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    The famous 1985 film otherwise known as “The Goonies,” was directed by Richard Donner and produced by Steven Spielberg. This adventure film was about a young group of friends living in the “Goon Docks” neighborhood of Astoria, Oregon. When the children discover a secret treasure map, they begin to go on a quest in hopes to finding the treasure that could potentially save their town from being destructed for a country club. During their venture, they are faced with many obstacles including…

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    The book and movie both had a great way to tell it. It is very old book and movie. The book was made April 24, 1967. The movie came out March 25, 1983. The book is very good and long and had detail and makes readers watch the movie. The movie is also long but has more detail and shows what happened. While the book and movie have many similarities and differences, the movie was more effective in telling the story. First of all, the first comparable scene is when the socs are running from the…

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    II. Even though the television has many shows that entertain and interest people , it is still bad for you mentally because it could change the way the way you think and feel. A. The mainstream of mass media and how the government is spoon feeding us in telling us to keep watching television and do everything in the way they want. Our population and generation has been entitled to getting brainwashed for the longest time. People in this generation think they are…

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    I am so glad that you had us watch this movie, because it really makes a person think about their future, and what they can and will do with it. I am very thankful that I contribute to a retirement plan, and I have since I was twenty years old. I thought, just by putting money away at an early age I would not have to worry about running out of money. Well, after watching this movie I was obviously wrong about my retirement; I cannot just automatically think that I am ok. One of the statics…

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    There has been a time where we have all seen a stupid movie based on our own opinions of course. Rather, we like comedy, action or even romantic movies. My movie that I believe is stupid happened to be in the genre of comedy. I choose The Three Stooges, for several of reasons. Just in case you haven’t seen The Three Stooges. The Three Stooges is about how three boys named Larry, curly, and Moe got left on a nun’s doorstep at a young age. Larry, Curly and Moe eventually grew up to be stupid,…

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    Is Casablanca

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    This course has given me a new perspective when it comes to older romantic films. Before, I was extremely uninterested in these films because I thought they were all cheesy and in black in white; however, it seems I was pretty mistaken. These films were not just in color but were also very thought provoking. So far I’ve only had the opportunity to watch six of the thirteen movies but will eventually have seen them all. Out of the six I have watched I would have to say that “Breakfast at…

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    “Is the ability to be entertained constantly and no matter where you are really a good thing?” questions Craig Watkins, author of “Fast Entertainment and Multitasking In an Always-On World” (161). He introduces the argument that the advances in technology are revolutionizing today's society but hindering individuals. Tony Tulathimutte’s “Clash Rules Everything Around Me” demonstrates as mentioned in the title, an obsession with Clash of Clans; an online multiplayer strategy game that allows you…

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    often, there is a moment when people feel the need to temporarily escape from reality. Entertainment has been one of the most common outlets people turn to. Movie theaters, specifically, have served as that intended space that allows people to do just that. Although it is known as a space where individuals can watch new motion-picture screenings, it has also served as a getaway of relaxation and entertainment. It has continuously offered joy to people’s lives. However, on July 20th 2012 in…

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    The Graduate Film Themes

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    The Graduate (1967) is the pioneer for the modern Hollywood film, which is cooperated by the director Mike Nichols, the composer Paul Simon and Dave Grusin. It has developed new conventions for presenting song in film, conventions that ‘build upon traditions established by the “classical” Hollywood musicals of the studio era’ (Berliner, 2002). The American popular rural folk in 1950s created the old classical song "the Sound of Silence", and it aids The Graduate (1967) to achieve a magnificence…

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    Nt1310 Unit 3 Film Review

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    Mines, I like them. I don't know why I do, but it seems I do because I have yet to see one that I dislike. My Bloody Valentine, The Hills Have Eyes Part 2, Wicked Little Things, and now Beneath. All films that happen to take place in a mine, in fact I can't thing of a single film that takes place in a mine that I dislike. A lot of this stems from the fact I like horror films with a ton of ambiance with a claustrophobic feeling of being trapped to back it up, which is something Beneath has in…

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