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    The Royal Tenunbaum is about a dysfunctional family that revolves around Royal (Gene Hackman), who failed as a husband for Etheline (Anjelica Huston), and failed as a father to his three children: Chas (Ben Stiller), Richie (Luke Wilson), and his step-daughter Margot (Gweneth Paltrow). Royal is trying to reconnect with his family after learning from his informant and servant to the family, Pagoda (Kumar Pallana), that Henry Sherman (Danny Glover), Etheline’s accountant, proposed to his estranged wife. Anderson’s visual creativity was emphasized in The Royal Tenenbaums mise en scene. By incorporating deliberate color palettes, dominant contrast, character’s costumes, and settings to enhance his story: evoke an emotion, give insight to the characters, and present a pleasing picture for the audience is very impressive. The movie opens with a shot of a book with the same title as the movie, being checked out from a library followed by a brief preview of the book’s first page, that corresponds to the movie’s opening narration. This resembles the experience of watching a movie into reading a book. As the narrator speaks, the Tenenbaum’s house was shown. Color is the first element of Anderson’s artistry. Per Gianetti, color tends to be a…

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    The Royal Tenenbaums was a film that was released in 2001. It is a comedy that was directed by Wes Anderson, who also wrote the film story script as well, along with Owen Wilson. In the Box Office, The Royal Tenenbaums production earned a profit of $52.3M (Rotten Tomatoes). The main cast members also included Gene Hackman as Royal Tenenbaum, Anjelica Huston as Etheline Tenenbaum, Ben Stiller as Chas Tenenbaum, Gwyneth Paltrow as Margot Tenenbaum, Luke Wilson as Richie Tenenbaum, Owen Wilson as…

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    The most memorable books are those with memorable characters. The most loved characters are those that leave an impact on readers. Being able to identify with the characters allow the readers to feel as if they’re on a journey. Therefore, characters have the ability to change readers’ lives. Authors will often fill their stories with powerful characters to create an unforgettable book. This is exactly what John Grogan did when creating Marley and Me. The book is full of his family members and…

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    Robert De Niro Awards

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    The two leading stars of this film, “The Intern” have benefited from comedy at some point throughout their careers. The first one, is Robert De Niro, who entered into the world of comedy back in 1999 with “Analyze This,” which became a critical and commercial success, and it earned De Niro a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical. After “Analyze This,” De Niro continued pursuing and stretching his comedic prowess with “Meet the Parents” in 2000. This film also became a…

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    Statement of intent: Written Text essay - Story I am going to write a text analysis essay for the story All Quiet on the Western Front. My chosen essay topic is how you were positioned as a reader to think a certain way about an issue or issues by the creator of the written text. I need to show my understanding of how the main idea of how the reader is positioned to think of the war in a negative way is presented in the story through the use of the theme underlying of the Brutality of War,…

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    The subject of war and the loss had deeply influenced poetry on the first half of the 20th century. Poets from all around the world had felt the direct influence of these earth-shattering wars and expressed their passionate responses towards the horrors of war. It was during the times of war in which the poems “Refugee blues” and “Disabled” were written by W.H. Auden and Wilfred Owen respectively. Considered to be some of the most remarkable pieces of literature, they were written in the times…

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    “Attack”, by Siegfried Sassoon, effectively represents a vivid and graphic view of the apathy of war by divulging into the minds of the soldiers, giving a more personal view to his poem. There are many such instances in which Sassoon’s clever diction. Instead of the norm of authors of his time, Sassoon did not emphasize the dramatics of war during the battle; he accentuated the pre-war stage. Firstly, Sassoon divulges into the fears of the soldiers. He does this by construing a grave scene.…

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    Jesse Owens

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    a genius with little education in the early years of his life. Overcoming the hate tried towards him, Jesse Owens became an Olympic gold medalist. Although Owens overcame the racial discrimination, Einstein is a better role model because of while widely his discoveries have helped scientist today. Albert Einstein was a remarkable man who never gave up when confronting a problem. In the earlier years of his life, he went to Zürich to take the entrance exam at the Swiss Polytechnic Institute.…

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    figures were developed. One individual in particular was James Cleveland, aka Jesse Owens. He was born on September 12, 1913, in Oakville, Alabama. Owens was the son of a sharecropper known as Henry Cleveland Owens and his mother was Mary Emma Fitzgerald. Jesse was the 7th child of Henry and Emma Owens. Jesse Owens is perhaps best known for proving Adolf Hitler’s theories regarding racial superiority using his athletic capabilities. Hitler believed men and women of Aryan descent were…

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    Jesse Owens did not become a track star overnight. Owens had many training sessions and had to keep up with school to make it to the Olympics. Owens also had to push through discrimination before he became the athlete we now know him as. In 1936, Jesse Owens won four gold medals in the olympics. The reason he was so successful was because of his leadership, dedication, and high ambition. Jesse Owen´s leadership was a huge part of his success. ¨ The 22 year-old sprinter made a mockery of Adolf…

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