• Film Review of Helen of Troy
    versus Man, as it tells the story of a war, but the individual characters have their own internal conflicts. V. Moral Lessons There are several moral lessons that can be learned by the viewers from the movie “Helen of Troy”. Some instances of these moral lessons are: 1. People should be...
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  • Was "Troy" the Movie Accurate According to Homer
    reviews. Overall it was a decent movie that was action packed and had something for mature audiences. It had a love story, war, revenge, killings, treachery and moral lessons all wrapped in it. In summary, the movie is good for entertainment, but it does not accurately portray Homer's Iliad and...
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  • Troy Analysis
    . Secondly, Troy is an interesting movie to be discussed further since it performs leadership types in Greek's kingdoms long time ago. As we know that Greece is a nation which has very high civilization so that it would be precious lesson for us learning Greece and its history. Third, by analyzing this...
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  • Helen of troy
     Distributed by Universal Home Entertainment Directed by John Kent Harrison Produced by Ted Kurdyla Helen of Troy is a 2003 television miniseries based upon Homer's story of the Trojan War, as recounted in the epic poem, Iliad. This TV miniseries also shares the name with a 1956 movie...
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  • The Evolution of Liturgical Drama: from Miracle Play to Judgement House
    declined after this point, moral and religious themes continued to be popular in the arts. It is ironic that, in the very secular world of the late 20th century, fundamentalist Christian groups revived the tradition of evangelizing through drama – whether through play, movie, or television program. The...
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  • Grey Streets
    quench for realism, the perfect hero can no longer exist. For example, in the movie The Dark Night, Batman is no longer portrayed as this shining light who all the people of Gotham can look up to for moral guidance. He is the grey, that balance of good, with a necessary evil which requires him to...
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  • Achilles 15
    Athena's own temple on Her own alter, which outrages Athena who gets Paris to shoot an arrow and guides it to his heel Herself to kill him. Achilles in the movie was a tough warrior who was a bit of a philosopher, almost. Achilles in the Iliad had the morals of a gangster or worse. The description of...
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  • Brooke
    The captain of the East High basketball team and the key member of the academic club shock the student body by teaming to audition for the upcoming school musical in a Disney Channel Original Movie that's all about being yourself and following your dreams. Troy (Zac Efron) is best known as the...
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  • Helen of Troy
    [Helen was 'forced' to marry Menelaus] and when Helen chose to leave Menelaus for Paris, Menelaus used this "kidnapping" to fuel his "duty" as husband to get his wife back at no means... so with the aid of his brother Agamemnon they launch the attack on Troy. At the end of the movie, although...
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  • Troy (the movie) v. the Iliad
    Contrasts of Troy and the Iliad Troy and the Iliad are very similar in the story line and the all-around theme but there are huge fundamental changes the director made to the story to increase the likeability of the movie. Troy includes some of the significant events from the Iliad but there are...
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  • The Oddyssey
    . The story’s setting took place in many places, land and sea. The movie is an adventure film because the whole point about the movie was adventure. Oddyseus went to troy to conquer it. He took a lot of detours before he finally reached home.   Odyssues was preparing is army, the Achaeans, for the...
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  • Essay
    ASSIGNMENT IN ENG.37A MYTHOLOGY MOVIE ANALYSIS OF THE MOVIE TROY SETTING: CHARACTERS: Greeks House of Atreus members, advisors and servants (Mycenae and Sparta) * Agamemnon – King of Mycenae. Brother of Menelaus. * Nestor – Adviser of Agamemnon. * Menelaus...
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  • Troy Book
    addition to its narrative, the Troy story offered an example to be studied for its lessons in statecraft and moral conduct. Greeks and Trojans participate in the same chivalric culture, and their actions serve as examples of how to govern both a kingdom and its aristocratic subjects. The medieval...
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  • Film Evaluation
    Rizal a story about the moth where the mother of the moth warn his son to keep away from the fire, because he’s stubborn he go near with the fire and so he became burned, the moral lesson of the story is you must listen to your mother because they know what’s the good or bad for you. When young...
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  • Movie Analysis-Hsm
    Movie Analysis “High School Musical” I. Settings/Characters The movie High School Musical was filmed at East High School located in Salt Lake City, Utah; the auditorium was at Murray High School and; the house of Gabriella and Troy was at Downtown Salt Lake City. The main characters are...
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  • Reality Bites
    "Reality Bites" is a simple, interesting film about a love triangle, but it is also about the differences in people and their intelligence to be successful in life. At least in my opinion, that is the one thing in this movie that is very clear. It keeps you wondering about giving yourself a sense...
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  • A Tribute to the Movie 300
    . So almost immediately, contemporary Greeks saw Thermopylae as a critical moral and culture lesson. In universal terms, a small, free people had willingly outfought huge numbers of imperial subjects who advanced under the lash. More specifically, the Western idea that soldiers themselves decide...
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  • Why Did I Get Married Too Review
    discover that her ex is joining them also. As the movie continues, the drama just adds on. Sheila’s husband, Troy, worries about finding a job throughout their whole vacation time at the Bahamas. Diane, Terry’s wife, is very happy and glowing which leads him to suspect her of cheating on him...
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  • Film: a Form of Literature and Understanding It
    . Cinematography was rather frustrating in Troy. In some scenes of the movie it looks much sharper than others. The other was the zooming; to me it was just too much and didn’t match some particular parts of the story. Like when Hector opens the doors of the city to face Achilles, it didn’t really make sense...
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  • Troy
    * What social problems are depicted in the story? Are these problems solved?How? -Social problems are depicted in the story the real situation the make movie to know more about the real life by the movie knowing more about story of troy. * Did the Author clearly point out the problem or is the...
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