"Psychology Movie Reviews" Essays and Research Papers

  • Psychology Movie Reviews

    like helping her to get a jet during a hurricane and finding the unpublished Harry Potter manuscript for her daughters. Due to her narcissistic nature, that is most probably why this actions occur. Her attitude, surprisingly, paid dividends as the movie concludes. We are able to witness the consequences of her behaviour and her saying ‘Truth is, there's no one that can do what I do.’ sums her up perfectly. Miranda herself is not a slacker and only demands from her employees what she expects from herself...

    Behavior, Human behavior, Meryl Streep 1329  Words | 4  Pages

  • Movie Review

    ALL ABOUT MOVIE REVIEW A movie review is the opinion of someone who has seen a particular movie written in an article about that movie. Writing a movie review is a great way of expressing your opinion of a movie.  The purpose of most movie reviews is to help the reader in determining whether they want to watch, rent or buy the movie.  The review should give enough details about the movie that the reader can make an informed decision, without giving anyway any essentials such as the plot or any...

    Critic, Criticism, Film 1785  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mean Girls Movie Review/ Personality Psychology

    Movie Review- Mean Girls Brooke Millett Sheridan College Personality and how we behave have been of much interest to psychologists for a long time now and because of this there have been many theories and theorists that have been developed. Personality is defined as consistent behavior patterns and intrapersonal processes originating within and individual (Fritzley, 2012, p. 10). There are six main approaches to personality psychology they include: biological approach, humanistic approach,...

    Defence mechanism, Denial, High school 1575  Words | 4  Pages

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     Movie Review: Fireproof April Fontaine Liberty University Introduction The movie I choose to review is called Fireproof. In this paper on the movie review of the movie Fireproof a brief plot summary of the movie will be given and the scene that has made the most impact will be discussed in further detail. Therapeutic implications in the movie will be discussed such as how this movie can assist in the marriage coaching process. Finally I will discuss how I connected with this movie...

    Husband, Marriage, Spouse 882  Words | 5  Pages

  • Movie Review

    INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ( INC 410 ) MOVIE REVIEW HOORE ! HOORE ! FILM PREPARED BY : NORAZYANTI BINTI ISMAIL Synopsis of Hoore Hoore film The film of Hoore Hoore tells the story of a woman name Nurul Iman with a relatively stout body and not too pretty, but have a good heart. However, the regular feminine characteristics such as other girls still have on Nurul Iman. Nurul Iman have two good friends name Lana and Azadan. They are the kids from hometown and a school. They are close...

    Family, Friendship, Interpersonal communication 1456  Words | 7  Pages

  • Movie Review

    Repeatedly emphasized the need for the neophyte oath to be faithful to her peak of the ritual. Misunderstanding as to have a neophyte in a collaboration of rival fraternity, there was a bloody battle that killed two neophyte lives. In the last part of the movie, Sid Lucero (Mark Gil) the strongest applicant, now runs initiation ritual. In a scene, the master asked and if you do not answer the question correctly they press its switch button and the neophyte will suffer the current with Ronnie Roxas, Jr.....

    Film, Fraternal and service organizations, Fraternities and sororities 564  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review

    Movie Reviews 42 (2013) gives its audience a feeling of sympathy towards Jackie Robinson while also having you feel a burning hatred towards the people that mistreated him. The movie 42 is a time portal back to the 1940’s when soldiers were returning home from war, baseball was America’s sport, and segregation was still occurring. It is the true story of Jackie Robinson’s (Chadwick Boseman) first two years in the big leagues of baseball. The trials and tribulations that he had to overcome as...

    African American, American Psycho, Baseball 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review

    Synopsis : This movie follows about a couple of husband and wife that has three children. One of their children is Kate, who suffers leukimia disease and Kate have younger sister, Anna. Anna forced her self to be passive at school because she need to support her sister in order to make sure Kate continue her life. Then, Anna get know she need to donate her kidneys to Kate because Kate suffers from renal failure. Kate asked Anna to sued their parents because Kate would not survive the surgery and...

    Birth order, Ethics, Family 1590  Words | 5  Pages

  • Movie Review

    A few good men 1 Teresa Gamble ADJ-235 .Movie Review A few good men January 13, 2013 A few good men 2 I choose to watch the movie “A few good men”. The story line goes as where Tom Cruise is asked to defend two marines who are charged with murder of a fellow officer. During the investigation it was found that the marines were ordered what they call a Code Red. A code red is where disciplinary measure is told to the marine when a member offends...

    A Few Good Men, Demi Moore, Ethics 1425  Words | 4  Pages

  • Critical Movie Review Psychology: Girl, Interrupted

    Critical Movie Review “Girl, Interrupted” This movie revolves around a young woman named Susanna in the 1960s who is experiencing mental issues and ends up in a mental institution. Her journey focuses on her relationship with several of the other patients and nurses. At first she doesn’t believe she is ill, and resists her treatment, instead befriending another patient, Lisa, who takes her on many adventures inside and outside of the hospital. Lisa leads her down the wrong path which ends in the...

    Abnormal psychology, Antisocial personality disorder, Borderline personality disorder 888  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review

    The movie World Trade Center (2006) directed by Oliver Stone centers around the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The movie follows two Port Authority officers, John McLoughlin and Will Jimeno, who attempt to aid in the rescue of 9-11 victims. While trying to make their way to help victims in the first Tower that had been hit, they become trapped under the rubble without an ability to get free or call for help. The movie centers on the struggles faced by these two men to overcome fear, pain...

    Al-Qaeda, Attack, Attack! 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review

    Movie Review Title: Taare Zameen Par (Every Child is Special) Setting: Mumbai India and Panchgani’s New Era High School Characters: Ishaan Awashti- is an 8-year-old boy, he has a disease called dyslexia wherein he sees reversed letters or “dancing” letters and has poor mathematical capacities, due to that manner he hates coming to class and sometimes cuts them, he is always has a failing grade on exams, a wrong answer during recitation, and always placed on detention; even though...

    Art, Boarding school, Education 1312  Words | 4  Pages

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     Individual: You are the Movie Critic September 30, 2013 HUM/150 On a scale of one to five I would rate the film the omen (1976) four stars. I feel that the film is an excellent horror film and is very true to the horror genre. The film has all of the makings of a classic film and has had much success in the horror genre. The purpose of horror films is to elicit negative reactions from the films audience. The film the Omen does just this with its...

    Damien Thorn, Film, Horror and terror 1552  Words | 4  Pages

  • Remember the Titans: Movie Review

    Remember the Titans Movie Review The arrival of African slaves, sold in the plantations of colonial America, definitely triggered a superior-inferior relationship and mentality between “the whites” and “the blacks”. This present-day culture, resulting from a society of masters and slaves, has struggled against central concepts deeply rooted in the nations past .With strong cultural values on racial discrimination, the path towards the concept of racism in America was a vital moment in the course...

    African American, Alexandria, Virginia, Bill Yoast 1002  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review: Remember the Titans

    Movie Review: Remember the Titans In 1971, the black and white schools in Alexandria, Virginia were forced to integrate and became T.C. Williams High School. There were in the community. Above al that, the white football coach, Bill Yoast, was replaced by a black football coach, Herman Boone. There was uproar among the white players and their parents because their white head coach was being replaced. The players attended a training camp where white and black players do not mix. An exception...

    Alexandria, Virginia, Bill Yoast, Black people 925  Words | 3  Pages

  • I Am Sam Psychology Movie Review

    1. Movie Title I Am Sam 2. Year of Production 2001 (Theatrical) – 2002 (Home Video) 3. Feature Length 134 Minutes 4. Director Jessie Nelson 5. Producers and Studio Director/Producer Jessie Nelson, Executive Producer David Scott Rubin & Producers Edward Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz, Richard Solomon. New Line Home Entertainment 6. Major Character Cast Sam Dawson played by Sean Penn Rita Harrison played by Michelle Pfeiffer Lucy Diamond Dawson played by Dakota Fanning ...

    Developmental disability, Disability, Down syndrome 480  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review of "Gladiator" the Movie

    of government but is murdered by his own son Commodus before his wish is fulfilled. SETTING: The story took place at the Roman Empire, 180 AD. The movie begins on the German Frontier, and then moves to Spain, then to North Africa, then to the City of Rome, capital of the Roman Empire. THEME: The movie Gladiator shows us the values of the people who hold the power of leadership in ancient Rome. Even though the moral lesson of the story is very common, the incest and...

    Ancient Rome, Augustus, Commodus 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review

    started to act to bring them back. Thus, the romantic convolutions between Sam Shakusky and Suzy Bishop; caused a disruption within the ‘stagnant’ plot, brought the involvement of different characters, and changed the portrayal of each scene in the movie. The community of New Penzance was stagnant. The people keep doing the same thing every day, and the community was divided into groups of people, for example; the Khaki Scout, the Island Patrol, and etc. These things keep the whole community to...

    Bias, Journalist, Love 1186  Words | 2  Pages

  • How to Write a Movie Review

    to Write a Movie Review Writing a movie review is a great way of expressing your opinion of a movie.  The purpose of most movie reviews is to help the reader in determining whether they want to watch, rent or buy the movie.  The review should give enough details about the movie that the reader can make an informed decision, without giving anyway any essentials such as the plot or any surprises.  Below are our guidelines and tips for writing a good movie review. 1. Watch the movie The first...

    Book review, Critic, Film 496  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychology Literature Review

    on body image across a wide age range is investigated. It is hypothesized that the mass media and peer influence have a negative effect on the way the general population feel about their body in terms to weight, and the following five literature reviews make an effort to validate the hypothesis. In a research study by Dohnt & Tiggemann (2006), two questions served as guidance for the study. First, would the exposure to television and magazines produce a negative effect on children’s body image satisfaction...

    Anorexia nervosa, Body image, Body mass index 1964  Words | 7  Pages

  • Psychological Movie Review

    mind. To learn how learn more about how psychological problems can affect people’s lifestyle we can compare movie films with our knowledge that we have acquired in psychology class. The movie “The Perks of being a Wallflower” shows characters with different psychological problems and altered states of mind. The movie also does a good job of showing how drugs can make you act. The movie “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is about a freshman boy named Charlie that just lost his best friend to suicide...

    Mental disorder, Psychiatry, Psychological trauma 1292  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Review Of The Movie Entourage

    Choice #1: Movie Review Entourage – The Movie Brief Overview: The Entourage movie is a spinoff movie of a very successful HBO television series that follows the life of a superstar actor, Vincent Chase and his friends Turtle, Eric, Drama, and his agent Ari Gold as they attempt their toughest challenge ever, Vince not only starring but also directing in a summer blockbuster movie. There are lots of twists and turns for them to finish the movie on time, on budget, and to be the best movie of the summer...

    Entourage, Film 2339  Words | 4  Pages

  • Psychology Movie Report

    Movie Report In the Intro of Psychology course, I learned many concepts that relate to the real world and what we do in our everyday life. The psychology concept that I learned was social psychology. Social psychology is the scientific study of how we think about, influence, and relate it to one another. We can relate to social psychology because we interact with others daily. We understand the behavior of our friends and families individually when in a social concept. The prime examples of...

    Amanda Seyfried, Amy Poehler, Identity 1126  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Great Escape Movie Review

    The Great Escape Movie Review Yash Desai *POW = Prisoner of War “The Great Escape” directed by John Sturges is a movie of high standard and excellence. This action packed adventure, released in 1963, takes place in Germany at the peak of World War II. Taking us back to 1942, The Great Escape documents the escape of 76 prisoners from a special Stalag (prison camp), designed specifically for them. By contrasting color cinematography with a classical soundtrack, the movie successfully blends the...

    Film, Film score, James Garner 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review of Macbeth

    contexts. I have chosen to write a positive movie review of the 2010 television version of Macbeth, produced by Rupert Goold with Patrick Stewart in the title role and Kate Fleetwood as Lady Macbeth. My purpose is to illustrate how this version of Macbeth, even though it is set in modern times and it is not always loyal to Shakespeare’s work, is still able to enhance the main themes and portray the characters with the same traits. I chose to write a movie review as I thought it would be interesting to...

    Cold War, Film, Joseph Stalin 1091  Words | 4  Pages

  • Movie Review: Seven Pounds

    Gerron Herring English 1020 Dr. Oneal Movie Review: Seven Pounds “God created the earth in seven days and I shattered mine in seven sec”. This quote from the very beginning of the movie seven pounds was the first and last referral to Christianity. The movie Seven Pounds hardly refers to any religion which really makes me think that it is the purpose to see the underline of the story. Even though Seven Pounds does not make it evident that the storyline is not referring directly to Christianity...

    Christ, Christianity, Film 1121  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review: Girl, Interrupted

    The movie Girl, Interrupted is based on the book Girl, Interrupted, by Susanna Kaysen. I would like to say that it is loosely based because although the actress, Winona Ryder, does portray Kaysen’s borderline personality, it seems that Angelina Jolie, who is Lisa Rowe in the movie, steals the spotlight. Girl, Interrupted is about a young girl who is put into the mental ward after an attempted suicide which she claims she was basically trying to leave a lot of stress she had from various experiences...

    Antisocial personality disorder, Borderline personality disorder, Mental disorder 823  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wanted Movie Film review

    who wants to be the total opposite of himself and then he discovers later on that his life is actually gar different from what he thought it was. The story of Wanted is very intriguing. It is not the typical group vs. group story. It is a gangster movie with a lot of twists especially in Wesley's life. * screenplay The lines of the actors are all good and very appropriate as well as the choice of location and the choice of props. * direction I love the idea where there are times that they put...

    Action film, Assassination, Bruce Lee 1625  Words | 6  Pages

  • Samsom and Delilah, movie review

    becomes extremely hard to make a decision between whether making a wordless film or attracting numerous audiences is a bigger accomplishment. It is amazing that the audience fails to realize the film’s male protagonist during the entire movie. The setting of the movie is in the arid Aboriginal outback. Being a motion picture, Samson and Delilah is remarkably restrained, but with a rich impact (Sluis, 2010). In the opening scenes Warwick Thornton, the first-time feature director, sets the routine of...

    Audience, Audience theory, Delilah 929  Words | 3  Pages

  • Inception Movie Review

    Inception: Movie Review Jul 15, 2010 - By Mali Elfman 54 Share0 diggs digg11More It’s that time… time for all of you to go out and experience Inception. Some of you may have seen the film, others not, I have tried my best to keep any and all spoilers out of this review while still talking about the film as a whole. If you haven’t seen it, you should be fairly safe, if you have, there’s plenty for you to argue with me about as this is a rather massive review to reflect my enormous opinion...

    Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan, Cillian Murphy 1355  Words | 4  Pages

  • Deer Hunter Movie Review

    Craig Kidd Downing Psychology of the Movies Summer II 2009 The Deer Hunter Movie Review The character’s I enjoyed watching the most were the members of the group who were left behind from Vietnam, John and Axel. I liked the simplistic innocence that they possessed. Axel’s reply to everything was simple and straight to the point, “Fuckin’ A!” Even if he didn’t understand all of the emotions welling up between his comrades, he would still give the same answer. John, the bar owner was the...

    Deer, Emotion, English-language films 934  Words | 3  Pages

  • Argo Movie Review

    IB History of Europe 12B Mrs. Akker Argo Movie review 31 March 2013 Argo is a movie about the US’s problems with Iran in the 1980’s. I was pleasantly surprised to find it very enjoyable. I don’t tend to enjoy history movies or documentaries, but the plot really captured my attention. I like that the filmmaker gave some background information regarding the conflict because this allowed the viewer to understand what was going on. At the end of the movie, pictures were shown comparing the real events...

    Actor, Central Intelligence Agency, Film 858  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychological Movie Review of Girl Interupted

    Psychology 100 – Movie Review Assignment (100 points) Instructions: Each student is to watch a movie of their choosing and write a review that addresses at least 10 psychological principles throughout the text, including chapters that have not yet been covered. The assignment involves three parts: Expectation Points Possible Earned Points 1. A summary brief of the movie. 10 2. A LIST of the principles, definitions, and the application to the movie. (4/concept and definition)(4/application) ...

    Antisocial personality disorder, Borderline personality disorder, Histrionic personality disorder 1933  Words | 7  Pages

  • Last of the Mohicans Movie Review

    The last of the Mohicans review The last of the Mohicans was a movie that really appealed to me from the beginning because of the heroism and the action into it. The main characters in this movie were Daniel day- Lewis as Nathanial Poe (Hawkeye) and Madeline Stowe as Cora Munro. The movie could be described as a romantic action like a Spiderman or a superman movie always needs the girl to give motivation to the main character but it is a historical drama. The movie was 112 minutes long, it contains...

    Antagonist, Emotion, Europe 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review For The Hunger Games

    Movie Review for The Hunger Games Selena Guo Over the last two classes, we finished watching the movie The Hunger Games. I really enjoy the movie and I feel amazed after watching it. It is remarkable and fantastic. The movie is directed by Gary Ross and is an adaptation of the first in a set of three fantasy books written by Suzanne Collins. It is released in year 2012. Jennifer Lawrence is one of the primary actors and she plays the leading role as Katniss...

    Acting, Actor, Film 945  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Happening Movie Review

    after finding all of the soldiers there has killed themselves using barbed wire. Josh and Jared- teenage boys who joins up with Elliot, Alma and Jess. Mrs. Jones- a woman who lives alone in an isolated house in rural Pennsylvania. Setting The movie took place at the state of Philadelphia. Plot Central Park, New York it all started. As people doing their usual routine a plague strikes as people started killing themselves, rumored to be a bio-terrorist attack that quickly spreads throughout...

    American film actors, Attack!, Garry Bushell 1193  Words | 4  Pages

  • The King's Speech Movie Review

    King's Speech Review The King's Speech is a movie about a royal monarch with a severe speech impediment. He has suffered from a stammer his entire life. When his father, who is king, passes away the throne is given to an elder brother. The brother choses to abdicate the throne, forcing the duke into power. Required to give speeches, he seeks help from an unlicensed speech therapist. The movie is his journey to overcome the stammer and take the throne as king. My opinion of the movie is well casted...

    Edward VII of the United Kingdom, Edward VIII of the United Kingdom, George V of the United Kingdom 884  Words | 3  Pages

  • Crash Movie Review

     Movie Review: Crash Jason T. Rettinger Ohio University Abstract This paper will investigate and review the motion picture Crash that I recently watched. During the course of this paper, I will be identifying the four theories (prejudice, stereotype, collectivistic culture and individualistic culture) and discussing said theories while providing movie examples that support those theories. I will conclude the paper by noting that although issues such as prejudice and stereotyping exist and...

    Anxiety, Culture, Film 1686  Words | 8  Pages

  • Movie Review: Cool Runnings

    01/04/14 Cool Running's Movie Review By Richard Tea Perspective is important, regarding the final judgement and rating of what a movie deserves. It depends on the audience and critics themselves, depending if they truly think if it's ratings should be positive or negative. In an overall perspective from an audience, this movie was great. It was evident that there was not many bits lacking towards the film itself. Although, minor changes and fixes could have increased ratings and the qualities in...

    Actor, Bobsleigh, Cool Runnings 1124  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Pursuit of Happiness a Movie Review

    The Pursuit of Happiness: A Movie Review The Pursuit of Happiness is a movie about a struggling salesperson who takes custody of his son, as he is ready to begin a life-changing experience. The movie stars Will Smith, with co-stars Jaden Smith, Thandie Newton, Brian Howe, Kurt Fuller, and James Karen, among many others. Will Smith, who plays Chris Gardner, is a great man deep down and just wants to do right, but everything just seems to be falling apart at the same time. Chris causes financial...

    Film, Film criticism, Film score 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • Life is Beautiful Movie Review

    Liz Burgess English 152-06 The movie Life if Beautiful by Roberto Benigni addresses how love between people can remain strong even through the most horrible of events. The movie takes a very interesting approach on how a father can bring comedy and light to the events of the Holocaust to maintain his son’s happiness. I personally thought this movie was excellent because it challenged the way that most people would want to think about the Holocaust. It is hard to bring an element of comedy to...

    71st Academy Awards, Film, Life Is Beautiful 1133  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pursuit of Happyness Movie Review

    Movie Review: Pursuit of Happyness Being homeless, separated, and forced to raise a five year old isn’t exactly the ideal state for most people, but this is where Chris Gardner (Will Smith) finds himself. The year is 1981, and Chris has completely gambled away all of his money into buying bone marrow scanners to sell. Once his nagging wife Linda (Thandie Newton) leaves Chris and their son Christopher (Jaden Smith, Will’s own son), Chris realizes he has to make a change in their lives. While doing...

    Chris Gardner, Film, The Pursuit of Happyness 1201  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review Cleopatra

    Movie Review of “Cleopatra” The legendary story of Cleopatra has endured for over two thousand years. Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s 1963 epic movie, “Cleopatra”, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rex Harrison and Richtard Burton depicts the end of Ancient Egypt’s Ptolemaic dynasty with the fall of Cleopatra. Cleopatra was in fact the last of the great the pharaohs of Egypt and it can be said that she was as famous as Elizabeth Taylor who had been chosen to portray the fascinating ruler. Cleopatra was an intelligent...

    Alexandria, Ancient Rome, Augustus 2277  Words | 6  Pages

  • Precious Movie Review

    Precious Summary The film Precious directed by Lee Daniels is a solemn movie dealing with the unfortunate truths of everyday life for some individuals. The film staring Gabourey Sidibe who plays the main character Clarice “Precious” Jones along with co-stars Mariah Carey and Leni Kravitz is based in the Ghetto of Harlem in the year of 1987. Precious is a sixteen year-old illiterate morbidly obese teenager whom has grown up in the Ghetto of Harlem in a dysfunctional family. Her mother Mary verbally...

    Abuse, Bullying, Child abuse 1321  Words | 4  Pages

  • 'Banting' movie film review

    Fathul Hanif 1301234I Film Review Movie: Banting Director: M. Raihan Halim Distributed By: Papahan Films Cast: Izyan Mellyna Ishak, Mastura Ahmad, Fauzie Laily, Osman Zailani, Jimmy Taenaka Words: 649 A truly entertaining film for the masses, M. Raihan Halim’s ‘Banding’ makes its way into the local big screens, taking theatres by storm. Released in October 2014, ‘Banding’ was set to rock the local cinemas as the first Singapore Malay film since the 1970’s. ’Banting’ is one the eight films selected...

    Film, Film criticism, Film theory 733  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Movie Review Of Amadeus

    Dalia Selman The Modern World Movie Review 2/25/2014 Amadeus Movie Review The movie Amadeus depicts the life of Mozart from Salieri's tainted perspective. In this paper I will be analyzing three of the most notable scenes I felt while watching the movie. The first notable scene, where mozart complexities are revealed. The second scene in which Salieri begs god for his "breath" and for a sign that he loves him, intended to show is desperation. At last, the third scene I will be analyzing is...

    Boy, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1165  Words | 5  Pages

  • Movie Review (Silicon Valley)

    OF SILICON VALLEY (1999) Cast: Noah Wyle, Anthony Michael Hall, Joey Slotnick, Jeffrey Nordling, Josh Hopkins Director: Martyn Burke Review: This past weekend I watched the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley by Martyn Burke. The movie is a flawed but intriguing character study of two of the most extraordinary individuals of our modern technological era. The movie is historically inaccurate. Nevertheless, it manages to capture the essence of how much of modern computing came to be: the cluelessness...

    Anthony Michael Hall, Computer, Graphical user interface 1212  Words | 3  Pages

  • "The Patriot" Movie Review

    The Patriot Movie Review I. Title- The Patriot Production Date- June 28th 2000 Major Characters- Benjamin Martin: Mel Gibson Gabriel Martin: Heath Ledger Charlotte Selton: Joely Richardson Johnny Issacs: William Tavington Lisa Brenner: Anne Howard Charles Cornwallis: Tom Wilkinson II. Movie Summary: "The Patriot" takes place during the Revolutionary War. It's...

    American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, Continental Army 1226  Words | 4  Pages

  • Titanic(Movie Review)

    America, to be married to Cal Hockley (Billy Zane), a situation she is not thrilled about. Sparks fly when Dawson manages to talk Rose out of jumping overboard, but tragedy awaits as the unsinkable ship hits and iceberg and begins to flounder. In the movie, this story is presented to the audience as a flashback. The narrator is Rose, 101 years old, with the last name Dawson. She tells the story to a treasure hunter (Bill Paxton), who is looking for the famous (and valuable) Heart of the Ocean, a diamond...

    Bill Paxton, Billy Zane, Film 1630  Words | 4  Pages

  • Movie Review : August Rush

    My review is on the movie August Rush. It is one of my favorite movie. It stars Kerri Russell and Robin Williams in it. It even has that little boy (Freddie Highmore) who plays from the Spiderwick Chronicles and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This movie is full of heart and soul. There is beautiful music in it. And I do not know where they found all these adorable children to play in this movie, they are cute. Especially the little black girl. I think she has the best lines in the whole movie...

    Academy Award for Best Original Song, August Rush, Freddie Highmore 1544  Words | 4  Pages

  • Soul Surfer Movie Review

    goal; to become a professional surfer. A few years later in 2007, Bethany Hamilton finally became a professional surfer. Movie Review: Many people looked up to Bethany as a true inspiration and in 2011 a movie called ‘Soul Surfer’ was made based on Bethany’s struggle through life and her incredible, positive attitude as she made her comeback to surfing. Throughout the movie, Bethany Hamilton played by AnnaSophia Robb, always looked up to God and was a very strong Christian believer. At only 13...

    AnnaSophia Robb, Bethany Hamilton, English-language films 988  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pulp Fiction: Movie Review

    MOVIE REVIEW, PULP FICTION JOE HERNANDEZ SOCI 220 – AMERICAN POP CULTURE Instructor: Odessa K. Chavous What is Pulp Fiction? I’d like to think it is one of the 5 best films ever made. Now why is that? You have every aspect that you are looking in a film. Great character actors, great theme, incredible soundtrack, and a story line that, when you leave the theater, you think to yours self, “oh sh**”. Now, all kidding aside, this is one of the best films ever made. Quentin Tarantino was...

    Culture, Film, John Travolta 1254  Words | 4  Pages

  • The City of God Movie Review

    Adam Theis World Civ2 Movie Review The City of God The movie The City of God, which was produced by Fernando Meirelles, was a very different film compared to any other that I have seen. The movie takes place during the 1960’s and 70’s in Brazil. This was an extremely harsh and violent time and is still as bad today. To understand the movie, something to know is there are mainly two types of people in this movie, hoods and people that aren’t hoods. Hood was a word used to describe what in today’s...

    Brazil, Crime, Fernando Meirelles 1574  Words | 4  Pages

  • Movie Review Essay Milk

    Professor Richard Primuth MW 2:00-3:20 Movie Review Essay September 5, 2012 Milk’s Story Told Right The 2008 film Milk is based on a true story about a political leader who desired to see a change in America, specifically the freedom of choice and speech towards homosexuals. The motion picture takes place after Harvey Milk’s 40th birthday and captures the rest of his life as he strives to convince America to let the gay community out of the closet. The movie portrays the historical activist very...

    Dan White, Dianne Feinstein, George Moscone 749  Words | 3  Pages

  • Casablanca Movie Review

    Catherine Cox October 10, 2011 Casablanca Movie Review Grade 9 drama A The movie watched from September 26th to the 28th in Mr. Sheridan’s class was Casablanca. It was produced by Hal .B. Wallis, directed by Michael Curtiz with music done by Max Steiner. It is based on a play written by Murray Burnett and Joan Allison called “Everybody comes to Rick’s”, a contract was signed by the original writers, giving Warner Bros. complete ownership of the play. Warner Bros. then hired Julius J. Epstein...

    Casablanca, English-language films, Film 2824  Words | 7  Pages

  • Movie Review and Analysis

    Movie Review and Analysis Movie- Outsourced (2006) Outsourced is a romantic comedy film, written by George Wing and John Jeffcoat, and directed by John Jeffcoat, released in September 2006. This movie reflects well on intercultural differences between American and Indian cultures Plot3: When a Seattle-based US firm Western Novelty decides to outsource its call centre to India, it asks Mr. Todd Anderson (Josh Hamilton) to train his replacement in India, which he has to accept reluctantly....

    Greeks, Marriage, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 908  Words | 3  Pages

  • Movie Review: Journey to Justice

    Movie Review: Journey to Justice “Journey to Justice” is a documentary about the issue of civil rights in Canada during the twentieth century. It focuses on the role of central people who took vital actions to end the issue of racial discrimination. The movie clearly portrays the experiences of black Canadians thorough interviews of key persons including Ray Lewis, Fred Christy, Stanley Grizzle, and Viola Desmond. Throughout the twentieth century, key players in the black community...

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