A Movie Review of the Great Gatsby
The framing of the Great Gatsby shows sincerity in every aspect, just as intended by Baz Luhrmann. It is an imaginative and first 3D movie that highlights the most significant choice of ideas from the classic novel and well applied in theory. Apart from the best application of captivating ideas and fascinating styles, the movie boasts of its relation to the aesthetic and technological whose scenes have about five cooking experiments.
The Setting of The Great Gatsby
This movie is an epic melodrama that relates significantly to other movies such as Moulin Rouge, Romeo and Juliet, and Strictly Ballroom. The film's setting fuses old theatrics of film that shows a lot of subjectivity in the making incorporated with modern pop, period music. It also involves the use of both unreal landscapes combined with real sets, high-speed slapstick, and psychological drama taking place in West Egg, New York, and East Egg.
The Premier of Great Gatsby
Luhrmann's delivery and the interpretation of the 1925 novel are new and unique because most of the previous screen adaptations failed to incorporate these old and famous novels' clear presentations. Some of the productions from Paramount studios and directed by Elliot Nugent, produced in 1946, lacked consistency in terms of performance and consisted of terrific actors, notably the "Gatsby." The second and third attempts to release the movie failed to bring about a significant impression. It is Luhrmann who made the film to be vibrant and faithful to the source.
Costumes and Designs of the Great Gatsby Movie
The beginning of the movie is gentle, with irregular black and white transitioning to a 3D colored frame, and the process incorporates somber music. The frame has a depth enhancing mood that reflects the Luhrmann's choice of curtains and the light of the pier at Daisy's place. Nick, a patient in the sanitarium, explains the events of the summer of 1922.
There are cultural collisions that synthesize into archival footage, and Luhrmann adds some modern music to reflect Fitzgerald's original love for Jazz music. Nick and Tom were at Yale, and they moved to New York. Nick now stays in West Egg new Tom and Daisy's place and the shadow of Jay Gatsby's home. People flock Gatsby's place where there is expensive liquor, and no one knows who he is because he never reveals himself.
The Drive Behind the Great Gatsby Movie
Although Gatsby comes after half an hour, the shooting of his entrance is unique, and Leonardo DiCaprio smiles, saying that he owns all things. Throughout the movie, the shooting of DiCaprio is glamorous and admirable, displaying his charisma. He becomes friends with Nick because he wants to reunite with Daisy, Tom's wife. After meeting with Daisy, the film focuses on Gatsby's efforts to win back the got-away girl.
Exclusive Portraits in The Great Gatsby Movie
Nick is uncomfortable while on screen and naïve, but ready to judge based on what people do. The excess commentary by Nick is annoying, and it would be best if reduced. Besides, Daisy's friend, Baker, is not visible that much. However, DiCaprio plays his role well with glamor and allure.
The role played by Daisy is hard because the character is essential in creating readers’ ideals. Mulligan displays her love for Gatsby and fear for Tom while Tom fits into being a bully husband, Tom. As Opulence explains the values of production, Martin provides costumes and sets. Cinematography is Simon Dugan's work, and it is his ideas to create a naturalistic aspect that leads to an attractiveness, and the control of emotions.