Types of Movies That Are Often Classified Under Motion Pictures

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Types of Movies That Are Often Classified Under Motion Pictures

A movie, also known as a movie trailer, short film, video or other short film, is an artistic work of visually impressive motion pictures used to simulate real experiences that convey messages, emotions, impressions, beauty, or mood through the utilisation of moving pictures. Movies can be produced as independent work or a commercial enterprise. There are numerous different types of movies, each with its own distinctive style and story concept. The major types of motion pictures include:

The first type of motion picture to make use of a spoken word in its plot was the German film Schindler’s List (1947), in which a German speaking villager speaks over a grainy static backdrop of the city oficken while the title character, a concentration camp inmate, speaks to him over the radio. This became a major success in terms of both the audience and the film industry with the advent of the talkie medium. In this movie, the villager continues to speak over the radio until finally the concentration camp authorities discover him. The entire sequence is shot in black and white with only the action of the film itself making use of colors such as blue and cyan. The entire film then flashes to color photography of the concentration camp where the film is shown from the point of view of the inmates in their striped uniforms.

The second common type of motion pictures is the documentary film. It may contain live action sequences, but almost always has some sort of narration, usually by an actor or actresses, over a series of still shots. Documentary movies are often used for educational purposes and documentary genres often give the viewer an insight into historical events and themes. These films may also contain celebrities who often voice themselves in order to explain certain topics or give examples on how certain actions should be performed. Many of these movies are available in video on demand services where customers are able to rent videos that often show a brief glimpse of the main characters, plot, and themes of the film as well as an extended running time of the narration.

The third most popular genre is the fantasy film. These films are set in realms outside our own and generally take place in lands that are imaginary such as the realm of the gods, abstract realms, alternate earths, and the like. Fantasy films are usually about adventures that the protagonist takes part in, usually involving magic and other forms of supernatural power. These films give an edge to the narrative by being more mysterious, allowing the director to let his or her viewers feel that they have the ability to examine the world around them and to create plots that seem outrageous, even unbelievable. Classic examples of this genre include The Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

The last but not the least is the comedy film. These films are all about setting everyday situations in fantastical settings and present the story in a light, humorous manner. The most popular comedies are the ones that are pure silliness and are set in something that seems completely unrelated to the main character or storyline, examples of which include The Breakfast Club (Seinfeld), Office Space (Microsoft Office), and Home Alone ( Wes Craven). Some other examples of comedies that have become classics include Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Chocolat (Scooby-Doo), among many others. Other successful comedies that managed to be box-office successes are The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Monty Python and the Ultimate Computer Invasion, Office Space, and Glittercap, which went on to spawn its own sequel, Glittercapation.

When looking for ideas for movies, remember that the audience you will be appealing to will have different connotations with different types of genres. Action-oriented films will have audiences who appreciate violence and intense battles, whereas comedies will have a different target. The type of film you choose will depend on the kind of reaction you want from your audience. For action-oriented films, the kind of content that is more violent tends to be more appreciated by people who are younger. On the other hand, for comedies, the kind of content that is less funny will be better accepted by older viewers. To better cater to this need, motion pictures that tell a story are often classified as either drama, comedy, horror, romance, or other genres.

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