And a rumor saying Smith had been using steroids Will Smith is still a famous actor and nobody knows when he will retire or die as an actor. He is in an upcoming movie named “Suicide Squad” And the movie will be in theatres in early August of 2016. A rumor is spreading quickly from one of his ex supervisor’s, “Adding that the cause of the pair’s rift may have been caused by Smith’s dependency on steroids, taken in order to reach the required weight to portray the outspoken and iconic heavyweight champion.” (research text from the website www.HYPEBEAST.com). As you can see, Will Smith is still a famous actor and is in an upcoming movie “Suicide
“Darwinian” can symbolize that the author is beginning to feel a primal “survival of the fittest” mindset while killing; it could also be a hint to the WWII metaphor because the Nazi’s used Darwinian ideas to justify the killings they committed. In the fourth stanza, the focus is still on the speaker’s personal experience and feelings. Now, the speaker is using blunt phrases that don’t suggest any mercy or regret, they suggest satisfaction and joy. The phrases “I dropped the mother” and “O one-two-three the murderer inside me rose up hard, the hawkeye killer came on stage forthwith” are cold and suggest a relentless killer. The phrase “O one-two-three” offers a song-like vibe, even though the speaker is talking about murdering a family of woodchucks, solidifying that the speaker is enjoying the murder and finds it
Fourteen years after its release, The Shawshank Redemption is still a memorable movie starring Morgan Freeman as ‘Red’ and Tim Robbins as ‘Andy Dufresne’ that centers on a prison focused on redeeming and rehabilitating criminals wanted for crimes ranging from car theft, to homicide. Despite there being reviews stating how this film is unmoving and unsatisfying, The Shawshank Redemption is an inspiring film that brings fourth plot twists, tension, and symbolism that leaves the viewer craving for more. The Shawshank Redemption directed by Frank Darabont, contains a number of scenes that pull at the heartstrings, and eventually concludes with a heartwarming ending. It is centered around Andy Dufresne, who is wrongfully accused of murdering his wife as well as the man who she was having an affair with. As a result, Andy is sent to serve a lifelong sentence Shawshank prison where he meets characters such as Red and Brooks.
The handsome protagonist Roger Thornhill, played by Cary Grant, is mistakenly pursued by the antagonist Vandamm (James Mason) and his group of henchmen. Roger’s life is turned upside down by being falsely accused of murder, a seductive blonde (Eva Marie Saint) and near death experiences in the action thriller (North By Northwest). Alfred Hitchcock has become well known for his acquitted style earning the nickname ‘master of suspense’ (www.biography.com). North By Northwest is a hybrid film that involves elements of adventure, crime and mystery with the main genre being thriller and action (www.imdb.com). In an action thriller, the audience should expect to feel a wave of emotions leaving them anxious and uncertain which creates suspense and
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 film Psycho redirected the entire horror genre, and in doing so dismantled the prudent 1950’s societal barriers of cinema. Although unseen for its potential by the large studios of the time, Psycho became one of the crowning achievements of film history. While based partially on a true story of murder and psychosis from Wisconsin, the widespread viewing of this tale made way for a new era of film and ushered in a new audience of movie goers. The use of violence, sexual explicitness, dramatic twists, sound, and cinematography throughout this film gave Hitchcock his reputable name and title as master of suspense. In 2018, reviews of films often are headlined with “the book was better.” But, in 1960 there was no such thing
In a fictional world where the justice system cannot catch them all, Dexter Morgan picks up the crumbs by murdering murderers. Dexter Morgan, who is a brother, father, blood analyst, and serial killer, brings justice to Miami, Florida, but refers to himself as a monster, constantly. As a young boy, Dexter Morgan’s dark passenger, what the series calls his want to kill, arises, and Harry Morgan, his father, steers Dexter towards murdering for justice. Harry includes a set of rules, or a code, defining who Dexter can morally kill. The code allows Dexter to parade around cleaning up the streets from rapist and murders in Miami, Florida.
Gladiator is a 2000 British-American epic authentic dramatization film coordinated by Ridley Scott, featuring Russell Crowe. Crowe depicts the fictional character, steadfast Roman general Maximus Decimus Meridius, who is deceived when the ruler Marcus Aurelius ' goal-oriented son, Commodus, murders his father and grabs the throne. Decreased to slavery, Maximus rises through the positions of the gladiatorial arena to vindicate the murder of his family and his emperor. This essay will highlight the technical and cultural dimensions of the film and observe theoretical concepts and film terminology, also how the cinematography helps in portraying characters of the film highlighting their personality. Rome was frequently taken as an allegory
A man named James Mortimer wants Holmes to investigate a crime which took place in Devonshire in which a man called Sir Charles Baskerville was killed by a "Hound". It is an old legend that a mysterious hound will chase the Baskerville family. Mortimer does not believe it and wants Holmes to investigate the crime as well as save the nephew of Charles Baskerville, Henry Baskerville who inherited the Baskerville manor from Charles Baskerville. Holmes accepts and helps to find the culprit. Holmes sends Watson to Devonshire and tells him to investigate and do the groundwork of their investigation until Holmes arrives too.
Quentin Tarantino, one of the most well-known directors in modern cinematography for his way of portraying dark and gritty environments and situations with a certain dark humor that just takes it all away. Famous for works through time like the Kill Bill series and Pulp Fiction, Tarantino in 2012 releases Django Unchained, a film set right before and in the American civil war emphasizing greatly the topics of slavery, racism, and the injustice that was how society treated black individuals in those times. The movie tells the fictional tale of Django, a recently freed slave who has become a bounty hunter and his quest to free his wife from the treacherous life under a white master, there is no doubt that these events are not part of any actual events in the real American civil war when it comes to the characters and the story, but the atmosphere and environments depicted in it are inspired in the real event and even though there is
The Wind that Shakes the Barley is the title of a film released in 2006, directed by Ken Loach from a script by Paul Lafferty. Loach a veteran film director, scooped the Palme d’Or, the highest prize awarded, at the Cannes Film festival for the film. The film, set in Ireland, during 1919 and the early 1920’s, is a work of fiction that covers the historic events of the War of Independence and the Irish Civil War. The story centres on the O’Donovan brothers Damien and Teddy, who are Irish nationalists, involved in the fight for Irish independence from Britain. Whilst the film earned great accolades and reviews for Loach and even topped the Irish Box Office for the highest grossing independent Irish film (Irish Film Board, 2015), it was not without critics and detractors.