Samples "Movies"

Movies

Frames of Reference is an educational film created in 1960. Professor Patterson Hume and Professor Donald Ivey from the University of Toronto are the two lecturers in the film, and are both physics experts. As such, they illustrate various physics concepts through a series of visual activities. In the very...

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The first half of Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket presents the hardcore instruction of soldiers at the Parris Island training camp. The brutal behavior of the drill sergeant Hartman is meant to transform boys into men and men into killing machines. When Private Pyle fails to successfully make the transformation,...

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The film Suicide Squad provides some cultural analysis, but falls into old traps that have long plagued movies that have attempted to mesh together characters from many different racial and ethnic backgrounds. The film features a diverse cast of actors and actresses, and even has a black man—Will Smith—playing the...

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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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In the movie Contagion, the population of a country becomes decimated because of the rapid spread of a virus and the inability of the medical community and government officials to identify what was happening quickly enough to address it. When epidemics spread, governments must develop plans to quickly assess and...

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The 2000 A&E “The Great Gatsby” video is having a more ancient setting as compared to the 1974’s Copolla version. The video starts with the main actor taking a rest at a pool and being shot from a distance by a stranger whose view is not clear. Before the shooting...

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The movie business can often appear to be an elusive mix of information that still leaves you wondering “how do they make movies again?” There are many steps involved in creating a hit movie including development, pre-production, production, post-production, marketing and distribution, and exhibition (Young, Gong, and Van Der Steele...

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The world has grown from an expansive tract of land and water to a global village. Many of the activities humans perform have also changed from tedious processes to an easier form of accomplishment with the technological improvement. Technological improvements have changed the modern standards of film development, making it...

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Hitchcock played a role in preserving the patriarchal hegemony of gender roles through power shifts in male/female relationships and the subsequent preservation of power with the male due to the influence of agents of authority. This can be seen in the relationships of Marion to Norman, Mrs. Bates to Norman...

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