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A Movie review on Kenneth Brannagh’s Frankenstein

The movie is an adaptation of Mary Shelly’s novel, “Frankenstein.” In this film, very few things differ from the novel. This film is underlined by very strong and emotive morals that are seen throughout the movie in many different forms – the most obvious is that obsessions can result in dramatic and terrifying consequences) Brannagh displays… View Article

Movie Box

Movie Box is a well known small business, which is situated in Small Heath, Birmingham. Mr. Nazim Hussain currently owns the entertainment store, where he rents out movies and DVD’s. Mr. Nazim has one assistant working for him, who records all the details manually. The assistant also answers phone calls about movies and DVD inquiries…. View Article

Movie Review The Lord Of the War

Lord of War almost didn’t make it to the big screen. In fact, it barely even reached the production stage due to its bristly, accusatory subject matter of illegal international arms dealing. Yet despite its Hollywood feel, “Lord of War” is an excellent introduction to the opaque and oft-ignored activities of the merchants of death,… View Article

The Joy Luck Club Movie Reaction Paper

A movie review is always essential to determine how a film was received by the viewing public. This paper will contain reaction, study or analysis and the over-all assessment of the 1993 critically-acclaimed movie, The Joy Luck Club, based on Amy Tan’s bestseller novel with the same title. Particular questions will be answered by the… View Article

A Historic Movie: The Thin Red Line

The Thin Red Line (1998) is one of the most successful and impressive historic movies produced in Hollywood in the end of the twentieth century, which features the events of the World War II: in particular, an operation of American military forces during the Battle of Guadalcanal. Based on adaptation of the novel of James… View Article

Flags of Our Fathers

Context: “Flags of our Fathers” was a bit of change for Eastwood. The movie is about the famous photograph of the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima by soldiers. Eastwood wanted to show war at its most brutal and that is what he created. Audience: People who like war or action movies and who… View Article

Water Movie Review Reports

Deepa Metha’s “Water” is a movie about the social role of women in India during the 1930s. It is an exposition of the hardships that Indian women have to endure because of the culture that they need to follow and uphold. This movie specifically takes into account the lives of widows living in seclusion in… View Article

Movie Review: Water

Deepa Mehta’s movie entitled “Water” is a depiction of women and religion strugle within the culture of India. The characters in this story provided an attempt to justify the significance of women and religion to their society. The water in this movie played an important role into the characterization of the personas. It shows the… View Article

The movie V for Vendetta

The movie V for Vendetta is based on a graphic novel of the same name written by Alan Moore and drawn by David Lloyd. It centers around the rebellion against a fascist, totalitarian British regime that has developed in the near future. In a Big Brother-esque society, personal freedom has been destroyed in the name… View Article

Utopia of Art and Entertainment

The movie, Funny Face, is an enjoyable, entertaining and certainly a classic in cinema. Amidst the theatrical surface, it makes as fine material for criticism. Richard Dyer highlights this very well using the concept of ‘utopia’ in entertainment. It left a mark in the way I looked—and observed—the film from the general and critical merits…. View Article

Office Space

In the movie, Office Space, Peter Gibbons (played by Ron Livingston) is a Y2K computer software engineer working for Initech in Houston. Supposedly, he must go through thousands of lines of code and update each one to the four-digit-year standard. He goes to work every day and really hates what he does. He and his… View Article


The movie “Pleasantville” (Produced and directed by Gary Ross in 1988) is more than just your ordinary film. Pleasantville sends a message within a message. Not only is it a great film, (made popular by New Line Cinema) it contains numerous biblical references. Some of the biblical references in this film may be easier to… View Article

12 Angry Men

In the movie, 12 Angry Men, an 18 year old boy from a slum is charged with murder. He is put on trial for being accused of stabbing his father in the chest with a knife. Some of the first ten amendments of the Bill of Rights are shown in this movie such as the… View Article

Phases of Tragedy in Blood Diamond – the Movie

Complete innocence describes the hero to be dignified, because of their innocence. Their pride and strength is overpowered by something they cannot control. In the movie Blood Diamond, Soloman walks his son to school. Showing a typical, I deal way to show complete innocence. Also showing a perfect father/son relationship before all the rebels came…. View Article

A Descriptive Analysis of Hervé Bazin’s ‘Vipére au Poing’

This will describe and explore ‘Vipere au Poing’ from two views: the movie and the novel. Herve Bazin wrote ‘Vipere au Poing’ which was published in 1948 (Universite d’Angers). It is the first of a trilogy which consists of: a) ‘Vipere au Poing,’ b) ‘La Mort du Petit Cheval’ and c) Le Cri de la… View Article