With this short but very interesting and informative class I have just scratched the surface of the what it takes to make a full fleged film. It takes much more than I had presumed to make a movie in Hollywood. The number of people that it takes to make a minute of a movie let alone the entire movie was astonishing to me. There are many things that it takes to start making a movie but without an idea of some sort there is no movie to be made.
Nolan’s ability to display the character’s dark side as well as to express his own has made him who he is today. His movie Batman: The Dark Knight is the resurrection to the Batman series. With a box office of 1.005 billion dollars, Batman: The Dark Knight is being considered one of the most successful commercial movies. While being a commercial movie, Batman: The Dark Knight is rated 9/10 by film critics. Also, the majority of Nolan’s movies are rated over 8/10 by critics. Nolan has found his key to success because he knows, everyone has a dark
"The Dark Knight" is grimly magisterial. It's a summer blockbuster that contemplates near-total civic disaster: Crowds surge, tractor-trailers flip, and buildings explode, but the pop violence feels heavy, mournful. Light barely escapes the film's gravitational pull.
As an undergraduate at Michigan State University, I quickly focused in on Biochemistry as my field of study. I have always favored science classes, but biochemistry broke down the elegance of a biological system into complex chemical reactions; it only took one class, and I was hooked. Although I struggled my senior year with a demanding class schedule and two jobs, my determination and time-management ability allowed me to graduate in a total of three years.
I met and outscored my best friend in Biology on almost every test and lab. I competed against one of the boys in Chemistry, whom I continue to challenge in an effort to make him push himself and myself as well. I was driven, hungry to learn more and help those around me. I stayed up late to take peers’ calls and answer their messages about assignments. I helped anyone who asked for my assistance to the best of my abilities. During this time, I realized how much I enjoyed Science and it was not solely because I was doing well. I recognized I had a natural talent for science as well as an inclination towards it. I enjoyed Biology and Chemistry immensely, and because of this, my decision to major in Biochemistry was easy, almost obvious, unlike the conclusion I assumed back in elementary
Everything that I learned became even more interesting in biochemistry, where complex chemical interactions unfolded in a dynamic biological system. After freshman year, I started my own research project
As I sat on my bed on a cold and Uneventful august evening to I watch the video "true learning," I nodded my head in apprehension for 24 minutes of the most enthralling exposure to undergraduate education I had ever had. When a student talked about the Vagelos Scholars program: A Intensive biochemistry program that allow students to approach biochemistry with knowledge of physics and Mathematics that enables them to see things in ways previously Unthought of, I concluded that this will be the Ideal place for me because it would present the opportunity I have always craved to study and research biochemistry to confront and solve the scientific problems that will shape and define our
Having artfully explored the origins of the caped crusader in Batman Begins, director Christopher Nolan puts Gotham City under a completely new perspective in The Dark Knight, the thrilling second instalment of his superb reinvention of the superhero franchise.
In 2005 Christopher Nolan spearheaded the commercial re-boot of the Batman franchise with the movie Batman Begins, the movie achieved wide critical acclaim, and, subsequently generated, talk of a sequel. In the summer of 2008, after a vast amount of advertising and viral marketing, the highly anticipated sequel was finally released. The film 'The Dark Knight' grossed almost $67,165,092 in its first day and went on to break countless box office records. Later the next year the film won 2 Oscars and was nominated for a further 6, one award won was the 'Best Supporting Actor' award which the late Heath Ledger posthumously received, for his portrayal of the 'Joker'. Due to Ledger's untimely death the film gained even more
During the last two years attending Miami Dade College, faculty and staff members have taught me to grow academically and personally. I am currently one semester away from obtaining my Associate in Arts degree and the time at the college has been a very rewarding experience. As a pre-medical student, my first choice was to major in Biological Sciences. However, after taking the 2000-level sciences courses I decided to pursue an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry as part of the preparation for Medical School. Although a career in healthcare is very challenging, I strongly believe that with hard work and dedication everything can be achieved. I consider myself a very studious person and I'm committed to my professional goals.
Batman or Christian Bale faces new unimaginable challenges on his path to do go for the people of the city of Gotham. Stricken with physical disabilities and lack of support from the community he devoted his life too, provides a character that many people can relate with. Fortunately, with the help of his adapted devices and his devotion to do good, he fights in the equal battle. This unfolds the plot of the original tale, good versus evil.
2012 was a great year for nerds like myself. The Avengers, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and The Dark Knight Rises all came out during this year. Each movie piqued the anticipation of fans everywhere. For me, the last of these three seemed the most intriguing. Christopher Nolan, fresh off the brilliant Inception was concluding his epic The Dark Knight Trilogy. The Dark Knight became one of the best sequels ever, so I expected The Dark Knight Rises to live up to Batman Begins, at least. Unfortunately, lightning did not strike twice because The Dark Knight Rises, while still a good movie, is the worst in the trilogy.
Sometime in the late 1930s two writers, Bob Kane and Bill Finger, created a fictional character. One who has evolved over the years, been portrayed by many actors, and made his way from comic books to a television series and eventually blockbuster movies. Batman, as most would know him, has also earned names that any fan would probably be familiar with such as The Bat, The Gotham Knight, The Caped Crusader, or The Dark Knight. Being a fan, I would like to say that everyone at some point in their life has heard at least one of these names, however; that is not always the case. Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Trilogy(2005-2013) is ranked as one of the best-rated trilogies of all time (www.IMDB.com). Nolan along with
"Batman" is no longer just a story for nerds and comic book fanatics. Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" is one of the greatest super hero movie to date. The storyline follows a beloved Gothem hero who has an unfortunate twist of fate and is no longer able to be the hero everyone saw him as.