Apollo 13, describing the event of the NASA astronauts’ moon landing and the rescue mission for the life of the astronauts, was an entertaining movie which gave a thrilling adventure to the audience. The conversion of the event into a cinematic language involves the study and the interview with the astronauts who were part of the mission and then converting their thoughts, their interactions into a more entertaining one on screen, and displaying the best thrilling and entertaining mixture of the movie (Hasson, 2009). The conversion was from the event into an elaborated cinematic language which consisted of detailed plan of action, plan of the sequential interaction with some addition of humour to make it more enlightening at times for the audience. The effect of such a conversion is about the inspiring stories of bravery and how the sons of their own sand had triumphed over the moon landing event and made victory their associate (LaSalle, 2012). The impact made more people change their decisions about life and young men built and captured ne dreams of becoming astronauts and becoming space scientists, etc. These impacts are not simple as it has the potential to build some phenomenal decisions about life and the people who take these new decisions provide a new paradigm to the future generations.
Milk was a wonderful conversion of a gay rights activist winning the California elections for the first time and how the whole perception about the gay rights changed very fast which eventually had its rise on a gradual level and not immediately. The movie transformed the event into a fine cinematic language and movie which was being enjoyed by the audience and they were impacted in the way the developed a new respect for the class. The entire perception about the community of gays changed with the cinematic transformation of the event of Harvey Milk who actually won the local elections (Schechter and Everitt, 2000). Had the movie not being made, the impact would have been less intense as movies of the historical events are planned interactions and strategy and not a spontaneous show as the real life itself (Rothman and Davis, 2002), hence the cinema of the event is more elaborated, mixed with the additional entertainment for the audience and make the character into mega stars and give them more power through the medium of such a cinematic transformation.