Презентация "Films" 9 класс


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Module 2.Stories

Module 2.Stories

  • Unit 6. Films

Key words

  • Actor
  • Actress
  • Character
  • Costumes
  • Dialogues
  • Music
  • Part
  • Photography
  • Plot
  • Scene
  • Situation
  • Special effects

  • Notting Hill
  • Directed by
  • Roger Michell
  • Produced by
  • Duncan Kenworthy
  • Written by
  • Richard Curtis
  • Starring
  • Julia Roberts Hugh Grant Rhys Ifans Emma Chambers Tim McInnerny Gina McKee Hugh Bonneville
  • Music by
  • Trevor Jones
  • Cinematography
  • Michael Coulter
  • Editing by
  • Nick Moore
  • Distributed by
  • MCA-Universal PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
  • Release date(s)
  • May 21, 1999 May 28, 1999
  • Running time
  • 124 min.
  • Language
  • English
  • Budget
  • $42 million
  • Gross revenue
  • $116 million

Cast and characters

  • Julia Roberts as Anna Scott:
  • A world-famous film star. She meets Will whilst filming in Notting Hill, when she comes into his book shop.
  • Hugh Grant as William Thacker:
  • Owner of a travel book shop in Notting Hill, who has recently divorced his wife. He meets Anna Scott when she comes in looking for a book.
  • Rhys Ifans as Spike:
  • Will's strange Welsh flatmate, who dreams of being an artist. He is described by Will as "the stupidest person in the world".
  • Emma Chambers as Honey Thacker:
  • Will's ditzy younger sister, she is a huge fan of Anna Scott.
  • Tim McInnerny as Max:
  • Will's best friend, who Will often stays with. He and Bella host Honey's birthday party.
  • Gina McKee as Bella:
  • Max's wheelchair-bound wife.
  • Hugh Bonneville as Bernie:
  • A failing stockbroker and a friend of Will. He fails to realise who Anna Scott is upon first meeting her.
  • James Dreyfus as Martin:
  • William's assistant at his bookshop.
  • Richard McCabe as Tony:
  • A failing restaurateur, whose restaurant the group often attend.
  • Dylan Moran as Rufus:
  • A thief who attempts to steal from Will's bookshop. Despite being caught on the CCTV, he professes his innocence and conceals the stolen book in his underpants.

The picture House 15 Broad Street, Telford

  • (1)________to July 30
  •  
  • Films
  • Screen 1: Notting Hill 12.30, 15.30,
  • (2)_______, 21.20
  • Screen 2: The Mummy 16.00, 19.00
  • (3)________
  • Screen 3: Mulan 11.30, (4)______,
  • 16.00, 18.30
  •  
  • Prices
  • (5)___________
  • Late show: (6) _______
  • Students/Old Age Pensioners: (7) ___
  •  
  • Film information
  • Notting Hill: Romantic comedy. (8)________
  • By Roger Michell. (9) __________ Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.
  • Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) is a world- famous (10) ________.
  • She meets and falls in love with William Thacker (Hugh Grant),
  • the shy owner of a bookshop in London. 

Writing and speaking

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  • Choose a film you have seen recently. Use the questions cues to write notes.
  •  
  • What film/ seen recently. Film:"Notting Hill“ (a romantic comedy)
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  • What/ about? ( a film star who meets a shy Englishmen)
  •  
  • Who in it? (Julia Roberts- brilliant, Hugh Grant- not very good), Rhys Ifans- very funny)
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  • What/ you think of it? (situation- funny, dialogues- excellent, music- very good)
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  • What/ not so good?( plot- bit weak, Hugh Grant- the same part)
  •  
  • What/ the best scene?
  •  
  •  

Function File

  • Listen to the dialogue again and complete
  • the with these word
  • Ехрressing opinions about films
  • What did you do about films?
  • I thought it was absolutely(1)--------------
  • It was(2)-------------funny. I suppose, but
  • it was nothing(3)--------
  • My(4)--------- character was the flatmate.
  • The dialogue was very(5)-------------------.
  • That's(6)-----.But the plot was a bit(7)-------.
  • That's not(8)-----------. The sutuation
  • was very(9)------------.
  • For me, Julia Roberts was absolutely
  • (10)-----------in the film.
  • She's an(11)-------actress, isn't she?
  • But Hugh Grant always play the same(12)-------.
  • Oh come on!
  • Well, I (13)------- he was guite good in
  • the interview scene.
  • So, what (14)------- did you like best?
  • I really(15)---------- the dinner scene.
  • It was(16)------------funny.
  • Vocabulary: Modifiers
  • a.amasing
  • b. loved
  • c. true
  • d. brilliant
  • e. the point
  • f. fantastic
  • g.so
  • h.funny
  • i.part
  • j.scene
  • k.silly
  • m. special
  • n. favourite
  • o.clever
  • p.thought
  • q.guite

Which of these words emhasise adjective which reduce their effects?

  •  not very, quite, very, a bit, really, incredibly, rather
  •   
  • Emphasis adjective:
  • Reduce adjective:

Work in pairs. Choose a film that your have both seen recently. Use the key words fand expressions from this lesson to discuss them.

  •  Example:
  • A:I thought the plot was really exciting. What about you?
  •  
  • B:Well, it was quite a good story. But in my opinions the special effects were brilliant.
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  • A:Thats true. And the music was really good, too....

Use expressions from the Function File, and Exercise 6 to write your opinions about films and film stars.

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  • Example:
  • I think "Romeo and Juliet“ is really fantastic. For me Leonado Dicaprio is absolutely brilliant actor.