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  • Film Analysis: The Wolf Of Wall Street

    Syifa Afiah 016201400164 The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American biographical black comedy film, directed by Martin Scorsese. The screenplay by Terence Winter is adapted from the eponymous memoir by Jordan Belfort and recounts from Belfort's perspective his career as a stockbroker in New York City and how his firm Stratton Oakmont engaged in rampant corruption and fraud on Wall Street that ultimately led to his downfall. Leonardo DiCaprio (who also produced the film) stars as Belfort, with…

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  • Godfather Scene Analysis

    The selected scene is from 37:51 to 39:53 in the film Godfather, Part 2; altogether, there are 15 shots in this duration. This scene is centered with the conversation between Michael Corleone and his step-brother Tom Hagen. This conversation is expected to be very “private”, only between Michael and Tom. Therefore, both lighting and camera shots have to create the sense of mystique. In order to do so, generally speaking, the lighting in this room is very dark. It has struck a responsive chord in…

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  • Analysis Of What Happened To Money In Mario Puzo's The Godfather

    whoever earned money got to keep their own money, but eventually, gangsters started making money for bosses, or basically, gangsters with authority, and if these higher ranked gangsters didn’t get their money, it was game over for those beneath them. First of all, in Little Caesar, the money earned was kept. The gangsters there didn’t belong to anybody, and they did their dirty deeds…

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  • How Did The White Italian Americans Lose Their Power

    The Germans immigrants at first were educated, had some money, stuck to small farm communities and voted for W.A.S.P.s politicians. These are reasons that the W.A.S.P.s did not originally have a severe “negative” view of them. However, this view of the Germans started to change with…

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  • The Italian Job Film Analysis

    When it comes to movie remakes, it seems like they are attempting to cash in on a successful Hollywood storyline when in reality they are just repeating an unnecessary movie that was fine the way it was. However, when it comes to this adventurous British comedy, the remake became even better. The Hollywood action remake of The Italian Job is a crime flick directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Donna and Wayne Powers. Released in 2003, the film is considered intelligent and engaging and…

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  • Honor Thy Father Analysis

    “Ano ang hindi mo gagawin para sa kanya?” a tagline from the movie entitled Honor Thy Father. This tagline means “what can you not do for him?” which is a really a rhetorical question when it pertains to your family. Honor thy Father is a Filipino film with a genre of crime, drama and thriller. It was mainly all about a family that wants to get by to their lives and lately experienced lots of tragedy as they entered the ponzi scheme that is owned by the father of Edgar’s (Cruz) wife, Kaye…

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  • The TV Show South Park: Momor Or Humor?

    is subject to the shows mocking wittiness. When the subject of religion surfaced, the episodes Cartoon Wars Part 1 and Part 2 were the most scandalous episodes when it came to the insulting of religion (Herrmann). This time though these episodes mimicked the religion of Islam. What made it so provocative was the representation of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (Bourguet) When “Cartoon Wars Part 1” aired, it was seen with some disagreement, since it indirectly implied that Muhammad would be…

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  • The Role Of Macbeth As A Tragic Hero

    A tragic hero is a character within a literary work that possesses a tragic flaw that will ultimately incur the downfall of the character, regardless of the character’s good intentions. Macbeth, from Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth, is, without a doubt, one of the most prevalent tragic heroes throughout all works of literature. Macbeth is a tragic hero as he possesses noble stature, a tragic flaw, free choice, an increased awareness of his downfall, and a punishment that exceeds his crimes, all…

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  • Back To The Future Themes

    they are in control of their own future, whether it’s dealing with bullies, causing the butterfly effect, or simply changing an outlook on life. Throughout the three films, bullying is a prominent dilemma that the character must overcome. In the first movie, “George is bullied by Biff, but at the end of the movie he overcomes this and stands up to Biff by punching” (BTTF I). George was being abuse by Biff and was ultimately terrified by him, because of this, his future was negative and Biff…

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  • Macbeth Tragic Hero Characteristics

    of Cawdor!/ All hail, Macbeth, that shalt be King hereafter!” (1.2.49-53) These predictions arouses Macbeth’s curiosity and ambition. As the play goes, Macbeth gradually relies on the witches’ prophecies completely. Lady Macbeth also take a huge part in driving Macbeth’s desire to be king. When Macbeth hesitates to murder King Duncan, Lady Macbeth spurs Macbeth: “And wakes it now, to look so green and pale/ At what it did so freely? From this time/ Such I account thy love. Art thou afeard/ To…

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