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The beauty of American Beauty

A movie title is an important insight to what a movie is about. Sometimes it is taken from a catchphrase or a song, other times it represents the feel or the theme of the film. In most Hollywood movies today the title may be determined by focus group testing, the studio marketing department or other Read More

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Hotel Rwanda: History vs Hollywood

Fifteen years ago, Americans had little to no recognition of the genocide occurring in Rwanda. Nearly a million innocent Africans were killed in a dispute against two races, but somehow most of the American population was unaware (Snow). The movie Hotel Rwanda depicts this horrifying story, and closens up on Paul Rusesabagina, a man who Read More

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The Dominance of Visigoths

My Graduation Speech by Neil Postman, chair of the Department of Culture and Communication at New York University, describes two kinds of people, whom he compares with Athenians and Visigoths. The Athenians, who lived in Greece about 2,500 years ago, contributed many positive ideas still valued in the present. They believed in reason, beauty, moderation, Read More

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I Am Sam

A developing child should be cared for and nurtured well in the early stages of life. The movie “I Am Sam” depicts a typical case of whether a mentally disabled parent should have custody of a child. Like any other child, Lucy needs to be in a loving environment that tends to her every need, Read More

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All Quiet on the Western front

In the movie All Quiet on the Western front, Paul is morphed from an innocent child into a war veteran who has a new look on society. Paul used to have a carefree life where he was able to be a kid, but when he enlisted into the army it all changed. World War one Read More

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The Italian Job

In This Essay I will look at various different aspects of the original 1968 classic movie, The Italian Job, and its blockbuster remake version released in May 2003, also titled The Italian Job. In order to present a thorough analysis of the comparison between the two versions, I was obviously extremely keen on watching them Read More

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Journey: Bumblebee and Helicopter Tour Guide

The movie was amazing, a sequel to Journey to the Center of the Earth, is a fun entertaining movie with some action and humor, Sean, a teenager In the Anderson tradition of The Journey to the Center of the Earth, who with the help of his step- father decodes a message from his grandfather, Alexander. Read More

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Gung Ho

In the movie Gung Ho, a Japanese corporation reopens an American car factory; however, working side-by-side is harder than expected due to differences in culture. Differences in the workers levels of collectivism and individualism negatively influence the working relationships by creating conflict, lowering employee performance and satisfaction, and lowering organizational commitment. The Japanese workers expected Read More

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Gran Torino

The movie “GranTorino” demonstrates that the casualties of war are not Just those on the front line. Nearly all of the characters have experiences the impact of war even though most of the have never been near the front line. This essay will explore the way that war has Impact on different character. Walt Kowalski’s Read More

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Analysis on Movies: Fire & I can’t think straight

In the present volatile social dynamics, arguing what’s normal and what’s abnormal seems completely baseless, since today abnormality defines the new normal. I find this movie making an honest attempt to portray a different dimension of life from an angle of love. This analysis deals with how homosexuality is portrayed in an Indian and a Read More