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The bread-and-butter of the film industry is the action movie Each summer audiences can expect to see car chases gunfights and explosions and studios can expect to see millions and millions of dollars in return Though most viewers and critics see these movies as fluff entertainment and rightfully so there is one director that puts as much heart and soul into his fluff as any number of talented directors put into their serious movies His name is John Woo Even though you may not have heard about him he is widely considered to be the best contemporary director of action films working anywhere John Woo after many years of hard work has become known as the worlds best action film director His action sequences have become the stuff of legend and are now the basis from which all other action movies are judged More importantly along with the bloodshed Woo has proven that he can create real characters with real emotions that the audience can sympathize with Perhaps that is his greatest talent and perhaps that is why he will become known as one of the greatest directors in the years to come John Woos style is definitely fast paced an exciting Mostly throughout all of his movies his themes are good against evil It is always the case of a standoff between the good guy and the bad guy in their last battle always to the death Woos would often use montages to make time go faster as in FaceOff when the swat team breaks into the house and where Castor Troy kills the men that he once commanded Most of the movie is very dark as the subject matter is Nicholas Cage is all alone in the movie but on the other hand in The Big Hit it has a funny theme to it as often there were parts where one might laugh Woo also uses special effects well He combines montages
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