James Berardinelli’s review of the movie and Fords performance, summed it up perfectly. In Blade Runner, Deckard was already world-weary. The last thing he wanted was to chase down Roy Batty and his cohorts. Here, Ford plays the character as an even more cynical, embittered individual. This represents one of the actor’s career-best performances.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld gave Richard Pryor the title as, "the Picasso of comedy and considers him to be the heart and soul of comedy." This archive was created by Scott Saul the editor and publisher of Richard Pryor 's Peoria compiled information from his biography called Becoming Richard Pryor. The archive is a jump into societies technological norms, a challenge to expose the work of a biography for the digital age. This rhetorical analysis of Richard Pryor 's Peoria archive is important because it preserves artifacts, or in many instances, the visual pieces, that reconstruct the worlds view of Richard Pryor 's childhood and adolescence. One critical question that Hollywood historians, comedy fans, and academic researchers commonly ask is how the materials within the archive offer a snapshot of Richard Pryor 's life and what items in the archive provide the most significant stories?
Edward Scissorhands is a masterpiece of creative shots and angles, music and lighting the combination of these three created a beautiful story line that relates to the real world. Directed by Tim Burton with an amazing cast Vincent price playing Edward as the main protagonist. The shots in Edward Scissorhands are some of the best shown in cinema with a creative angle. The movie Edward Scissorhands is about an outcast to society who is unfinished yet manages to find love even with the struggles of being an outcast. The director Tim Burton is known for directing horror love stories while opening eyes to the problems of society.
For example, Ian Nathan from Empire magazine stated: “Intelligent and challenging: Mann'’s crime epic could take two viewings to fully absorb, but it's worth every devoted minute” (Nathan). In continuation, James Rocchi from Common Sense Media exclaimed: “Public Enemies is a thoroughly watchable piece of thriller cinema, anchored by a great star turn in [Johnny] Depp's John Dillinger” (Rocchi). Therefore, Public Enemies proved to be a successful addition to today’s historical entertainment. As briefly mentioned, Public Enemies portrayed to viewers what the infamous gangsters we have come to dramatize were truly like, and how those individuals subsequently influenced the advancement of the FBI. Some key historical events and turning points that are emphasized in this film include: John Dillinger’s escape from the Indiana State Penitentiary; Dillinger’s relationship with his girlfriend, Billie Frechette; Dillinger’s polarized arrest in Tucson, Arizona; Dillinger’s Crown Point jail escape; the FBI-gangster gunfight at Little Bohemia Lodge; and Dillinger’s death.
Initially, I thought that this film was nothing but another action thriller generated by Hollywood to earn the big bucks off of a topical project (the Cold War). But once I got further into the plot, I began to have a change of mind. There is no doubt that some serious effort was put into the production of this film. A sense of realism was established early on in the film, essentially laying the groundwork for the tone and plot. Serious line deliveries by Alec Baldwin, Sean Connery, and the rest of the cast contributed to this sense of realism by setting a tone of dread and suspense.
And James Stewart in films like Rear Window (1954), Vertigo (1958), Rope (1948) and the American version of The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956). In England Hitchcock always collaborated with top stars and finest writers but in America things were quite different. He was turned down by many stars and writers who looked down their noses at the genre Hitchcock worked in. Hitchcock felt gratified as the playwright Thorton Wilder the eminent American playwright worked with him willingly in Shadow of a Doubt and treated the film seriously (Truffaut
Tyler, Kelley, and Adam are picked up by the cops and driven home. Once they got to their respective houses their parents grounded them and Tyler’s parents took Tyler to the hospital for his injuries and made Kelley and Adam take the cops to the chop shop so that they would get the car back. Tyler, Kelley, and Adam quickly decided that they would not tell anyone about the doll and say that the carjacker kidnapped them and took them to the chop shop and when the the carjacker turned on his gang they were to scared to try and get away. Adam and Kelley lead the cops to the chop shop and down the tunnel where the found the remaining gang member, unconscious and with rat claw marks up and down his
Thomas and Brenda get separated from the rest of the group, and Thomas discovers a message written all over the city that says that he is the real leader. Thomas and Brenda are then suddenly captured by another group of Cranks who drug them, but before they pass out, Brenda tries to kiss Thomas. He refuses her advances because of his feelings for Teresa. Minho rescues them with the help of the other Gladers, but Thomas is shot in the shoulder with a rusty bullet that leads to an infection. Thomas's infection gets worse, and WICKED captures Thomas to heal his
The fundamental character in part one is "The Ice Truck Killer", a serial enemy of whores who evades the Miami Metro Police Department. The executioner leaves things at the wrongdoing scene that have individual significance to Dexter. In the interim, Dexter is impractically required with Rita Bennett, a single parent whose forthcoming ex, Paul Bennett, is discharged from jail on Parole. While Bennett regards their kids, he more than once yet unsuccessfully, endeavors to get back with Rita. After Bennett undermines him, Dexter thumps Paul out, and afterward sets him up to seem as though he abused his parole by utilizing heroin.
(CHANGE) High Noon focuses on staying loyal, even when everyone tells you to leave. When Kane goes to Mart, and ex-lawman, for advice, he says, “It’s a rotten life. You risk your skin catching killers and the juries let them go so they can come back and shoot you again. If you’re honest, you’re poor your whole life, and in the end you wind up dying all alone in a dirty street, or some stinky alley. For what?
As the debuting film for director Dan Gilroy, Nightcrawler is, in its essence, a film not unlike some we’ve watched in class– one that certainly comes to mind is Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard, a movie that inspires thought about not only the industry, but humanity. Instead of Norma’s post-film craze, our own protagonist, Louis “Lou” Bloom (portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal) is in almost a pre-career craze. Ruthlessly ambitious, he is, my opinion, the image of a sociopath on the prowl for the beginnings of a job, and further than that– a way up in the finally chosen field of television news, where after being a thief to get what money he can, he becomes an independent contractor, shooting stories of gruesome events around Los Angeles. Overall,
Bill said that he was going to end up in the hospital ,Cause red chief keeps on hurting him. Sam sits back and lets bill do the dirty work. Sam didn’t get hit with a rock. Bill got hit with a rock, because Red Chief hit him when he was trying to kidnap him. Bill hair