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    Screening Analysis: Some Like It Hot, (1959) Billy Wilder Hollywood genre is represented in the 1959 musical comedy, Some Like It Hot through editing styles and screen play. Wilder uses high key lighting when character, Sugar; played by Marilyn Monroe is in the shot. By using choosing to use this glamourous white high key lighting grants the director the aesthetic of a Hollywood genre film. The screenplay of this film includes very exaggerated behavior from the actors/actresses. By exaggerating lines, actions, and behavior creates a masterpiece musical comedy; combining these two elements of film makes “Some Like It Hot” an all around pleasing film to watch. Besides this film, Gene Kelly’s and Stanley Donen’s Singin’ in the Rain, can also…

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    pick from; they come in different languages with different genres and different stories to tell, but one thing they have on common are the messages that they send out. These messages can show up in one brief scene yet teach the audience so much about morals or issues around the world and create emotions within the people. Tim Burton elicits emotions from the audience through connections to the messages showcased in his film that all become clear with lighting, sound, camera movements, shots, and…

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    delegation, status quo bias, inaction inertia, and option fixation are directly tied to electing decision sidestepping as a form of decision making to achieve closure in person highly motivated for an end result. Mentioned choices coincide with a notion that are directly tied to norm, a prior decision, or a credible source. Research articles findings suggest that indeed there is a strong correlation between decision sidestepping and motivation to achieve closure. 1 What are the key issues…

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    focus on someone or something involving a lock and a key while expressing an emotion. This project wasn’t a solo project, but instead involved working with one other person. The lock and key could be metaphoric or literal and from that concept we had to tell a story in twelve to fifteen shots. Our idea was to convey a young musician finding the right “key” on his guitar and “unlock” the excitement (which was our assigned emotion) inside of him. I believe the project turned out successfully in…

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    Objects: A Short Story

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    He held the object in his hands and slowly turned it over. In the back, he found a note from his wife who died three weeks ago. The note read, “Under the bed there is a shoe box that contains a key to unlock the object on the floor.” The man stood and put the object on his chair and went to search under the bed as the note promised. He found the key inside the shoe box just as the note said. He went back to the object and put the key in the lock. Once he opened it there was another note that…

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    which his friend says to grab on with both hands. Noah wouldn’t grab on with both hands unless Ally would say she would go out with him. This gives you the full effect of how Noah felt and puts off a romantic vibe. One of the most famous scenes from this movie is whenever Ally and Noah get off the boat and its pouring rain, Ally ask why Noah didn’t write her and he tells her he did every day for a year. Then it focuses on them kissing and lets the audience know they aren’t over, this is an…

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    ornaments and lights. As James became closer, I got excited.…

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    Scream Queens Analysis

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    their conversation there is cross cutting which basically means moving back and forth between two or more lines of action. This is used because it gives a balance between the characters and the audience can equally relate to them. Another example is when the red devil kills death Taylor Swift. In this scene the editor used cross cutting because it starts with a close up of Zayday screaming because she hears a lawn mower. Then it cuts to a close up of the rest of the girls screaming and then a…

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    Essay On Resurgence

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    In condition two, the first behaviour was put on extinction, that key no longer produced reinforcers no matter how many times it was pecked, and at the same time a new VI 30s schedule was trained on a different key. For condition three, the second VI 30s schedule was put on extinction and a third VI 30s schedule was introduced, again on a different key. Also during condition three, responses on the key used for condition one were closely monitored as it is during this condition that we are…

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    high key lighting bringing out the theme but the one that stuck out to me was the one when Max was on the back of the Beetle care with the bad guy driving. Then they crash and Max woke up with the sun beaming down on him and Max has to do whatever from here on out to stay away from the bad guys and survive. The high key lighting in this scene helps the audience see what the landscape looks like in the new world. It shows how sandy and destroyed and uninhabitable the world is. Max wakes up with…

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