Film Production – Action Films

In this post, I will be writing about action films and its history and show it films

The History of Action Films –

During the 1920s and 1930s, Action-cased films were mostly characterised by sword fighting and hero characters. The Great Train Robbery was the first action film in those years.

During the 1970s, dirty agents stories and civil crime drama begun to lead and break themselves with the recent action approach, advertising police films. For example;

  • Bullitt ( 1968)
  • The French Connection (1971)
  • The Seven-Ups (1973)
  • Messy Harry (1971)

In numerous nations, restrictions on dialect, grown-up substance, and brutality had been calmer, and these parts turned out to be more extensive.

During the 1990s, Action films were beginning to spoof themselves and with the increasing revolution in computer-generated imagery, this present reality setting started to offer an approach to progressively fabulous situations. This new era of action films had the budget increased unlike any in the past events of motion images. The accomplishment of the numerous Dirty Harry and James Bond spin-offs had demonstrated that a solitary effective action film could efficient proceed with action creation.

Therefore, the 1980s and 1990s saw an ascent in both spending plans and many endings a film could for the most part have. This prompted an expanding number of producers to make new innovations that would permit them to beat the opposition and take gatherings of people to new heights. The achievements of Tim Burton’s Batman (1989) led to a increased financially successful sequels. Inside a solitary decade demonstrated the practicality of a novel subgenre of action film: the comic-book movie.

In 2000’s, the actions films were structured around action sequences, most were hand-to-hand shooting.

In 2010’s, the action films used science fiction and superheroes.

Action Films Directors –

Micheal Bay – Transformers Film (2007)

John McTiernan – Die Hard (1988)

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Peter Jackson – The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

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Andy Wachowski – The Matrix (1999)

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George Lucas – Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)

Stephen Hopkins – Predator 2 (1990)

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Ang Lee – Life of Pi (2012)

Newt Arnold – The Godfather: Part II (1974)

The Godfather: Part II (1974) Poster

Rob Cohen – The Fast and the Furious (2001)

Chuck Russell – The Mask (1994)

The Mask (1994) Poster

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