• Gran Torino
    Movie Analysis Due ____________________ Name/# ________________________________ Film: Gran Torino Meet Walter . . . |(16 points) After watching only the first two scenes (funeral and the gathering at his house that followed...
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  • The Fourth Law of Robotics
    Laws from a few vantage points: philosophy, artificial intelligence and some systems theories. <br> <br>An immediate question springs to mind : HOW will a robot identify a human being? Surely, in an age of perfect androids, constructed of organic materials, no superficial, outer scanning will...
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  • Representation of Women in Horror
    anything during the film to have deserved to be treated so horrifyingly. Her own husband and “friends” go against her and allow her to be literally raped by the devil. This addresses the issues to do with rape and the anti-rape movement that was happening at the time of production. The anti-rape...
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  • Snjay Leela Bansali-the Postcard Maker
    fantastically lit and exquisitely framed shots where narrative plays the role of a needle to string along the art on offer. It is heartbreaking to see a director like SLB, who is so defiantly ostentatious, borrow plot points from foreign films like "My Left Foot"," Whose Life Is It Anyway","The Sea...
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  • Cabeza de Vaca
    were conquered. The most symbolic icon was the cross, which was reoccurring during the film. Religion is a big issue, which was the focal point in this incredible true story....
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  • The Crucible
    both the play and the film conveyed the same message in the end, there were certain things changed in the film along the way to get to the same point. Changes were made very early on in the film, and possibly worked out for the better. From the beginning, the play was altered so that in the film we...
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  • Analysis Harold and Kumar
    find scrubs to disguise themselves in and in a mix up are confused as surgeons who are to operate on a gun shot victim. Kumar’s “natural” ability in health and medicine allows him to successfully operate on the victim and save his life. This ends up being the turning point in the film for Kumar...
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  • Case Study: Mcdonald's
    fast food and obesity issues; therefore the issue became the subject of films, jokes, and recently our nation’s first lady (Michelle Obama) and Beyonce. “ The Menu Education and Labeling Act (MEAL) stated that the name of the food on any menu, the number of calories, grams of saturated fat plus tans...
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  • Movie Analysis Requirements
    Film Analysis Assignment – Small Group Communication _________________________________________________________________________________________ Watch:        Any of the following films: “Apollo 13” (1995) “The Dream Team” (1989) “The Flight of the Phoenix” (1993) “The Breakfast Club...
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  • Film: Philadelphia, Aids/Gay
    overcome his misconceptions about the disease, about those who contract it, and about gay people in general. In this film its about AIDS a concerning diseses that is around today, sexuality is the issue in this film. The whole court case should be the main factor that he has AIDS but the issue...
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  • Kieslowski and Religion
    The Decalogue Films of Krzysztof Kieslowski: The Essentially Christian World-View of an Atheist* 1 The issue of religious and Christian belief among artists, and in the case of my research, filmmakers, is a point of considerable interest in the ever more crucial dialogue between religion and...
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  • Facebook
    personal gain. Nonetheless, no one seems to have sued Zuckerberg for this particular case in the movie despite it being an important issue. The film poses an important case against intellectual property right. It asks the audience the question of who owns any idea. Is it the one who came up with it...
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  • Book vs Film- Lolita
    Lolita Book versus film Many people today find themselves in the situation of making choises considering different situations. From important day life issues to small details in our lives, we are forced to think about the best solutions to live good lives. One...
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  • Framework
    that is).         Problems cannot be articulated except within a conceptual system. No inquirer can investigate a problem from all perspectives simultaneously. And that is what a logical structure or theoretical framework is all about. It establishes a vantage point, a perspective, a set of...
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  • Crash Critic
    one thing I didn't like about the film. When you have someone in Hollywood that really wants to get a point across there is no subtlety involved. So expect to beaten over the head with racial slurs and people who are over the top racist. I thought the film should have focused more on the subtlety...
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  • Sociology Paper on the Move the Departed
    of view, if you want something you got to take it. Captain Queenan and his fellow officers vow to protect and serve the law. These points strengthen the bonds for each group, but puts further distance of the two groups from coming to any mutual understanding. Many of Costigan’s troubles in the film...
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  • The Historical Relationship Between History and Cinema
    understood not all the same, as is the movies can also be placed in the literature. To use the film in addition to its documentary aspect, the work of Marc Ferro points to the issue that the film witness even being produced under conditions of censorship (Soviet and Nazi Cinema), as the film goes beyond the...
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  • Enhancing Film-Induced Tourism: an Analysis Into How to Increase a Country’s Exposure to Filmmakers in Pre-Production Promotion.
    by Destination Marketing Organisations (“DMOs”) have been trying to address this issue using personalities of places as emotional selling points. A trend unforeseen by DMO’s only emerging in recent decades has influenced travelling decisions greatly, generated by the increased influence of the...
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  • How Do Aspects of Mise-En-Scene Shape Our Understanding of and Response to the Characters in the Death Sequence of Cacoyannis’ Zorba the Greek?
    from the audience, especially women, because it amplifies issues of gender inequality in society. The time frame for this sequence of film is taken from 01:44 to 01:47, consisting of approximately 3 minutes of film time. Zorba the Greek is set on the island of Crete and tells the story of a...
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  • Philadelphia the Movie
    of Andrew Beckett, a highly respected lawyer and senior associate at the largest corporate law firm in Philadelphia, a homosexual and an AIDS suffer. Beckett however keeps the two later points concealed from the law firm an act of dissembling he believe necessary to retain his job. The film enables...
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