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Movie Review

Masculine and Feminine Attitudes in Trifles

Trifles (1916), by Susan Glaspell, is a play that illustrates the disparity between the attitudes of men and women. Trifles highlights what Glaspell believes to be emotional and intellectual superiority of women over men. This superiority is based upon how the men and women react differently to the discoveries of...

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“A Christmas Story” directed by Bob Clark

One of the most iconic films of all time, which was hardly noticed when it was released in 1983, “A Christmas Story” directed by Bob Clark stands as a testament to kids and families everywhere that even when everything goes completely wrong during the holidays – there is still hope...

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Movie Review: Trading Places

Trading Places with Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy is a refreshing, although perhaps a little hopeful story of an old and storied company networking in a ridiculous and innovative way. It was a much needed opinion on the exclusivity of the business world based on the many issues of networking,...

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50 Shades of Dull Grey

50 Shades of Grey was exciting, but not nearly as much so as promised by all of the hype. As a self-respecting man, of course, I have never read the decidedly female-aimed novel, nor its sequels, but I decided to give the film version a shot, anyway, and frankly, I...

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Movie Review: Erin Brockovich

One of the greatest ways to inform and persuade an audience is to create a film. Hollywood has perfected this art over many years. Messages are included in movies that touch and influence the beliefs of viewers. Sometimes they are subtle so that people are unaware of how they were...

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Movie Review: Doctor Strangelove

The movie Doctor Strangelove is a political satire by Stanley Kubrick which was made with the purpose of showing viewing audiences what can happen if the wrong type of leader were to have the power literally at their fingertips to destroy the world. This is the power that both America...

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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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Movie Review: The Good War and Those Who Refuse to Fight It

This movie is about the role of the Conscientious Objector in World War II. The average person normally thinks of a CO as one who simply refuses to serve in the military, but there are many issues that are connected with making the decision to become an official CO. Most...

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Movie Review: Misery

This paper will serve to provide a summarization, review, and critique of Misery as it relates to mental health nursing. In order to explore the topic, the paper addresses the context of the mental health illness as presented in the movie, the observations of the behavior of the mentally ill...

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The Butler Movie Review

Although some may consider Lee Daniel’s 2013 film The Butler a historical narrative about racial discrimination, the truth is actually that this film has little to do with historical accuracy. The film’s title card says “Based on the true story,” yet this refers not the film’s central premise but, allegedly,...

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Paths of Glory

Paths of Glory by Stanley Kubrick is a black and white film that explores a number of deep and controversial issues related to war and its effects on the human spirit. First of all, the film revolves around a suicidal assault carried out by a French unit in order to...

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Indiana Jones: Movie Review

South America is a part of the land that has a long and rich history. Numerous tribes and even several empires were existing in the continent in ancient times – Maya and Aztec, in particular. Large cities, pyramids, and palaces were part of the South American culture until the European...

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