The Humans Make And Watch Movies
A movie is a reenactment of a series of events which tell a story which happened in the past, is happening now, or may happen sometime in the future. The story may have a sad, tragic, joyful or happy ending.
The movie often consists of one or more than one “star” who is the main character being persecuted by an enemy or enemies. The star is often seen as a force for good and someone with such a good nature that he or she refuses to retaliate until pushed to the limit.
To make movies, the humans use sophisticated cameras, stuntmen, photo-manipulating software and makeup. The humans may recreate a story of a past president for example, and hire a makeup artist to change the appearance of the actor to bear a striking resemblance to the past president.
Some movies tell stories where the main characters face problems in their romances, and go to extreme lengths to resolve these problems. In these cases, the movie is categorized as a “romance” film. The humans also make “action films” which often depict stories of physical conflict with a terrorist or stories of war. Horror movies tell stories of the paranormal such as ghosts and zombies and their interactions with humans.
Making of movies often cost a lot of money but the sale of movie tickets make much more than the cost. The making and selling of movies among humans is seen as a profitable industry which provides many careers for the humans, while the watching of movies brings joy and excitement to the lives of the humans.