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  • The Best Of Me Movie Analysis

    People toss around the world love but do they really know what it means? Love is a force of nature. Love is like how many stars are in the sky, how much it rains a week, or when a storm comes, it cannot be commanded to be taken away. It is a feeling you have towards someone that cannot be sold, bought, or traded. Love is uncontrollable and no matter how bad someone can treat you at a certain extent, you will still have love for that person. If you and the person you are with end up separating, eventually in the future the two of you will be put back together and remember everything happens for a reason. The Best of me, is a movie about two high school sweetheart’s that end up going their separate ways but then end up reconnecting after 20 years of being apart. It all starts off with a guy named Dawson that is from an abusive family, does not know what love is, and is very shy. Then, there is Amanda who is beautiful, outgoing, and is from a wealthy family but her dad will do whatever it takes for her to stay away from Dawson or more less, pay him to stay away from her. Since Dawson was tired of his home lifestyle, he ended up running away and was welcomed into a nice home by a lonely Old Man…

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  • Best Year Of Our Lives Movie Analysis

    Women independently working outside the home and establish themselves a stable job during the war. The GI Bill of Right gives returning vet the opportunity to finish college and get a degree and adjust to the society. The film “Best Year of Our Lives” is about three WWII veteran returns home from the war, each has different social background and they have to readjust to society. When we look at the film and we can see Hollywood have a secret code to hide from the audience and they used that…

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  • Theater Violence In Movie Theater

    The lights dim in the theater and moviegoers are excited to see the premier of a highly anticipated film, when suddenly a gunman walks into the theater, and opens fire on the crowd. This may seem like a scene from a horror movie, but on the night of July 20th, 2012 this scene became all too real. At the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, James Holmes killed 12 people and injured 70 more. This horrifying incident changed the way people go to the movies. Security was increased at…

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  • Mise En Scene In Inglourious Basterds

    The film being chosen is Inglourious Basterds (2009), a film directed by Quentin Tarantino. The movie was nominated for Best Achievement in Cinematography for Robert Richardson’s work as the photography director. Unfortunately, it did not win. (Inglourious Basterds (2009) Awards) The movie follows a French theatre owner and a special group of US soldiers in World War II who plot to assassinate Nazi officials. Besides Inglourious Basterds (2009), Quentin Tarantino is known for his other fast…

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  • Medicine Hat: Business Case Study

    As a marketing consultant, I believe Nathan Polanski and Sean Stronghold have a strong potential business opportunity ahead of them in opening a second-run movie theatre in Medicine Hat, Alberta. They have only one other competitor in the second-run movie theatres; with both Nathan and Sean intend on screening ten different films per night, giving consumers many different options to choose from instead of their competitor the Downtown Theatre which only showcases one film per night. All the…

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  • Frank Capra Research Paper

    magic for many people sitting in dark movie theaters. One of these memorable directors was Frank Capra who died on September 3, 1991 at the age of 94. He was a leading director in the 1930s and 1940s and made many memorable movies like the popular Christmas classic “It’s a Wonderful Life”. Other classic movies included “You Can’t Take It With You” and “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”. Frank Capra didn’t come into this world in California. He was born in Sicily on May 18, 1897. His family…

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  • Teddy Bear Analysis

    Sometimes the movie industry believes that they can stretch a movie beyond the original story in order to capitalize on the achievements of the precursor film. This is not the case as Ted 2 fails to be as charming and funny as the original movie. The author of the films has made a career on repeating the same gags over and over on his TV shows, but when you go to a movie theater you expect to see more quality than your average TV program since you are paying for that ticket. The type of humor is…

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  • Going To The Movies

    enjoy the ultimate movie experience. The first thing to consider when heading to the movies is which theater to visit. When making this decision, one must be very careful to choose a location that spells its name "theater" and not "theatre." Theatres are places full of hoity-toity people in uncomfortable shoes watching foreign films (for the cultural experience, not just the nudity). Theaters, on the other hand, are magical places where thrilling action sequences and heart-wrenching love stories…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Going To The Theater

    weekends or during the week. What it all comes down to is where do you want to watch a movie at? Why not watch a movie at home? Is the theater really your best bet? Why spend time driving to a theater to pay a ton of money on your ticket and a small wimpy bag of popcorn that is too buttery only to end up having to sit behind a loud group of obnoxious people? All of this when you could be in the comfort of your own home watching Netflix with people you actually want to be around and not just…

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  • Like Mike Movie Review

    The release date for Like Mike the movie was released on July 3rd, 2002. Like Mike made a humungous profit, when it came down to their budget and the number of ticket sales they made. Their budget was $30,000,000 and the number of ticket sales or box office, was $51,432,760 rounding out to about an eleven million dollar profit. The production company that produced the film "Like Mike," was 20th Century Fox, which is known for some of the best movies. The main actors in "Like Mike," were Bow Wow,…

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