It's incorrect to say people in the 50s were not watching movies because they were. Movie theaters still did good business in that decade. However, there was a dip in attendance due to the proliferation of televisions amongst most American households. To combat this, theaters added widescreen formats, stereo sound, and made movies events. This brought people back to theaters in droves and erased the deficit that TV had created.
theaters. At that time, though television did exist, movies were not yet shown.
What films are in the warner brosessential war collection?
there have been three beverly hills cop films
The increasing amount of violence that is shown regularly in films has been a cause of concern for some time. Such films make violence appear entertaining, exciting and even something to be copied. However, it seems to be increasingly clear that this development is causing problems in our society. First of all, those who enjoy such films eventually stop associating the violence with any real consequences. They therefore lose their sense of reality and no longer take violence seriously or have any sympathy with the victims. This is bad for both individuals and for our whole society. Another worrying trend is that in these films the heroes are shown as people to be admired, even though they are very violent characters. This leads impressionable people to believe that they can gain respect and admiration by copying this aggressive behaviour and so the levels of violence increase, especially in major cities throughout the world What is needed to combat these problems is definite action. The government should regulate the films industry on the one hand, and provide better education on the other. Producers must be prevented from demonstrating meaningless violence as "fun" in their films. Instead, films could emphasise the tragic consequences of violent acts and this would educate people, especially young people, to realise that violent is real To conclude, I think that viewing violence and entertainment can bring serious social problems and that the only way to improve this situation is by regulating the industry and educating the public about the real human suffering that such violence brings.
I don't like watching horror films, I like cartoons.
Brent Corrigan is gay in real life, and acts in gay films, he actually got into gay films because of his boyfriend. Hope it helps.
technically there wont be helicopter in any films.... if there arent helicopter in films ,.... as most of the time people get educated through seeing , hearing and etc ,,.. as seeing is very important... if there arent helicopter in film, then this wont get improve further. or say degrade in innnovation percentage..
a long shot but also a famous actress in her own right: Gina Lollobrigida?
When he/she be mad by seeing films related to Agent stories.Like films: james bond,mission impossible,etc,.
Italian immigrants went to Austalia in the 1950s. There is a one hour screening of 10 short films telling the experience of Italian immigrants who went to Australia in the 50s. The project is called " The Voice of People".
Petra Unkel was an actress in many German films in the 1930s to the 1950s. She was born on March 3, 1925, in Hungary.
Anne K. Kaler has written: 'Paranoia, the Bomb, and 1950s Science Fiction Films'
He has made too many to mention here , he also has his own website, so you can check at your own leisure.
It should be made into a movie because all the other films in the twilight saga series were made into films. They wouldn't want to leave them people who have watched Twilight, New Moon and Eclispe cliffhanged without seeing the last series.
Social realism films can be very bleak and realistic, therefore some people may decide against seeing them in cinemas in comparision to a hollywood blockbuster. This can be because after a social realism genre film the audience often goes away thinking about the subject and empaphising with the situation; these films aren't always uplifting. People may question, why are directors creating these films as they aren't always hits with the box office. That leads to the debated idea; are films made for audience's pleasure or as the directors expression of art?
Because even though you couldn't hear what was going on, most influences can also come by seeing what is happening, for example a charlie chaplin film would have a comical influence on people.
There is no information available that show which Disney films people with Autism have seen.