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  • D. W. Griffith's Influence On Cinema And Culture

    David Wark Griffith has had an enormous influence on cinema and culture throughout many of his films. He was one of the first figures in cinema to begin and start a movement in camera use as well as radical movie directory. David Griffith was an American actor, writer, director, and producer. As well as one of the first figures to advance cinema at the time and begin a movement, both through use of camera and culture depiction of the era. Griffith was called by many the “father” of film editing,…

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  • Live Theater Show Analysis

    isle. When narrator will speak whole theater will be dark and sound would come from the wall. They also used the animation like birds flying and the sound of rain and spring. The setting looks like the hospital. Every actor has their job to do, with completion of each scene actors will carry their table chair and with 2-3 set is ready with new scene. Clothing wise nurse were wearing white uniform, patients were wearing hospital provided uniform and McMurphys’ two girl friends were wearing…

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  • Analysis Of Dirty Dance By Eleanor Bergstein

    September 18, 2016 at 6:30pm, I had the privilege of attending Dirty Dancing, the classic story on stage written by Eleanor Bergstein at the Memphis, Tennessee Orpheum. Bergstein is an American writer who wrote and co-produced the popular film Dirty Dancing back in the 80’s. She wrote the story based partly off her own childhood. James Powell was the director, Trinity Wheeler was the producer, and Michele Lynch was the choreographer for this musical. With this being a musical there were many…

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  • My Acting Career

    It seems that everywhere you turn these days, new actors are emerging in the world of entertainment. All too often, young people have ambitionsto enter this world of glitz and glamor, but they don 't understand the amount of work that goes into such a venture. Thankfully, this is not the true in the case of Lauren A. Campbell, an aspiring, young actress who posseses talent, brains, and determination. Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Lauren about her foray into the world of acting,…

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  • Set It Off Analysis

    was one quote in, Rockabye Baby, that gives an exact view that defines the woman's features and view of a “While occupying spaces traditionally help by males, black women in hip-hop gangsta movies uniquely affirm and reconnect to certain African American Cultural practices frequently absent in presentations of ethnic life”(Smith-Shomade, 26). The aspect that are applied about female characters in, Set It Off, is so profound as to how black women were viewed into the scenes in comparison to,…

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  • Analysis Of Birdemic: Shock And Terror

    “cult classics” we all know and love. However, occasionally, there are movies that are released that become described by public opinion as “so bad, they are good.” “Birdemic: Shock and Terror,” is one of the previously described films. It is an American made, independently produced romantic horror film written, directed, and produced by James Nguyen. The movie surfaced to the general public late 2008 and was produced on a 10,000 dollar budget. Even watching the movie for the first time, it…

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  • Satirical Realism In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

    To motivate audience members to address these problems with society, Miller creates characters they can empathize with. Because Death of a Salesman is a play, most characters are actors with a physical presence and capacity for human emotion rather than merely printed names. The theatrical realist movement inspired plays about middle-class characters and encouraged natural acting. Miller took this movement further; to maximize the chance of the audience identifying with his characters, he…

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  • Disney Movie Up Analysis

    by far my favorite. Every aspect of the film is great. At first glance it looked like a little kid movie, but after watching it I realized it was so much more. The movie Up is a very humorous film with a climactic plot that had good directors and actors. I would recommend this movie to…

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  • Short Term 12 Destin Cretton

    The movie Short Term 12 by Destin Cretton is an excellent American fictional piece of work featuring an outstanding performance by one of the best actresses, Brie Larson. In the film, she takes the character of Grace who is a counselor at a facility for children that have experienced some form of abuse. The kids seem quite unstable, and every day Grace takes a ride to work on a bicycle and on her arrival she embarks on her job of helping the young kids in managing their psychological issues.…

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  • Essay On Gary Sinise

    than in the book because it shows how hard it is for George to kill Lennie and although they fight a lot Lennie is George's best friend. The big ideas in the movie and book are both the same. One big idea that occurs in the movie is the american dream. The american dream occurs because Lennie and George have been talking about there own ranch and there own chickens, rabbits, and alfalfa. This occurs in both the movie and the book and is talked about a lot through…

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