Dramatic RomanceBLOOD AND HONEY
Based in Sarajevo, with the Bosnian War in the background, “In the Land Of Blood and Honey” is the love story of Ajla Ecmecik, a single mother and Danijel Yokojevic, a police officer. From the time they meet, till the end – it is a tale of twists and turns, fuelled by numerous misunderstandings and assumptions which are dampeners to their budding romance. Will their love survive, with the war showing its ugly teeth?
“In the land of Blood and Honey” is a stunning story and the portrayal of the evils of war and the effect it has on innocent people completely resonates with you. The numerous emotions that pour out from each character on screen are indeed overwhelming. The actors have sunk into their characters and nailed it with their astounding performances. Indeed a must watch!Charity D. Craft
This film would be nothing without the sweat and blood of the cast and crew. The tremendous efforts put in to bring out the genuine emotion of the story has made the film successful worldwide. And with the best team players in hand, the game is half won, isn’t it?
Hollywood is always known to have spent so much for their films than NASA for their missions to outer space expeditions than, that is the standard of quality they have set and the kind of quality they give out to their audience here are the top ten movies that have spent much in the process of giving out the best of the content to their audience and giving them a new experience to take back along with them.
7) Titanic-200 million USD.
This one of the best movies ever made by the famed director James Cameron those with the technology being so very minimalistic they had to come with various ways to shot a really good movie with eye-catching a visuals .It is said that the ship was build and drowned just to capture certain shots and give the feeling of reality to the audience, and some of the expensive furnishings seen on the screen were really made, and they could not go for multiple shots, as it would go to insurmountable heights of money that has to be poured in, they not only spent towards to production of the movie they also spent much on marketing the movie thus it make a huge box office returns . the total cost of the film, on the whole, was 200 million USD.
6) King Kong – 207 million USD.
This amazing director one of Hollywood best ‘Peter Jackson’ is known to be one of the most innovative directors in the movie-making industry he is known to have created software just to make a movie, In this movie it is known that most of the production cost was spent on the computer-generated chimpanzee which is what makes it look so real and so very real thus many people really thinking that this kind of creature is in existence, but on the brighter side this movie made more than the double of what was invested in it making a whopping 550 million USD becoming one of the highest earning movies for the universal pictures .
5) Avatar -237 million USD
As always known for going above and beyond in giving the viewer the best experience that he can get out of the movie, this is what Mr. James Cameron accomplished in this movie by creating cutting edge 3D graphics for this movie and also not to mention the creation of a new language for this movie.
4) Tangled-292 million USD
This is one of the most expensive movies to have ever been made in the genre of animation this was mainly due to the creation new techniques which were involved during the duration of the making of the movie.
3) Justice league-300 million USD
This movie was made in order to get even with the marvel production house and cross them in their money made at the box office, but unfortunately, they were not able to do so as they made 656 million but had to make 750 million USD.
2) Spiderman 3 – 305 million USD
This was one of the best movies ever to have been made by the Marvel movies the trilogy had stope due to the negative comment was given by the viewers, but it again came out as the amazing spiderman a few years later and did well at the box office .
1) Cleopatra -350 million USD
This was one of the costliest movies ever made during the recession. It was said that during the making of this movie 20th fox century had a large fleet of boats capable of making it the third largest navy, but even with all this it still failed to make a mark in the box office .
Among many great names in acting and directing, you will find some listed in both categories. The stars you know from some of the biggest roles in film history have broken out and placed themselves behind the camera, directing some of the best films of all-time, or at least of their time.
1 – Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
While many know this film for the amazing performance of Oscar-winning Sam Rockwell, this bio-pic was directed by the E.R. doc himself, George Clooney. Incorporating his own experience with that of some of his directorial heroes, Clooney makes a film whose camerawork and production design create one heck of a ride.
2 – Garden State
Zach Braff stepped behind the camera I the middle of his Scrubs fame to write and direct Garden State. The film captured everything that was hip in its time, while accompanying the unique story with an even trendier soundtrack.
3 – Away from Her
If you watched movies in the 90’s, you definitely saw Sarah Polley somewhere on-screen. In 2006, she stepped behind the camera to make Away from Her, a tragic tale of love forgotten and the reality of Alzheimer’s. The film won multiple awards and set her on a path of directorial success.
4 – Play Misty for Me
Clint Eastwood has moved back and forth between actor and director so many times, he may have whiplash, but his directorial debut, following his Dirty Harry days, is nothing short of amazing. It tackles mental illness and captures a time that you cannot forget after viewing this masterpiece.
5 – Don Jon
Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes his directorial debut with this unique story of lea4rning what love is while facing a potential sex-addiction. Starring as well, his work got him nominated for many awards and was the buzz of Sundance.
6 – Gone Baby Gone
Widely anticipated from its popular book by the same name, this film did not disappoint. The reason behind the huge success was the directorial choices of famed heart-throb, Ben Affleck, who both directed and starred in the film.
7 – The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
Tommy Lee Jones took his sweet time acting for decades before stepping behind the camera to make this work of art. Often over-looked due to its poor box office release, critics everywhere hail the film as absolutely amazing and necessary to watch.
8 – I’m Still Here
In an homage to the late Andy Kaufman, Casey Affleck made his directorial debut just like his brother, in 2010 with this documentary-style film about Joaquin Phoenix essentially breaking down. All of the real-life moments had been staged for a period of nearly two years to put together the project.
9 – That Thing You Do
Capturing the fun times and real drama of a classic doo-wop group, Tom Hanks made his directorial debut with the 90’s classic That Thing You Do. Afterwards, he went back in front of the camera until 2011 when he made Larry Crowne.
10 – Throw Momma from the Train
Danny Devito directs this classic dark comedy that is beloved by film buffs everywhere. Alongside Billy Crystal, this near-parody of Strangers on a Train is great!