Words of Wisdom:

"let people beleive you are stupid rather than open your mouth and remove all doubt" - Poin_dexter

Essays for Art: Movies

  1. The Social Cry in Planet of the Apes
    After watching The Planet of the Apes, everyone seemed to leave the movie with a message in mind. Be it the controversial subject matter of Science vs. Religion, animal cruelty, or the cries of the extremeness of war and nuclear weapons. The makers...
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  2. The Truth in the Matrix
    Wake Up<br /> <br /> Human beings have always had a difficult time establishing the definition of reality. In The Allegory of the Cave by Plato, prisoners chained to a rock observe shadows on the wall for so long that they believe they are real...
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  3. To Kill a Mockingbird - prize-winning
    The film “To kill a mockingbird” is based on the prize-winning novel written by Harper Lee. It shows Atticus’s (Gregory Peck) struggle for justice in a small, racist community. He balances widowed fatherhood with his search for what’s right...
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  4. Violence in a Clockwork Orange
    Violence is a central part of A Clockwork Orange. It operates as both a stylistic representation of expression, and a greater thematic core. With such a prominent two pronged incorporation of violence, the centrality of it to the text cannot be...
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  5. Why?
    After seeing the film The Virgin Suicides, I found myself asking the question why. While talking to other students about the film again came the question, why? Why would these girls, with so much to look forward to, commit suicide? This question...
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