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  • The Theme Of Emotions In Tim Burton's Films

    always had a love for childlike stories and films, and now in almost all of his movies a child, teen, or someone with a childlike mentality is the main character. This makes the audience want to care even more. Tim Burton has accomplished how to use close-up, long shots, and color contrast to portray an emotion. For example, in the movie Edward Scissorhands, for example, when Peg found Edward Burton made the audience feel scared for her as she walked up the long dark staircase. Tim…

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  • Transformation In Ginger Snaps

    Medium close up. This shot is exactly the same as shot number 2, except that it can be categorized as a reaction shot from Ginger as she slows down and realizes how frantic she was; however, she soon aggressively speeds things up again that ultimately leads to…

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  • The Conflict Of Jaws

    the arm and drags him to a private area where he closes a curtain. There seems to be a tracking shot used, as the whole time, the two are framed in roughly a close shot. Once there, the camera pans, as Vaughn enters the left side of the frame into the foreground while Brody stays in the center middleground. This is arguably a two-shot, as Brody is still in more of a close up (but it’s hard to tell because he bends down a little) and Vaughn is in a close-up. A few seconds later, Vaughn moves over…

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  • Reflective Essay On English 1102

    English 1102. My very first class, an 8 AM, as a University of Georgia student. I had many feelings going into this class. I am not a morning person, so would I dread waking up in the mornings to go to class? I never felt my writing was perfect, so would I flunk my first college English class? I was used to high school classes, so would I transition into college smoothly? Little did I know, as soon as I sat down in my tiny college desk, I was about to be relieved. My teacher, Gale, changed my…

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  • Mise En Scene In Jane Austen's Pride And Prejudice

    from various moments of her encounter with…

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  • Explosion Scene Analysis

    that follows Hook may reflect the panic and shock he is feeling. The director could also use this as a metaphorical way to show another ‘blow’ to Hook’s mental state as the shakiness could also represent his mind also crippling from each death he encounters. This could be seen as foreshadowing the end of the film where all the deaths build up to him leaving the army. The canted, low angle and switching between focused and blurriness, is classic to post-explosion shots in action films. It creates…

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  • For Colored Girls Analysis

    Self-Actualization: For Colored Girls “I found God in myself and I loved her, I loved her fiercely.” (Shange) For Colored Girls is based from a play with poems written by author Ntozake Shange called, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow isn’t Enuf, describing the life of eight women in New York who face tremendous crisis and heartbreaks. Each woman in this film represents a character/color and a poem from this play. From abuse, secret affairs and abortion, to deceit…

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  • The Importance Of Opening Scenes In Shutter Island

    the note suggests that there is indeed a 67th patient. We later learn that Teddy is the 67th patient at Shutter Island. The close up of this shot plays a major factor in a reveal in the film, which is that Teddy is in fact a patient at Ashecliffe Mental Hospital. The close-up angle shows very little background, emphasizing the importance of the note. In this case, the close up is focused on the words on the note, displaying the information that leads to the reveal. The reason the director did…

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  • Attack The Block Film Analysis

    The DIRECTOR of the film is Joe Cornish and the release date of the film was on the 13th of May 2011 in the UK. He worked with Edgar Wright, Nick Frost, and Simon Pegg. Edgar Wright was the executive producer for Attack the Block. The BUDGET of the film was £8 million and the FILMING LOCATIONS were in the London District of Brixton as well as consisting of various estates across London such as Heygate Estate in Elephant and Castle, Myatts Field in Brixton, Oval Tube Station in Kennington,…

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  • Film Edge Of Tomorrow: Film Analysis

    Journal 1 After the first two weeks of lecture in Cinema Appreciation I have learned a great deal more about what goes into making a film. I was under the impression that there was one magical camera that could change settings to capture the diverse range of images instantaneously. Active viewing was something, I thought I did, but it wasn’t until I took a step back and saw the variety of shots and how each one of them is put together that I realized that there is more then one way to watch a…

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