A movie, also commonly known as a movie trailer, a short film, movie script, or short video, is a film of video art designed to simulate various experiences that convey stories, ideas, emotions, beauty, or ambiance through the utilization of moving pictures. Most often, this type of film is intended as a promotional tool that will introduce viewers to a movie that they have not yet seen. It is hoped that by seeing the movie and being captivated by it, viewers will then be eager to see the rest of the film. Viewers who are unable to attend the movie event are likely to be captivated by the trailers for the movie and, in fact, pass on the film to others who may be unable to attend the actual event but are able to view the movie at another time or on another computer.
One of the most successful uses of motion pictures to tell stories involves telling stories using action movies. Motion pictures of intense conflict often provide the basis for some of the most thrilling and memorable movies. In action movies, the plotline is developed around these characters and situations rather than the characters themselves developing a plotline and the plotlines are secondary to the development of the characters and their conflicts. The plotlines in movies like “icide man” or “Dumb and Dumber” develop the storyline around the contrasting lives of the main characters. These films create an avid following of people who enjoy seeing action movies and who can not wait for the next movie in which the characters engage in intense combat and other violent acts.
Another way that movies often tell stories is through the utilization of special effects. Special effects in movies are usually used to create unrealistic but exciting visual effects that enhance the dramatic elements of a scene. Motion picture producers of certain films rely heavily on the use of special effects in order to help the audience see things that cannot be seen in real life.
Movies that have strong special effects are able to become popular because studios want viewers to believe that these special effects are possible. Studios also make these movies because they want to become popular with teenagers, who are more susceptible to fantasy and the unknown. By creating realistic special effects in their films, studios create a better viewing experience for their audiences.
In the late sixties and early seventies, Hollywood made a concerted effort to make science fiction movies that incorporated various aliens from outer space. Some of these movies became very popular in their own right, while others were ignored. Science fiction movies such as “Star Wars,” “Starship Troopers,” and “Apollo” are still very popular today. However, there was a popular trend in late eighties and early nineties for movies that told stories about creatures from other planets. Examples of these movies are “Aliens Vs. Predator,” ” Predator,” and “The Forbidden Planet.”
The technique of filming a movie on location is referred to as post-production. A large number of film stock shots are created during the production of the movie so that the movie can be shown in movie theaters. A movie post-production company will shoot a film with a crew in locations around the world, using a variety of cameras. The film stock footage from these locations will then be inserted into the movie.