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  • 1. By Charlotte BrackenME AND MY MOVIES:ADVENTURE FILMS
  • 2. ADVENTURE FILMSAdventure Films are the type of films which often use their action scenes toboth display and explore many different kinds of exotic locations in a veryenergetic way. For example, films such as Brave (2012) is a film which isanimated focuses on a young girl doing something out of the ordinary. It isan exciting undertaking involving risk and physical danger, forms the mainstoryline focusing on the main protagonist and making the film basedaround her and everything she does from the choices and actions. There arealways many different locations within each different adventure film thatlooks so realistic and makes you just want to go there and explore thesurroundings. Even though you know it doesn’t exist, it still makes youwonder what if and that drags me into the film even more. To me it feels likethere is more to an adventure film because of places it is set in and gets meinvolved. It’s the kind of genre that can be mixed in with other genres suchas action, comedy, romance, horror and even thriller. Each adventure film isdifferent to another by using different directors or even characters and this isone reason I don’t seem to like every adventure film. For example IndianaJones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) to me was boring as well as TheLord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) seemed to cliché for myliking. It seemed to predictable and seemed prolong with all of the differentfilms.
  • 3. STAR THEORYOne of the main reasons I like Pitch Black (2000) or The Chronicles of Riddickfor that matter is the actor Vin Diesel. He is one of my favourite actors andI tend to watch all of the films that he stars in. the Italian, African-American has been in films such as Fast and Furious (2001) and Fast Five(2009) along with Saving Private Ryan (1999). Seeing Vin Diesels body shapeand form and how he is built, he looks perfect for any of the badboy/action roles as he seems like the kind of person you would not want tocross, which is one reason why I enjoy watching him on screen. I think thatthe Star Theory works well within every film as it can expand the targetaudience for the film. Even if a trailer of a film looks rather bad or not asexciting as most films, people will still go and see the film if it has a certainactor/actress within the film. This helps films make more money withinmerchandise and in the cinema. In my own personal opinion certain filmswhich have been made would not probably not of been as successful ifthey did not use the certain actors that they have used. For example thewhole Fast and Furious films would not of been the same without Vin Dieselas he seems to of made the film. Even though Fast and Furious: Tokyo Driftdoesn’t have him within the film, He still shows an appearance which makesthe film more exciting.
  • 4. INTERTEXTUALITYIntertextuality is something which is used within films and can be used within television programsif appropriate. It is the shaping of a text meaning by another text and this particular figures caninclude any of the following; Allusion Quotation Calque Plagiarism Translation Pastiche ParodyIntertextuality is linked to the creativeness of things as it can inspire you to create somethingentirely different yet with references with something else. Everything within the media has beeninfluenced by something else and has inspired someone to create their own thing. It has become ahuge part of the media without people realising it, let alone realising that they are doing itthemselves. People depend on this without knowing and also use this to target and reach out to aspecific audience.
  • 5. PITCH BLACK (2000)Initial Release Date: February 18, 2000Director: David TwohyBudget: 23 million USDSequels: The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury,The Chronicles of Riddick, The Chronicles ofRiddick: Dead Man StandingMain Protagonists: Vin Diesel, Radha Mitchell,Cole HauserCertificate: 15Hunter-Gratzner is a space transport vessel which is carryingaround 40 people on-board until something happens andawakens the captain and other members of the crew forcingthem to do try and level the plane and a crash landing. Bydoing this many people where lost. Crashing on a desertplanet when the ship is struck in a meteor storm leaving only12 survivors. Among them is the main protagonist RichardB. Riddick (Vin Diesel), a dangerous escaped convict.Struggling to find food and water on a deserted island andworry about the convict Riddick, the survivors find thedesert-scape has sunlight from three suns. Being hunted byflesh-eating aliens when the three suns go down and it iscomplete darkness what happens every 22 years. The newcaptain Fry and the rest of the survivors find that thedangerous convict is thir best chance of survival on thisdeserted, infested planet.
  • 6. PITCH BLACK (2000) : MYTHOUGHTSThis is one specific film within the Adventure Genrethat I love and could never get tired of watching. Itsoriginal and the whole narrative within the film is justdifferent. The actor Vin Diesel is one of the reasons Ienjoy this film as his him as an actor fits the characterhe plays perfectly. All the adventure films seem tofind the right actors to play their perfect character itisn’t just given to anyone. First time in watching this,its like you don’t know whats going to happen orwhats going on until you watch it all you understandand it’s a film I would never get bored of. Knowingthere are sequels to this film just makes me want towatch them all mainly because of the characterRiddick.
  • 7. THOR (2011)Initial Release Date: May 2, 2011 (USA)Director: Kenneth BranaghBudget: $150 millionSequels: Thor: The Dark WorldMain Protagonists: Chris Hemsworth, NataliePortman, Tom HiddlestonCertificate: 12AWithin this film, there is a warrior named Thor(Hemsworth) who is suddenly cast out of the realmof which he lives called Asgard. This was done byhis father Odin (Hopkins) for his disobedience andalso his arrogance and sent to live amongst humansto on Earth. During his time whilst living on Earth,he has fell in love with scientist Jane Foster(Portman) who teaches Thor a very much-neededlessons. Soon enough, all of his new-found strengthgets put to use and comes into play when a villainsent by none other than his brother Loki from hishomeland.
  • 8. PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN –ON STRANGERS TIDESInitial Release Date: May 20, 2011 (USA)Director: Rob MarshallBudget: $150–250 millionPrequel: Pirates of the Caribbean: At WorldsEndSequel: Pirates of the Caribbean 5Main Protagonists: Johnny Depp, PenelopeCruz, Geoffrey RushCertificate: 12AThe famous Captain Jack Sparrow (JohnnyDepp) is back once again and this time hecrosses paths with a woman from his past(Penelope Cruz) who has been impersonatinghim and when he see’s her, hes not sure if itslove or if its just because shes a ruthless conartist who is using him to find the fabledFountain of Youth. She soon forces CaptainSparrow aboard the Queen Annes Revenge, theship of the formidable pirate Blackbeard(McShane), Jack finds himself on an unexpectedadventure in which he doesnt know who to fearmore: Blackbeard or the woman from his past.
  • 9. FRAMEWORKS OF INTERPRETATIONPITCH BLACK (2000)
  • 10. GENRE ANALYSISPITCH BLACK (2000)
  • 11. FRAMEWORKS OF INTERPRETATION(SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN2012)
  • 12. GENRE ANALYSISSNOW WHITE AND THEHUNTSMAN(2012)
  • 13. MEDIA LITERACYMedia Literacy is a selection of different abilities which enable people to do all of the following; Analyse Evaluate Create messages in a wide variety of media modes Genres Forms.By being able to do all of these things, it shows and helps understand how the mass media works.Each person can produce meanings, their ability to be organized and also how to use them wisely.A media literate person is someone who can describe and explain the role media in their life.Giving them the knowledge of Media Literacy, gives them opportunities which can be presentedby both or either the new or traditional communications services. There are many reasons whyMedia Literacy is important today, and that’s because any online environment where the possibilityfor direct content regulation diminishes, the need for a media literate public increases. Bothconsumers and citizens need to be aware of the many risks and all of the opportunities offeredacross an array online and even mobile service activities.
  • 14. MEDIA LITERACYEach film in which I have made reference to within this slide show, I have found out througheither looking through different types of magazines with a full page advertisement. I have alsofound out about the films through different adverts advertising the DVD or Blue-Ray either sayingit has been released and you can now buy it or even big store brands such as ASDA, Tesco,Morrisons and Sainsburys advertising that they are now selling the product. Word of mouth orsocial networking sites has also helped me find out when a film has been released. By being toldabout a film and then going to search for the trailer, it enlightens me on what the film might beabout and gives me a brief insight on the film. If I haven’t looked for release dates myself on theinternet then I have say trailers which have been sown on the TV when I have been sat downwatching it. This is another way films get advertised and let the people know that something new iscoming their way. It is very rare I come across an advert which has either been posted on theinternet on either web apps or blogs which I have found out about a brand new film what hasmade me want to go and watch it. Having web apps or blogs enables you to be directed to theofficial site (if they have one) to find out more information about the film and this can make youmore eager to go and actually see the film. Media Literacy in the aspect of the audience issomething which is becoming more common on helping the audience to find out about either newreleases or new films which are coming soon.
  • 15. RECEPTION THEORYReception Theory is something what provides a specific understanding of media texts. And this issimply by understanding how the texts provided are read by all of the audience. Through the meansof cinema and television viewing, there is a whole different experience were it can create a differentmeaning. There is one major important aspect of Reception theory and that is the media text, this isthe interaction which is created between the audience and the text. Different audiences have differentviewing experiences and see things in different ways and this is the meaning which is created betweenthe viewer and either the film or television program as it is seen throughout. This specific theorywhich is within the media, argues that contextual factors more that the actual textual ones, actuallyinfluence the way in which the audience or viewer watches the film or television program. Thecontextual factors include several things in which seems to place the audience or viewer in context,just by mainly three steps, Elements of the viewer’s identity Viewers preconceived Broad social, historical and political issues.The context that the viewer seems to be placed in is all done by taking into account all of thedifferent factors which can influence the audience or the viewer will read and will create a meaningfrom the text.

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