Movies Essay Examples

  • A Clockwork Orange

    421 words - 2 pages

    The movie A Clockwork Orange takes place in the future of London. Anthony Burgess originally wrote it. Later on made into a movie, and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The movie is to represent ultra-violence and how there is no scientific cure yet. The social context is very violent in the beginning showing scenes of rape and assault. The movie shows a violent killer and rapist, and an attempt to cure him that fails. The author of A Clockwork Orange is Anthony Burgess, also went by the name Joseph Kell. He was born on February 25, 1917, in Manchester. His family was mid

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    My Darling Clementine The Effects Of Noir

    378 words - 2 pages

    My Darling Clementine to me didn't stick out as a particularly dark movie. I will agree that there were a lot of dark scenes in it but not enough to distract me toward the idea of this being a particularly dark film as a whole. However the dark noir lighting style that was used to bring the night scenes to life certainly added something to it. Usually when I think of film noir, I tend to think of movies like Batman. There the lighting reflects the moral and physical issues behind the motives of the characters. And to keep that feeling going threw out the movie, even the day sce

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    The Big Chill

    440 words - 2 pages

    The title of the movie The Big Chill is symbolic of the meeting of the group of adults who have not seen each other in years. It alludes to the circumstances which brought them together as well as their reaction to the meeting. The movie The Big Chill is about a group of adults who were once very close in the past but have drifted apart throughout the years. They are brought together under an unfortunate set of circumstances: One of the group, Alex, had committed suicide. This is the first instance in which the title,

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    The Big Lebowski

    577 words - 3 pages

    All of the relationships among the elements in the film the Big Lebowski may seem to be enigmatic with each other, but this style of film creates an integrated system of disunity. The Coen brothers demonstrate this style through various motifs through out the film, from the main character's name to what he drinks. The film is a perfect example of a film which has the theme of disunity. In the film the main character Jeffery Lebowski, refers to himself as "the Dude". This element of the story becomes a motif. The Dude is referred to, and refers to himself as the Dude becaus

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    The Shining

    443 words - 2 pages

    Have you ever been so frightened of someone or something that it controls your thoughts and actions? When I was a small child, this ?something? was the movie ?The Shining?. With the director?s used of good actors and actresses, a vivid story line, and terrifying special effects, this movie frightens children, as well as adults alike. As the story unfolds, the main characters are a family of a father, mother, and young son. They have to stay in a huge hotel as caretakers, snowed in for the winter months. The father, Jack Torrance, can?t take the solidarity and ends up goin

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    Thoughts On Pocahontas The Movie

    309 words - 2 pages

    After watching the disney movie, Pocahontas, many people have found a large amount of historical inaccuracies in both the setting, and the characters portrayed. An example is: the topographic features of Virginia aren?t at all like the waterfalls and mountains shown in the movie. Other examples include the fact that Pocahontas and John Smith never actually fell in love, that Powhatan never actually intended to kill John Smith, and that Pocahontas was told to put her head between Smith and the executioners. But these are just minor details needed to form an opinion on the issue

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    True Romance

    690 words - 3 pages

    Once again, Quentin Tarantino outdoes himself. The movie True Romance was excellent. It presented real issues that some people are forced to deal with in their lives. The title of the movie is misleading. You would think this was going to be a love tory. Actually it is, but unlike any love story I've ever seen. It's filled with violence, action, blood, guts and gore. Like most other Tarantino movies it revolves around the violence we rarely see or experience in our lives. He also incorporates rugs and racism, hate and love and his usual corny way of portraying them. In T

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    Always Eight

    583 words - 3 pages

    I'm always eight minutes late to work, not because I can't get it together on time but, simply because all my clocks are conveniently eight minutes slow. Most other people I know would just change their clocks or mentally add the eight minutes and arrive on time. ( As I do for everything except work) Not me. It relates to my whole mind-set. If I change all my clocks forward those eight precious minutes, I just might find myself arriving on time every day and losing more than just eight simple minutes. Although, I know I won't arrive on time, because I actually arrived on time one da

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    Frankenstein Morality

    796 words - 4 pages

    Morality. It has been questioned by people, honored by people and revered since the beginning of time. Yet even today not one person can say what is morally right. It is a matter of opinion. It was Dr.Victor Frankenstein's opinion that it was alright to create a "monster". Frankenstein's creation needed a companion. Knowing that his first creation was evil should the doctor make a second? With the knowledge at hand, to Dr.Frankenstein, it is not at all morally correct to bring another monster into the world. Looking at this probelm with his family in mind, the doctor beg

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    Lord Of The Flies Comparison Between Novel And Film Version

    567 words - 3 pages

    Many novels are so successful that producers can't wait to adapt the story into a film. The majority of times, however, the original novel is much stronger than the movie because it is able to capture the emotions of each character, all the symbols and meaningful events. Due to the novel's flexibility, readers are able to extend the use of their imagination. Similarly, this was the case with William Golding's masterpiece, "The Lord of the Flies." Overall, the novel is far superior to the film because it has thorough descriptions of a character's feelings and depictions of symbolic me

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    The Hobbit 2

    941 words - 4 pages

    The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien is set in a fantasy world that has differences, as well as similarities, to our own world. The author has created the novel's world, Middle Earth, not only by using imagination, but by also adding details from the modern world. Realistic elements in the book enable readers to relate to the setting, yet have the ability to "imagine" exciting events and organisms not found on Earth. The majority of differences between Middle Earth and today's world are found in ob

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    The Moviegoer By Walker Percy

    1067 words - 5 pages

    In Walker Percy?s story The Moviegoer, Binx Bolling, a Stockbroker on the verge of turning thirty is on a quest. Set in 1960 New Orleans during Mardi Gras Binx, an upper class southern gentleman sets out to find out about himself. Answer questions that have tugged at his soul. Questions about despair, everydayness, religion and romance. Binx is stuck in a quagmire. He must break out from this cloak of ennui and find the essence of being. But how? How can people, a person with a soul and a world at their fingertips be so inept at finding what makes them alive. C

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    The Moviegoer By Walker Percy

    1067 words - 5 pages

    In Walker Percy?s story The Moviegoer, Binx Bolling, a Stockbroker on the verge of turning thirty is on a quest. Set in 1960 New Orleans during Mardi Gras Binx, an upper class southern gentleman sets out to find out about himself. Answer questions that have tugged at his soul. Questions about despair, everydayness, religion and romance. Binx is stuck in a quagmire. He must break out from this cloak of ennui and find the essence of being. But how? How can people, a person with a soul and a world at their fingertips be so inept at finding what makes them alive. C

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    Gender Roles Essay

    689 words - 3 pages

    Showgirls is a definite backlash to the typical woman's role in society. It is very interesting to me that a movie with this message is set in a normally deviant setting, when it is trying to portray the strength of a woman. I feel this is the reason that many woman did not see the film. They are offended, disgusted, and maybe even a little jealous of strippers. Strippers are able to be in control of the customers at all times. They have the power to switch the standard gender roles. For a moment, I thought differen

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    Merchant Of Venice

    733 words - 3 pages

    Many people are villainous in the way they act, and their villainous acts may be rooted in the desire to destroy others, or in the hopes of elevating themselves. Many people may only act "villainous" in reaction to the way they have been treated in the past. Shylock the Jew is the villain or antagonist in the play .The Merchant of Venice.. Shylock mistreats Antonio the Christian, his daughter, Jessica and Launcelot. The first person Shylock mistreats, is Launcelot. He mistreats this servant by complaining behind Launcelot's back of his laziness. Shylock says,

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    Love And Basketball

    450 words - 2 pages

    Gina Prince-Blythewood directed Love & Basketball with little experience at all. Having come from UCLA, where she ran track competitively, Prince-Blythewood had all the means possible to relate to this story. Since age seven, Prince-Blythewood was competing on team sports, being the only girl on the team. It is evident why she would make such a film, she wanted to convey the importance of female athletics, along with independence of women. The film takes place in the 80?s and 90?s, and follows Monica and Quincy in their attempt to succeed in basketball. The comparisons of

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    The Matrix

    1431 words - 6 pages

    In 1949, George Orwell wrote 1984, a stunning novel envisioning haunting images of the future. Fifty years later, The Matrix, a movie directed by the Wachowski brothers, debuted on the big screen featuring mind-blowing special effects and complex kung-fu choreography. There are many obvious similarities between these two works of fiction. For example, both 1984 and The Matrix are dystopian visions of the future, which is to say, both deal with the maintenance of an imperfect society. The word dystopia is the antonym of utopia, which itself means a perfect society; therefore, a dystop

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    395 words - 2 pages

    Vertigo is probably one of the more intriguing movies that I?ve seen in a while, and almost as thought provoking as what team will win the NCAA tourney. In my opinion, it is truly a tragedy just because of the number of people that perished due to falling from a high place. The main protagonist, Scottie who was the cause of all of these deaths goes through the most trauma in the movie. He first ends the life of the policeman, by accident but then ends up destroying the lives of two others. The last two deaths are cause by desire and deceit. The desire to love someone on Scottie?s pa

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    Hamlet Nature And Morals

    763 words - 4 pages

    Great literary works retain their popularity as a result of many different factors. One such factor which can lead to popularity of a work, current or consistent discussion of a work's merits, can come into play when an author or playwright leaves questions unanswered in his work. In Hamlet, William Shakespeare creates such a situation. As a result of the ambiguity of clues given throughout this play, critics may argue for or against the idea that Prince Hamlet's "antic disposition" put on as a facade to mislead the royal family pales in comparison to the disposition of Hamlet's luna

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    Romeo And Juliet Zeffirelli Vs Luhrmann

    585 words - 3 pages

    Romeo and Juliet, one of the best love stories of all time, was written by the world famous author Shakespeare, in the early 1600s. The story was a major hit. Everyone loved it. Two men, named Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann, loved the tragedy so much that they decided to share the story with the rest of the world. In 1968 Zeffirelli directed his version of Romeo and Juliet. Then, in 1997 Luhrmann version was produced. Both movies told the tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers that were held apart by fate. The two movies had a lot in common, but at the same time they both had m

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    Bungee Jumping

    529 words - 3 pages

    Bungee jumping is an extreme sport which implies jumping in the open, tied by the legs with an elastic cord. Launching is beeing made from cranes, bridges and other facilities, but not buildings, because the swinging on the horizontal may have an amplitude of 15 m. After the jump follow some streches and eases of the cord on the vertical. This activity isn?t as dangerous as it seems. Statistically speaking, it is as dangerous as a 100 km car trip. The risk rate is 2 per million. Accidents are very rare and they happen if the cord isn?t well tied or, as it happened in some cou

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    2001 A Space Odyssey

    1745 words - 7 pages

    2001 Space Odyssey The film segment chosen was the final scene from Stanley Kubrik^s 2001 A Space Odyssey made in 1968. As the name would suggest, the film is set almost entirely in the future. Already having projected itself over 30 years into the future, it would be safe to assume that this motion picture offers a wealth of imagery and futuristic vision. It does. It is towards the end of the film, however, that Kubrik offers this to us on a much greater scale. In these few minutes, we are presented with the dawn of a new era: a near incomprehensible evolution of humanity. Th

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    A Few Good Men Essay

    624 words - 3 pages

    In the film, A Few Good Men, characters such as the lead role, Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise) are portrayed to be leaders in society. I believe the movie's main focus was actually on how different a person can be because of something one person says to them. I also believe that one of the movie's main ideas was how to work people with words. This is especially true when Colonel Nathan R. Jessup (Jack Nicholson) is interrogated by Cruise. The way that Nicholson answers Cruise's questions is with such sophistication and knowledge that even though you know that he had h

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    History Of Computers

    678 words - 3 pages

    In 500 B.C. the abacus was first used by the Babylonians as an aid to simple arithmetic. In 1623 Wihelm Schickard (1592 - 1635) invented a "Calculating Clock". This mechanical machine could add and subtract up to 6 digit numbers, and warned of an overflow by ringing a bell. J. H. Mueller comes up with the idea of the "difference engine", in 1786. This calculator could tabulate values of a polynomial. Muellers attempt to raise funds fails and the project was forgotten. Scheutz and his son Edward produced a 3rd order difference engine with a printer in 1843 and their governmen

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    Good Things Happen

    373 words - 2 pages

    Dumbo was completed and delivered to Disney's distributor, RKO Radio Pictures, in fall 1941. RKO balked at the fact that the film only ran 64 minutes, and demanded that Walt Disney either (a) expand it to at least 70 minutes, (b) edit it to short subject length, or (c) allow RKO to release it as a b-movie. Disney refused all three options, and RKO reluctantly issued Dumbo, unaltered, as an A-film. After its October 23 release, Dumbo proved to be a financial success. The simple film only cost $813,000 to produce, half the cost of Snow White and less than a third of the cost of Pinocchio. Dum

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    Science In Schools

    560 words - 3 pages

    My favorite book is Eragon and it is written by Christopher Paolini. This 500-page fantasy book was published in 2003. Eragon is set at least five hundred years ago. The main character, whose name is Eragon, is a farm boy, and sometimes a hunter. He has to go on an adventure with his dragon to try and save Alagaësia, the continent of the story. It all starts when he finds a blue stone in the Spine, a range of mountains that is said to bring bad luck, but in reality it is a dragon's egg! Soon after the dragon hatches, a tragedy caused by two evil Ra’zac, who are agents of the King Galbatorix, o

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    Dead Man Film Review

    675 words - 3 pages

    Film Review Film: Dead Man The movie Dead Man is an artistic work. The entire movie is in black and white. However, the film also uses a lot of depth in the grays. This combined with the dim lighting gives the movie a very grim mood. The movie is supposed to symbolize death. The way in which the movie flows it seems like Blake is in purgatory. The Native American Nobody asks Blake if he killed the man who killed him. He responded, “I’m not dead.” This is the first introduction to the idea that Blake is in fact dead. However, he interacts with the town he travels to as if he were alive.

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    A Clockwork Orange Theme

    1752 words - 8 pages

    A Clockwork Orange The novel, properly novella, entitled A Clockwork Orange first appeared in the spring of 1962. I had written its first version in late 1960, when I was coming to the end of what the neurological specialists had assured my late wife would be my terminal year. My late wife broke the secret in time for me to work hard at providing some posthumous royalties for her. In the period in which I was supposed to be dying from an inoperable cerebral tumour, I produced the novels entitled The Doctor is Sick, Inside Mr Enderby, The Worm and the Ring (a reworking of an earlier draft), On

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    Needs To Go Tonight Narrative Essay

    568 words - 3 pages

    If you were stranded on the side of the road, I would stop and help. I open the door for those coming through and hold it for those behind me. I am the go-to guy for many of my friends and family. I will go out of my way to help you out if I know it is something that I can do. I am learning that I am an overly helpful person and it tends to get me used by ungrateful people. One of the major instances is with my sister and her boyfriend. To illustrate, my sister and her boyfriend were living with me for over 7 months. I did not charge them rent and I did not ask much of them. One of the arran

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    Love At First Sight

    1579 words - 7 pages

    The scene that I chose to examine in Cukor’s film, “Romeo and Juliet” is the scene where the Capulets and Montagues are all gathered at the Capulet mansion’s party. This is one of the first scenes in which Romeo first notices Juliet, and Juliet first notices Romeo. I will examine how Cukor uses techniques, effects, and sounds to show that in this scene, for Romeo and Juliet, it was “love at first sight”. Romeo and Mercutio and the Montagues first go to the Capulet's party to see Romeo’s first and only love (at the time); Rosaline. As the Capulets are in the middle of the floor, you see Benvo

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    530 words - 3 pages

    training 12 till 2 rolans Both novels are written in the first-person. Salinger's narrative is a trail of thought that induces the reader to follow his protagonist on a rather rough journey of the body and mind. Holden is a subjective narrator, his opinion of himself often contradicts those of other characters within the novel. He feels he looks undoubtedly old yet he is frequently questioned about his age or refused drinks. He is also a hypocritical narrator, he continuously mentions how he hates movies yet he often watches them or talks of ones he has seen. 'I hate the movies like

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    Compare And Contrast The Iliad To The Movie Troy

    1175 words - 5 pages

    Troy, based on the Iliad, has proven to be a very loose adaptation of Homer's classic and one cannot help noticing the major differences between the book and the movie. One of the most noticeable differences between the book and the movie is the absence of the Gods. In Homer's Iliad, the Gods played a major part in the Trojan War. Though the viewers are made aware that the characters believe in the Gods, the only God we see in the movie is Thetis, Achilles' mother. The omission of the Gods from the movie may give the audience a chance to view the characters more believable, however by omittin

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    Stages Of Group Development In Quot The Breakfast Club Quot And Quot Stand By Me Quot

    3282 words - 14 pages

    STAGES OF GROUP DEVEOPMENT IN THE BREAKFAST CLUB AND STAND BY ME Every group experiences Tuckman’s five stages of group development: forming, storming, norming, performing and adjourning. Each group has a specific purpose and goal and tasks to perform in order to fulfill their purpose and succeed at their goal. In addition, the duration in which a group exists can range from a day to several years. It is with this theory in mind that we have decided to compare and contrast the stages of group development of the groups in Stand By Me and The Breakfast Club. Forming The first stage in

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    Cause And Effects

    483 words - 2 pages

    Eng-1301 Sagar Dhungel Cause and Effects Shrek is a movie, which stands alone in its appeal to people of all ages and in its presentation of comedy, romance, and creative story line. In this movie there is one character called Shrek. Shrek is a delightful comedy about a crude ogre, an energetic princess, a witty donkey and an uptight ruler. The movie has a brilliant story line, following the path of an initially moody ogre as he discovers friendship and love all in the face of hysterical comedy. The story line is layered for different levels of understanding; it is an enjoyable film for

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    Life Of Immigrants

    1399 words - 6 pages

    Children growing up in a migrant family learn the life of workers early in their lives. Each season, a new generation of young children join their families and the returning veterans in the cross over. The journey is a rigorous one. Yet, despite the deaths, tragedies, and the U.S. government’s efforts to prevent illegal immigration, the migrant workers are illegally crossing the border at a higher rate than ever. On this journey, young men and women sacrifice their families, traditions, and too often their lives in exchange for a flashy pair of shoes, a baseball hat, and ultimately the Am

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    Douglas Sirk The Director As Auteur

    807 words - 4 pages

    Douglas Sirk is a popular auteur director. He gained auteur status through his use of social discussion and distinctive film form. He is best known for his films in the melodrama genre. According to Kolker (1999, p107) “melodrama is central cinematic that creates empathy and identification”. Douglas Sirk focused on getting the audience to feel the emotional turmoil of the characters lives. The portrayal of characters that are caught up in their feelings of anxiety and denial was a recurrent theme. According to Kolker (1999, p119) Sirk was known for enhancing or exaggerating these aspects of me

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    12 Angry Men

    355 words - 2 pages

    This essay will compare & contrast the protagonist/antagonist's relationship with each other and the other jurors in the play and in the movie versions of Reginald Rose's 12 Angry Men. There aren't any changes made to the key part of the story but yet the minor changes made in making the movie adaptation produce a different picture than what one imagines when reading the drama in the form of a play. First off, the settings in the movie are a great deal more fleshed out. In the play, the scene begins with the jurors regarding the judge's final statements concerning the case in the courtroom

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    King Richard III

    550 words - 3 pages

    ASSIGNMENT 1: King Richard III Richard has never been deemed good enough to fit the king’s crown. Since the first scene, audience can anticipated the evil and villainous act of Richard. He go against the star by using deceive and manipulation. All of this is to make sure he gain kingship and stay as a king. “And therefore since I cannot prove a lover… I am determined to prove a villain, And hate the idle pleasures of these days.” These lines are said in the first monologue and also the introduction of the play, he declared that he wanted to be the villain. Richard’s outward deformity is

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    The Cult Of Donnie Darko

    1781 words - 8 pages

    The cult of Donnie Darko How did a low-budget film with a convoluted plot about time travel, arson, young love and a giant, imaginary rabbit go from box-office flop to indie film classic? As an outdoor screening becomes one of the summer's hottest tickets, Ed Caesar explores the world of cinema's weirdest teenager "Dark. Darker. Darko." The film's tagline tells you everything. It is self-conscious. It is wilfully opaque. Most importantly, it requires further inspection. The 2001 debut from the writer and director Richard Kelly - he was 26 when he made the movie - has become one of the al

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    Robin Hood

    1734 words - 7 pages

    What is the situation facing Robin Hood? Robin Hood was in the second year of his insurrection against the High Sheriff of Nottingham. Though it started as a personal crusade for Robin Hood against the Sheriff and his administration, allies, men with grievances and a deep sense of justice joined him. He spent the first year forging the group into a disciplined band, united in enmity against the Sheriff and willing to live outside the law. Strategies adopted by the band: The main mission statement of the band was to fight against the High Sheriff and his administration. The band was operatin

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    Textual Analysis Jeepers Creeps Phycho

    904 words - 4 pages

    Jeepers Creepers + Psycho essay Alfred Hitchcock produced the film ‘Psycho’ in 1960; the certificate is a 15 due to the graphic murders. The genre is horror, but also there is a sub genre, which is drama because there is a vast amount of romance in the film. Many films have been influenced by Hitchcock and his director techniques and his most successful film ‘Psycho’. Mostly because of the shower scene and the way intensity is built. The film was originally going to be filmed in colour, but because of the excessive violence and graphic nature, mainly the shower scene, it would not be allowe

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    Barton Fink

    412 words - 2 pages

    Barton Fink. Barton Fink was an intentionally complicated movie meant to bring a point home to the creative community. It took to mind the concept of the creator, and how he interacts and functions in society. It has left me humbled and brooding, and it’s an experience I feel I cannot unlearn. Barton is a creative individual, his work is based on his opinion of open-mindedness and others, and that we should listen and acknowledge them. His work talks about giving his own piece of mind to others at his level, and that we should consider those below them. He consider’s himself to be l

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    Life I Love You All Is Groovy

    1252 words - 6 pages

    Life I Love You, All Is Groovy “We’ll see you in there,” we said, waving to our friends as we slowly rolled away in the RV. Luckily a group of twenty something’s was nice enough to give us a lift into the campground from the gates, which surely would have been a good 3 mile walk from Hell in the hot, June Tennessee sun. As we drove down the long dirt road, we waved and hollered to all the passersby, equally excited for the next four days, which was to be the best time of our lives. We had bought our Bonnaroo tickets earlier that February. The most I’d ever spent on a concert event, but m

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    Moldable Minds Or Not

    663 words - 3 pages

    Moldable Minds or Not? The idea of socially accepting the influences of the media when it comes to horror and brutalization is a widely argued topic. Some see it as promoting violence and instilling in young minds that which should never be there, while others view this industry simply as entertainment. No matter what one's opinion may be, it is clear that everyone certainly has one. People often like to point out that those movies such as the Hannibal Lector series or the Saw trilogy give the real killers in the world all their best ideas. Those same people w

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    Protagonist Antagonis A Doll S House

    270 words - 2 pages

    Henrick Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” is a play that takes it’s readers on a ride, showing them that a marriage, though on the outside looks healthy, really can have many flaws and can be full of deceit. It also shows how money really is, or can be the basis of many relationships, which is still true today. Throughout this play, it seems as if one can’t really choose which character is the antagonist and which deserves to be the protagonist, although each character shows qualities of both. It can be argued that Nora is the antagonist because she is constantly lying to her husband, Torvald, and doi

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    Taming Of The Shrew

    995 words - 4 pages

    Taming of the Shrew research paper Pg.1 At the beginning of the play Kate and Pertruchio seem like opposites psychologically, but by the end they’re similar. At the beginning of the play Kate and Pertruchio seem as if they are two completely different characters. Towards the beginning of the play in the mirror scene you can see dramatic differences between the two characters. For example, when Petruchio meets Kate for the first time you can see right away that the attitudes of the characters are completely different. I say this because Petruchio at this time in the play is a very rela

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    Frankenstein By James Whale Vs Mary Shelley S Frankenstein

    594 words - 3 pages

    Directors nowadays usually create a movie based on a book to simply add and subtract things from the original texts. This simply to show the world their version of things. James Whale in his movie Frankenstein did not stay faithful to Mary Shelley’s book. There were quiet a number of differences in the movie in comparison to the book. The most astonishing difference is the fact that the creature is accepted as a human rather than a monster. This further on led to misnaming the creature as “Frankenstein”. Not only was Frankenstein happy with the outcome

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    The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe Novel Or Movie

    829 words - 4 pages

    The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: Novel or Movie? Is it better to read the novel or watch the movie? As I was growing up, I always found a way to get out of reading. When we were assigned something to read in high school, I would either read the cliff notes or watch the movie. Now that I am older, I have decided to watch the movie and read the book. I am going to discuss the differences between the movie and the novel, why I feel the changes were made, and how the aesthetic value is adapted to the screen. The author, C.S. Lewis, provides great details throughout the text. I first r

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    Patrons Of The Art Musical 1

    550 words - 3 pages

    Patrons of the Arts – Beauty and the Beast (Musical) Where can I start with this performance; this musical is definitely better than any other performance by our Wheaton North Performing Arts. Well, I have to compliment everyone who was involved in this play; they did a wonderful job. The cast, crew, and orchestra are amazing as usual. It was Thursday when I saw this musical and I can recall trying to get a variety of my friends to come along with me knowing how much of a disappointment it was if I were to miss this performance. I had a tough time rounding up a group but eventually a small

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    Taming Of The Shrew

    879 words - 4 pages

    The Taming of the Shrew’s appropriation Ten Things I Hate About You can be argued as a useful appropriation or not. The film, set in around the 21st century in Seattle starring Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger is very modern as opposed to the play, set in the Italian Renaissance in Padua, a city in Italy. They both follow the same basic plot, the same themes, the same main characters and the same genre. But is Ten Things really a useful appropriation? As I mentioned before, the play and the film have really similar plots. For example, in the play the newcomer to Padua Lucentio wishes to wed t

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