This is a perfect example of the remaking of classical hollywood films into modern times. The older version of the hang over stared three popular actorsin the time the original was released, and when it was remade in 2009, there were another group of popular actors for their time. However there will always be changes; one from the other, such as quality, or scoring, and even sometimes, light content. However, they always have the keep the most important elements classifying them into their genre.
Here is an article giving us a feel for the main element in film that sets the mood for the entire scene; music. The author tells us how musical selection is made during the editing process of film making. We learn that directors use to collaborate with different orchestrators during the making of their films as well.
This article is extremely thorough, it takes you from the meaning of Classical Hollywood Cinema, to who coined the name, and even the acting techniques of the actors who are in these films. This article is so thorough in fact, that it even talks about the aesthetics of these films, and how directors and camera men got the overall look of the genre; using topics such as projection speed and tinting. This article directly relates Classical Hollywood Cinema back to the US, saying that this is an American style of film; referring to it as “American Cinema."
Big Louis Costillo, last of the old-style gang leaders is slain, and his former bodyguard Tony Camonte is taken into custody. Since Costillo's body has never...
Trailer for 1932 "Scarface" is a great example of what Hollywood Cinema use to look like. Because the movie was made when this film style first began, the name as well as the content had to appear to be helping the public as opposed to hurting them; by filling the theatres with filth. The extension of the name "The Shame of a Nation," allows us, the audience, to believe that instead of glorifying the gangsters we're more so condeming them. Even with the use of the narration during the trailer, the word usage is against the mob bosses and on the side of the public, that they are said to be hurting in the process of their greed.
Hollywood Leading Ladies from the 30's 40's 50's 60's All beauties, all fabulous actresses. All Legends in their time and, even now. Notice how each of them ...
The reason I chose to post this is not because the video gives you examples of actual Classic Hollywood Cinema clips, but because each woman in the video has a certain look. One of the aesthetics of this style of filmaking is the glowing look produced by certain lighting used by the directors. The Leading ladies of this Classic Hollywood time frame all have the same glowing look about themselves; thus defining them to a certain genre of film.
Ford and Wayne, a friendship and professional collaboration that spanned 50 years, changed each others' lives, the movies, and the way America saw itself.
These two men significantly shaped what we know now as Classical Hollywood Cinema. This article gives us a brief background history on the two gentlemen. It then goes into how they began working on their first project together.
Readers, Rita Hayworth had something. And by something, I mean everything.
Rita hayworth is noted as one of the 100 greatest stars of all time. She co-starred with Gene Kelley, another very popular Classical Hollywood Cinema actor, in the extremely well known musical, "Cover Girl." She was the first dancer to be seen on film to be be partnered with both Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly.
Michael Curitz's Casablanca is one of the most classic, Classical Hollywood Cinema films that has ever been made. Lines from this movie that was made in the '40s are still quaoted to day in this new millenium. The typical love story; man who doesn't want to be loved; girl who can't help but to try; in the end they can't live without eachother. This is what really sets the genre in a genre, because Classical Hollywood Movies follow this pattern.
This article tells you about the name of Classic Hollywood Cinema. It gives you information on who came up with the name, why they chose to name, and what sparked thier interest in this style of film in the first place.
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