Its just a movie

Its just a movie

It’s just a movie, stupid + lyrics [official] by psychostick

This is in response to people complaining about the scientific inaccuracies of the 1998 film Armageddon, despite the fact that it was a popcorn movie created for the sake of entertainment. I understand, but does that imply that inaccuracies are acceptable at all times? One side is still pointing out inaccuracies, claiming that just because it’s a movie doesn’t mean it’s supposed to be factual, even though it’s based on scenes that are based on fact. I understand that movies are meant to entertain, not to film an actual documentary, and that’s the whole point, so nothing will be 100 percent true, but aren’t movies supposed to include simple information, if at all? There have been 13 views. 61 percentsharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

I give it a year clip – it’s just a metaphor (2013) – rose byrne

The 1970 Black Power uprising in Cascadu, Trinidad, was crushed. Sonnyboy, unfortunate and unlucky, is desperate to be identified as a rebel and pressures the uninterested cops to arrest him. As singer KingKala returns from prison, he is relegated to the calypso tent, his music dated and out of style. They now hope to make a name for themselves in the film.
The 1970 Black Power uprising in Cascadu, Trinidad, was crushed. Sonnyboy, unfortunate and unlucky, is desperate to be identified as a rebel and pressures the uninterested cops to arrest him. As singer KingKala returns from prison, he is relegated to the calypso tent, his music dated and out of style. They now hope to make a name for themselves in a film being shot on the island, but that, too, does not turn out as planned. So we follow the townfolk as they play with music, politics, faith, and love, as they begin to see more clearly what their society has to give for its liberation through their day-to-day adventures – be it a game of cricket, the short life of a corner store, or a miracle at a funeral. Is Just a Movie is a warm, gentle novel about tiny moments of magic in everyday life. It is sad and uplifting, funny yet never mocking.

Are you scared? it’s just a movie

It’s Just a Movie”: A Teaching Essay for Introductory Media Classes highlights the time-consuming process of making a Hollywood film, demonstrating that the often asked question of “do you really believe that everything in the film is there for a reason?” is a naive assertion. Greg M. Smith, a Media Studies professor, uses examples of how the audience interprets film and how they can actively engage in the screening of the production to highlight ideas that the audience may or may not be aware of in an informative way.
Many aspects of the film are well-known to the audience; it’s just that they don’t consider them because they are able to avoid reality and become absorbed in the story. However, this demonstrates that it is irrational to conclude that works of literature are deserving of analysis and are “allowed” to include anything for a reason, while films are not. People lose themselves in literature, just as they do in movies. And, just as a story’s author adds details to help the plot move forward, filmmakers carefully choose what they want to include in the film they want to show their audience. Every little detail contributes to the final product, so we should be able to offer credit where credit is due as viewers.

It’s just a movie in this shirt – the irrepressibles

Line from Mystery Science Theater 3000’s theme song, encouraging viewers to ignore information that are unimportant to their enjoyment of the show. Hodgson’s Law is named after Joel Hodgson, the show’s producer and original lead actor.
When tempted to make a Justifying Edit, take three deep breaths and recite. Many of our own tropes (including and particularly our Artistic License archipelago) are notorious for being nitpicky about following or failing to follow core sciences, so we could all benefit from repeating it to ourselves.
When we consider that the very point of MST3K was to mock and ridicule movies for logical flaws and poor storytelling, we find ourselves in a sort of MST3K Dilemma: a quick assessment of the situation would have us believe that the show was hypocritical in insisting that viewers subject it to less scrutiny than they had brought to bear on countless films, but a more careful examination would have us believe that the show was hypocritical in insisting that viewers subject it to less scrutiny than they Indeed, MST3story K’s was nothing more than a ridiculous idea for mocking bad movies, and calling it “just a film” doesn’t make it any less entertaining. take note The show did, however, later provide an explanation for how the hosts eat and breathe, mentioning the machinery that produces the air, massive boxes of food, the Umbilicus (a space-elevator-style hookup by which the Mads physically transport stuff to the satellite), and a farm somewhere on the ship, which Mike never realized.

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