Pirates of the Caribbean tells the Future of Cinema
This Pirates of the Caribbean film is a kind of attraction, like a Disney attraction facility of the same name, rather than a pure film that audiences just sit there to see. The tag line is simple enough that Captain Jack Sparrow is seeking the trident of Poseidon to get rid of UK navy ghosts, which are led by Captain Salazar who, as perfectly performed by the remarkable actor Javier Bardem (he is well known as antagonist Anton Chigurh in No Country for Old Men).
The most memorable sequence in the entire film is the last undersea sequence in which the IMAX screen can fully express its large vertical actions in 4D. That is the most remarkable and holistic cinematic experience during viewing and sensing of this film. It is very close to the next development phase of the film. I believe film can be a 4D attraction, but the limitation still is its structure of traditional theaters. Cinema and Amusement Park are in more harsh competition in the 21st century. In the future, theaters will be more like Amusement Park! At present, 4D is limited within the traditional theater structure... It needs transformation of theaters! Demonstration with film screening, night market with film screening, temple festival with film screening still belong to the traditional 2D era.
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