Introduction The Great Gatsby is a film based off the Novel written by an American author F. Scott Fitzgerald. About a fictional town set off the West Egg on prosperous Long Island in the summer of 1922. It was released in 2013, directed by Baz Luhrmann along side Craig Pearce (writer/actor). Part of what makes Fitzgerald 's novel such a favorite piece is the way he is able to analyze the society of which he was also a part of. Through his characters, he not only captures a snapshot of middle- and upper class American life in the 1920s, but also conveys a series of criticisms as well.
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“Leone’s original version tells this story in a complex series of flashbacks, memories, and dreams.” – Roger Ebert “Sergio Leone was known for his Westerns, but his last film and one of his greatest was set in New York City” – Martin Scorsese ‘Once upon a time in America’ is the immortal work of the famous Director. The film, which touches the most important questions of life, such as love, friendship, duty, death, betrayal, happiness and unhappiness, education and outlook. This film is an entire cinematic heritage. The film, as it is widely known, was put on the autobiographical book by Harry Grey - the Jewish gangster, who, while serving time in prison, wrote this piece. The picture tells the story of four friends - David ‘Noodles’ Aaronson, Maximilian ‘Max’ named
PROTAGONIST Michael Corleone is the principle character and hero in The Godfather film arrangement, in which he is depicted by Al Pacino. Michael Corleone is an anecdotal character in Mario Puzo 's books, The Godfather and The Sicilian. He is additionally the principle character of the Godfather film set of three that was regulated by Francis Ford Coppola, in which he was depicted by Al Pacino, who was twice assigned for an Academy Award for his depiction (Best Supporting Actor for The Godfather, and Best Actor for The Godfather Part II). Conceived in 1920, Michael is the most youthful child of Mafia Don Vito Corleone and his wife, Carmela. He has two more established siblings, Santino "Sonny" Corleone and Frederico "Fredo" Corleone and a more youthful sister, Constanzia "Connie" Corleone.
The movie Babel was released on October 27, 2006 in New York City. The director of the movie is Alejandro González Iñárritu, he is a Mexican film director, producer, screenwriter, and composer. Babel was nominated for Best Picture and Best Director in the 2007 Academy Awards, and they got the Academy Award for Best Original Music Score. The movie tells a story about an accident that connects four different groups of people. It takes place on three different continents, Japan, America and Africa.
The Great Gatsby is a 2013 film directed by Baz luhrmann adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of the same name. The film is a periodic romantic drama set in 1922 New York. The movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Gatsby it also stars Toby Maguire, Carrey mulligan, Joel Edgerton and Elizabeth Debicki. The film follows Nick Caraway played by Toby Maguire recounting the story in writing to his therapist treating him for alcoholism he retells his experience of 1922 New York he meets Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio) known for extravagant parties. Nick comes to know that his cousin Daisy (Carrey Mulligan) and Jay were romantically involved before the war.
THEMES AND SYMBOLS IN THE GODFATHER In the middle of 20th centuries, number of film that influenced by the period after WW I, was featured on. One of the most successful ones can be undoubtedly The Godfather. It is a crime film, which is directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Albert S., from a screenplay by Mario Puzo and Coppola is based on and dates back a novel written in 1969 by Puzo. This film tells about an Italian criminal family lives in New York after the war by mirroring to features of social lives and gives strong clues to audience about the post WW I period in America. While the director reflects all of these, he uses some certain and clear oppositions like family relations-business issues, immorality-morality.
The great American novel, The Great Gatsby by Scott F. Fitzgerald was brought to a big screen by director Baz Luhrmann, famous for Moulin Rouge and several other movies. The Great Gatsby perfectly portrays Fitzgerald’s critique of the American society in the 1920’s and also brings us the story of Jay Gatsby, who is putting in all of his effort to retrieve the memory of his love from the past. It follows Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) who left Mid West and came to New York City in 1922. This was an era of rising stocks and loose moral. Nick, however, chasing his own American dream ends up drawn into this world of mystery, corruption and impossible love.
“I believe in America”.  These iconic words, uttered by the Italian undertaker Amerigo Bonasera, mark the dramatic opening shot of Francis Ford Coppola’s first film of The Godfather trilogy. An adaptation of Mario Puzo’s critically acclaimed crime novel, The Godfather (1972), this scene epitomizes the clash between the immigrant’s original, unfettered belief in the new host country, and the reality of their experiences in that country. Also the first words in Puzo’s novel, Amerigo Bonasera literally means “Good Evening America”, a signifier of the symbolic nightfall of the American empire. One cannot help but remember the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci, whose name was feminized by Martin Waldseenmuller  in 1507 to provide the American continent with its name – The Godfather introduces characters who work to establish a re-masculinised America by revealing the inherent irony in Bonasera’s opening lines.
I would give Awakenings an A+ as it is the most emotionally moving film I have ever seen. It is a very touching movie with flawless acting. Hats off to the producers, writers and incredible actors for making this film. This really is a great movie for the whole family The film is definitely worth watching again. This movie deserves to be at the top of your list of movies to see.
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Dakota Gravitt The Great Gatsby (2013) Movie Analysis “The Great Gatsby” movie, made in 2013 featuring Tobey Maguire, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Carey Mulligan, is a film based on a book by the same name written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The film is about Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire), a bonds salesman living in the 1920s, before the market crash, who moves near the shores of New York City over the summer and encounters his mysterious neighbor, Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). His rich neighbor would constantly threw large parties at his mansion on the weekends and one summer day Nick is invited to one in which he eventually meets Gatsby personally (which not many of his guests are allowed to do) and begins to regularly attend his parties and events with him afterwards. Soon, Gatsby confesses to Nick through his cousin Daisy’s friend, Jordan Baker (Elizabeth Debicki), that he wants Nick to ask Daisy, an old lover of Gatsby’s, for lunch one evening so Gatsby can meet her once
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