Robert Aldrich started his film career in 1941 as a production clerk at RKO pictures, he worked his way up and in the mid 1950’s created his own production company. His most renowned films are Kiss Me Deadly, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, and The Longest Yard (1974). Among the stars in The Dirty Dozen were Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine. Lee Marvin was born February 19, 1924. He was named in honor of Robert E. Lee who was his first cousin, four times removed.
Woodward (Glynn Turman). He is barely alive and he points a gun at all of them to warn them keep this incident secret or they and their parents will die. While waiting for the film to be developed, there’s quite a lot of interesting events going on in town. During the investigation, Jack approaches Nelec due to his overhearing on the military communications on the disturbance of radio wave, but that got Jack arrested. After that, Nelec uses flamethrowers to evacuate all the people who are staying in town.
Hitler became taking out all People who would be his competitor in politics as he eliminated all competition he became the leader of the pack he started all the speech which cause the people to be brainwashed by his words he controlled a country and brought it down to his knees by just words this is not no easy task, in history there isn’t a lot of people who an do that. The man made promises to gain trust of the nations to trick them that he is a man you can trust. At the beginning he started spreading propaganda all upon Germany, he used persuasiveness to make the nazi party gain
The earliest films were silent movies. One of the most iconic figure who played an important role in this stage of film producing is Charlie Chaplin. The legendary silent film comedian came up with his first film “Making a Living” in 1914. But people’s great impression on him only started when he built his trademark as the Little Tramp on the same year in the film “Kid Auto Races at Venice”. The man in a baggy pants, with his moustache, cane and top hat had became a classic character that was remembered by the people till this day.
Even though Bilbo was persuaded, he still chose to link up with thirteen hooligans on a miserable and triumphant journey. When fighting for his life in the pitch black (later on in the book), Bilbo bravely killed a horrendous over-sized spider, earning the name Sting and accumulating confidence. Before the combat started just as he lifted his sword, Bilbo unexpectedly became courageous. “Somehow the killing of the giant spider, all alone by himself in the dark without the help of the wizard or the dwarves or of anyone else, made a great difference to Mr. Baggins. He felt a different person, and much fiercer and bolder in spite of an empty stomach, as he wiped his sword on the grass and put it back into its sheath.
The Great Dictator is a 1940 political satire film written, produced, and staring world renowned actor and comedian, Charlie Chaplin. This was Chaplin’s first true sound film and wound up being his most commercially successful film. The film was nominated for several awards, including five Academy Awards. The setting is based in fictional country Tomania, based on Nazi Germany. The film was produced in the United States prior to World War II, at a time when the U.S. was still at peace with Nazi Germany.
This would be the final test that Giosuѐ had to go through before the tank would be his. Guido set off to find Dora through the hustle-bustle. He was, however, in the process, caught by a German soldier, taken aside and shot dead. His final glimpse was graceful still, for he was able to make his son laugh one last time by imitating the German guard as the two of them marched to Guido’s death. This sight was enough to stay in Giosuѐ’s as well as the audience’s heart for a lifetime.
October 25th of 1942 a Marine, John Basilone, from Buffalo, New York found himself in Solomon Island second guessing his machine gun restrictions. A few moments later the Japanese men were firing their guns and grenades, Basilone on the other hand stayed with the sicken men and tried to repair the guns and change barrels as fast as he could in complete darkness. As the fire fight got intense Basilone raced for the battle line and caught eight Japanese men by surprise and killed them. Basilone rushed barefooted repairing the jams in the guns as he looked around desperately he saw the Japanese assembling another attack, so he dashed towards them with hands full of grenades and sharpened bayonets. In addition to his vaillant actions Basilone was awarded a Medal of Honor.
This was the external conflict because having a nuclear Explosion made the whole family go into the compound. This meant that it only affected the whole family and not just the main character. Another example was since they were underground, they were thought to be dead from a car crash. This was an example of an external conflict because everyone thought that the family died. The Internal conflict is Eli misses his brother, Eddy.
It quickly gets the viewer’s attention, acknowledging the intense and thrilling aerial combat that was lived by Louis Zamperini amongst other soldiers. The loud airplane engine, blood, and screams amongst soldiers are only a glimpse of what World War II was like. As a young boy, Zamperini drank and smoke on a regular basis. His former classmates bullied him, often telling him “to go back to Italy.” Louis’ family was always there to protect and teach him right from wrong. He was the troublemaker of the family, while his older brother was focused on school and running.