This movie is a flexible representation method like at least books from the perspective of diversity and nuance possibilities. So, how do you explain how cinema treats so many diverse and subtle books that will be general, nearly identical cutting products? And this problem seems prominent especially in books for young people. Tonic and creative novel Bridge over Terabithia, Night is approaching, The first five people Spider Wick Chronicles Novels, and Spectacle Everything goes into the machine that adapts to the screen, almost the same. The problem is not related to the source, but it is obvious to filmmakers suffering from lack of imagination.
Or perhaps there is no freedom to express imagination. It is clear that the studio expects that all children's movies are loud, noisy, patient, and have lots of actions and big problems. And the predictability and artificiality of this model will let the children lose the opportunity to live more on the screen.
The last classic of children who hit a movie meat grinder is the 1973 novel by John Baileys. House with clock on the wall. This book is a transcendent mystery, deeply strange and attractive, concerning mourning, persecution, apocalypse. The movie version is a carnival of CGI screams full of jokes and pumpkins. Materials are more similar if handled correctly Unforgettable like that At home alone. However, the movie crew seems to have done its best to push the limits of the book, replacing it with the big rhythms of comedy and horror and Gurihin of shakers screaming in every direction.
This is particularly amazing given that the director is Eli Ross who reviewed horror genres. HotelThis contributed to the introduction of waves of cheap torture movies and pornographic movies focusing on the speed at which the human body was shot down. It's easy …
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