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"Cheat Is My Only Option" - Lovenaim

Essays for Art: Movies

  1. Spring Break for College Students
    Title: Spring vacations for college students on a small budget. General purpose: to inform students of money saving tips. Intro: I. Attention getter: Montego Bay...
  2. Dangers of Tattoos
    Have you ever been stopped on the street and told that you look like a model? Well, if you have, you know it can be flattering. To be a model is practically every girl's...
  3. Morality Decline
    "Freedom without morality inevitably becomes merely the liberty to perpetuate evil." I. The thought that entertainment is putting America in a moral decline was...
  4. Alienation in Modern Society
    I will compare and contrast Mike Newell\'s Dance with a Stranger and<br /> Danny Boyle\'s Shallow Grave in terms of alienation. The reasoning<br /> behind my choice is that these two films have explicit characteristics<br /> in the frame...
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  5. Andersonville (the Movie)
    “Five hundred men moved silently toward the gates that would shut out life and hope for most of them forever. Quarter of a mile from the railroad we came into a massive palisade with great squared logs standing upright in the ground. Fires blazed...
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  6. Burkina Faso
    Standing for “Country of Integrity”, Burkina Faso is the great capital of African cinema. In<br /> fact, it is known through all Africa and around the world for making good movies. What are the reasons? The Burkinabese government invests a lot...
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  7. The Exposé of Heroism Through Jay Gatsby
    A character can be acknowledged as a tragic hero with the embodiment of various characteristics: he must cause his own downfall, his fate is not deserved, and he also must...
  8. Citizen Kane: an Accurate Portrayal of William Randolph Hearst?
    Many have called Citizen Kane the greatest cinematic achievement of all <br /> time. It is indeed a true masterpiece of acting, screen writing, and <br /> directing. Orson Welles, its young genius director, lead...
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  9. Mba Essay Questions
    1. What are the five assumptions of the cultural frame? What do these assumptions "boil down to"? In other words, what's the main theme? Put another way, how is the...
  10. Critique on Open City
    Open City by Roberto Rossellini<br /> <br /> “Open City” is a neo-realist film that followed the movement in Italy during World War 2. The film is neo-realistic because it has that ‘reality’ like feeling to it by following specific...
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  11. George of the Jungle
    The film “George of the Jungle”, directed by Sam Weisman is a romantic comedy and parody. In other words, it fully rips off Tarzan and makes a classic story seem stupid. <br /> <br /> In the beginning of the film the audience is shown a short...
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  12. Heathers and Shame
    Throughout time the concept of gender and the corruption of power associated with it has been a very evident problem within society. Many texts have been designed to expose these issues and in particular the feature films’ Heathers, directed by...
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  13. Entertainment at a Glance
    Try to imagine this world without entertainment. Impossible, right? Entertainment can come in various forms: music, games, movies, theatre, etc. Movies and plays are...
  14. Country Music's Authenticity
    Country Music Country music is what I grew up on. My family was lower middle class, living in a small rural town of 3000 people. We could relate to the down to earth...
  15. Joy Luck Club
    The Joy Luck Club is a movie by Wayne Wang based on a book by Amy Tan. The movie begins with a short narrative which is simply the gist of the movie. It speaks of how a woman bought a goose which soon becomes a swan. This woman aspired to go to...
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  16. Lifting Up an African Hero
    Sometimes the magic of movies gives you an overwhelming amount of emotion by bringing you joy, fear, or sorrow. Sometimes, movies offer a great old-fashioned learning experience. For someone who does not know a thing about African politics in...
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  17. Lord of the Rings
    Introduction<br /> <br /> For my essay I am writing about the importance of the well known character Frodo Baggins. Frodo Baggins is important because he reinforces the themes of courage, loyalty and friendship, and the fact that anyone can do...
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  18. Luc Besson
    Thesis: Luc Besson is one of the best French Directors of this century. His works can either be viewed as mere action packed thrillers or the viewer can go in depth and question society and morality. Besson wishes to make the viewer question the...
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  19. Man with a Movie Camera vs Run Lola Run
    Andre Parfeniuk Student # 10260974 December 3, 2001 <br /> The Impact of Dziga Vertov on Film <br /> " The main and essential thing is : the sensory exploration of the world through film. We therefore take as a point of departure the use of...
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  20. Matrix Reloaded
    “The moving image and film sequence deconstruction” After watching 10 minutes of your select film sequence, carefully analyse a selection of varied camera shots and say what is significant about each one. Also indicate aspect of music, sound...
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  21. Meet Me in St. Louis
    This film is about a well off family who has four beautiful daughters. One of the daughters who is the age of 17 years old is played by Judy Garland who falls in love with a boy next door, even though the boy next door barely notices that Judy...
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  22. Once Were Warriors
    Filmic technique plays a vital role in the way an audience looks at a character or society in a whole. Lee Tamahori’s film “Once were warriors” uses filmic technique in the crafting of the characters, the roles they adopt and the...
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  23. The Character of the Fool in King Lear
    The very first impression that anyone might have when reading a Shakespearian play that include a fool as one of its characters is that he is used to provide entertainment...
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