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    Passion Of Christ Analysis

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    tell the story about Christ’s death and resurrection. Then in 2004 Mel Gibson made his version of the movie and as I like to say brought it in to the 21st century with updated graphics, violence, and blood. The combination of images, faith, and history this film truly was like no other Passion of Christ movie ever done. The Passion of the Christ is a serious and deep piece of cinematography, it not just show us how much pain one man went through for us but it celebrates for the unbeliever the triumph of humanity over an absolute brutality and through this movie for all the believers of the Christian faith this movie has become a powerful reminder that we still need to…

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    Hamlet Movie Analysis

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    Shakespeare 's famous play Hamlet. Since 1900, there have been over fifty films of this play have been made, and all have been unique in their own way. The 1990 version of Hamlet, starring Mel Gibson, is one of the more recent and popular…

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    People read about the history of Scotland, about how people suffered British imperialism and civil war that took place in XIII century. But for some people reading books about history is not fully enjoyable and some may find books boring. In order to deliver the true feeling of Scotland in the late 13th century and give educational words about hardship times, that would stick within the mind forever, world needs something in larger scale. Mel Gibson gave the world opportunity of enjoyment and…

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    Inaccuracy In Braveheart

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    In my opinion Gibson did excellent job portraying the scottish battle hero Willam Wallace. “Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you'll live...at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willing to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take...OUR FREEDOM!” ~ William Wallace, Braveheart (1995). William Wallace's proves in this quote that one…

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    hard to read Hamlet. In the play, Hamlet seemed to be faking his madness for most of the interaction on stage, except for the scene in which he kisses Ophelia. This seemed very genuine, he takes a break from his “mad” rant, in which he constantly repeats “get thee to a nunnery.” He pauses and takes the time to show his love for Ophelia. This pause reveals to Ophelia there is sanity behind his madness, and that he is putting on a show. Because of the sudden break, the audience may be confused on…

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    African American Movie

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    the term is known as ‘white-washing’. An excuse for white-washing in films by their producers and directors other than the Charles Bunnett, is that the audience will relate more with a white cast. Those excuses seem to puzzle me a lot especially since history have proved against them. One example is Aloha (2015), the films cast Emma Stone as the female lead (Allison Ng) who is meant to be Chinese and Hawaii decent plus the casting of Caucasians as majority residents of Hawaii despite the fact…

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    Hacksaw Ridge

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    Directed by Mel Gibson, Hacksaw Ridge is as inspirational as Braveheart and the best war movie since Saving Private Ryan. The film immerses you into the extraordinary life of Desmond Doss [Andrew Garfield], a Virginian Seventh-Day Adventist who decides to enlist in the Army and sail to Okinawa, where he saved 75 wounded men at the bloodiest epicenter of war without carrying a weapon to protect himself from the fierce Japanese Army. Desmond's conviction to practice acts of love will make any…

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    COMPARE AND CONTRAST HAMLET In many different ways, typically the story is much different than the movies that are based off of the stories. That being said, Hamlet is no exception to this theory. The movie starring Mel Gibson follows the story line pretty well for the most part. However there are some major changes to make the movie attract to more of a variety of audiences. It shows many things in which the play does not. Hamlet is a story of a son of the son of a king that is trying to…

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    The British are seen as gentlemanly fops or sadistic monsters, and the Americans come in two categories: brave or braver. Those who have a serious interest in the period will find it a cartoon; those raised on summer action movies will find it more stimulating than most. Mel Gibson stars, in a powerful and effective performance, as a widower named Benjamin Martin with seven children. He saw enough of battle in the French and Indian Wars, and was frightened by what he learned about himself. He…

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    Who Is Mad Max: Fury Road?

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    scenes look right on camera. There were real cars they used and real people doing the stunts. In my opinion this makes it an important film because they would have had to put a lot of time in to making real scenes look like they made it in the movie. There were vehicles on fire, vehicles with huge spikes sticking out of them and vehicles blowing up everywhere. It impressed me how real everything looked. They use both traditional effects and computer effects when creating most of the scenes. It…

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