Many movie critics found the film too sickening to be considered it as a good movie. 5. El Topo (1970) El Topo was a work of art in bizarre visual. The movie was disturbing and surreal but it had gained the aspect of being amazingly prolific despite of the film’s small budget. In the 1970s, El Topo was the favorite movie in cult genre, because the film was so weird.
The Wizard of Oz is a literary work that has been developed to film and follows Dorothy 's journey down The Yellow Brick Road to escape the Wicked Witch of the West. Throughout Dorothy’s journey she learns the value of persistence, much like Dante learns through traveling in the depths of Dis. Throughout each literary work, the idea of surrounding oneself with good company (also known as a good leader) and never giving up is presented many times. Though the journey is challenging, having good company and not giving up will make any journey much more bearable. Both Dorthy from The Wizard of Oz and Dante from Dante’s Inferno both are at the stake of following or not following their rightful path.
Boys Don’t Cry (1999) shows Brandon Teena, a teenager who presents himself as a teenage boy, is attracted to girls, has fights with the boys and manages to pass, however his happiness is brutally faced with society’s expectations, which results in the film’s unhappy ending. Nevertheless, it is a film that focuses on the positive representation of a trans character in his teenage years and is one of the first films that deal with FtM characters in such humane and sympathetic manner. It remains, however, a violent film that does not carry the message of hope. In Romeos (2011) we are presented with the twenty-year-old trans man not willing to tell his environment he is trans. An important document shows a young man in transphobic Germany where homosexuality and bisexuality seems to be accepted by everyone, yet transsexuality is a big taboo.
For instance, it is not the kind of story in which the protagonist goes into a magic world, like Alice, from Alice in Wonderland (2010) by Tim Burton. In that case, the protagonist is a girl that lives in the real world, and she enters a dimension made of bunnies running with clocks, smoking caterpillars, and talking cats. On the contrary, the worlds of the sub-genre own the same real characteristics, there are no fantastic elements in the movies. Another movie that could not fit in the category of the parallel universes sub-genre is The Wizard of Oz (1939) where Dorothy, a young girl from Kansas, is
Emile Ardolinos creation of the 1987 Dirty Dancing showed the world the hidden and shamed upon dancing styles of the 1960s.While watching the film, the scenes create a feeling of wanting to get up and dance along with them. Both the writer and the director made the movie work smoothly with connections between the different frames that did not leave the audience questioning what just happened or wanting them to have more. With watching Dirty Dancing throughout my childhood, I can say that it is one of the most exciting and well-organized films of the 19th century. IMDb explains, “With an estimated budget of 6 million dollars, with the release date of August 21st, 1987 the total gross worldwide hit 170 million dollars. It also won 1 Oscar with another 11 wins and 6 nominations.
In order for Diageo to ensure its customers are happy and content they survey them annually to monitor how strong their relationships are and to allow customer feedback (Diageo, 2015). Diageo has worked with its customer to help spread their message of drinking responsibly through consumer contest and magazines in order to have a positive impact on the communities they operate in (Diageo, 2015). Diageo also train their customers on how to do correct age verification inspections and how to encourage recycling within their stores (Diageo,
“The paradoxes of time travel are oddities, not impossibilities” (Lewis, 2009, p.310). This essay will, firstly explain the differences between logical and physical possibilities in order to analyse the storyline in the film Terminator One. Drawing on that definition, this essay will give two examples supporting the logical possibility of the film Terminator One. The first defense supporting the logical possibility of this film will be on the subject of the grandfather paradox while the second on the concept of causal loops. A logical possibility is a conceivable concept without contradiction.
“Facts leave no room for possibilities,” as stated by Erin the movie, Exorcism of Emily Rose. When facts end, possibilities will begin. Lack of intellectual stability and certainty is not comfortable but that is the very nature of progress. Change is always painful in one way or another. Authority and stagnation always hide behind answers.
They all contributed as to how Neo unfold everything. There is Tank and Dozer-genuine child of Zion-that do not have any holes because they are 100 percent pure, old fashioned, home-grown human that was born in the real world(Zion) as described by Tank himself. The term holes in the movie was used to introduce the construct of being plugged and unplugged which is only applicable to those who are being freed from the Matrix like Trinity. Trinity’s role was significant in a way that she was the right hand of Morpheus that helped Neo every moment possible and joins him to rescue Morpheus when he was caught by Agent Smith who is, according to Neo, a sentient program that can command any software hardwired to the mainframe. He wanted to know the codes to Zion because he wanted to control the matrix.
But theories today tell us that time travel doesn’t really look like in the movies and will certainly not include any time machine. The reality of time travel is a much harder case, as it may include elements as moving at nearly the speed of light, something with todays knowledge seems unthinkable. This essay will briefly cover the possibilities and issues with time travel. HISTORY