The Godfather (1972) is said to be one of the greatest films ever made. When this movie was released in 1972, it was nominated for Ten Academy Awards and it won three: Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay. The film was adapted from the book with the same name written by award winning author of mafia fiction, Mario Puzo. This film takes place in a span of ten years following the life of Don Corleone, the head of the Corleone Crime Family. It was a film that changed the history of cinema, introducing a very talented filmmaker and several acting legends in the telling of a story of a Sicilian Crime Family.
The Godfather is a film directed by Francis Ford Coppola and written by Mario Puzzo and Francis Ford Coppola. Based on the novel The Godfather by Mario Puzzo. It stared many great actors such as Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, and Robert Duvall. It’s release date was March 24, 1972. The Godfather is an American crime film, and is considered one of the most iconic movies of all time.
Steven Spielberg is an American director whose had countless top grossing films and captured the attention of American audiences. “Jaws”, “Jurassic Park”, “Saving Private Ryan” and 42 more films have been directed by Spielberg and have been credited with countless awards. Spielberg has worked with award winning actors, used groundbreaking technology, and is even considered to be the father of the New Hollywood Era. As a child Steven would film things like family events and occasions and soon went onto directing tv shows, before movies, starting in the mid 80’s to the present. Steven Spielberg is the most memorable director due to his advances in movie special effects and setting the stage for summer blockbusters.
His use of practical effects, as seen in the truck flip and hospital demolition, enhances the technical experience of viewing the films.The shots do not appear animated as would computer generated graphics. This adds to the sheer thrill of the films as audiences are left astonished. This also helps the actors in their processes making their performances more real. An example of this being the fact that some actors were actually frightened by The Joker. Nolan’s willingness to allow actors to “do more with their characters” also adds to the excitement.
Played as Charles Foster Kane, himself, Welles, unexpected fame brought breakthrough in the film history and student filmmakers of many generations had the chance to study this one-of-a-kind film. Released on 1941, Welles’ youthful attributes contributed to enthusiastic approach on the story. The story revolves on a newspaper nobleman named Charles Foster Kane, who is said to be one of the richest and most influential men in America, dies mysteriously. A group of journalists tries to unravel the mystery behind the last word spoken by Kane before he died: "Rosebud." One of the
His remarkable acting skills and the ability to blend himself perfectly into the role has made him very famous and more and more of his fans will crave for Denzel Washington Pictures all over the internet from various films and awards shows too. Denzel made his entry into Hollywood in the same way as many others and that was through sitcoms, where he rose through the ranks in no time and eventually found his way into the field of movies where he managed to win two Oscars for supporting actor and Best Actor. Many of Denzel Washington Pictures from his early days in Hollywood are even available to view today. Denzel has played a role in many box office blockbusters including movies such as Training Day where he played the role of a corrupt cop, a performance which earned him an Oscar for Best actor for a role which left crowds mesmerized for months. As reviews of the movie came flooding in, Denzel Washington Pictures began getting printed in every newspaper and tabloid.
Arbuckle’s success is an incredible story seeing how he was able to create a successful physical comedy career weighing so much. He was so successful that at the time he was considered one of the top actors in Hollywood. It is also amazing to see how quickly even back then a career could be destroyed by one accusation. The fact that he went to trial three times over a hung jury is an incredible and rare circumstance especially since his case was the talk of the country. Arbuckle’s story is a
She had all the qualities of statesmanship in her. To be true we have not given women ample opportunities to develop their in born qualities. If given education, opportunities and facilities, a woman can become a Newton, or Einstein in our country. In our country she performs double role. Besides competing with men outside home in every field, she is still a good house wife an able mother and a dutiful wife.
This model, in the current context offers an immense amount of strength in the foundation set for the Mosou women. Both men and women have a common understanding that this is the way things are done around in the locality and they gladly take it in arms. With a somewhat fair understanding of how the Mosou women hold power in their society, it is questionable: Where will this head in the long run? It is doubtful that the Mosou women’s power within their surroundings will stand the test of
Austen uses the technique of education to illustrate her views on the role of marriage in Emma. Emma is a unique heroine in Austen’s principle because she comes from the most affluent family in town. Her father adores her, her governess spoils her, and her community can find no fault with her. Emma is superior in intelligence to almost everyone she knows. She gets constant praise from her family and friends, which have culminated in a false belief that she can do no wrong.