Creating the Masterpiece
A movie, also known as a movie motion picture, short video, liveware, or short video, is an animated work of visual art typically intended to simulate events that convey ideas, stories, impressions, beauty, or setting through the utilization of moving pictures. Movies are usually presented in a single frame, either horizontally (horizontal film) or vertically (vertical film). The format and method of presentation depend upon the intended audience and the style of the film. It is usually shown via electronic means such as videotapes, dvd-roms, or other similar video formats.
While action movies often have very clear and defined themes, a great deal of the success of an action movie relies on the visual language used to tell stories within the movie. The ability of a movie director to create a story, with a beginning, middle, and end is an essential part of creating a movie. Often, a movie will be made based on the public’s appetite for a particular type of movie. Movie studios will often make fantasy movies, science fiction films, horror movies, and other popular genres based around characters that have wide appeal. In this way, the movie director must create a plot line, developing a storyline, and developing characters, all of which will help the movie become successful.
Special effects, as well as the types of special effects used, are also a critical part of making a movie. Special effects may involve the use of explosions, stunt driving, and martial arts. Action movies that are produced by major movie studios are almost always highly sophisticated in the way they tell stories. At times, a movie studio may resort to using computer-generated special effects to help tell stories. However, in most cases, real people do handle the special effects to help tell the story.