Sara Ali Khan ( born 12 August 1995) is an Indian actress who works in Hindi movies. A member of the Pataudi household, she is the daughter of actors Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh and the paternal granddaughter of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore. After graduating from Columbia College, Khan ventured into appearing by enjoying the main girl within the 2018 movies Kedarnath and Simmba.
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Superhero movies are perhaps the best expression of the phrase "suspension of disbelief". When you go and watch a movie, you know that what you are watching, even though it is based on a real event, is still a representation of something created to be on a movie screen. It is all smoke and mirrors, with the understanding that 1) the smoke and mirrors can actually be incredibly well made; and 2) the audience, who understands that what they are watching is not true, deliberately delves into the film's universe to bring the story to life.
However, superhero movies take these understandings and turn the wheel to & # 39; 11 & # 39; Not only are you looking at the largest collections of film-making technology ever collected, but you are also in a position where you really have to let yourself think of non-human - superhuman forces, if you will. It's a tall order, but given the astonishing success these films have had over the last twenty years, it should come as no surprise that more films in this genre are on the way.
However, the problem that some parents have with these films lies in the topic and adult situations presented. It is a very real struggle because the nuances of internal pain and worry, and even desire, are not easy to draw on film.
Fortunately, there is a way for parents to be more comfortable with the superhero movie genre if they look beyond the general idea of what a superhero is or means. In other words, stop defining superheroes based on the ones that are most recognizable and constantly present. Some "caped crusaders" are so synonymous with the genre, we think of them as brand names that often become how you refer to an entire product industry.
If you are a parent interested in checking out some superhero movies that everyone in the family can enjoy, you can try these for size:
The Incredibles - This landmark movie for Pixar was significant as it addressed the issues of general family struggle with a large dose of lessons about what it means to be a hero. It's a bit of something for everyone in your family because every family member featured in the movie is about balancing being individual and being part of a group.
Sky High - The superhero genre tends to hide from the idea of being an outsider & how society treats those who are not considered "normal". This offer from Disney gives a high-school back-drop to the mix and thus gives the theme of not belonging to a significant upswing in reality and something we can all relate to.
The Rocketeer - The older of these films, also from Disney, takes us back to a time where Art Deco meets world war meets new scientific discoveries meet love story in this gem of a movie. While some critics think the film was a bit too hokey, the film is a wonderful tribute to the comic books of the early 1900s, which is in line with how important it is for superhero movies to respect their source material.
Superhero movies can be a little rough around the edges because the subject they tackle is heavy. Still, parents should not lose faith that the genre lacks star options for families.