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  • Best Parts Of The Movie
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    Movie Review: A Time To Kill never read A Time To Kill by John Grisham because the book bored me. But I wonder why it did bore me because the movie was engrossing and entertaining. Maybe it is because Akiva Golds man took out most of the boring parts. I usually love Grisham, but this book was just too slow. However, another thing that made the movie more entertaining is the actors. The movie begins with the rape scene that you have probably heard about. If you haven't, it's a quick-edited scene ...
  • Entertainment Industry For Some Things
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    This Is Your Brain On Bondage. The entertainment industry has come a long way since the invention of movies and television. It opened the door to a vast new world. If it's comedy you want, it will deliver. If it's action you crave, it can give that to you too. It also has romances, thrillers, horrors, musicals, fantasies, sci-fi, mysteries, and even gratuitous sex, otherwise known as pornography. And because of this the entertainment industry has also had a lot of controversy. Many people disagr...
  • Hit Job Melvin
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    The Big Hit Review One of my favorite movies is called The Big Hit. I rate this movie excellent because it meets the three criteria of an entertaining action / adventure show. The first criterion is that the show must have action scenes of gun shooting, car chasing, and full contact physical fighting. Second, the show has to be entertaining through the use of humor. Finally, there must be some light romance through the story line. This movie's action begins with a contract killer named Melvin, a...
  • Major Concern With The Content Of Media
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    Does the entertainment media reflect the standards of the American people, or does the entertainment media define the standards of the American people? This question is difficult to answer because of the complex interaction between American culture and the entertainment industry. To some extent, the entertainment media does gets feedback on what viewers want to see in the form of Nielson ratings and box office returns. But the simple fact remains that the content produced and delivered by way of...
  • Same Thing As A Slave
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    The movie Amistad is a 4 star film because I believe it is historically accurate, very effective in showing the way slaves were treated, and the way slavery and the American judicial system worked during the Antebellum period. The movie was also a good watch, and was entertaining and educational at the same time. The movie also proved to be realistic, entertaining, and believable. Amistad seemed realistic to me throughout the entire movie; one specific example would be the opening scene of the m...

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