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  • Tim Burton Cinematic Style Analysis

    Tim Burton, a person who started out as a kid fascinated by other famous directors and then became one himself. What did he do to become such a famous director? He is known for his disturbing and yet child-like movies, such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands. Everyone of all ages can be able to enjoy his movie. Tim Burton’s style is kid-friendly at first, but then it takes a disturbing and twisted turn. One of Burton's cinematic technique he uses is…

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  • Familia Tipo Film Analysis

    shatters their communicative transparency. In effect, she exposes the seams between images, the irregularities that result from cinematic cutting and pasting. She wants to show that family photo albums—like films—take shape through montage, through operations of ordering and suppression. The director deploys…

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  • Once Upon A Time In The West Film Analysis

    a Time in the West is now generally acknowledged as a masterpiece and one of the greatest films ever made, regardless of genre. What made me select it for this assignment is the haunting sound of the harmonica in one of its key scenes, sheer brilliance in blending the visual and the auditory into one of the most poignant moments in movie history. Once Upon a Time in the West is a 1968 spaghetti western film. It was directed by Sergio Leone for Paramount Pictures starring Henry Fonda as the…

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  • Nosferatu: Movie Analysis

    these decisions, including the film’s duration, the novel’s format, or the director’s vision. A notable film adaptation is Nosferatu, a version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, published in 1897. This novel follows the story of Jonathan and his companions as they attempt to kill the vampire Dracula, while the movie attempts to retell this story. In order to translate Bram Stoker’s Dracula into this silent film for a 1922 German audience, Nosferatu’s production team made changes to the format,…

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  • Do The Right Thing Spike Lee Analysis

    Many movie directors want to create highly successful films to become famous and rich, regardless of the message that their films convey, what is most important nowadays is if the movie will do great in box office. Spike Lee, however, had the desire to create a film that would infuse a dose of reality in the teapot of the film industry. The cruel reality that is what minorities know as daily life. And, there could not have been a better person to complete this task, since Spike Lee himself grew…

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  • Film Analysis Ida

    I’ve been meaning to catch up with “Ida,” the Polish film that won the best foreign language film Oscar in 2013, for almost three years. With it leaving Netflix in a few days, I decided the time had definitely come for me to see this celebrated movie. After watching its short 82 minutes, I’m glad I saw it, even though I found it underwhelming. “Ida” tells the story of Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska), a teenaged novitiate nun in 1960s Poland who is about to take her vows. Her mother superior (Halina…

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  • Kangana Batti Character Analysis

    After a series of well- written scripts, it is the film that will test the star power of Kangana. Katti Batti could have been an important film. Designed to exploit Kangana Ranaut’s rebellious image, it is a film which examines the perks of a live-in relationship. It is also a film which tries to put a girl in control of the relationship. In a role reversal of sorts, she wants the relationship to be a time pass when the boy is looking for eternal love. When he talks of values, the lissom lass…

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  • The Evil Dead Opening Scene Analysis

    The Evil Dead is one of the best horror films of all time. Its greatness due to a great original screenplay and directing. The film Evil Dead has a cult following and for good reason. It is highly praised by names like Stephen King. Evil Dead was written and directed by Sam Raimi. It stars Bruce Campbell in the leading role as Ash Williams. The story is about a group of five college kids go who to a cabin in the woods for a vocation. Once there they find an audiotape that unleashes evil…

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  • The Power Of One Theme

    stand up to the White Africana's and defeat them and take back the country, this is an important idea in relation to challenge. The statement "the concept of challenge is an important part of many texts", is certainly accurate when applied to the film The Power of One. In this text many significant ideas are raised and explored, such as the power of one and the need for inclusion not exclusion if a country is going to prosper. The issue of racism is also explored in relation to the concept of…

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  • Edward Muybridge: Evolution Of Photography

    picture or painting in the background to completely change the setting of the scene. It doesn't have to be real or interacted with. It only lets the audience assume the setting of the scene is in that location. Where it gets more complicated is when directors use scale modeling to represent something normally many times larger. The titanic was a perfect example of this. They used the 40 foot scale model of the ship instead of needing the 800 foot actual thing. Using camera angles and context…

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