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Titanic and Film

The movie Titanic was released on December 19, 1997 and was directed and also written by James Cameron. The cast of the movie included Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates and Bill Paxton. This is a great romantic film that shows that love can find you when your least expecting it and no…

Food Inc

Robert Kenner, the director of “Food, Inc,” questions to the audience that how much do we really care about the food we buy at our local supermarkets and served by our families? Everyone knows what foods are; that any nourishing substance that is eaten or taken into the body to sustain life, provide energy, and…

A Beautiful Mind

The film “A Beautiful Mind” directed by Ron Howard depicts a heroic life story of an outstanding mathematician John Forbes Nash (Russell Crowe), haunted by both his genius and his mental derangement. The picture traces the mathematician`s struggle to save his personal life and career after John is diagnosed with schizophrenia and is falling into…

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Rashomon and the Seven Samurai

The Seven Samurai and Rashomon are both masterpieces by the same critically acclaimed director Akira Kurosawa. The Seven Samurai is about seven wretched and destitute Samurai who lower themselves even further by working for mere board-and-lodging. Rashomon is about the a trial held to resolved the murder of a Samurai. Both are excellent examples, not…

Effects of the Rating System

It was in 1968 when the Motion Picture Association of America decided to implement a film rating system with four categories: G for general audiences; M for mature audiences wherein all ages are admitted but parental guidance is suggested; R for restricted wherein children below 17 years old are not allowed without an accompanying guardian;…

Rebel Without A Cause

It is often the belief that arts, independent of their different nature, serve an ultimate goal: to express, no matter how abstract or direct, a certain aspect of the social nature of man. To this end, both an adequate historical background and a powerful personal experience make the premises for the development of a picture…

Rebel Without a Cause (1955)

Rebel Without a Cause (1955) explores teen-age rebellion, restlessness, and parental misunderstanding of middle-class youth of conformist mid-1950’s America. The screenplay was based on an actual case study contained in Dr. Robert Lindner’s 1944 factual book titled Rebel Without a Cause: The Story of a Criminal Psychopath of a delinquent, imprisoned teenage psychopath in the…

The Corporation

While being more than just the ordinary film, “The Corporation” also “explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution (“The Corporation: About the Film,” 2006, p. 1). What makes it more intriguing is that it reaffirms the idea that the corporation is an entity that is primarily geared towards “pure self-interest” (“The Corporation…

The Relationship of Cinematography and Sound In Film

Cinematography and sound plays a very critical point in the overall “look” of the film. Cinematographers are sometimes taken for granted and are not given much credit for the entirety of the finished movie. They are often referred as Director of Photography or PDs. They are responsible for the lens that are to be used,…

Jules et Jim

Jules et Jim (Jules and Jim) is a film adaptation of a little-known French novel written by Henri Pierre Roche in 1953. The main characters of the story are Jules and Jim, two strangers who met, became good friends and fell in love with the same woman, Catherine. The story began in pre-World War I…

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