night Reddy met with Chalapathi;Racing world magazyne seen;Morning gta came to buy Groundnut Oil;positive effect in the mind of chalapathi had;

Due to no cash levels on hand nice oods missed to be even more careful from now;demonstrator at 8 to one had;Tolstoy;Rest was not enough over night felt sleepy and had comment;Night over dosage and had comment from Car guys;

Many of the stickers at HRC were there;2 of my main choices Star strider Risky business have flopped and they took most of confidence;Again chalapthi gave some money;Net was very slow at home; 2 of Jockey own mounts won today again suraj and prakash;

Days consolidations are also to cover favrites;Have enough cash levls on hand;Guidance on property had from chlalapathi;Belive in main jockey connections from now;


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