It also won 1 Oscar with another 11 wins and 6 nominations. The most iconic song used “The Time of My Life” won an Academy award for Best Music, original song” “Dirty”. To of been awarded an Oscar and won other awards just shows how amazing of a film it truly is. Writer Eleanor Bergstein explains in an interview from Samuel G Freedman’s article “FILM; 'DIRTY DANCING ' ROCKS TO AN INNOCENT BEAT” stating, “I meant 'Dirty Dancing ' to be a celebration of the time of your life when you could believe that a kind of earnest, liberal action could remake the world in your own image” (Freedman). IMDb also explains, “The movie is based on a script by American screenwriter Eleanor Bergstein, who based the story on her own experiences dirty dancing while vacationing in
The Andy Griffith Show: A Remembered love, or Forgotten Classic “Nip it in the bud!” Barney Fife, the famous deputy from the iconic television show The Andy Griffith Show, frequently declares. The show has set the bar very high for its extravagant example of clean, fun, and joyful humor and its lasting love in many American’s hearts. Andy Griffith was the main star of The Andy Griffith Show one of the most, if not the most popular television shows of the 1960’s, and well after that as well. In addition, The Andy Griffith Show has given America a clear example that every television show does not need to be immoral to be entertaining. The Andy Griffith Show impacts and changes the lives of the audience all over.
To say Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow is a masterpiece would simply be an understatement. With high praise from nearly all readers of this novel, and encouraged the start of its own Broadway Run on August 6, 2015, it is no surprise this biography catches the eye of many. Not to be confused with the play rendition of this book by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Despite this book being “cringey” at times due to the documentation of Hamilton’s hot headed behaviors, it’s interesting to see how Hamilton created so much for our country, but yet seems to always be behind the spotlight. This is especially shown when Hamilton assisted George Washington in nearly everything he did, and was his “right hand man”, for lack of a better term.
And that has been her greatest mission. Zach Baron, a columnist for the village voice, credits her for “brilliantly” bringing the sufferings of the Tamil’s to a global spotlight. He praised her for getting thousands of American journalists to become aware of the situation, nothing that she put “her success and fame to use every opportunity and avenue possible to remind Americans and people around the globe of this conflict is pretty much the most admirable thing going on in pop music. Even though what Dinga has to say is true, the fact that the people who could actually do something about the situation already knew what the situation was and didn’t offer help anyway. Moreover, the common people who were listening to her music could not really help the people in need.
James Infirmary Blues" and the ending theme "There 'll Never Be Good-Bye" by Minako "Mooki" Obata. All of the tracks are wonderfully implemented in the film, highlighting the purpose and the feeling Rintaro wanted to give to each scene. This trait reaches its apogee in the ending sequence, where "I Can 't Stop Loving You" performed by Ray Charles accompanies a scene of mass destruction, in probably the most memorable scene of the whole
Good morning to my beautiful lecturer Miss Nazratul Akmal Hashim and fellow friends. On this beautiful morning, I would love to share with you a very exciting and adrenaline-pumping movie that I have watched. The title of the movie is What Happened to Monday? Or Seven Sisters. The 123 minutes movie was produced by a very good and commit producer, Max Botkin under Rafaella Production.
This lighthearted tale of overcoming adversity and the power of friendship uses its superb music score, dialogue, and color to give audiences a full movie experience in just 64 minutes. However, if released now, its references to prevalent problems in 1940s America would make the film quite controversial. The film features music in almost every scene, both with lyrics and without. This music, by Frank Churchill and Oliver Wallace with lyrics of original songs by Ned Washington, has an integral role in the perception of the film. From the opening credits of the film, the music indicates that the film is about a comedic circus.
Liberty or Death The American Revolution is one of the greatest things The United States of America can take pride for. One American, Patrick Henry, had a strong voice of protest and spoke up about unfair treatment from British Parliament during his "Speech in the Virginia Convention" in 1775. Henry daringly urged and persuaded the citizens of the United States to show armed resistance to England. He sparked a feeling of revolutionary spirit to his audience by using many different methods of persuasion, which eventually led to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. In his speech, Henry used metaphors to show credibility, imagery to provoke emotions of rage and fear, and rhetorical questions to catch the attention of his audience.
JOURNEY THROUGH IDENTITY Written as a book by Chuck Palanhiuk, directed by David Fincher in 1999, Fight Club is a cult movie, starred by Brad Pitt, Edward Norton ve Helena Bonham Carter and reached tons of fans due to the topics that it highlighted. It is not only one of my favourite movies of all time but also it’s one of the best movies, which describes one simple man’s kind of survival in society related to the things that he did and will do in order to become a ‘man’. Through the movie, one can see everything about what is takes to be a ‘real man’ according to the normative stereotypes of society. In this position the audiance, not only see the events from the main charachter’s point of view but also they see a journey that takes place
I think the MPAA rating of the movie for me I PG and above. I do think that it was good, it was a totally wonderful movie. I could totally give an A+ to this movie because it was absolutely a fantastic movie for me. This is the great discovery in the opening scenes of "Awakenings," preparing the way for sequences of enormous joy and heartbreak, as the patients are "awakened" to a personal freedom they had lost all hope of ever again experiencing only to find that their liberation comes with its own cruel set of conditions. The film, directed with intelligence and heart by Penny Marshall, is based on a famous 1972 book by Oliver Sacks.
Dickstein’s main focus in the article is how even after 50 years since Catch-22’s creation, we have not escaped the novel’s message. Dickstein repeatedly calls attention to the cynicism and madness presented in the novel and how it has and continues to impact the world. Dickstein uses the prototypical college undergraduate, selfish soldiers, and even American presidents all as examples of cynicism. Dickstein specifically uses John F. Kennedy’s famous quote “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country,” as his main example. Dickstein eloquently sums his claims up towards the end of his article when he states, “But subsequent history from Vietnam to Watergate, from Nixon’s lies to Bush’s wars, dimmed youthful idealism, stoked disenchantment, and turned peaceful protest into cynicism and rage.
The assassination of JFK impacted the mood of American culture, therefore changing the way people felt. (Guinn 484) Some grieved over the assassination other individuals wrote new music that showed how they felt. Around mid 1960s the Beatles arrived in the US and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, which marked the beginning of the “British Invasion” began and altered the music world of America. (Rolling stone) The rebellious tone and image of US rock and blues musicians became popular with British youth. (Rolling stone) The mind altering drug LSD inspired a new type of rock to emerge named Psychedelic Rock.