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  • Movie Presents
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    The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition, defines documentary as: 1. Consisting of, concerning, or based on documents. 2. Presenting facts objectively without editorializing or inserting fictional matter, as in a book or film. Academic bias. com is the website to which viewers are directed for more information about the film. On this site, it is stated, "In this cutting expos'e, documentary filmmakers Maloney, Browning and Greenberg shine a light on political corr...
  • Bowling For Columbine
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    Bowling for Columbine In 2002 Michael Moore's film "Bowling for Columbine" won the Oscar for best documentary. Unfortunately, in my opinion I do not believe that this movie is a documentary or truth. Bowling for Columbine is FICTION! The movie makes its points by easily deceiving and misleading the viewer. Moore uses deception as its primary tool of persuasion and effect. A major theme in Bowling for Columbine is that the NRA is cold hearted towards the killings. In the movie Charlton Heston (Pr...
  • Bad Guys Fight As The Movies
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    10/7/04 Hollywood vs. History: The Alamo The Alamo was one of the most astounding and critical battles of our country. Its men were ruthless in their bravery and love of their country. Their mission for independence lives on in the hearts of all American's today. Their legacy lives on forever and their courageous souls are still in the heart of the people of the lone star state. This is the story of bravery, love, tyranny, and liberty. This is the story of the Alamo The battle of the Alamo only ...
  • Fate Of The Non Fiction Film
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    In the final years of the twentieth century, rare is the documentary that attracts mass audiences or attention. At a time when people get to declare their desire for entertainment in a multitude of media, the fate of the non-fiction film that attempts to tell a true story is not a happy one. But there are documentaries that succeed at the box office and even achieve status as popular fare, mostly either by appealing to a specialized audience of sufficient size, or taking a point of view that mas...
  • Movie Stars William Gates And Arthur Agee
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    Hoop Dreams: Trying to make dreams come true In the movie Hoop Dreams, we are introduced to two teens that both have dreams of making it to the NBA. The movie stars William Gates and Arthur Agee. Both teens are recruited to play for St. Joseph high school. After their freshman year, the boys are already headed on opposite paths. Arthur did not do as well as William, so he has to leave the school. William begins on the Varsity team and begins to rise. William grows into the star of the basketball...

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