The term, movies, refers to any one of a large range of motion pictures that entertain and/or inform the audience. A movie, also known as a video, moving picture or short film, is an artistic work of visual art, often made up of scenes or props, used to simulate encounters which convey messages, emotions, impressions, beauty, or ambiance. Most of the movies we watch today have been produced on a home computer, either by the owner of the copyright to the work or via rental. The creation of a movie often requires complex and expensive equipment. However, the basic equipment required to make a movie is relatively inexpensive. Most equipment used in the movie industry is affordable and easy to operate.
Some of the most popular motion pictures are dramas and comedies. Both feature characters telling stories and doing the things they do in their day-to-day lives. Dramas, which usually consist of a single story, may be acted out as a mini play, with different actors portraying different characters. comedies, which are stories of love and relationships, are often comedy movies.
Action movies are fast paced, usually with multiple plotlines and various types of violence and mayhem. Most action movies are set in places that have changed dramatically since the last film was made, such as the future. Action movies often tell stories about a war or an exotic locale. Many action movies tell multiple stories within a single plotline. These are called multi-plot fictions. Action movies often have a protagonist, an antagonist, and a number of other supporting characters.
Psychological thrillers are suspenseful movies that typically are about a murder mystery. The detective that solves the crime must piece together the clues and solve the crime through a series of events. Psychological thrillers have been the subject of many movies, both fictional and non-fictional, such as James Bond. These movies often tell stories of great untold secrets and use a variety of techniques to create tension and build the suspense.
Movies targeted at children are called cartoons. Cartoons are all about people, animals, and other objects that pass by on a daily basis. When children come home for the holidays, they will often watch a number of different cartoons to see what their favorite character looks like on the screen. Some of the most popular cartoon characters include: Garfield, Peanuts, and Disney’s Sesame Street. There is another branch of the animated film industry that makes movies targeted at the under-aged. This branch is known as the teen animated film.
Studio films dominate the American motion picture industry. All major studios produce tons of financially successful movies, but there are also independent films produced by highly talented people involved in the film industry. Many of the independent films that compete with the studio films do not have Hollywood connections. Many of the people involved in making these films have found careers working on and behind the camera in Hollywood. These independent films are often targeted towards an audience that would rather see a low budget movie than an expensive Hollywood production.