A movie, also known as a video, short film, videware, or digital movie, is an artistic work of visual artwork used to simulate real experiences, emotions, stories, senses, beauty, or environment through the employment of moving pictures. Movie making involves screenplay writing, sound editing, music mixing, and the production of the completed movie. A movie which has been produced on a home computer or a “to make” video tape can be viewed through standard televisions or “home entertainment systems.” More sophisticated “to make” video tapes are capable of playing on Betamax/SMS/DVI connections and some older television formats.
Movie producers and studio executives spend a lot of money producing a quality movie. Special effects, special FX, and the use of popular actors and actresses attract consumers. Marketing and theatrical promotions also help fuel the box office successes of movies often directed by Hollywood’s top film stars. Although most movies are wildly successful, the profitability of certain types of movies depends on how much money the movie studios invest in the marketing, advertising, and theatrical promotion of their movie. The failure of the movie studio to produce a profitable movie leads to the eventual failure of the company.
Action movies are the most profitable in terms of ticket sales and home entertainment. The success of action movies often depends on how much screen time is devoted to the special effects. Special effects that are used in action movies often include computer generated characters, stunt sequences, and explosions. Often the most dramatic special effects are the ones that result from gun fights.
Eventful experiences such as riding roller coaster at a theme park, taking part in a dog show, attending an opening night presentation of a major movie star, or going to the best concert ever organized are some of the most riveting events that can leave the audience (which is typically composed of movie goers) in complete awe. These kinds of eventful experiences are also usually promoted via large outdoor screens that project event live pictures onto the screens of movie theaters. Some event experiences are part of theme parks and other amusement park events. Movie theater event venues include everything from theme park rides, roller coasters, and water rides to live music concerts, fireworks shows, and fireworks shows.
Suspense movies are another kind of eventful moviegoing experience. These movies require the movie goer to be on the lookout for various elements such as gun fights, plane crashes, and blood filled scenes. Even when the movie is about ghost, ghosts still try to kill humans. These event films are usually slow paced and the suspense build only builds throughout the entire movie. Most suspense feature films are about a man (or woman) who has developed a psychological disorder due to some traumatic event in his/her past.
No matter which type of event you’re attending this summer, whether it’s a high profile premier, an award ceremony, or a simple movie night with friends, it’s almost guaranteed that there will be a selection of motion pictures to choose from. With the advent of modern technology, almost every film currently available is available in high definition (HD), allowing movie goers to view their favorite motion pictures in amazing new high definition clarity. If you want to make the most of your movie theater experience, be sure to pack your favorite motion picture into high definition format.