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Introduction Hi hello how you doing Before telling you what my favorite movie is let me mention a few elements that I think any good movie should have Story or the script is in my opinion the most important part of any movie this is where any moviemaking process begins story is what a director has to work with in order to apply his creative artistic mind and create something spectacular Dialogue comes from the story and just like in real life sometimes words can influence more than anything else Next the director The way he visualizes the story is very important because his view of the story should be accessible to the understanding of as many people as possible And the cast They are the people the audiences appreciate if the movie is good and they are the people who the audiences blame if the movie is a disappointment Actors lead the movie onscreen and usually have nothing to do with it off screen Body So having said that my favorite movie is Scarface written by Oliver Stone and directed by Brian DePalma The film is about a Cuban refugee who comes to America to live his dreams He builds a drug empire and lives on top of the world for sometime until one day his empire crumbles and he goes down with it The film portrays events that are distant for most people lots of drugs and violence and at the same time the movie explores the themes of everyday life the themes of friendship betrayal love honor and insanity And of course the dialogue is unforgettable Phrases like Say goodnight to the bad guy Say hello to my little friend and many others are remembered to this day One of the main reasons why I consider this movie to be great is because neither the director nor the writer judged the characters of the movie especially
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