Film & Theater Essays and Term Papers
Twelve Angry Men: Juror 8 and Juror 3In the play "Twelve Angry Men" by Reginald Rose, twelve angry jurors are in a murder trial, where the life of a young man is at stake. Although twelve different personalities clash during very tense and intensely emotional scenes, all with different experiences, biases and prejudices, the main ...
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Romeo & Juliet: Film Techniques Which Represent Juliet's PurityRomeo & Juliet: Film techniques/ symbols which represent the purity of Juliet's love.
Baz Luhrman's adaptation of the film Romeo and Juliet presents a fascinating modern interpretation of the 16th century drama composed by William Shakespeare. The film exhibits the romance tragedy of ...
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Politics in the Plays of SophoclesWhat is the definition of a man? This is the question asked by the chorus in one of Sophocles’ most famous plays, Antigone, possibly the most famous Greek tragedy of all time. Sophocles was an extraordinary leader and an extremely talented playwright for ancient Greece. According to Clifton ...
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The Truman ShowA strong human spirit is essential for a Journey. A Journey can either be an emotional or physical one. This is evident in the film "The Truman Show", directed by Peter Weir, where the protagonist, Truman Burbank experiences a sense of Journey. Truman, as played by Jim Carrey, wants to find the ...
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Gangs of New YorkGangs of New York
For my film report I watched the movie Gangs of New York. This film was released in the year 2002 and the director was Martin Scorsese. This is one of the best films I’ve ever watched thanks to the wonderful acting. The actors in this film are very good. Some of these names ...
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Un Long Dimanche de FianĂ§aillesUn Long Dimanche de FianĂ§ailles
The 2004 French film Un Long Dimanche de FianĂ§ailles directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, stars Audrey Tautou as Mathilde, a young girl searching for her fiancĂ©e Manech (Gaspard Ulliel) who has disappeared in the wake of World War One. Everyone believes he has died ...
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The Black SwanMy novelist friend Selden really loves Carl Jung. (I got him a Carl Jung action figure once, actually, from Urban Outfitters or some funky little shop in Santa Barbara; I can't remember which.) And Carl Jung, I learned from Selden (and later from reading), has this thing about The Shadow: that part ...
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American History XAmerican History X
American History X was a movie that taught about racism. The movie had many social issues the characters had to face throughout the film. Right from the beginning to the end of the movie, there were many aspects of racism. The main character Derek Vinyard, played by Edward ...
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The Odyssey and O Brother Where Art Thou ComparisonTodd Greene
Mach 25, 2011
Per 5, Extra Credit
The book/novel, The Odyssey and the movie, O Brother Where Art Thou both show numerous similarities and, or differences. Homer's the Odyssey, is written in Shakespeare's language and the words are reversed being hardly illegible. The Coen ...
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Cloud 9 Critical ResponseLuis Diaz
Fine Arts & the Creative Process: Theatre Emphasis
April 26, 2012
Cloud 9 Critical Response
The play Cloud Nine examines questions of gender identity, sexuality and individual freedom, as they exist within two traditional, oppressive ideological models: colonial imperialism and ...
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The Psychological KillerRobert Young
Film & Genre 260
May 9th, 2011
I Fear Myself
As film evolved over the years, genres grew as well. Sub-genre branched from the typical genres such as; Drama, comedy, honor, romance, action, musical, westerns, and science fiction. The psychological thriller genre is ...
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The Hunt for Red OctoberWhile hundreds, even thousands of excellent movies have been made over the years since motion pictures were invented, there are some movies that stand out among the best. There are various reasons for these standouts, sometimes incredible acting, sometimes impeccable story lines, but in many cases, ...
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The Rime of the Ancient MarinerThe Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Theme: the act of storytelling
“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," Coleridge draws our attention to the Ancient Mariner's story and the act of storytelling. The Ancient Mariner's tale covers a lot of the poem that some moments that happen outside seems like ...
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Campbell's Theories Appilied to Modern FilmCampbell’s Theories Applied to Modern Film
Everyone grew up admiring a hero, whether it was superman, Dad, or a celebrity, somewhere in a person’s life they have looked up to someone as being heroic. Whoever this person may be has had a great influence upon that person’s life. From Joseph ...
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Driving Miss Daisy Perspective PaperAshley Johnson
March 13, 2012
Driving Miss Daisy Perspective Paper
For hundreds of years woman's rights had always been a massive issue in this world. It dwelled on that fact the thought of women are not superior to men. In this male-dominated world women had ...
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Fight ClubFight Club is a movie about a man, played by Edward Norton, having a personality of another man named Tyler Durden being played by Brad Pitt. The man played by Edward Norton (whom I will call the man for the rest of this paper) is suffering from some sort of sickness (insomnia), which he describes ...
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Fiddler On The RoofFiddler On The Roof
Done By: Michael Mikhail
* Some of my family's traditions are: Firstly, the children are not to leave their parents' house until they get married. Secondly, the parents are responsible for all of their children's living, tuition, and marriage expenses. And finally, ...
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“A League Of Their Own” ReviewKristen Pierce
U.S. History since 1865
Written Film Review
“A League Of Their Own”
“A League Of Their Own” is a 1992 American comedy-drama film that tells a fictionalized account of the real-life All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Set in the 1940s, “A League Of Their ...
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Narrative Report on The Wizard of OzNarrative Report on The Wizard of OZ
Story and Plot
When differentiating between story and plot in narrative film, we can identify the story as a series of all the events presented to us within the narrative, inclusive of all elements that have been overtly presented to us, as well as events ...
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Twelve Angry MenW1 T3- Consider what you think is the most important theme to emerge from this text. Write one paragraph, using evidence from the text to support your opinion.
In the play Twelve Angry Men Rose created the most important them to be personality and identity. Rose shows this through juror 8 as he ...
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Educating RitaEducating Rita
New stages of experience often bring about growth and change in one's life but are often alongside with challenges in this new life. As one experiences new phases in their life, change is an implicit part of moving `into the world'. This is clearly demonstrated in the play ...
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School TiesSchool Ties
School Ties (1992) is a film that is set in the 1950s. It is a story about a star quarterback from a Pennsylvania steel town who is recruited to play football for an elite English prep school in hopes that they can defeat the school's arch-rival. This film portrays the difficulties ...
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Facing the Giants1) What are the giants that Coach Taylor has to conquer?
The giants that Coach Taylor has to conquer are fear and failure. He has to conquer his doubt on the self-concept of his team. Coach Taylor has to overcome his anxiety, distrust and disbelief of himself in order for him to ...
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Wicked Musical ReviewRosalind Claire Litsey
Pre-AP English 9
5 May 2012
The show opens with Glinda addressing the citizens of Munchkinland with the news of the Wicked Witch of the West's death. She begins to talk about about their time spent in school together, where her green-skinned roommate, Elphaba, was ...
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