Casablanca Movie Analysis

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Have you ever wondered how life would be like without movies? Movies bring light, joy, and happiness to our soul. We find it hard to stop watching it. We prefer watching a movie rather than reading a book because it is time consuming, it has special effects, it is visually appealing, and moreover, the social aspect is unique, for example, you can go to the movies with your friends. When talking about films, we first need to know the different types of flicks that are being produced, each type has their own genre and director. Michael Curtiz, who was a Hungarian American film director, directed a film titled Casablanca. This movie is a classic film noir film that is considered to be timeless. The story is good and the characters were one of a kind, the acting alone defines how great the movie is. In addition, the directing is the best because the flick is one of the greatest romantic films of all time, but we did not see that much romance scene in the movie. Roger Ebert, who was a film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, said the movie “is about a man and a woman who are in love, and who sacrifice love for a higher purpose” (Ebert, par1).
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It has a good story, the actors were extremely impressive, the acting is exceptional, additionally, the directing is just superb. The special effect of the movie is extraordinary, Curtiz used some props that replicates today’s society, for example, Ricks passport, Curtiz made it so real that it contains visas and stamps from France, Spain, Ethiopia, and Morocco. Furthermore, the piano used in the movie is classic which makes it a classic film. Casablanca deserves every awards it received, there should be no doubt about it being a classic film, as well as, a timeless movie, because of its actor’s remarkable performances and its passage of such an ageless tale of affection and

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