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  • Citizen Kane Mirror Scene Analysis

    Citizen Kane was made in 1941 directed by Orson Welles, it is one of the best films of all time, created by one of the best film directors and cinematographers of all time. The movie contained several sequences and famous scenes that make this film a remarkable masterpiece. Mostly imply wonderful sound, lighting and shadowing, and camera angles. As a result of the actors performances play a big role of making this film very memorable. Therefore, I will personally explain why I enjoyed…

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  • The Dark Knight Rises Opening Scene Analysis

    Film is one of the most creative form of art that exists, and it is huge in this generation. The ultimate image we see in a movie frame comes from a trail of artistic decisions that had to be made by the director to give meaning to the story. For this paper, the opening scene of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises will be analysed. The paper has the following order: an explanation of what needs to be considered to analyse a movie, a brief explanation of the important elements of…

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  • The Ambiguity Of Citizen Kane

    Citizen Kane, the 1941 film directed by Orson Welles, is the fictional semi-biographical examination of newspaper mogul Charles Foster Kane’s life. After a screening of a “News on the March” newsreel encapsulating Kane’s life, the producer, Mr. Rawlston, proclaims that “It isn’t enough to tell [the viewer] what a man did, you’ve got to tell [them] who he was” (qtd. in Bordwell, Thompson, 102). Mr. Rawlston sends news reporter Jerry Thompson in search of the meaning of Kane’s last word before his…

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  • Literary Analysis: Dulce Et Decorum Est And The Unknown Citizen

    Literary Analysis: Dulce et Decorum est & The Unknown Citizen Verbal irony is something that can be used in our everyday life. Auden’s poem’s title, “The Unknown Citizen” begins with a verbal irony. Owen mocks war in his poem, “Dulce et Decorum Est” by showing how sweet and fitting it is to die for one’s country. Both of the poems use irony to present to the reader the pity of war, how there is nothing heroic about the “unknown citizen” and how the two poets have a similar intention on…

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  • History Of The World Movie Analysis

    One of Brooks’s supporting actors is a man name Orson Welles. Welles, a brilliant actor, was famous for his acting on Citizen Kane (1941) and for his iconic voice in his work for serial narration of several feature films, led Brooks to hire Welles to do the narration for the time of the Neanderthals. Welles narrates a group of cavemen of their daily lives, and tells the…

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  • City On Fire Analysis

    Quentin Tarantino’s work of director as a DJ Reservoir Dogs is Quentin Tarantino’s first film as a director and it became really huge. The film was made partly by reappropriating Ringo Lam’s film City on Fire, but it was better than City on Fire and became a classical one. While Ringo Lam’s film City on Fire was a typical Hong Kong feature film which included gangster loyalty, cops’ infighting and beauties, Reservoir Dogs was more like an artwork, a masterpiece. It jumped out of the threadbare…

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  • Documentary Analysis: Exit Through The Gift Shop

    Exit Trough the Gift Shop The film ‘’Exit Through the Gift Shop is a documentary of street art that focused on the two street artist, Banksy a secretive artist who never revealed his identity, and Thierry Guetta a French immigrant from Los Angeles whose passion is film making and became an overnight sensation. Before gaining Thierry’s fame as an inspiring artist he became Banksy’s guide in Los Angeles when he need somebody to help him find walls to do his art, a film documentarist, and an…

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  • The Goddess Film Analysis

    The Goddess (1934) is a silent film made by Wu Yonggang, a well-known Chinese director in the 1930s. Hailed as “a masterpiece of ‘the first golden age of Chinese cinema’”, the film marked not only Wu’s directorial debut, but also “the pinnacle of [Ruan Lingyu’s] career” (Harris, 128). Ruan’s “mature, nuanced performance”, which was “subtle but at the same time powerful and rich”, proved to be a major factor in the movie’s success and lasting impact in Chinese cinema – even inspiring Hong Kong…

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  • Lawrence Of Arabia Essay

    Hamed Rashid 201216504 COM 321 Lawrence of Arabia critique COM 321 Lawrence of Arabia Hamed Rashid 201216504 COM 321 The movie is a masterpiece movie directed by David Lean have won seven Oscars, its one of the most epic movies listed in Hollywood. An adventure of a western British officer Thomas Lawrence, Showing his way of helping the Arab win their case against the Ottoman Empire at that time World War I. Theme - The main theme of the film is it’s…

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  • Empire Of The Sun Basie And Jamie Relationship

    The 1987 film, Empire of the Sun directed by Steven Spielberg, was a very well put together film in a way that everything was put together in the end of the film. Spielberg connected a lot of things that viewers saw in the beginning of the film to what viewers saw in the end of the film. In this film there is a major relationship between some sort of a caretaker model and a young child in need of care. This relationship develops between Basie and Jamie. Throughout the film, I feel that Basie was…

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