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Bipolar Disorder in Silver Linings Playbook
5 November Bipolar Disorder in Silver Linings Playbook Bipolar disorder is a complex mental illness that exhibit different symptoms at varying degrees, although the most prominent is having dramatic mood swings. Silver Linings Playbook, directed by…
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Fences Lenny Henry's Towering Performance Further Proves His Status as a Serious Actor
This paper "Fences – Lenny Henry's Towering Performance Further Proves His Status as a Serious Actor" is a good example of a movie review on film studies. The play Fences by August Wilson illustrates elevating experiences and examines cases of race relations among the African Americans and captures various other themes.…
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The Seven Samurai - the Most Prominent Japanese Film in the Past Half Century
The paper "The Seven Samurai - the Most Prominent Japanese Film in the Past Half Century " is an excellent example of a movie review on visual arts and film studies. I chose the Seven Samurai Japanese film because it is the most influential and most referenced film in the cinema industry since its release on 25th April 1954.…
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The Film on Gangsters - the City of God
The paper "The Film on Gangsters - the City of God" is an excellent example of a movie review on visual arts and film studies. The City of God is a compelling film, a brilliant gangster movie which details the story of three young men of different ages or generations, men who barely make it out of their violence-prone world alive. …
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Hans Rosling's Paradox - Despite Access to Numerous Sources of Information, People Tend to Prejudice on Many Issues
The paper "Hans Rosling’s Paradox - despite Access to Numerous Sources of Information, People Tend to Prejudice on Many Issues" is a great example of a movie review on social science. Hans Rosling is an internationally acclaimed Professor of International Health at the Swedish Karolinska Institutet and presents a compelling argument for the use of statistics.…
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Africa Exploitation by the West and The Danger of a Single Story
The paper "Africa Exploitation by the West and The Danger of a Single Story" is an excellent example of a movie review on culture. MsChochote. (1 Jan. 2016). “Africa Exploitation by the West. Mallence Bart Williams TEDX.” Retrieved from www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeYlpLwLwvo. The video is presented by Mallence Bart-Williams who speaks of Sierra Leone, her second home. …
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Apocalypto by Mel Gibson
Apocalypto, set in the time of the Mayan civilization follows the journey of Jaguar Paw back to his home. Beyond treacherous terrains and unruly captors, he endeavors into the voyage back to his beloved pregnant wife and his son whom he had been able…
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Cheaters by John Stockwell
and Number Cheaters In the academic world, it is a well-established policy that should be honest and maintain integrity when it comes to their achievements; however, this does not always happen. Within the movie entitled Cheaters, the ethics and…
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The Godfather
Mario Puzo’s novel The Godfather was first published in 1969 and was later made into an unprecedentedly successful film by Francis Coppola in 1972. The story is about a gangster mafia family originally from Sicily, settled in the US and at the time…
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The Mask by Chuck Russell
October 26 The Mask The Mask is a fantasy-comedy film with extraordinary, remarkable story directed by Chuck Russell who did a marvellous jump in the movie’s production. Based similarly named comic by Dark Horse, The Mask tells the story of Stanley…
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The Last of the Mohicans
The last of the Mohicans (1992) Daniel Day-Lewis Produced in 1992, The Last of the Mohicans was a historical epic film set from 1757 during the Indian and French War. In the film, it was in 1757, and America got caught in the midst of the renowned…
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Malcolm X and Gandhi: A Philosophical Comparison of their Leadership as Shown in the Movies in their Names
Malcolm X and Gandhi: A philosophical comparison of their leadership as shown in the movies in their s Malcolm X and Gandhi were two extraordinary thinkers and highly charismatic leaders of the twentieth century with completely different…
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The Ten Things I hate about you
Kathleen Lawrence Joe Sersey English 101 Sep 29, 2009 Critical Essay on “The Ten Things I Hate About You” “The Ten Things I hate about you” was directed by Gil Junger in 1999 (Teese 2005). The film was an interpretation of Shakespeare’s play, “The…
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Cinemetic Technique in Silence of the Lambs
CINEMATIC TECHNIQUE IN SILENCE OF THE LAMBS Sound Technique Sound is of overriding importance in creating the multi-dimensional experience one commonly looks forward to in film viewing, by creating the atmosphere for evoking certain emotions. There…
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Ethical Dilemmas in Jerry Maguire
Information Ethical Dilemmas in Jerry Maguire In the film Jerry Maguire there are several key ethical dilemmas that are evident throughout the plot. One of the main ethical dilemmas surrounds Jerry Maguire being fired from his company and…
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The Natural: Not a Tragedy, but a Romance
The Natural:” Not a Tragedy, but a Romance. “The Natural is a film directed by Barry Levison and based on Bernard Malamud’s short story. It is a reflection of Roy Hobbs’ life (played by Robert Redford). At age 19, Hobbs is recruited by the Chicago…
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The Notebook
The book Movie Critique Introduction The film sector has been awash with numerous films that each depictand represent different things. In the film industry, there have been movies about fiction, love or romance, thrillers, horror and also…
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Secret Knowledge by David Hockneys
01 April 2009 David Hockneys Secret Knowledge The movie Secret Knowledge proposes viewers an interesting and amazing approach to new knowledge about art and techniques used by such painters as Ingres, Velázquez and Caravaggio. The uniqueness’ of the…
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Gladiator Directed by Ridley Scott
Gladiator – 2000 (a movie critique) 12April (estimated word count – (742 of text only) Introduction - (information) The film for this review is the year 2000 film the “Gladiator” starring Russell Crowe. This film was directed by Ridley Scott and…
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Sunset Boulevard by Billy Wilder
Sunset Boulevard: A Critical Review Directed by Billy Wilder, Sunset Boulevard is a 1950 film revolving around a once-successful silent film actress, Norma Desmond. In an attempt to make a comeback into the film industry, Norma hires a screenwriter…
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Diversity Issues in Rain Man
Reflection of the Movie Rain Man Diversity issues in the movie The film Rain Man provides a broad perspective over which a number of issues can be painted. The setting of the film and the individual characters gives an evidence of diversity that is…
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The Full Monty - a Frivolous Musical Which Demonstrates a Loss of Self-Confidence due to Physical Flaws and the Willingness of a Man to Sacrifice for the Sake of His Family
The Full Monty is a familiar comedy that takes everyday situations and topics that we see and makes it more meaningful. The show engages its audiencein depicting how reality and comedy can make for an inventive musical. But the reason that the…
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Half the Sky
Half the Sky Movie Review Half the Sky is a four-hour documentary that was produced in focus to the book by NicholasKristof and Sheryl WuDunn, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. The movie highlights the plight of…
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Ethical Issues in Erin Brokovich
Ethical Issues in Erin Brokovich The film Erin Brokovich is the fictionalized account of a true life story in which a single mother, desperate to support her family, uncovers a corporate cover-up that’s sickening an entire town. The process begins…
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Greg Bakers Ghosts of Rwanda
Insert Introduction Greg Baker’s (2004) Ghosts of Rwanda is a documentary marking a decade since the senseless murder of over 800,000 Rwandan citizens by their own government in what was a tribally fueled conflict among the Hutu and the Tutsi. The…
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