Fan dissecting films are very interesting. I liked how he showed each location with split screen. The top showed how it looked in the actual movie, and the bottom showed what the locations look like in the present. Even though fan dissecting is interesting, I’m not really a big fan of them. They’re cool, but I rather see the actual movie. At the special features section in DVDs sometimes I’m interesting in seeing certain things, but a fan dissecting is not one of them. An example, is a director narrating or how certain great scenes are made. For the Bourne Ultimatum I saw how one of the fight scenes were made and that was very entertaining.
The use of animation in movies is one of the greatest accomplishments in the entertainment industry. It opened up many lanes for artists to jump into the movie industry. Animation also spoke and included another audience into film viewing. That audience is known as children, most of the movies made beforehand are more aimed towards adults. The special effects in Citizen Kane are top-notch. The use of the deep focus shot to focus in on the picture so it could turn into moving objects was great. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was the catalyst for many amazing animated movies that followed. Hercules, Aladdin, the Lion King, Nightmare Before Christmas, Toy Story, and many more. Even though Japan had animation in 1907, this was the first major animation movie that setup many more.