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    My Favourite Film

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    not be afraid to tell that it is James Cameron’s the best work which I had seen. The film which has brought definitive triumph to the director‚ and improbable glory to actor’s structure‚ including executors of main roles - Leonardo Di Caprio and Kate Winslet. In the picture the director tries to show all tragedy of destruction of "Titanic"‚ in the smallest details describing each detail of accident. The notable girl and the poor young man fall in love in each other onboard Titanic and their love proceeds

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    was produced in 2004 by Michel Gondry. It is a remarkable experience which is only to be expected from the screenwriter Charlie Kaufman. This film bounces around crazily on its timeline but the director never abandons the audience. Jim Carrey and Kate WInslet are our leading stars in this film‚ playing Joel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a beautiful romantic comedy mixed with a little fantasy and science fiction. It is full of real emotions and real characters

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    God of Carnage

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    character. When reading‚ the reader portrays each of the characters as he/ she believes them to be‚ but then another reader could have a difference of opinion and change the whole attitude; this was the case if you consider the readers to be myself and Kate Winslet. Although Annette often appears to be conciliatory‚ her counterpart Nancy seems more invested in ending in the conflict. In the play Annette is trying to work out the situation going on between the boys with no conflict between the parents‚ and

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    Film Review CA

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    Titanic is James Cameron’s two hundred million dollar film portraying the real tragic voyage of the Titanic passenger liner as it sunk in the North Atlantic ocean during the April of 1912. The film is one hundred and ninety four minutes long which- fascinating factoid- is longer than the journey of the Titanic. Oh the bitter irony. You have to admit‚ Cameron is pretty gutsy to just assume people will watch his three-hour movie despite knowing EXACTLY what happens in the end. If you don’t know then

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    Titanic Critical Review

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    Cherbourg‚ France and then to Queenstown‚ Ireland to pick up additional passengers on April 10th‚ 1912. During this epic journey a poor thriving artist named Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and a 17 year old rich girl named Rose DeWitt Bukator (Kate Winslet) fall in love‚ until one tragic night‚ their enchanted love for one another turned into a desperate struggle for survival on a ship that was about to plummet to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean. During the film Rose had found several different

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    understand representation from a woman’s point of view and to explain women’s writing strategies as specific to their social conditions.(Meyer). I will be applying feminist criticism to the movie Revolutionary Road. In the movie April‚ played by Kate Winslet‚ is married to Frank who is played by Leonardo DiCaprio the story is staged in the 1950’s. When watching the movie one’s first impression of Amy might be that she is domineering and she seems as if she is the antagonist in her marriage to Frank

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    Titanic & the Notebook

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    played by Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams who are madly in love. The film was released May 20th of 2004. The next is Titanic‚ it is a romantic film directed by James Cameron and was released November 1st‚ 1997. Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jack and Kate Winslet plays Rose‚ the two star-crossed lovers that meet on the ship. The aspect of language I will be comparing between the two artifacts is the emotional aspect and how deeply emotions play a role in language. In order to achieve a stable relationship

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    played‚ and their mastering of the characters bring personality and feeling to the screen. The story of the movie bases around two of these such characters who happen to be undergoing the same feelings of love but in strikingly different ways. Kate Winslet plays the wild‚ fatally romantic Marianne who cannot control her feelings. Opposite her is the experienced Emma Thompson who plays the reserved‚ intelligent Eleanor who is far more sensitive than she ever lets on. These two sisters embark on

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    Titanic Movie Review

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    Titanic Movie Review Titanic (1997) is a wonderful love story based on real life events‚ as told by Rose‚ the main character of the story. Kate Winslet captured her character beautifully‚ acting as if she were really in a higher class in 1912. Most of this movie takes place on the Titanic‚ although some of it takes place in present time when Old Rose tells stories about her time on the ship. The whole movie seems like a flashback to April 1912. The movie is powerful‚ wonderful‚ and at times

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    Titanic Summary

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    Titanic Summary Titanic is a flawlessly crafted film that includes both a dramatic lavishing romance and the historical story of the sinking of the Titanic. It stars both the elegant star‚ Kate Winslet and the gorgeous Leonardo DiCaprio in a fictional romance that begins between a rich girl and a poor boy who meet on the voyage of the “unsinkable ship”‚ Titanic. It is narrated by an old woman known as Rose who claims to be a survivor of the Titanic and tells her experience on the Titanic to a

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