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  • Taken Movie Techniques

    Captivating, suspenseful, riveting, exhilarating are only a few of the words that I would use to describe the movie Taken. If you desire a high dose of adrenaline to quench your movie watching thirst, and if you are ready to take a super-charged ride to the action filled city of Paris, France, then this is a must see movie for you. Taken, not for the faint of heart, will keep you on the edge of your seat for the entire ninety-one minutes. Be prepared to have the popcorn container pried from your hand when the credits start to roll on this high energy thriller. Taken really has no right to be as much fun as it is. A movie with less interest in character development and dialogue than in roundhouse kicks and gunplay, Taken is brutish and loud and slow in parts, but also undeniably entertaining. Taken shows Bryan Mills as a one man rescue squad, a master of every skill who is on a mission to save his daughter. Good always overcomes evil. After reluctantly agreeing to let his 17-year-old daughter, Kim, go to France with her best friend. Bryan Mills is horrified to hear that she is kidnapped by an Albanian gang whose specialty is prostitution rings. With only 96 hours to go before he'll never find her again, Bryan rushes to France to save her. As a former CIA agent, he has all the skills necessary to rescue her – but he has to find her first. Kim manages to convince her reluctant father to allow her to travel to Paris with her friend Amanda. When the girls arrive in Paris they…

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  • Beinex In America Film Analysis

    JEAN-JAQUES BEINEIX: Beineix started his career as a assistant director on fifteen adverts before releasing his first feature in 1981 ‘Diva’, which attracted the attention of key post-modernism theorist Frederic Jameson, who identified it as the first French postmodern film. Despite ‘Diva’ becoming a cult film for the youth of the time, the French film critic establishment did not appreciate the superficial aspects of its postmodern aesthetics. It was simply considered an irrational attachment…

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  • PG-13 Movie Analysis

    Proper Dash of Spice: Screwball Comedy and the Production Code.” Journal of Film and Video, vol. 63, no. 3, 2011, pp. 45–63., www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/jfilmvideo.63.3.0045. Harris, Albert W. “Movie Censorship and the Supreme Court: What Next?” California Law Review, vol. 42, no. 1, 1954, pp. 122–138., www.jstor.org/stable/3478229. Hawks, Howard, director. Bringing up Baby. RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., 1938. “The History of Hollywood Censorship and the Ratings System.” FilmmakerIQcom,…

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  • Essay On Valerian

    the adventures of Valerian and Laureline to the cinema was not new, though. Since Besson made The Fifth Element (1997), also based on a French comic series, that he wanted to do it, but the director felt the technology available would not allow to reproduce the unique universe of the spatio-temporal agents. It was only after Avatar, from James Cameron, that Luc Besson believed the conditions were met, and started to think of Valerian as a film. Or more, as the director suggested in a recent…

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