The film that I chose to do my report on is Jerry Maguire. The basic style of music in this movie varies. There are some scenes in the movie that plays rap music in the background. The styles of music differs from scene-to scene. For example, at one point in the movie Jerry is in his car changing the radio stations and some of the styles included rock, vocal, and country. It effected the mood because Jerry was in a very happy mood and all his problems went away, he was singing as loud as he could to get his excitement out.
The source of musical sound was both vocal and electric. An example of electric was that he heard the songs off the radio and the vocal was that his client was singing and playing his guitar. The music is primarily both background and source. In some parts of the movie they have background music to set the mood and on the other hand, there is source music whereas someone would hear it on the radio or make their own music. For background music, at the beginning, it is playing softly to set that mood, or atmosphere. An example of source music was when Jerrys client and him were talking and he was singing and playing the guitar.
Another on-screen is Jerry is listening to the radio in his car and Most of the music in this movie was established to build the mood of the scenes. Without the music there would be no basic mood or feeling of what is going on. The music doesnt really give the film continuity. I thought that the music established the characters and what their personality is. For example, when Jerrys client was on the phone he was listening to rap and dancing and screaming all around the house. That tells what his character is. I think that the music is appropriate for the film. The music fits in with the scenes of the movie.
Movie Review of Jerry Maguire If you want to take a break from the frigid air of a Montreal winter, go to see Jerry Maguire; it will be sure to warm your heart. If you " re like me, you " re a little tired of going to see big name stars in overly hyped, big time busts. Combine that with the fact that sports movies are rarely impressive, (Necessary Roughness? ! ? The Program? ! ? ) and I have to ...
If there were no music in the film I dont think there would be any real feeling. If the mood of one part of the film was all serious and quiet then there would be sad and low-key music and that goes along with what is happening and sets the mood. If there were sad music in a thrilling and exciting scene then it would ruin the whole mood of what is going on and happening to the characters. In conclusion, without the music in the film, it would have no feeling and would be really boring to