How audiences respond- Film case Studies

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  • Created on: 02-05-18 09:46

1. Why would an older audience without children have a positive response to "Paddington 2"

  • There are no negatives in the film.
  • Because Paddington has been around for years and it may bring back memories for them.
  • Because its a happy film.
  • Because the character is a CGI talking bear.
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2. Which theory relates to an audience response being influenced by opinion leaders?

  • Male Gaze Theory
  • Two Step Flow
  • Uses and Gratifications
  • Reception Theory

3. How did Henry Jenkins define digital texts?

  • Spreadable and Shareable
  • Complex and Sophisticated
  • Informative and Educational
  • Cultural and Social

4. What factor from "Spiderman: Homecoming" is most likely to be mimicked by a younger audience?

  • Sexual Innuendos
  • Fantasy Violence
  • Strong Language
  • Becoming a vigilante

5. Why would an audience react negatively to "Hunt for the Wilderpeople"s violence compared to "Spidermans"?

  • Spidermans Violence is harder to do in real life.
  • Because the violence shown is more realistic and people end up being shown hurt or injured.
  • Because its not CGI violence.
  • There are no clear heroes in "Hunt for the WIlderpeople".


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