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    Oliver Burgess Meredith, professionally known as Burgess Meredith was an American actor, director, writer in theater, television, and film and producer. He was born on November 16, 1907, in Cleveland, Ohio to a Canadian-born physician of English descent, Dr. William George Meredith, and Ida Beth. He studied from Hoosac School in 1926 and went to Amherst School. He died on September 9, 1997. He was known as a proficient actor and one of the most refined actors of the century. He was a life member of the Actor’s Studio. He got nominated for two Academy Awards and won various Emmys, the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor twice. In his career he was later known for his presence on The Twilight Zone, as an arch- villain The Penguin in the television…

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    England, he gave many contributions to the Hollywood film industry. For instance, modern classics such as Wuthering Heights and Marathon Man (Laurence Olivier, 2015). Starring as Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights (1939)“grew into becoming an international matinee idol. Following up with, Rebecca and That Hamilton Woman, starring in Henry V (1944), and Hamlet (1948), winning best film and actor award for Hamlet from the Academy (Official Olivier Biography, 2012). He had appearances in over 100…

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    Pacino seeks to create a Shakespeare play that is more accessible and relatable to a twentieth century audience. Rather than condemn Richard 's duplicity, Pacino subtlety admires Richard 's skill as an actor and how on a grander stage he is able to constantly switch personas and deceive the characters who trust him, "he 's in good shape. He can move around. He can manoeuvre. He 's got room" (Pacino). Moreover, the smooth transitions between rehearsals, staged performances, actors heated…

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    Roberto Benigni and George Orwell explore similar central ideas in the texts Life is Beautiful and 1984. Considering the setting of; a controlled society, a war based on ideological differences and family; the importance or unimportance, the concepts of words, thoughts, actions, death and family structure are explored. Life is Beautiful follows protagonist, Guido Orefice, in 1939 and his experiences through WWll, as later narrated by his son, Giosue. The fable-like tale focuses on the concepts,…

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    Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious is one of his standout works, and many consider it to be his best film created. He manages to create a film that doesn't have any gunshots, fight scenes, dead bodies, over the top action sequences, but still manage to have you glued to the screen wondering what will happen next. The man many consider a master of thrill and suspense might have created a perfect love story, while also throwing in cultural significance of what was happening in the world in 1946.…

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    Sacha Baron Cohen is a British comedian and actor who is widely known for his portrayal of three unorthodox fictional characters: Ali G, Borat and Brüno. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS PEOPLE IN FILM FAMOUS PEOPLE IN TELEVISION POST-BRITPOP LONDON - CULTURAL ICONS: 2000S FAMOUS PEOPLE NAMED SACHA Show All Groups Sacha Baron Cohen - Full Episode (TV-14; 45:14) Cohen was born to an orthodox Jewish family in London and studied history before turning to comedy in 1995. As hipster Ali G, Cohen interviewed…

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    The Oscar sentiments of Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood have been on a high post the positive vibes sent across by the trailers of ‘Sully.’ Several fans and critics, after watching the recently launched trailers of Sully, acknowledge and agree to the fact that the performance and prowess portrayed by Tom Hanks in the movie directed by Clint Eastwood would at least win an Oscar nomination. Tom Hanks has excelled in the real life characterization of Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger – not only did he…

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    "The Godfather" - a crime drama in 1972, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The movie turned out to be a true masterpiece for all time and for any generation. This film can be reviewed and revised over time. The movie was shot gorgeously: believable, original, clean, interesting, in places its history is simply shocking. This drama reveals to us the criminal world of the mafia and remains the favorite and best film related to this topic. We see the godfather - Vito Corleone. He is the head of the…

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    From the academy award winning director Clint Eastwood comes the astounding film “Sully” which features Tom Hanks as the protagonist named Sully. While the film uses many techniques and even more tricks to achieve its looks, it also has a true story that captivates the audience making this a movie to remember. Clint Eastwood has been a world renowned actor ever since his first appearance in “Revenge of the Creature” debuting in 1954 which started his legacy in the film industry. Tom Hanks, an…

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    place, one time it was morning Seymour when to talk to Audrey, it was a short conversation and when he went back to the shop it turned into night really fast. The costume did a well job in making the clothes for the people in other to make them assist to their personalities, and also made the chorus stand out of the compared to other characters. The sound designer did the opposite of the other designers and he brought happiness and laughter to the movie, when a character or the chorus sung…

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