The Art of Cinema
September 9, 2013
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
The American society has many different ways of occupying a person’s life with so many different activities whether it would be sports, education or entertainment. Coming from the branch of entertainment, films are made to catch someone’s attention and bring him or her into another world. Films tend to make people feel as if they are actually inside the movie itself and over time they have evolved from the technology that has been improving the world. Scott Pilgrim vs. the world, which was released in 2010 by Edgar Wright, consisted of many different elements to make the film brief and interesting. This movie used the five general principles of film form, narrative and stylistic elements to keep the audience continually focused and interested by this movie. These elements help plot and primarily give us the function of the story.
The title of a movie is one of the most important aspects of a movie. Titles give you an idea of what the movie is going to be based on or what the main idea actually is. With that being said based off the films title, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, it gives the audience a hint that the conflict is going to be between Scott Pilgrim and “the world.” When you find out that there will be a conflict, it sets the tone of the movie. The introduction of the movie gives narrative elements by explaining the type of character Scott is and that he plays in an upcoming band. The author gives us a cue, which engages with our feelings and senses in a process. The way the author gives us a cue is by creating a pattern in which it pleases our desire of form and organized experience. Our expectations are molded and installed in us by previous experience in other films.
The stylistic elements in the introduction such as the video game impression, captions, and effects from the music help keep the audience involved from the start of the...
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