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  • Film Review Essay

    Court Movie Review Court rotates around the trial of one Narayan Kamble (Vira Sathidar), a man of couple of words and an artist of transformational force. It's improbable anybody's desires will be measured when they go see Chaitanya Tamhane's Court. It's impossible anybody's desires will be measured when they go see Chaitanya Tamhane's Court. For quite a long time, there's been a barrage of articles and commentaries lauding the film's innovation, deconstructing its intentions. There have been meetings with the chief, the maker, the cinematographer, even the wholesalers and deals specialists. Taken a gander at one way, its extraordinary that a film like this an outside the box with a snowball's chance in heck of a discharge has any sort of…

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  • The Graduate Film Review

    The film that I have selected to examine is The Graduate (Nichols, 1967), with Mike Nichols directing and nominated for several Oscars even winning Best Director. The film has become a Hollywood classic that has stood the test of time. This is because the film had a strong screenplay and careful direction. The ensuing film examination will analyze the structure of the story from a comprehensive perspective like the characters, sequences, scenes and also analyze Nichols’ compositions, symbolisms,…

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  • Film Review: Planet Of The Apes

    The reviews chosen for this essay are those written by Joe Williams, Rick Groen, Mick LaSalle and Colin Covert. The piece will describe the four reviews. The discussion will also include the praises of the film, the name of the article in quotation as and some of the agreements and disagreements in the review. Further, it will be inclusive of block quotes and special kudos wherever needs be. Joe Williams in his review terms the film as faint. The name of the article review was “Unlike previous…

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  • Singing In The Rain Film Review

    GALLARDO, Monica J. INTFILM- A52 Prof. Rica Leticia Arevalo October 26, 2015 Silent Film to Talkie: Singing in the Rain Film Review (1952) The transition of silent films to talkies lead us to a more creative and entertaining side of the said media. The film, Singing in the Rain revolved mainly on how they worked things out by using Selden’s voice to dub the squeaky voice of Lamont. The loved musical turned film, Singing in the Rain was directed and choreographed by Gene Kelly and Stanley…

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  • Film Review: Schindler's List

    The film I selected to analyze in this paper was Schindler's List, which was directed by Steven Spielberg. I selected this film specifically, because I always found the subject matter relating to the events of the Holocaust interesting. All of the subject matter I had been exposed to about the Holocaust was from books and through oral teaching, so I thought a film that focused on the Holocaust could give me a deeper meaning of the actual event itself. One of my high school history teachers use…

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  • Of Mice And Men Film Review

    This movie is a amazing must see movie made by Gary Sinise who is a double threat as he directed and starred in his film. Another reason you must see this film is the imagery and sounds are amazing and they make you feel like you are there. The best part is that you can read the book and see the move. The flashback at the beginning of the movie draws you in because it shows Lennie and George the two main characters, running from men with guns. This is interesting because you don't know why…

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  • Scorch Trials: Film Review

    a movie lover all my life; that seems almost too obvious to mention since most kids in our day and age are. But the day I went from movie lover to absolute movie geek was in the sixth grade, when the local theater brought a huge set of old film cameras to our school for display. I wandered around those giant black boxes entranced, and when they set one up and projected the film against the wall, it was love at first sight for me. Since that day, I’ve always prided myself on my appreciation for…

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  • Crimson Peak Film Review

    Crimson Peak by Guillermo Del Toro is a visually stunning and technical masterpiece. It has taken me a while to perceive it as that. As a viewer who has been exposed to the trailer before watching the movie, I left the theater disappointed and wanting more out of this horror movie. It wasn’t till plenty of research that I found that Crimson Peak is in fact not a horror movie. Correct, but is it any surprise that the director of Hellboy, Pan’s Labrynth, and the Devil’s Backbone, was able to…

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  • Sonita Film Review Essay

    Name: Menna Amr Class: 12 A Sonita film review One of the most popular documentaries that were released recently is the movie: Sonita, which was directed by Rakhsareh Ghaemmaghami. The leading actresses are: Sonita Alizadeh (as herself) and Rakhsareh Ghaemmaghami (as herself). The movie was set in Tehran, Iran, in Kabul, Afghanistan and in the United States. The film could be classified under the genre of biography and documentary.…

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  • Exit Through The Gift Shop Film Review

    Film Review - Exit Through The Gift Shop Exit Through the Gift Shop is a documentary about the emergent and exploitation of the street art genre directed by the reclusive street-art graffiti legend, also known as Banksy. The film came about when the world famous graffiti artist was approached by an eccentric French shop keeper, Thierry Guetta, who records his entire life with a video camera in order to capture the memory out of apparent relevance to the impromptu death of his mother when he…

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