Biggest Film Of The Year? “The Rise Of Skywalker,” Of Course

With famous movies that millions of people have watched, Star Wars series will always be on the list. You don’t have to deny that the crowd is hooked up this movie series that they don’t want to muss watching a single part of it in the big screen. You will even see a long line of people in cinemas who can stand for hours just for them to witness the movie. Watching the trailer of the movie already gives you an idea why you should watch it.

Is The Latest Chapter of Star Wars a Box Office

Watching a movie series gives you an opportunity to decide what chapter is the better. There are times that you feel not satisfied with the latest part compared to its previous part. In the case of Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, despite the negative comments about the movie, you still can’t deny that it is a blockbuster. In fact, it is considered to be the third highest film of Star Wars behind The Last Jedi and the Force Awakens. It doesn’t mean that a movie is already a failure if not everyone were satisfied with the flow of the story. Everyone has its point of view. Sometimes, you just have to understand what the author would want to point out for you to appreciate it.

Viewers definitely want things to happen the way they expect to. Yet, twists in the movies will always be there not to disappoint the viewers but for them to understand further. As of February 2020, the movie had earned $1.059 billion worldwide. In the 92nd Academy Awards the movie acquired three nominations which are the Best Sound Editing, Best Visual Effects, and Best original Score. Three nominations were also made for the 73rd British Academy Film Awards that include Best Sound, Best original Music, and Best Special Visual Effects.

Star Wars fans surely have watched the Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker for them to see their favorite characters and also to know what is going to happen in the end. Reviews tell that the last part of the series lack imagination which is the reason why negative feedbacks are widespread in the internet. However, the dedication of the creator to offer the viewers with a great movie is something that deserves respect. Besides, it is still a high grossing film and a part of the Star Wars series that you have loved.


How Realistic Was The Show “Silicon Valley?”

There are lots of shows going on in HBO and one of them the Silicon Valley, an American comedy TV series on HBO. It’s about five engineers who wanted to start their own company in the prestigious Valley.

How did it all begin?

It started with a guy named Richard, who created the app called the Pied Piper. He is a programmer who wanted to create his own company by getting investors for his app. He teams up with other programmers who themselves are struggling to find their place in the valley.

Does the show portray the real things going on in Silicon Valley?

First of all, Silicon Valley is real. Its located in the southern part of San Francisco California, it’s a place where all the high tech stuff is going on. Technologies like laser equipment, medical instruments, robotics and fibre optics and more can be found this place. In other words, the site is real. Therefore, there’s no question if it’s just a fictional place or not. But the question is, was the show realistic in all its content? Do they convey what really is going on in Silicon Valley?

It’s a comedy show, not a sitcom

First of all, let’s establish the fact that this is a comedy show. Some said it’s a comedy sitcom, but it’s not. Sitcoms are situational and could be real because people react on the situation they are placed into and the funny stuffs starts bursting up. However, in the comedy TV show, it’s more character-driven. The character portrays a comedic personality and brings that character all throughout the show or the series.

So when we say it’s a comedy, things had been ridiculous, make-believe, or made up to make something funny. You can set up an all funny scene in real life; things just came out suddenly amusing due to a particular circumstance. Because it’s a show, there are writers, scriptwriters, and editors that manipulate the scene to make it look the way they want it.

So there you have it. It’s not entirely realistic since it’s a TV and comedy show. They have to intentionally exaggerate and make things ridiculous to get the things they want their audience to see.

Real engineers who have watched the show, made their reviews that some part are absolutely true, but there are other pieces of information in the show that is not the actual thing that is happening in reality. So we can say it’s part real and part just for comedy’s sake.