My hubby needed to dress as a beachbum for his company halloween bash so with a hawiaan shirt and a little red halloween makeup on his face to look like a bad sunburn he looked the part w/ his long wig to boot.
This scene from "Hot Fuzz" uses a variety of close-up camera angles and positions to help emphasise the overall drama of the character's situation (despite it lacking any serious action). Combined with 'over the top' sound effects, this scene makes a scene which has very little action in it appear as if it were filled with activity. This may be used as inspiration for our opening shot.
What is it: Image from Mad Max What I like about it: This film is structured to fit the western genre but also incorporates steampunk-esque technology, costumes and props. Giving it a modern twist on the usual frontier based westerns.
Gun as a blunt weapon (Pistol Whip). Not necessarily killing other characters but using the projectile weapon as a sort of last resort or a way to damage victim but not kill. We could use this as if the character with the gun had it loaded and wanted to get info from another person but could not kill them. OR the character with the gun could have ran out of bullets and used the gun in any other way he could.
Mabel Normand as “Mabel, Sweet & Lovely” and Ford Sterling as “Villainous Rival” in silent comedy Barney Oldfield’s Race for a Life Mack Sennett).archetypal silent movie plot of a damsel in distress being tied to the tracks of an oncoming train (via TCM)