We still see a lot of movies and love them very much, but there are some missing elements that we would like to see added or fixed, such as: the acting, the choice of actors, the music, the decoration, the photography and other components of the film industry, so the film will become much more beautiful.
In this list, we go over a group of Egyptian films that we want to replicate again because they deserve better opportunities.
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The pleasure market
The movie “The Pleasure Market” was produced in 2000, directed by Samir Seif, written and produced by Wahid Hamed.
The story tells the story of a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 20 years, and upon his release he is compensated for those who imprisoned him with the amount of 6 million pounds, but he cannot find life. Makes him think of revenge.
The story is really great, because writer Wahid Hamed is one of the most important screenwriters in Egypt and the Arab world. It reminded us of a part of Brooks’ story from the movie “Exodus from Shawshank” by Frank Darbont and writer Stephen King. The main roles in the film went to Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Elham Shaheen and Farouk El-Fishawy.إقرأ أيضا:Targeted group games for children
But where is the problem?
Despite the presence of all the elements of success in this film, such as the presence of names such as: Samir Saif, Wahid Hamed and Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, it appeared in a bad copy; Although it was produced in the year 2000, we feel that it was produced in the 70s, with a great poor in the colors of the image and the sound too, and the weakness of the actors in the roles. secondary that went to completely overwhelmed actors such as (Ibrahim Saleh – Laura).
The plot was weak, the justifications dramatic and the reactions of the actors too. All this meant that the film did not achieve the expected success. The movie can be boiled down that every part is very good, but when the whole movie was put together it got twisted into a lot of things.
It is an Egyptian horror film produced in 1981, directed and written by director with very few works, Mohamed Shebel, who is a film student in New York and then came to Egypt influenced by Hollywood horror films and tried to apply it in Egypt. His story arose from the idea of a vampire and that we can see him in our world realistically, represented by anyone who wants to absorb the blood of poverty, and the blood here is only meant for the ‘silver!إقرأ أيضا:مشروع قانون الاحوال الشخصية الجديد
Despite the simplicity and frankness of the idea, it was a new experience in Egyptian cinema, but the biggest problem came with implementing the idea, when Cub hired artist Ahmed Adawiya and artist. Ali El Hajjar to play the main roles, which led to serious weakness in the game, in addition to the comedic scenes. ; Which made it worthy of being classified as a comedy film. But this idea can be rewritten to present its symbolism in a more professional way.
A 1975 film produced by Saeed Marzouq, written by the great writer Naguib Mahfouz, and the screenplay was written by Mamdouh Al-Laithi To show us one of the strongest films of the 70s that criticizes the society and politics of opening led by President Sadat.
And the film shows the ugly face of a society completely steeped in lust and succumbing to all that is immoral. Of course, the film has the same issues as the 1970s films, namely poor sound and picture quality, but director Saeed Marzouq’s interest in hot scenes at the expense of the dramatic lens made lower the rating of the film to a lesser extent, and there are also major issues in the cutting of the film and the music, all of which greatly affected the quality of the film. .إقرأ أيضا:Discussion topics with girls, the best questions the girl likes
the land of fear
A film produced in 2000 written and directed by Dawood Abdel Sayed … and it is one of the most important Egyptian films ever … where Abdel Sayed excelled in script and dialogue, as well as in directing, in more of the genius performance of the artist Ahmed Zaki, who knew how to embody the suffering and confusion of man in his search for himself. And the search for the truth, in addition to the touches of another creator, composer Rajeh Daoud, so that we have a great movie, but where is the problem?
The biggest problem was with the audio version of the film; He came very poor, so there is great pain in hearing many clips from the film. And sometimes the music becomes much louder than the voice of the actors; Which made it boring to many.
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A film produced in 2002, directed by Mohamed Kamel Al-Qalioubi, based on the novel by Muhammad Al-Basati (Ibn Mutt), and the screenplay and dialogue written by Alaa Azzam, with the artist Hisham Abdel Hamid.
Qalioubi was able to embody the story of revenge with a human touch, and we merged with her in the depths of Upper Egypt. It embodied all the details of the human tragedy, but the script was incomprehensible and the cut also had a lot of flaws. In addition to the odd patterns and reactions. As few events of the film have been explained, the film has remained shrouded in a great state of mystery. As a result, the film did not achieve fame and success.
The secret of the cover-up cap
A film produced in 1959, directed by Niazi Mustafa, and written by Niazi Mustafa, with Abdel-Hay Adeeb.
Abdel Moneim Ibrahim and Tawfiq Al-Daqn Championship. Of course, we all know this movie by heart, and it’s one of the most famous comedy movies. In addition, this film is considered to be one of the very few sci-fi films in Egyptian cinema. I think if the film was brought back with bigger and newer capabilities, and using the technology currently available, we would have a really good job.
(Between Kasserine – Qasr Al Shoq – Al Sukkariya)
Of course, this is one of the most important novels by international writer Naguib Mahfouz, and it has been converted into three films directed by Hassan Al-Imam.
And he played in a group of the most important artists of the time, led by the artist (Yahya Shaheen).
But the director couldn’t embody the many interesting details and events that were in the novels. So the movies left us missing a lot of things in dramatic detail. The biggest problem for anyone who went to see the movie after reading the novel was the feeling that he was facing a warped work that had nothing to do with the original work.