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About Vintage Films & Review of Spielburg's films and Stendhals (for Foxnews and other media)

Von: Deadspeak2 (kims072@hawaii.rr.com) [Profil]
Datum: 31.05.2010 00:02
Message-ID: <6bc201a0-5333-4e38-8740-0da2acd16e5e@q36g2000prg.googlegroups.com>
Newsgroup: alt.movies alt.fiction.interactive
Review of Spielburg's films and Stendhals - by Seung Bum Kim (for
Foxnews and other media)
If Holywood produces movies like G.I. Joe due to the inflation of
interest it would end silently. So films must not aim for
spectacularism but for allegory since it engages one in the process of
thinking rather than being idle as the movie feeds you everything.
Spielburg's movies suffer the same detrimental nature except for
Schindler's list. There is too much God in his movies while Kubrick's
films are Godless. So it is closest to being neo-classical or the
modern equivalent to the Reinassance. Which Stendhals can take shape
or even sublimate heroism in a vicious form.

Review of Spielburg's Films and Stendhals - by Seung Bum Kim

About Vintage Films - by Seung Bum Kim (for Foxnews and other media)
My taste of film is a personal one. Since in vintage form of black and
white the scene is less significant than the characters since the
scene is not contrasted it has more potential for dark drama in
individual lives. It doesn't capture things in time, but by use of
shadows the use of "the shadows and now present" as opposed to "the
shadows are always present" lead to kind of capture opposite of
vetrices. So it lacks concrete physicality and thus the audience's
focus lands upon the dark social situations where fantastics are more
classical since they are not immediate.

About Vintage Films - by Seung Bum Kim

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