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  • Donnie Run His Mob Ring
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    Donnie BrascoWhen I was first assigned to see 'Donnie Brasco' I instantly had an image of another ruff and intense mobster movie. It has been a while since Hollywood has attempted to do a mob related movie until now. 'Donnie Brasco " was released last Friday. This movie stars Al Pacino and Johnny Depp. The movie is based on a true story about Joe Pistone and FBI agent who infiltrated the New York mob ring. Johnny Depp takes the role of Pistone a. k. a. Donnie Brasco. Donnie meets Lefty, played b...
  • Prosthetic Mask Like The Movie Batmans
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    Batman: Mask of the Phantasm This paper will break down the elements of the critical process using the three critical methods that were discussed in class. Also included in the paper will be the notes that were taken from the conversation I overheard at Hard ees, about the movie "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" between Seiter, Thompson, and Meehan. This critique will discuss the several components to each of the three critical methods including cultural codes in the movie, gender roles, and advert...
  • Most Effective Movie
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    Which of these movies provides a more effective wake-up call about impending global catastrophes?" The Day After Tomorrow" and "Outbreak" both raise important concerns regarding the world that we live in. The first movie seems to serve mainly as a warning that as a people of this planet we need to do everything in our power to stop destroying our world. "Outbreak" demonstrates the vulnerability of the United States and for that matter all nations of the world in dealing with large epidemics. Tho...
  • History And Tricks Of The Movie
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    "The more you see the more you know and the more you know the more you will see", that is what our textbook author, Lester, said. It combines great with the movie that we saw in the class, "Citizen Kane". I truly agree with that statement, as we see something more than one time, and we learn more about it, we understand and see more of interesting things that never appeared to us at first. I actually, have heard about "Citizen Kane", however I never had a chance to see it. Mainly because I am no...
  • Movie Faces Segregation
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    "A Time to kill is a movie for everyone to hate or love. There is a handsome white lawyer (Jake) who risk everything to save a black man, who has taken the law into his own hands by avenging's his daughter's brutal beating and rape. We see a politically motivated NAACP who uses this for its own purposes. There is the Ku Klux Klan which preaches its doctrine of hate. The ambitious district attorney who uses the trail as a stepping stone to the governor's mansion". A Time to Kill immerse itself in...
  • 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 ...
  • Final Twist Of The Movie
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    The Amazing Sixth Sense! The 1999 movie, The Sixth Sense, both written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, with its amazing final twist, is one of the best thrillers ever made. Bruce Willis and 10-year-old Haley Joel Osment make an incredible connection that is rarely seen in other movies. It is to Willis credit to allow the little boy to shine in virtually every scene. Bruce Willis plays Dr. Malcolm Crowe, a well-known child psychologist who is living a happy life with his understanding wife (O...
  • Bowling For Columbine
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    In "Bowling for Columbine", writer-director (and often provocateur) Michael Moore travels North America in search of an answer to a genuine puzzler: Why does the United States lead the world in gun-related deaths? In the course of this enlightening, frequently uproarious and often shocking collection of real-life vignettes, Moore sorts through theory after theory -- our country's blood-spattered history, too many violent movies, widespread paranoia, wicked rock stars, etc. -- and reveals a count...
  • Sound On A Dvd
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    Why The Creator Of The DVD is my personal God 2002 was a record-breaking year of the movie business. However, it also boasted the lowest number of movie-goers in more then a decade. So, how is it possible that less then half the people went to the cinema, yet the business raked in double the earnings? Simple. Double the price tag. Going to a movie is no longer a cheap date. You " ll be lucky to get away at under $20 a person. Going to a Friday or Saturday night show (the most poplar time slots) ...
  • Edward Scissorhands As My Movie
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    Edward Scissorhands Su Khin Aung Tint Art 130 Professor A. Takayama 12/03/03 Term Paper: Analysis of Edward Scissorhands I chose 'Edward Scissorhands' as my movie to be analyzed because I was fascinated by this movie as a child. I used to watch it over and over again just to see this strange yet charming man with scissors as his hands, but only now I am able to connect the visual images to the themes of the movie. I believe Tim Burton has created a marvelous film in which he reflects himself as ...
  • Run Lola Run Time
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    'Run Lola Run' 18th August 03 If you " re the type of person who likes being kept on the edge of your seat and glued to the cinema screen... then 'Run Lola Run' is the movie for you. This captivating movie has more twists then a lifetime, with the use of extraordinary techniques and visual effects this movie is brought to life. German director Tom Tykwer spins three "what if" segments, each time with the same basic story line but with different outcomes, leaving the viewers perhaps with the choi...
  • Movies From The Theater
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    In a Theater or At Home? Watching movie at a theater or at home, which one do you like better? I have all had good and bad experiences with both. The two different viewing styles can seem alike in many ways, but there are many differences in the cost, the quality, and the sociability between viewing a movie in a theater and viewing a movie from home. One of the many concerns among college students today is going out and having fun while saving money. I could say one of the most common questions ...

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