Another point of "Fate of the Dead", which can be called the strongest point in film history, is that in the element of "car chase", each of their sequels can go to the next level and achieve things that the audience can't imagine. From the initial city drag racing, to the big melee on the highway, the battle between cars and fighter jets..., all the way down, can't help but make people want to say "what else can change in the next episode?" , the most exaggerated thing about live-action movies finally appeared. In the first few episodes,
Mr. Tang's driving volley over a canyon several hundred meters long was nothing. In this episode, in order to prevent computer viruses, they drive "into space", crash satellites with their cars, and defuse the bad guys' conspiracy. Even driving a car into space can be imagined, and it is completely reasonable, not sci-fi or fantasy. In comparison, the changes sms services in the "speeding car chase" through the effect of the "big magnet" in the film are brilliant, but they are not as staggering as going to space. This audience's sense of expectation for "action design" further strengthens the value of the "Fate" series. B-grade films are an inevitable product of the world's film industry. Simply put, they are "popular".
Most of the reasons for the existence of B-grade films are to "provide entertainment" and "make money", and do not pursue higher value. If the filmmakers want to pursue higher value, like "Mad Max", the technology can be extreme. Or like many auteur directors, such as Martin Scorsese , Fellini , etc., pursuing individual film aesthetics. Or someone will convey ideas and meanings through movies, such as the movies of Jean-Louis Gundam and Spike Lee . The starting points are different. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like 【Key Issues Research Center】In the post-epidemic era when masks are necessary for the streets,