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1972 Film The Exorcist and Feminine Monstrousness Concept

a term coined by feminist film critic and professor Barbara Creed. And the young girls conversion from angel to devil is more than...

Feminism and Gender Issues During 1950's & 60's

a group of radical New York women who aggressively sought change (Mainardi, 1969). Others chose to work patiently behind the scen...

Citizen Kane and Cinematography

In five pages the opening scene of Welles' masterpiece, its compelling use of cinematography, and the ways in which it establishes...

Stanley Kubrick's Auteur Film Style in A Clockwork Orange and 2001 A Space Odyssey

In eight pages this paper examines Kubrick's definitive auteur film styles as they are represented in these films and compares the...

Realism in Martin Scorsese's Film Raging Bull

In five pages cinematic realism is compared and contrasted with film noir and surrealism with the focus being how in the film Ragi...

Critiquing Film in Terms of Evaluation, Analysis, and Interpretation

projection of the idea or ideas (Cleland http://www.lander.edu/jcleland/HIST306/hist306guidelines% 20film%20rev.html). A basic sy...

Analyzing the Film Deliverance

In six pages critical cinematic theory is applied to director John Boorman's film released in 1972 and discusses how theme is depi...

Issues of Leadership in the Film Saving Private Ryan

In five pages this paper examines the film's characters in a consideration of various leadership issues. There are three other so...

A Review of Hannah and Her Sisters

A 5 page review of the film by Woody Allen. The opinions of other critics are considered and the author's own opinion delivered a...

Film Noir and Classical Hollywood Narrative 'Out of the Past'

This paper consists of 5 pages discusses how film noir and classical Hollywood were influenced by Tourner's 1947 film. There are ...

JFK, a Critical Overview

Few movies have sparked more controversy than JFK, Oliver Stone's 1991 descent into conspiracy theory. This paper offers a critica...

Mental Illness and Government in the Film Dead Man Out

This paper examines this film's complexities in terms of the intertwining government and societal factors throughout in five pages...

Sherman Alexie's Smoke Signals, and 'It's a good day to be indigenous'

determine the dramatic strengths and weaknesses of one version compared to another. The movie This is a "coming of age" story and...

Camera Politica and its Controversial Message

In five pages this text and its controversial message are examined with primary themes including films' role and their use as tool...

Comparing Novel and Film Versions of The Silence of the Lambs

seriously short-handed, and in desperation, he enlists Starlings services. In the novel, Starling is portrayed as an ambitious an...

Tarantino and the director as auteur

This research paper argues that director Quentin Tarantino has earned the perspective of being considered the auteur of his films,...

All About Eve and the Introduction by Marilyn Monroe.

she chooses to apply it in the wrong manner. It is interesting that the film never shows Baxter acting in front of the camera, but...

Defining a Classic - Casablanca

to watch everyone else who comes for the same reason. Intrigue is served with each glass. The plot clinks with the cubes about w...

Cinema Realism and Audience Reaction

In a paper consisting of five pages viewing audience passivity, activity, and impact of film realism is explored in terms of the p...

Guinevere and Lancelot/Their Love in 2 Films

no adultery, save for stolen kisses, which of course are observed and thereby cause conflict, anguish for Arthur; exile for Lance...

Henry Giroux/Dangerous Minds

academic as being relevant or meaningful to their lives (Giroux 46). The plot of this movie is obviously the story of a plucky, ca...

The Breakfast Club/A View of Adolescence

"poor little rich girl or the princess," and is drive to school by her father in a BMW (The Breakfast Club, 1995). Allison is the ...

Society through the Lens of John Landis’s “Trading Places”

the streets? Will Valentine disgrace himself in the commodities market? Since this is a comedy, we know the answer to both questio...

Spielberg/Amistad

of his story, as his capture is told in flashback, which emphasizes the personal tragedy of this event for him. Cinques story of h...

Analyses of 2 German Movies

decent amount of food and health. A Nazi band plays a bright military march that contrasts with the general shabbiness of the men ...

Ozu/Tokyo Story

film taking on certain aspects of each others roles (Davis 80). Norika offers Tomi and Shukichi the respect that filial tradition ...

Analysis: “The Incredibles”

when Dash gets in trouble at school. His mother, Helen, is trying to talk to him and reason with him as they drive home, telling h...

Visual Imagery in 2 German Films

red interior, which contrasts with the white exterior of the car. Like the car, Ripley has a seemingly "spotless" exterior, but hi...

"Lean on Me"

and teachers alike (Willis). It is so out-of-control that only very strong action can tame it, and Clark provides just that action...

Setting & Scenery in 5 Films

a thicket of vines. This is a slow tracking show that is designed to five the audience the impression that they are seeing the poi...