Connie Corleone

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  • The Godfather Research Paper

    I give The Godfather four stars out of four stars. It is an excellent movie. The first thing that makes The Godfather an excellent movie is the music score. The music fit with the movie perfectly. The composers of the songs did an excellent job composing pieces that fit with the scene. The final song, composed by Nino Rota, is very memorable. From now on, whenever I hear Rota’s song, I will think of The Godfather. The action is the second thing that makes The Godfather an excellent movie. The…

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  • The Influence Of Film: The Godfather

    criminals. They were apprehended by law enforcement, then charged with money laundering or murder. The Italians were the bad guys, and the cops were the good guys. However, The Godfather depicted mobsters as wealthy men who cared about their family. Don Corleone spoke with sophistication. Michael is college educated and a veteran. The audience sympathizes with Michael’s struggles between good and evil in the film. The new way of presenting the “bad guys” prompted changes in other films and…

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  • Honor Thy Father Analysis

    “Ano ang hindi mo gagawin para sa kanya?” a tagline from the movie entitled Honor Thy Father. This tagline means “what can you not do for him?” which is a really a rhetorical question when it pertains to your family. Honor thy Father is a Filipino film with a genre of crime, drama and thriller. It was mainly all about a family that wants to get by to their lives and lately experienced lots of tragedy as they entered the ponzi scheme that is owned by the father of Edgar’s (Cruz) wife, Kaye…

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  • Analysis Of The Gangster Film: The Godfather

    is the time of the rebirth of the next Godfather, who is Michael. When Michael walks into Vito’s hospital room, the camera shows that Vito was placed into room number two. This is a symbolic meaning that Michael will be the second Godfather of the Corleone Family. He walks through the hospital and he’s aware of the situation that people left the hospital unexpectedly. There is only one nurse in the hospital. Michael shows his leadership by convincing the her to move his father to another room…

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  • Breathless Case Study: French New Wave

    Week 11 French New Wave Breathless 90 mins, 1960, French Directed By: Jean-Luc Godard Written By: Jean-Luc Godard Synopsis: Paying homage to the numerous crime thrillers of Hollywood’s Golden era, this film charts the relationship between Michel, a stylish but unpredictable criminal, and his estranged American girlfriend. Again, the notion of escapism through the cinema is key to this most famous of the new wave pictures. Essential Readings: Hart Cohen, Juan Francisco Salazar and Iqbal Barkat.…

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  • Slumdog Millionaire Analysis

    Once again, director, Danny Boyle has combined drama and crime with a pinch of romance and created a British film called Slumdog Millionaire. The film is written by Simon Beaufoy and produced by Christian Colson. The movie is yet another example of rags-to-riches, it is about a Muslim boy named Jamal Malik, who grew up on the streets of Mumbai, India with his older brother Salim Malik, as they lost their mother in an anti-Muslim riot. Jamal and Salim met a little pretty girl of their age called…

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  • The Bicycle Thieves Film Analysis

    Italian neorealism also known as the Golden Age of Italian Cinema, is a national film movement that helped shaped the 1948 Vittorio De Sica’s film The Bicycle Thieves. Familiar to Italian neorealism, they story follows Antonio a character amongst the poor and the working class. Neorealism is a strong aspect to the film because of the use of being filmed on location and often using nonprofessional actors that are going through post World War II tough economic and moral conditions. The conditions…

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  • The Godfather Character Analysis

    No matter how artful the literary work appears in print, the transition from page to screen is something many of us look forward to. Finally, we get to see our favorite characters and their stories play out before our eyes. It is that direct link and appeal to our senses that often makes the movement to film worth our while. More often than not though, when a novel is put to film there is something to be gained and something to be lost. The transition of The Godfather was no different. Though…

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  • Luca Brasi And The Assassination Of Vito Corleone

    indeed a man to frighten the devil in hell himself. Brasi's reputation for violence was awesome and his devotion towards Don Corleone legendary. his kind was a rarity."(Puzo,36) "Luca Brasi did not fear the police, he did not fear societies, he did not fear god, he did not fear hell, he did not fear or love his fellow man. but he has elected and chosen to fear and love Don Corleone"(Puzo,36) Puzo within a few pages portrayed Luca Brasi as the most fearsome hit man to ever walk the face of…

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  • Film Analysis: The Wolf Of Wall Street

    Syifa Afiah 016201400164 The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American biographical black comedy film, directed by Martin Scorsese. The screenplay by Terence Winter is adapted from the eponymous memoir by Jordan Belfort and recounts from Belfort's perspective his career as a stockbroker in New York City and how his firm Stratton Oakmont engaged in rampant corruption and fraud on Wall Street that ultimately led to his downfall. Leonardo DiCaprio (who also produced the film) stars as Belfort, with…

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