Danijela Akrapovic ENGL 1104-70 John Berke Film Analysis Essay 2 2/10/2018 Film Analysis on Bonnie and Clyde “Bonnie and Clyde” is a kind of realistic, drama, comedy, tragic, gangster movie which was produced by Warner Bros and directed by Arthur Penn. This movie was released in 1967 and it was based on real-life events. Bonnie and Clyde were two criminals who were traveling around central America robbing banks in hope of becoming rich and famous. Before they begin being partners in a crime, she was a hot, blond waitress who worked in a café and did not like her job because boys who came to a café usually want to take advantage of her. On the other hand, he was a young handsome, small town thief who was robbing a gas stations for a living.
The handcuffs are digging into his wrist. He is going to Alaska because he robbed a hardware store and beat a boy named Peter Driscal so badly he could have died. The Rising Action is when Cole beats up Peter because Peter told the police that Cole had broken into a hardware store; and that he robbed the store and then trashed it. After nearly killing Peter some boys from their school pulled Cole off of Peter.
Paul Kersey (Death Wish I-V) After his wife gets murdered and his daughter sexually assaulted by criminals, Paul Kersey takes vengeance by cleaning New York's streets of all crooks and thieves. The former Korean War veteran played by Charles Bronson attempts to achieve that in a rather merciless and straightforward manner, gunning
21. The Chaser (Na Hong Jin, 2008, South Korea) Inspired by the crimes of an actual serial killer, "The Chaser" tells the story of Eom Joong Ho, an ex-cop who is currently a pimp. A number of his "girls" seem to have disappeared recently, while they still owe him money, bringing him into a difficult financial situation. Subsequently, due to lack of "girls" he is forced to send the sick Mi Jin to a customer, despite her objections. However, he eventually realizes that the other women who disappeared, had a date with the same customer, Je Yeong Min.
As this plays out, Blacksad manages to shoot the ‘rat’ and the ‘goanna’, questioning the slowly dying ‘goanna’, until he eventually uncovers the name of the culprit. Ivo Statoc is the most powerful and richest businessman in the city. Natalia was shot by Statoc in cold blood (as she was not a one man kind of woman) and then Statoc went to torture Leon and then killed him in the same cold blood. This ends with a confrontation between Statoc and Blacksad. Statoc offers Blacksad a job and then money as a form of justice, of which Blacksad rejects both and shoots Statoc.
Don’t Breathe portrays suspense and fear in similar ways to other thriller films. In the beginning Rocky acted by Jane Levy, Money acted by Daniel Zovatto, and Alex acted by Dylan Minnette begin by robbing different homeowners as a means to acquire money to support their family as well sell the unneeded items. This excitement ended when they decided to rob a blind veteran who supposedly has $300,000 in cash in his home. Money without thinking of the repercussions decides to break in and attempt at robbing the blind man named Norman Nordstrom played by Stephen Lang. Money then unthinkingly pulls out a gun on Nordstrom, but he uses self-defense against Money and kills him.
The second collaboration between Tak Sakaguchi and Ryuhei Kitamura after "Versus," resulted in a film very similar in themes and aesthetics with the splatter and cult favorite. A family on vacation runs on a group of bank robbers near na isolated forest. The gangsters take the family as hostages but soon after, a samurai rises from the grave and attacks them. Sometime later, some policeman who were pursuing the robeers arrive in the same place only to be ambushed by a zombie who seems to have organized everything. If the concept of a pairing between samurais, zombies, cops and thieves, and an innocent family was not enough, the creators also included some humor moments, chiefly resonating form the policemen who, at times, even address the
Breathless, originally titled ‘À bout de souffle’, made in 1960 is a movie about a small-time thief who steals a car and murders a policeman. The story is about authorities chasing him while he reunites with an American journalist and attempts to persuade her to run away with him to Italy. Jean-Luc Godard, the director of the movie often quotes, ‘To make a film, all you need is a girl and a gun.’, which is probably the inspiration behind this movie. Breathless was one of the movies that kicked off the French New Wave. Like several of his French New Wave members, Jean-Luc Godard started as a film critic, and wrote for the magazine ‘Cahiers du Cinema’ in the 1950s, when he was in his early 20s.
The Usual Suspects, directed by Bryan Singer, exposed to its audience in a plot twist ending, that it was most “unusual” suspect who was “the devil”. A character branded as stupid and crippled with the “wounded innocence of a kid who ate all the cookies”, was revealed to be Keyser Soze, the character in the film who kills his own kids and wife to show the mob who is in control (Ebert par. 3). Gruesomely, he also killed members of the mob and their kids, parents, and friends; burned down their houses; and murdered the people who owed them money. The Character, Soze, is a criminal lord who is introduced in the film as a myth; the characters themselves are not certain about who the guy is; and his identity is ambiguous for most of the movie.