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An Analysis of Othello a Play by Shakespeare (699 words, 1 pages)
The two film depictions of Shakespeare's play Othello present us with another dimension of the text. Of the two however, the newer 1995 version by Oliver parker is a much better interpretation of the original text. Even though a little over half of the original text has been cut out ... Read More
Representations of Teachers in Film (1982 words, 4 pages)
A) The film Kindergarten Cop (1990) is a movie directed by Ivan Reitman, written by Murray Salem and starred by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Penelope Ann Miller and Pamela Reed. The movie was filmed in Astoria, Oregon, United States and some scenes were recorded in a school named John Jacob Astor Elementary ... Read More
India’s History, Culture and Development (1089 words, 4 pages)
India is a has a place like no other. At one part of the land is a huge dry desert and at another part is one of the biggest mountain ranges in the world. Not only does it have a unique geography but it also has a unique history and ... Read More
A Review of Nosferatu, a Film by F. W. Murnau (1588 words, 5 pages)
The purpose of this essay is to examine the 1922 classic horror filmNosferatu A Symphony of Horror based upon its depiction of particularlyprevalent themes that have been discussed in class, such as gender rolesand the concept of sexuality. Over the course of the history of moderncinema, such constructs as gender ... Read More
A Review of Don’t Breathe, a Film by Fede Alvarez (819 words, 3 pages)
Dont Breathe is a 2016 American horror film written by Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues, which is also directed also by Fede Alvarez. The film was released in theatres on August 25, 2016. I chose this particular film because Ive always had a keen interest in horror films. My expectations ... Read More
The Stereotypes of Italian People and the Professionalism of the Film Crew in The Conformist, a Movie by Bernardo Bertolucci (531 words, 2 pages)
Every country around the world experienced various unique histories. Italy is not an exception in that statement. The Italian people have seen many changes before and after the world wars. Many governmental changes occurred in the political system of the country, causing a level of desperation to evolve. Furthermore, artistic ... Read More
The Ethical and Critical Perspective on the Movie Cast Away (1454 words, 5 pages)
The personal perspective deals with an emotional, subjective opinion such as what do I think of the picture. It's the first response or first thought that crosses your mind on viewing the movie or film. It has personal bias and prejudices. The historical perspective helps to determine the importance of ... Read More
A Critical Perspective of the Movie, Castaway (1454 words, 4 pages)
The personal perspective deals with an emotional, subjective opinion such as what do I think of the picture. It's the first response or first thought that crosses your mind on viewing the movie or film. It has personal bias and prejudices. The historical perspective helps to determine the importance of ... Read More
A Personal Review of the Movie The Birth of a Nation (651 words, 3 pages)
The Birth of a Nation Movie ReviewFilms that depict violence against African Americans during the years of slavery have become very popular over the last five years. The popularity of theses film come from the constant brutality from the police and school shootings. As a viewer, of the previous historical ... Read More
The Difference Between Entertaining Movies and Artistic Films: The Player and The Bicycle Thief (547 words, 1 pages)
Don't Hate The Player, Hate the Game In the entertainment industry (movies) we've accepted happy endingafter happy ending. Hollywood continually spits out dozens of movies withthe same concept the audience returns time and time again to view thesecarbon-copy moving pictures. The Player introduces a film, the artisticversion of movies, which ... Read More
A Comparison between the Agendas and Challenges of the Hollywood Film Industry and the Independent Film Industry (487 words, 2 pages)
Story TellingModern culture incorporate movies to entertain, teach, and provoke its audience. What the audience takes away from the movie is ultimately up to them, but it is there to guide the viewers towards certain directions. Some movies utilize fantasy and pure entertainment while others focuses more on life, grounding ... Read More
Uniqueness of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet through the Production Design and Vision of the Directors Baz Luhrmann’s Film, and Franco Zeffirelli’s Film (647 words, 3 pages)
A Unique ComparisonShakespeares Romeo and Juliet has been made into a variety of different movies however each individual reproduction is similar and different in many ways. In the case of both Baz Luhrmanns film, and Franco Zeffirellis film, there are two elements prove that this is true. Luhrmanns film is ... Read More
The Elements of Film in To Kill a Mockingbird, a Movie by Robert Mulligan (925 words, 3 pages)
Elements of FilmTo Kill a Mockingbird is not only an award-winning novel, but was also made into a great movie. The movie, To Kill a Mockingbird, uses a great mixture of film elements, which creates many different feelings and thoughts throughout the movie. Using film elements in movies creates an ... Read More
An Analysis of the Actors and Setting of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, a Movie by Chris Columbus (1659 words, 7 pages)
Harry Potter and The Sorcerers StoneWhile each movie introduced into society brings a new sense of reality, Harry Potter and The Sorcerers Stone written by J. K. Rowling and directed by Chris Columbus brought a whole new world into the lives of millions. Not only did the book seem to ... Read More
A Comparison between Disney’s Movie Beauty and the Beast and Angela Carter’s Short Story The Tiger’s Bride (1979 words, 6 pages)
Is the real beast the patriarchy? From a story where beauty becomes a beast, underlying issues of femininity, identity, and society are questioned, years before Disney upheld traditional notions of a females role through their portrayal of Beauty and the Beast. The Tigers Bride by Angela Carter is a feminist ... Read More
The Elements of Stereotyping and Discrimination in Not without My Daughter, a Movie by Brian Gilbert (584 words, 2 pages)
In Not Without My Daughter, the movie did not give a fair representation of Muslims, their culture, or the women of the time. The film relied on religious stereotypes and patriotic imagery to dehumanize Iranian Muslims during their time of political revolution.The West have always had some type of perception ... Read More
A Comprehensive Review of Children of Paradise, a Film Directed by Marcel Carne (442 words, 2 pages)
Children of Paradise, in my opinion, was an excellent film. There are many components to this movie that made every second of it very interesting to watch. The film itself was wicked and flamboyant, and the circumstances that the movie was filmed under were astonishing. The production, with all of ... Read More
A Comparison of the Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Halloween, Two Movies in the Horror Genre (2900 words, 9 pages)
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (Tobe Hooper, 1974) and Halloween (John Carpenter, 1978) were two low budget films that had a lasting impact on the horror genre. Given their low budgets these movies were commercial successes, leading to the development and creation of the slasher subgenre of horror. With a ... Read More
A Comparison of the Short Story The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe and the Film House of Usher Directed by Roger Corman (1976 words, 5 pages)
Extension English EssayMuch is gained, but much is lost when texts are appropriated into a modern context.It has been said that in a contemporary setting, numerous characteristics are both acquired and forfeited through the process of appropriation. Both of these notions are relative to the comparison of novel and film, ... Read More
A History of Coloured Movies Directed by Baz Luhrman (815 words, 3 pages)
After the disappearance of black and white film, directors began to experiment with colour and style more and more. Creating movies that have specific colour pallets from bleak blues and gloomy greys to glossy greens and resplendent reds. No director has made colour center stage more than director Baz Luhrman. ... Read More
The Evolution of My Perception and Understanding on Gender and Sex Roles Through Various Journals, Books and Articles (1115 words, 4 pages)
Over the years I have shaped my understanding of gender and sex roles, values views and perceptions by reading various journals, books and articles. In addition, I have improved my perceptions about sex and gender by watching movies and films and following presentations in class work. More so, the cross ... Read More
An Analysis of a Young Woman’s Struggle with Autism in Temple Grandin by Mike Jackson (491 words, 3 pages)
Temple Grandin ReviewMike Jacksons Temple Grandin is a biopic starring Claire Danes and Julia Ormond. It is about a young womans struggle with autism and how she overcomes all the challenges she deals with in her everyday life. In the movie, Temple tells people, I am different, not less (Temple ... Read More
A Summary of the Movie The Listening Project (673 words, 3 pages)
In The Listening Project, a handful of interviewers are sent to different countries to gather their peoples opinions on America. This was a time when America had first started to get involved in the Middle East. As a result, the Middle East had a negative outlook on America, as with ... Read More
An Analysis of the Film Knute Rockne (892 words, 4 pages)
Knute Rockne All American Film AnalysisDuring the Roaring Twenties in America there was a sports boom that was fueled by the media and press coverage of college sports. The twenties and early thirties were the Golden Age of Sportswriting. Notre Dames football team and its coach became glorified heroes thanks ... Read More
McCarthyism in the Text Seeing Red: The Stigma and Film Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1571 words, 5 pages)
Films usually reflect the history and issues of the time it was made. By attempting to watch a movie with certain knowledge and viewing it with a certain perspective, the historical situation of the time the film was screened can be perceived. The film we are going to closely view ... Read More
An Analysis of the New Princesses in Frozen and Tangled: Disney Renaissance (666 words, 2 pages)
Dreams Dont Really Come True Take out the soundtracks that college students will belt out during karaoke night, the unrealistic hair and outfits that even supermodels wouldnt be able to pull off, and whats left are films that can potentially corrupt children with their subliminal messages, aka Disney movies. Classic ... Read More
The Two Versions of the Film by The Shakespeare’s Play Henry V (841 words, 1 pages)
Olivier and Branagh s Henry V Henry V is one of the most frequently filmed history plays written by Shakespeare. Of the four filmed versions of Henry V, the two most popular are the 1944 Laurence Olivier version and the 1989 Kenneth Branagh version. While Olivier s version was released ... Read More
An Analytical Review of the Film All Quiet on the Western Front (861 words, 3 pages)
I decided to write this analytical review on the film All Quiet on the Western Front. My decision was made when I saw it as a suggested reading because I have heard about the movie many times, yet, I've never seen it. I actually am happy I never had, because ... Read More
A Report on Watching LA Confidential by Curtis Hanson (1344 words, 3 pages)
The Bad CopI was not really interested in seeing LA Confidential since everyone I knew who went to see it had bad things to say-too long, too boring, too confusing. After watching the movie, I became very interested in the movie. Its rare to see a movie with great acting ... Read More
The Issue of Progress in the 20th Century Explored in the Film Brazil by Terry Gilliam (2539 words, 4 pages)
In the early 1980's, a vision of dystopia was lying in the mind of Terry Gilliam. That vision was his future film Brazil to be written by Tom Stoppard, Charles McKeown, and himself. The movie was filmed in Wembley, England by Lee International Film Studios. After being a remarkable success ... Read More
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