Ender’s Game

Ender’s Game

Director: Gavin Hood
Writers: Gavin Hood and Orson Card

Actors: Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfield, Abigail Breslin, Ben Kingsley and Viola Davis


When it came down to visual effect, lighting and other elements of a film, I believe that the Ender’s Game is one of the top movies out there in the year 2013. The movie was created to showcase a futuristic scene where in today’s technology would not compare. Not only did the movie have top-notch director but also award winning directors. The movie is about how the military force is training the smartest and brightest kids in the world to create a perfect soldier. A soldier who excels in tactics and lead an entire military force. The reason being why this happen is because of an alien invasion from a race called Formics. In order for humanity to survive the next wave of deadly invasion the armed forces needed to be ready.


The reason why I chose this movie is because of the unbelievable effects and editing that was done to create the scene. Watching the trailer alone gives us a glimpse and excitement of how the movie will be.

In regards to the lighting, different aspect of lighting had to be use in order to create the vast array of scene that was shot on this film. There are times where lighting is low and high and sometimes it goes different dimensional to create effects that fascinate the audience.




The trailer gave so many effects that contributed the theme. The theme allowed the lighting to amplify the scene from a regular to a astonishing shot. The effect of lighting on the movie is so important because it creates images and sometimes amplifies effect to the audience. With better lighting variety of shot can be created to make the movie ever catchy.



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