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    Disney Movie Up Analysis

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    Most children’s movies are the same, offering mild humor with the same generic ending. Disney’s movie Up, is an animated adventure comedy. In the movie, Carl Fredrickson is an elder balloon salesmen who loses his wife. He wants to fulfill their dream of living in South America on Paradise Falls. He ties thousands of balloons to his house and heads off. During his trip he encounters many problems including a colorful bird, an annoying kid, talking dogs, and criminals. When first hearing about this movie, it didn’t sound too exciting. I expected it to be another childish Disney movie. After watching it, my entire view of the film changed. The movie Up is the perfect movie for people of all ages to watch because of its amazing plot, humorous…

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    The Three Idiots (2009) is the best film I ever watched in my life. Not only the film that interesting done, but also its contents which interpret many society problems through the story. This essay is written about what messages I have received from this film. Including how those messages related to the development. First of all, the pressure from society and family. There are many scenes which talking and showing the audience about how serious the characters are suffer with their education…

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    Dynamic Duo: Burton and Depp When great artist work together what they create often times becomes wonderful classics. In the world of film, when big names work together they can create some of the most magical adventures. One such collaboration that excites the masses with the probability of great time and a wonderfully told story comes from the pairing of Tim Burton and Jonny Depp. With a total of eight films where Burton directed Depp, their combined efforts…

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    a.) I think that Citizen Kane is frequently selected as the greatest film ever made because it pioneered many important film techniques and it attacked the most powerful newspaper man in the world at the time. Lastly, the film is socially relevant and the film’s message. Citizen Kane is socially relevant because it showed American society of the time, the class structure and the nature of money. According to an article posted on Spark notes, Citizen Kane made many cinematic advances, and its…

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    Twin Peaks: The Return

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    “Bonsai!” Go ahead, rush to the comment section with your hate-filled rants, it won’t bother me one bit, because this is my list and not yours. Now, for those who have decided to take the time tohear me out, this folks, is the single greatest form artistic representation of 2017. While Twin Peaks: The Return is a prescribed continuation of the TV series that ended over 25 years ago, The Return does not conform to any previous modes of television, including its prior two seasons. With that being…

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    Citizen Kane Meaning

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    Citizen Kane is a drama film about a reporter’s venture into finding out the meaning behind the word “rosebud” which is the last word of Charles Foster Kane before he died. This film is considered as one of the greatest films ever. This masterpiece was created with $839,727 as its estimated budget. Citizen Kane was directed by Orson Welles and was released in 1941. Welles also produced and wrote the screenplay of this film. He also starred as the main character in Citizen Kane. The film starts…

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    Dziga Veertov Analysis

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    Isaiah Isaacson During the early 1900’s, the relatively new concept of film was emerging as one of the most popular forms of entertainment. As more and more improvements were made to the motion picture camera filmmakers were able to begin exploring the realm of creative possibilities they could achieve. Two notable films that that did this are Dziga Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera, and Sergei Eisenstein's Strike. Both films are known for their groundbreaking use of montage and the powerful…

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    Citizen Kane is considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest film of all time, and while I find the notion of labeling one movie as “the greatest film ever made” a bit overzealous, the contributions that Citizen Kane made to the film industry and the impact that it had on the audiences in its era is remarkable. Citizen Kane a substantial influence on the audience and the film industry through its use of innovative narrative style and technical cinematic elements that may not…

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    Hollywood was at its peak in 1939 with over 300 films being released in that one year alone. However, “in December 1939, or in 1940, no one was saying Hollywood just had its greatest year ever” (Silet). At the time, people didn’t notice how many movies were being produced or all of the work that was being put into them. Leland Pague, professor of English at Iowa State University said, “we rarely take into account what was being done behind the scenes.” It wasn’t until years later people realized…

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    Citizen Kane (1941) by Orson Welles. Citizen Kane, directed and starred by Hollywood outcast Orson Welles, is according to most experts and film aficionados, the greatest movie ever made. The 1941’s classic of the silver screen depicts with avant-garde narrative techniques the life of the publishing tycoon, Charles Foster Kane. Although the film was not a box office hit in its first release, it is considered a cinematographic masterpiece of direction, film editing and lightning techniques. The…

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