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    In 1967, Richard Brooks made a movie based off Truman Capote’s nonfiction novel “In Cold Blood”. The Book is about the brutal murders of a prominent family from a small town in Kansas. In 1990 Martin Scorsese directed the true crime movie, “Goodfellas”, a film based on Nicholas Pileggi’s non-fiction book Wiseguy”. Goodfellas is a movie that closely portrayed the life of a real life gangster named Henry Hill, additionally detailing the rise and fall of the notorious Lucchese crime family. Goodfellas and In Cold Blood differ in themes because one relates to gangsters and other details the story of two low-life killers, but it is the true event they are based off makes them related. The movie In Cold Blood was a film based on the true crime story novel, In Cold Blood that depicted the real life murders of a…

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    Kagemusha Movie Analysis

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    Many see Akira Kurosawa as one of the most important filmmakers in the industry. His influential career spanned 57 years, in which he directed 30 films. One of his final works, Kagemusha is a dramatic action movie that depicts the transformation of a petty thief who learned the value of loyalty. The unnamed thief was caught stealing from the daimyo of the Takeda clan. However, instead of being sentenced to death, his life was spared because of how similar he looked to Shingen. The Takeda Clan…

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    Natural Born Leaders

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    Alpha Males: Natural Born Leaders There are several movie characters that hold great standing, but then, they are fewer characters that possess a reputation that is erected on just moments that would reflect on how I feel about myself; Robert DeNiro is that person whose on-screen body language makes him a natural born leader, and the mannerisms help to boost his alpha male persona, which propels his characters to another level. Furthermore, he captures the personalities that he is projecting,…

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    The movie, “Groundhog Day” is a successful 1993 American film that captures the interests, mind and heart of its viewers because of its astonishing, innovative, and unique storyline, and in which this requires clear mind when watching in order for it to decode and unfold its purpose and in order for it to discover how great it is. This was directed by Harold Ramis and written by Ramis himself and Danny Rubin, based on a story by Rubin .It was starring by Bill Murray, Andie Macdowell and Chris…

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    Gyeges Ring Analysis

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    Who Wouldn't If a situation arises that someone could get away with something that is wrong or unjust without getting caught chances are a majority of those people may do it. It can be a very tempting situation if you are invisible in a shop and a very expensive item catches your eye and you know that you could very easily take it withouT anyone knowing who did it. In the story of Gyges ring, Gyges finds a ring and puts it on eventually realizing that if he turns it he will become invisible.…

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    Goodfellas Film Analysis

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    “As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster. To me, being gangster is better than being president of the United States.” It is the first voice over line from Henry in Goodfellas; and it also sets the tone of the whole film. Martin Scorsese builds an incredible but also cruel gangster world in 146 minutes. Scorsese tells us a story from the angle of the most basic and lowest level gangsters. It is also the same story-telling angle in Mean Street. We can feel the main…

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    Good Fellas Themes

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    Good Fellas is a highly sophisticated film, which revolves around the lives of mobsters Henry Hill, Tommy DeSimone, and James (Jimmy) Conway, the film shows the situations and progressions the gang has encountered while growing up in the mean streets of Manhattan. The elegance of this film came from the quality dynamics provided by the director, cinematographer and editor also including the highly complex personality of Tommy’s character. With the team’s accomplishments, the film crew portrayed…

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    "The Godfather" - a crime drama in 1972, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The movie turned out to be a true masterpiece for all time and for any generation. This film can be reviewed and revised over time. The movie was shot gorgeously: believable, original, clean, interesting, in places its history is simply shocking. This drama reveals to us the criminal world of the mafia and remains the favorite and best film related to this topic. We see the godfather - Vito Corleone. He is the head of the…

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    Stereotypes In Ocean's 11

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    Ocean’s Eleven is one of the most popular heist Hollywood blockbusters. The movie is a remake of Lewis Milestone's film in 1960 which was also calls Ocean’s Eleven starring Frank Sinatra. Steven Soderbergh did a great job as a director in keeping the audience interested throughout the whole movie time. Although the story is quite original and non-trivial Soderbergh’s idea to combine different genres was successful. The film demonstrates its large-scale approval from an outstanding combination…

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    Oliver Burgess Meredith, professionally known as Burgess Meredith was an American actor, director, writer in theater, television, and film and producer. He was born on November 16, 1907, in Cleveland, Ohio to a Canadian-born physician of English descent, Dr. William George Meredith, and Ida Beth. He studied from Hoosac School in 1926 and went to Amherst School. He died on September 9, 1997. He was known as a proficient actor and one of the most refined actors of the century. He was a life member…

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