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    Unlike horror films, action films are not produced to scare or frighten the audience. Some action films could be produced just for entertainment or to tell a story of which was true. Others could inspire or courage the audience to be that one person who acts like that “hero” type person in the film. The sub-genres of action films are epic movies, spy movies, disaster movies, superhero, thriller, martial arts, and video game movies. Some examples of action films are Braveheart, James Bond, Armageddon, Batman, Lethal Weapon, The Matrix, Mortal Kombat, etc. Those are also some examples of each sub-genre within action films. Both, horror films and action films may have their differences, but they also have some similarities. They both could possibly include some sort of violence and/or gore scenes. For example, Halloween and Lethal Weapon have several scenes in the film where there are extreme violence. They also could both be similar by some of the characters in the film having some type of special powers or special abilities that allows them to be more mindful. Another similarity is that in most horror and action films, the characters may use weaponry to defend themselves or as in most horror films, weaponry is used to execute people that are in most cases…

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    A Civil Action in Act The film A Civil Action was delivered in 1998, while it understood a basic proceeds of water contamination to the front line. This movie is generally considering the case in Woburn, Massachusetts which polluted the town with ailment. In spite of the way that there are slight differences in the film and the case, the story that is told in the film that it tells still shows the importance of the issue and how it impacts various and vast people. As postponed outcome of…

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    Everyone loves a good robot fight, and that is exactly what Director Neil Blomkamp had in mind when he brought Grant Hulley on to stunt coordinate Chappie. Set in South Africa, the film takes place in the future where crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. Chappie, a robot, gets stolen and reprogrammed. The result is a robot who can think and feel for himself. You have now worked with Director Neill Blomkamp twice. What is it like working with him? Does he have any…

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    Gender Inequality in Action Films: The Underrepresentation, Misrepresentation, and Over-Sexualization of Women There has been a great rise in women who want to prove that they are just as capable, if not more capable than men. This is especially true in our government and I feel that if the films we watch are still portraying women to be followers instead of leaders. We will not grow as a society until women are seen on the big screen as more than just pleasing to the eye. Seeing strong…

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    the decisions and actions of society and its’ peoples. While many people would agree that this is an issue that needs to be addressed, it has been and will continue to be a constant piece of the structure in which our society is continuously built and maintained upon. This paper will review examples of gendered actions in the gendered society that is present throughout the film Legally Blonde. This paper will bring an abundance of information and evidence to the forefront of thought and…

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    Dominic Demichaels is planning to use a device that can inject the drug in mass numbers. Kane recruits Fiscal on the team and they go after Demichaels and Marko. After a battle, Demichaels and Marko are stopped, but they have plans to come back. STORY COMMENTS THE CATALYST is an action movie with a supernatural twist. The script presents as an original sci-fi, action-adventure film with a very intriguing concept. The idea of a drug that gives teenagers superpowers feels like a solid premise…

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    The British are seen as gentlemanly fops or sadistic monsters, and the Americans come in two categories: brave or braver. Those who have a serious interest in the period will find it a cartoon; those raised on summer action movies will find it more stimulating than most. Mel Gibson stars, in a powerful and effective performance, as a widower named Benjamin Martin with seven children. He saw enough of battle in the French and Indian Wars, and was frightened by what he learned about himself. He…

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    The Hollywood film, “A Civil Action” is based on the Woburn Toxic Trial. This case was brought up in Woburn, Massachusetts when five children died from leukemia due to the contamination of water from three local industries due to trichloroethylene (Bair). Leukemia however, was not the only disease caused by the contamination. Other illnesses include cardiac arrhythmias and neurological and immune system disorders (Kennedy). In 1982 a lawsuit was filed. W.R. Grace & Company along with…

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    In the short story, “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck and in the poem “The Goblin Market” by Christina Rossetti the authors portray a tremendous amount of symbolism. “The Chrysanthemums” is a short story about a middle-aged woman named Elisa, who is married with no children and is very unsatisfied with her life. The poem, “The Goblin Market” tells a story about two sisters, Laura and Lizzie, who are tempted by goblins to eat the forbidden fruit they offer them. In the short story and the…

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    Max is More Than Just a Story of a Boy and His Dog The 2015 film Max is an entertaining family film because of its story about a family overcoming loss, its outstanding acting, and its kid-friendly action scenes. The film Max follows a teenage boy, Justin Wincott, and the military-trained dog he is left in charge of after his brother is killed in combat in Afghanistan. The dog, a Belgian Malinois named Max suffers from post-traumatic-stress-disorder, putting additional strain on the Wincott…

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