Every film buff is familiar with the prestigious American Film Institute. What better way to reward their passion for films than allowing your movie buff to become part of that institute by buying them a membership to the AFI. This can range from $60-2,500. Offering cool perks like movie tickets, exclusive release schedules and magazine subscriptions, an AFI membership also grants members admission to AFI events. On top of that, your movie buff would even be able to vote alongside industry professionals for various movie awards and accolades dealt out by AFI each year. To top it off, they would even get an AFI membership card to proudly show off to friends as a sign to their dedication to films.
Secondly, actor’s performances are very important. As a director, you should help actors and actresses to perform well during the Movie shooting process. You need to make sure that actors and actresses feel comfortable with you, so they can go over difficult lines at ease.
At the time “The Tingler” was made, there were not a whole lot of special effects so to make things more interesting, the managers of theaters had to be creative to make these low-budget movies scarier and attract more customers. I do not believe I was their target audience, quite the opposite, I believe my aunt, a teenager of about 15 at the time thought of me as her target to scare the daylights out of, and give her something to laugh about with her friends.
Is there any other advantage from movies other than the whole entertainment experience? Actually, there is. Many professional therapists are using movies to help people in crisis. There is a therapeutic movement using—you guessed it—movies. It’s called Cinema Therapy. Cinema therapy is used because it’s readily available (there’s a movie theatre in every city pretty much) and the subject matter of most films are familiar to everyone. It also enhances the rapport between both the client and the therapist. Who doesn’t want to talk movies.
The Wicked Witch of the West (the late evil witch’s sister) appears from a cloud of smoke and tries to claim the ruby red slippers. Glinda tells the witch her powers won’t work in Munchkinland. The Wicked Witch of the West tells Dorothy that she’s going to get even with her and her dog, Toto.
The visuals and special effects was just one facet of what made Inception so awesome for me. And this fight scene was one of those that stood out above the rest. Creative, cool to watch, action-packed, it really was just a really fun fight and pretty awesome.
Another lovely Alice doll which resembles Mia Wasikowska, dons an attractive soft nylon light blue over coat with matching vest and blouse. She looks very pretty in blue.