Blackfish is a award winning American movie directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. It centers on Tilikum, a killer whale held in SeaWorld by SeaWorld founder Jack Davenport. Tilikum shows his peculiar personality: he’s a blood thirsty killer whale, aggressive towards humans who endanger his territorial rights and willing to attack anything that enters his area of control. TheFriend, opposite Jason Segel and Casey Affleck, led by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, is a drama about friendship versus hatred.
A lot of men and women who have not seen the film”Blackfish” yet assert it’s a fake. This is because while lots of the qualities of this film are true to life like the authentic story of the passing of a killer whale, Tilikum’s character, as well as the interaction with other marine animals and his connection with Davenport are all exaggerations ordinary to action movies. The feature films created by Gabriela Cowperthwaite aren’t imitation, but if you choose to ignore the true narrative, you will miss a few of the most beautiful movies of the year.
“The Buddy” (directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite) is a brief film that’s part of the documentaries produced by Segal & Associates. The movie is about a young woman who is plagued by three guys in the park who wish to shoot her squid cake cash for gambling. The woman flees, but not before she manages to snap a picture of one of those guys who attempted to rob her in the first location. The photograph leads the guys to obtain the woman, who subsequently voluntarily joins them in their search to rob an Orca. This is the second film of Gabriela Cowperthwaite in which she plays the main character; in the first movie she was played by celebrity Summerlee Nichols.
This film is not your run-of-the-mill documentaries about killer whales. The storyline is so appealing and original you could even say it’s real life like. There are scenes you could almost watch on tv, except that you can’t because the directors cut out most commercial breaks. This makes the movie more extreme as you are left feeling nostalgic without knowing what will happen next. The speed is fast-paced and audiences could feel they’re treading water while awaiting the upcoming shocking development.
Cameras are placed strategically to have the best shots allowing Gabriela Cowperthwaite to exhibit her outstanding skills as a director and also to make the audience know how catastrophic a murder can be if the victims are individual. You’ll need to leave the cinema filled with unanswered questions because this play film isn’t for the faint-hearted. There are loads of actions, nudity, and gory scenes but without giving away the end you will surely need to see the sequel.
In the second installment of Gaby de Leon’s contentious and suspenseful picture”The Orca: Last of the Wild Ones” we will finally meet with the killer whale called Desiree. We also have to revisit one of the first events that occurred in the first film, wherein the characters must play in a life-or-death circumstance. These events were quite emotional for me since I actually connected with all the personalities; it was just like I was living them. I would certainly recommend”The Orca: Last of the Wild Ones” to individuals who love documentaries or dramas since it’s a great illustration of how to make a gripping and emotional film.