His daughter, an honor student, and your “perfect citizen” type character, is Caroline Wakefield played by Erika Christensen. It is through her point of view where we notice how easily drugs are available to her and how susceptible teenagers are to addiction. Finally, a unique and different perspective is shown through Javier Rodriquez played by Benicio Del Toro. Depicted as a “good cop” in Mexico, Javier is actively fighting against criminals, drug traffickers/smugglers and the reality of corruption in the Mexican military. Between the 3 we view the film at the political level of the drug war, the social level, and law enforcement level, respectively.
Frank Capra’s 1934 black and white romantic comedy It Happened One Night set the pattern for future “screwball” romantic comedies. The story is set during the depression era and focuses on the unlikely paring of an heiress and an unemployed news paper journalist. The conceited and spoiled heiress has rejected her lavish lifestyle and ran away. The film clearly projects how love is able to cross over class conflicts and monetary differences. Unexpectedly, the film became a runaway box office sleeper hit, and won the top five Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Adaptation (Robert Riskin), Best Director (Frank Capra), Best Actor (Clark Gable), and Best Actress (Claudette Colbert).
Agent Ashburn’s tendency to follow the rules changes as she works with Detective Mullins this change shows good character development. The acting of Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy made this movie a hilarious buddy-cop film with great chemistry between the two actresses. The dialogue added comedy to the film. The music in the movie effectively portrayed the streets of Boston. The main strength in The Heat is the films comedy and the humors ability to keep the audience captivated.
Iron man 3 is a science fiction blockbuster movie based on Marvel comic. The movie features a smart, wealthy businessman cum scientist and an inventor who gets kidnapped by Afghan terrorists. The terrorists kidnap the billionaire for his scientific invention capabilities. During his time in capture he develops a super-weapon suit in which he uses to escape and to bring justice as the movie progresses. Key stars in the movie include; Robert Downey who is the main actor, Jr Gwyneth Paltrow, and Jeff Bridges among many others.
Both women vie for the services of Billy Flynn (Richard Gere), a hotshot lawyer guaranteed to “get them off.” Each of the main players, Zellweger, Zeta-Jones, Gere and John C. Riley as Hart’s husband Amos give at least a good performance. Zellweger, who was nominated for an Oscar for her work, does a fine job in the lead role. She certainly captures the naiveté and
Gone with the Wind won the majority of the Oscars in 1939. The year 1939 was the greatest year of Hollywood films. Ten great films were nominated for best picture, including most of the classics, and with the most famous actors and actresses. These include Dark Victory, Goodbye Mr. Chips, Love Affair, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Ninotchka, Of Mice and Men, Stagecoach, The Wizard of Oz, and Wuthering Heights. Gone with the Wind won ten awards out of thirteen nominations.
Set during the mid-20th century, the symbolic story of freedom and hope organically twists from one interesting vignette to the next. The story follows the character Andy Dufresne, played by actor Tim Robbins. Dufresne serves two life sentences for the murder of his wife and her lover in the prison. During his time prison he bonds with the insightful Red performed by Morgan Freeman (an Academy nominated role). As he narrates the film he speaks for all Shawshank prisoners, who sees honesty and bravery in Deufresne.
However, even as he 's on the fast track to wealth and success, he feel guilty when he realizes he is cheating people out of their life 's savings just to earn himself a few thousand dollars in commissions. While watching Boiler Room, there are three similar movies come to mind which are Wall Street (Oliver Stone, 1987), The Wolf of Wall Street (Martin Scorsese, 2013) and In the Company of Men (Neil LaBute, 1997). In "Wall Street", Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), a man driven by greedy; and Bud Fox
Malcolm Crowe who was portrayed by Bruce Willis was exposed to be one of the people who were dead already that Cole sees. Cole was played by Haley Joel Osment). Although the ending was dry and cut, but it was shocking and gave satisfaction to the viewers as a film that belonged to mystery-thriller genre. 5. The Jerk (1979) This is the only comedy film that made on this list which was written by Carl Gottleib, Michael Elias and Steve Martin.
The film has an acceptable ending because Hooker acquired his revenge against Lonnegan for the slaying of his partner which happened in Act I. 9. Scent of a Woman (1992) Charlie Simms portrayed by Chris O’Donnell left to protect himself against George Willis, which was played by Philip Seymour Hoffman and his influential father, as he puts in the student/faculty corrective team for witnessing a hoax in opposition to the headmaster in the past. The scene where Col. Slade walks up the stairway to protect Charlie is so full of emotion that it’s impossible not to get teary-eyed. Col. Slade’s personality won the day here.