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Film Analysis

Le Chateau De Ma Mere

In the French Movie “My Mother’s Castle” (trans. 1.) a family from Marseilles, France, finds the perfect vacation place in the country surrounding Marseilles. Mother, Father, and three siblings, including the eldest, Marcel, are enchanted by the cottage they rent and the lush scenery. Marcel in particular relishes walks in...

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Foiling the Unknown: The Discovering of Self in Boys Don’t Cry and She’s Not There

In Kimberly Peirce’s film, Boys Don’t Cry we watch as Brandon Teena continually teeters on a narrow ridge of “self”-awareness and “self”-denial. We watch him dress and perform the “self” of his mind, while actively stripping down the exterior world to its simplest and most innocuous potential, denying the reality...

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King Kong

I believe that at some point in each persons life everyone has felt like the Character Stevie Wiebie in the documentary; “The King of Kong, A Fist Full of Quarters”. His portrayal as a person who always comes up short and can never reach a substantial goal is a current...

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American Psycho: A Summary and Conclusions

American Psycho is a movie that shows the struggle of the corporate monster. That is probably the “American” part of the title. There is a handsome ivy league man, played by Christian Bale, and he is obsessed with wealth and fortune, whether he knows it or not. He explains how...

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Who Really is the Quiet American

I’ve got a question for you and you’ll have to wait until after I give you a little background. Michael Caine and Brendan Fraser starred together in a new film adaptation of author Graham Greene’s novel The Quiet American. Both the novel and the movie tell a semi-fictionalized account of...

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Russell Brand: From Addiction to Recovery

In Russell Brand’s documentary From Addiction to Recovery, Brand speaks to a host of people from addicts, to counselors, to law enforcement to unravel the mystery of how to best help addicts. Along the way, he takes the viewer on a journey of the seedier side of life. For most...

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The Triumph of Evil in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Introduction Can good ever triumph over evil completely? In the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson suggests that, when it comes to human nature, it cannot. Instead, in his novel, evil triumphs over good. The Contrast Between Jekyll and Hyde Dr. Jekyll has certain good...

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Temple Grandin: Movie Review

The movie, Temple Grandin, looks at the life of the activist Temple Grandin. When Grandin was a child, she was lacked communication skills and often threw tantrums. At the time, when she was diagnosed with Autism, the health field combined this disorder in with schizophrenia. The health field said that...

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Story Analysis: “Battle Royal” and “The Lottery”

The given paper offers an analysis of two works: "Battle Royal" by Ralph Ellison and "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson. The author considers the similarities of these two stories, as well as their differences. Furthermore, the paper addresses the significance of tradition within the context of both stories. A secondary...

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Heaven’s Gate: Movie Review

“Heaven’s Gate” is one of the most controversial films in its time and of its genre. The critics forecast its failure, while the film appeared to be a great success, the film is oftentimes referred to as a documentary, though in fact it is a hundred per cent fiction film,...

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Hancock Movie

Peter Bergs, “Hancock” is arguably in a class of its own owing to the approach taken by its creators with regard to the script, theme, storyline, and cinematography. The movie stars Will Smith who plays the lead character Hancock who is a well known superhero in the city of Los...

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Movie Review: The Grey Zone

The movie The Grey Zone asks the audience the question if they were caught in dire circumstances during war time, what lengths would they go to survive? Would a person go so far as to turn against their own people, leading them to certain extermination just to be able to...

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Night of the Living Dead Film Review

George A. Romero's “Night of the Living Dead” is a classic of American cinema. Although considered to be little better than gory pulp on its release, it is now recognized as a seminal piece of genre film making, as a well as politically charged depiction of race relations within the...

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The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures

The book written by Anne Fadiman in 1997, called “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures“ describes the fate of a Hmong family in a municipality Houaysouy, in Laos, in a Sainyabuli Province. The Lees and their...

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Critique of Hancock Movie

Many people criticize Hancock movie for many reasons. Parents have discouraged their children from watching because of the language and substance abuse that is prevalent in the movie. Smith in the movie is drunk and parents get worried and prevent the children from watching. This is because they think that...

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Film Proposal – Rome

What topic could successfully tie the contemporary world to the culture of Ancient Rome while also managing to stimulate interest in learning the classics? Successfully answering the first serves to answer the second question. The route to creating buzz and viral interest in any topic among the denizens of pop...

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World Trade Center: Movie Critique

In the film World Trade Center, directed by Oliver Stone (2006), the focus is placed on the first responders that assisted with the crisis that occurred at the World Trade Center in 2001. Specifically, the film focused intensely on two police offers who were trapped under the wreckage of the...

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“Race” Film

In the film “Race,” the character of famous athlete Jesse Owens is illustrated, as well as his story of crossing racial barriers in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Set in a very tumultuous era in history, Owens defied many social norms and societal expectations for himself as a black person. “Race”...

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My Reaction to Mash (1970)

Released in 1970, Mash is a satirical war film which portrays the obstacles faced by the staff of a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital – a field hospital - during the Korean War (Altman, 1970). The story is set in South Korea, where American nurses, doctors and surgeons spend their days...

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Slumdog Millionaire

Cinematography is essentially defined as the art of making moving pictures; however there is so much more to the practice than just pointing a video camera at a scene and pressing record. Depending on the cameras, lighting, staging, and a number of other factors, cinematography makes the difference between the...

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