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  • Patterns In Groundhog Day

    Groundhog Day: Are You Repeating the Same Patterns? Remember the 1960's Sonny and Cher song "I Got You, Babe?" In the wonderful movie "Groundhog Day," that song is the one that Bill Murray's character, Phil, wakes up to every morning. The first time it happens, he continues on with his day, not sensing any oddities with how his day will unfold. Each subsequent day, however, the song is his indicator that he will be repeating the same day over again. Throughout the movie, Phil runs through an…

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  • Den Of Thieves

    The actor established this character through the way he dressed and the style that he spoke. Mejia presented the audience a feeling of a gangster. Throughout the play, he was being the character, Sal, rather than himself. One of the skills that he had and other actors may not have was that he was able to speak and walk like a real gangster. The actor attempted to show the audience that people have to take the consequence of the…

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  • Shakepeare Language In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

    The movie Romeo + Juliet is based on the classic story of Romeo and Juliet. The movie is set in modern day Verona Beach, and uses shakespeare language in the modernized movie. Romeo + Juliet was overall a interesting story that of course retold Romeo and Juliet in a more modernized way, although some parts weren’t as appealing and included small irrelevant details in the movie. My rating on this movie a 3 out of 5 because in my perspective, I didn’t enjoy the way they made the movie. I relished…

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  • Essay On 1930s Entertainment

    people had wanted to be entertained as the Library of Congress states, “Even during “hard times” and war time, people needed to be entertained. The Americans in the 1930s and 1940s were no exception. They enjoyed many forms of entertainment, particularly if they could do so inexpensively” ( “Art and Entertainment in the 1930s and 1940s” 1). The Americans of the 30s did not have many forms of entertainment. The newest form of electronics back then were movies and the radio. Many people couldn’t…

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  • Singin In The Rain History

    Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds. This musical motion picture provides a comedic take on the transition that occurred in the 1920s when motion pictures switched from silent films to talking motion pictures. This transition was hard for some actors and actresses in Hollywood which can be seen throughout this motion picture. Not only is Singin’ in the Rain about the difficulties in transitions but also the romance of the city and fame. This can be seen through how it relates to the…

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  • Andrew Clutterbuck's The Walking Dead

    Andrew Lincoln charmed his way into being one of America’s most popular actors, as starring as Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead. Although, Rick Grimes is how Andrew Lincoln became a television phenomenon, he has been acting for years. He has been involved in many small roles, and those small roles lead to a big lead, and a big pick up in his acting career. He has done his fair share of training, by attending acting schools, and doing voice overs. Overall, Andrew Lincoln has worked his way up the…

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  • Essay On Hair Extensions

    What Can Be The Best Feature Supplied By The Hair Extensions Suppliers Just about everybody will concur that having long hair is a great deal of time and exertion. At times, it appears like the time and exertion included is excessive. The instant approach to have long hair is by wearing long wigs, long hair pieces or hair extensions. Hair expansions have been mainstream now and again for quite a long while. Numerous film stars from Cameron Diaz to Demi Moore have utilized Remy hair…

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  • There Will Be Blood Analysis

    The film There Will Be Blood was an outstanding film. This film was released in 2007 and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. The main actors were Daniel Day-Lewis, Dillon Freasier, and Paul Dano. This film’s screenwriter was also Paul Thomas Anderson. Paul Thomas Anderson did an amazing job making this film because, it came out incredible. One of the best films in my opinion and has a brilliant lesson to be learned from the film. There Will Be Blood is a must see movie. This film is packed…

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  • What Role Does Hollywood Play In Greek Mythology

    In my opinion, Troy was not too bad. It definitely had major inaccuracies and focused less on the mythology and more on the big name actors. The film is “loosely” (we see that word a lot when it comes to Greek mythology in popular culture) based on Homer’s the Iliad, but focuses mainly on the Trojan War (or part of it). The Trojan War was a decade long conflict that started all because…

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  • Essay On Cross Gendering In Shakespeare Movies

    Therefore, it does not come as a surprise that Cross-gendering on the contemporary theatre and films has evolved over the years. Cross-gendering, like gender (and cross-dressing) has become multi-faceted in terms of experience and awareness for the actor, character and the audience. In that sense performance by Helen Mirren, Lisa Wolpe and Frances de La Tour is derived much out of their own experience of cross-dressing for the stalk roles of Viola and Rosalind to reflect on the instability of…

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