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One Scene Patton
941 wordsWithout a doubt the actor George C Scott is best known for his role in Patton. In this movie, Patton was part historic warrior, part cowboy, and part hero. The movie is a Hollywood style documentary of General Patton an American Commander during World War II. At the film's start Patton stands before a large billboard like American flag and welcomes new recruits that he will be commanding on their missions in Europe. To Patton "War is not about dying for your country. It's about getting the other...
Brutal Truth Including Real People And Events
436 wordsGummo: A Review Pieces of a puzzle slowly fitting together, to reveal a picture. This is an accurate description of how the film, Gummo by Harmony Korine pans out. Through a series of quite disturbing yet visually stimulating vignettes, Korine somehow relays a tragic story. Essentially, the film is a collection of random events that are assimilated into a larger scheme of things. For the most part, the film emphasizes on showing us things that we know are very real and actually happen, but are t...
Matrix's Case Neo The Hero Figure
894 wordsThe Matrix essay The Matrix has been doing remarkably well in sales since its release in the cinema last summer and its recent video releases. This is largely due to stylish advertising techniques and word of mouth. The Matrix has been approved by critics who enjoy the film and also the ones who dislike the theme. Among young viewers, it has already achieved great status. So what else is the film about Firstly the film copies the theme from many popular films that came before it, and involves in...
Matrix Action Sci Fi
955 wordsThe Matrix Action / Sci-Fi (US); 1999; Rated R; 135 Minutes Cast Keanu Reeves: Thomas 'Neo' Anderson Laurence Fishburne: Morpheus Carrie-Anne Moss: Trinity Joe Pantoliano: Cypher Hugo Weaving: Agent Smith Produced by Bruce Berman, Dan Cracchiolo, Andrew Mason, Barrie M. Osborne, Joel Silver, Erwin Staff, Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski Directed and directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski Keanu Reeves as a martial-arts master and savior of the earth? Laurence Fishburne as his mentor? The world as...
20th Century Fox With A Contract
643 wordsMonroe, Marilyn (1926-1962), American motion-picture actor, who became the most famous international sex symbol of the 20th century. Born Norma Jean Mortenson in Los Angeles, the daughter of an emotionally unstable mother, she spent a troubled childhood in foster homes and orphanages and at the age of 16 entered into an ill-fated marriage. In 1944, while working in a defense plant, she was noticed by a United States Army photographer who induced her to pose for posters for the troops. Instantly ...
Intelligent Dialogue In The Film
1,338 words"Who gets to go" This is a question from Contact, and unfortunately, due to the trailers, we already know the answer. It's a shame though, because the suspense mounts and yet it doesn't get as high as we would like it to. However, if you are capable of forgetting the fact of who goes, you can thoroughly enjoy the suspense-filled moments. On the other hand, Contact is not a film about suspense. It is about characters and a story that draws us in and takes us for a ride up to a very satisfying con...
American Film Industry S
370 wordsIntroduction In 1936, President Franklin announced that Americans had a! ^0 rendezvous with destiny! +/-, and in the 1940's, American domestic film audience reached its highest peak ever, and the! ^0 yearly box office receipts of 1.75 billion dollars broke all previous records before 1946! +/-. But all that changed in the next decades, as the massive changes in lifestyle accompanying suburban migration and the related family / housing /baby boom, and as! (R) watching TV! rapidly replaced! (R) go...
Last Moment The Only Role Audrey
2,287 words"What is needed in order to really become a star is an extra element which God gives you or doesn't give you. You " re born with it. You cannot learn it. God kissed Audrey Hepburn on the cheek and there she was' (Harris 11). Seen as an angel by all those who adored her, Audrey Hepburn portrayed the true image of a Hollywood star. Her grace and elegance touched all those whom she met and her death brought sorrow to millions. Living her life as a princess, Audrey had everything she had ever dreame...
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