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Visual Arts & Film Studies Movie Review

The Roles of Women in Dreamgirls
The group recorded a song in the recording studio of Curtis and his partner. The song moves up the charts but it was re-recorded by white singers and soon people forget that the song was originally sung by the group of Native American singers.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Movie Review
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The Concept Of Thai Orientalism In Movies
As she initially crosses sword with the king, the movie shows how Anna saves the country from the tyranny of the nonwestern ruler, by imbibing American modern values within him, thus ‘modernizing’ him in the process. The conflict between Anna, (who is influenced by the post-civil war American thoughts) and the King, arises when there is a tussle of values and the latter cannot decide between the ‘modern’ and the ‘traditional’.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Movie Review
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The Kid with a Bike
The theme is based on the attempt of interpretation of the boy’s distracted mind which he suffers due to one of his parent’s unstable social standing. Being not able to bring him up, he falsely tells his young son that the stay at foster home would be a brief one; however, in reality, the things are gloomier for the ill-fated boy.
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Movie Review
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The Societal Aspects of the Film Mystic River
To prevent Katie from reporting the shooting, the two pedestrian friends decided to kill and dump Katie.Importance of both communication and social contact.The movie shows the importance of the urban culture where social contact and personal communication. The two pedestrian killers were not trained to improve their social contact problem. The two pedestrians should be trained to respect the law and avoid killing Katie or playing harmful franks on innocent civilians. The two pedestrians should
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Movie Review
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The Kurdish winter
The conditions for these people was that they had to be Kurdish, and must have been alive when the genocides occurred, as well as been affected in one way or another by the detrimental events that made up the genocide.I gained diverse insights into the situation of the Kurdish people from different parties, including political prisoners, politicians, leaders of different calibre, as well as the common Kurdish people that were victims of the genocide. As the director of the documentary, I shared
Pages: 17 (4250 words), Movie Review
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The Wind Rises: A Review
On finishing his mission his wife’s health deteriorates and heads to near death. At the beginning of the Second World War, Jiro has become an accomplished designer whose planes are mainly used by the Japanese Army during the war. As the movie tends towards the end, Jiro, a pacifist, is not very appeased that his designs were used for the war. The most used aircraft during World War II by Japanese navy was the Zero Fighter, a design of Jiro. As put across during one of his dreams, Jiro’s
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Movie Review
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The Movie I, Robot (2004)
The object of analysis for the purpose of this assignment is the movie I, Robot which is based on nine stories written by the renowned science-fiction author Isaac Asimov. His stories mainly revolve around robots and therefore the movies are named I, Robot. The stories were published in the 1940s decade in American magazines “Super Science Stories” and “Astounding Science Fiction”.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Movie Review
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The Film Industry in Spain: Alejandro Amenabars
Charles is the husband that Grace lost in the war and while Grace is happy to meet him after all these years his entry into the house is devoid of any emotion or happiness, much to the astonishment of Grace, the children and the audience. The servants talk amongst themselves and clear the air by saying that Charles is unaware of the house that he is in.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Movie Review
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The Devil Wears Prada Media Analysis
The power relations in this movie, mostly played by Miranda’s character, are extremely dependable with the clothes she wore. “Power, class, and wealth are recognized by what is worn” (20). In other words, the narrative is extremely dependable of which type of clothing the characters use, why they use it and also how they use it. Miranda’s character express her female power also with verbal and nonverbal actions, for example the way she walks, the way she looks at people and so on.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Movie Review
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The Summary of African Queen Movie Applying Thomas Fosters Terms
Sister Sayer thinks own how they can convert the boat they are using (African Queen) into a torpedo boat which will now help them sink the “Queen Luise.” To avoid the “Queen Luise,” Charlie points out an alternative navigating way through River Ulanga, though it will be suicidal (Huston and John, p. For them to reach the lake following this route, they have to pass through a set of rapids, minimal flooding, and eventually, pass through German fort. Sister Sayer is insistent about the
Pages: 3 (750 words), Movie Review
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The Secret Life of Bees: Insights into Leadership
August comes out in the movie as a born transformational leader, who not only has the ability to inspire ease and trust in others, including the emotionally wrecked Lily, but in a relational context, also has the ability to give way to positive and trustworthy relationships in the family and group she leads.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Movie Review
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The Story of the Film Name of the Rose
The fact that the deaths he investigated, although interconnected, were not part of a specific unified plan, but were independent events with separate causes and perpetrators, maybe a symbolism on human life and the issue of causality. Things happen not because of a predetermined plan but as logical consequences of sporadic events
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Movie Review
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The Wonder of Motion Pictures - the Power of the Written Word
The use of narrative is key in these two paragraphs of the script. In both, the author uses descriptive language with the intent of maintaining the visual which was initiated at the beginning of the work. In both instances, the reader is able to infer about the surroundings which the characters are in at the moment. 
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Movie Review
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