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    The Royal Tenunbaum is about a dysfunctional family that revolves around Royal (Gene Hackman), who failed as a husband for Etheline (Anjelica Huston), and failed as a father to his three children: Chas (Ben Stiller), Richie (Luke Wilson), and his step-daughter Margot (Gweneth Paltrow). Royal is trying to reconnect with his family after learning from his informant and servant to the family, Pagoda (Kumar Pallana), that Henry Sherman (Danny Glover), Etheline’s accountant, proposed to his estranged wife. Anderson’s visual creativity was emphasized in The Royal Tenenbaums mise en scene. By incorporating deliberate color palettes, dominant contrast, character’s costumes, and settings to enhance his story: evoke an emotion, give insight to the characters, and present a pleasing picture for the audience is very impressive. The movie opens with a shot of a book with the same title as the movie, being checked out from a library followed by a brief preview of the book’s first page, that corresponds to the movie’s opening narration. This resembles the experience of watching a movie into reading a book. As the narrator speaks, the Tenenbaum’s house was shown. Color is the first element of Anderson’s artistry. Per Gianetti, color tends to be a…

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    The Royal Tenenbaums was a film that was released in 2001. It is a comedy that was directed by Wes Anderson, who also wrote the film story script as well, along with Owen Wilson. In the Box Office, The Royal Tenenbaums production earned a profit of $52.3M (Rotten Tomatoes). The main cast members also included Gene Hackman as Royal Tenenbaum, Anjelica Huston as Etheline Tenenbaum, Ben Stiller as Chas Tenenbaum, Gwyneth Paltrow as Margot Tenenbaum, Luke Wilson as Richie Tenenbaum, Owen Wilson as…

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    written by Silver and C. Mason Wells. This independent movie centers on a flight attendant Gina, portrayed by Lindsay Burdge, who after her lover’s suicide, arrives at each new destination emotionally paralyzed and confused. Her emotional rollercoaster reaches new peaks after she falls for a Parisian bartender, Jerome, swiftly decides to move to his home city and struggles in her attempt to remain sane while experiencing painful heartbreak when Jerome’s old love reenters his life. The movie cast…

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    The famous short story “The Dead” published in 1907 in the book Dubliners by James Joyce represents the social, politic and economic aspects of Dublin in the pre-war period. This story that could seem unfilmable, was transformed into a 83 minutes movie by the director John Huston. The film follows meticulously the plot and enhances the themes of jealousy and intellectual pride through an Epiphany dinner in the Morkan's house. Many lines have been taken directly from the story. Joyce's…

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    J.K. Rowling created a book series that captured the imagination of kids across the world, and from that came the movies that even adults sat up and took notice of. It’s difficult to pick a favourite one, so your best bet is to make a weekend of it. The Wizard of Oz It really doesn’t matter how old you are, this classic is a must. You may have skated through the years shrugging it off, but it’s time to get serious and watch this fantasy musical masterpiece. The Witches Anjelica Huston is…

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    colors and patterns. He likes colors to figuratively explode on the screen. Colors pop out in his movies. The patterns are everywhere in scenes. It could be out of furniture, gifts boxes, clothing or a background. In The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, focus on hues that are greatly prominent, and others that are not as strong. There is a mix of bland and vibrant coloring. Wes Anderson can make an ordinary scene stand out with his use of patterns and colors. Anderson likes to bring actors from…

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    possibly mean that she’s also running away from her current situation and the only person that can comfort her is him. When Jack said that “he would never be her friend”, which clearly states that he doesn’t want anything to do with her is parallel with what the song conveys. The feature film followed the short film. A train known as the Darjeeling Limited in India transports a privileged, slightly estranged fraternal trio – Francis (Owen Wilson), Jack, and Peter (Adrien Brody) – to unknown…

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    first day of the photoshoot, Samantha felt uncomfortable. She found it strange when Polanski made her pose topless. She didn’t really want to go to the next photoshoot, scheduled for the day after. She didn’t tell anyone about how uncomfortable she was after that first day. The next day, Polanski took Samantha to Jack Nicholson’s house for the next part of the photoshoot. Nicholson was away on a trip at the time. Once again, Polanski made Samantha feel uncomfortable. He made explicit advances…

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