After Caesar’s death, Brutus makes a speech that convinces everyone that what he did was right. His speech was powerful, but not powerful enough. Not soon after, Mark Antony as made a great speech. He uses his words to completely change the crowd and they begin to follow him instead of Brutus. One debater, from Debate.org, argued that words depend on weapons for anything to be done.
Mrs. White was being happy, hysterical, and crazy when just a minute ago she was very upset. This meant she had an insane idea about what to do about her son’s death. This shows that the story “The Monkey’s Paw” had a cause-and-effect relationship that made the audience have a feeling of suspense just like the story “The Tell-Tale Heart” does.
Kristina Wong’s concert film “Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” appeals much more to me. It involves a mixture of how we see ourselves, how we are seen and how we want others to see us. In the show, Kristina Wong claims to address the issue of Asia-American women having high rates of suicide. Indeed, she vividly presents the different tragic stories of various Asia-America women, by using the fast-rolled projector popping up as website flash, or just by performing on herself. Several serious reasons are referred such as a hard childhood, lack of communication, being alienated in school, or social pressure in the cultural community (you should get a
Top 25 Adrenalin Pumping Action Films Seeing a great action flick is like getting a shot of adrenaline directly to your veins. Creating this feeling takes skill on the part of the director and the rest of the filmmaking crew. Scenes need to be shot at awesome angles, and battles and chases need to be depicted in nuanced ways. Fights need to be choreographed to be amazing yet realistic. The audience is gripped by the growing tension.
Gladiator, and other epic movies also, render the quality and the privileges of exposed life, and make from uncovered life the position of sovereign power that would appear to be its inverse. In Gladiator, this is literalized, as Maximus starts the story as a near sovereign, slips to the underworld of the group of gladiators, and reemerges as the exemplification of sovereign force. At the same time the general social reverberation of this dualism of uncovered life and power is influentially exhibit in the vernacular reactions to the film (Burgoyne n.d.). The film cleverly shows the troubles of slavery back in the day, but also puts it in the backdrop of ancient Rome. Maximus emblematizes the state of exposed, stripped life: he deletes his personality, gets to be completely joined into the crude, creaturely life of the gladiators a point made show as blood from butchered creatures is dribbled onto his body on some way or another to his first gladiatorial challenge and gets to be referred to just as "Spaniard."
“Citizen Kane” likes playful paradoxes like that. Its surface is as much fun as any movie ever made. Its depths surpass understanding. I have analyzed it a shot at a time with more than 30 groups, and together we have seen, I believe, pretty much everything that is there on the screen. The more clearly I can see its physical manifestation, the more I am stirred by its mystery.
People bolted for the doors and fainted in their seats. The mayhem caused one New York theater to call the cops and others to call for censorship.” But according to Steven Rebello, a film historian, “ticket holders standing in line grilled the patrons who poured out of the theater, laughing, outraged, shaken, who responded “You gotta see it for yourself!” With Psycho breaking through the societal barrier surrounding sex and violence, a new breed of horror film was
A dispute breaks out once a certain girl, Betty, awakes in a screaming fit; the townsmen grow suspicious of her behavior, as she acts as though she is bewitched. John Proctor is
The ladies have come before Horner was expecting them, and he now plans to lock his most recent conquest, Margery Pinchwife, inside his chamber. The ladies prevent him from stepping aside to lock the door, however, and soon everyone is drinking, singing, and making confessions. The ladies quickly become bawdy, making double entendres and speaking openly of their frustrations with upper-class husbands, whose sexual preferences tend more to lower-class mistresses than to their wives. Lady Fidget expands upon the fraudulence of honor, indicting both ladies and gentlemen: “Our reputation? Lord!
“50 First Dates” seems to start out like another one of Sandler's juvenile movies. In the first scene of the film, a group of girls seem to be astonished at the accomplishments of Henry Roth, who is a Maui veterinarian with an interest in marine mammals, as well as temporary romances with vacationers. When the audience first meets Henry (Adam Sandler), he jokes another one of his dirty minded jokes, where moments after, a walrus vomits all over Henry's Russian assistant. Oh, and we can’t forget about Rob Schneider, who plays a goofy Hawaiian stoner named Ula. Directed by Peter Segal, this movie’s subject is based on short-term memory loss.
Mise-en-Scene is notably used throughout Rethink drink to emphasis the adverts message. After the intoxicated man slips he pushes the pregnant lady into the counter and she falls to the ground. The party members gather around her, they all seem to be worried for her; the pregnant ladies facial expression and heavy breathing suggests that she is in pain and shock. When the couple
I can hear sniggering from behind me, I look to investigate, and the rest of the class is gawking at her as if they’re watching a real life action movie. Alice finally notices the bug then casually flicks it off her head, it lands on the carpet next to me. I squirm towards Natalie who’s already freaking out. Our teacher notices the commotion then without hesitation a voice from the back shouts “There was a bug in Alice’s hair.” My posture collapses as I sink lower in my space, I feel ashamed of myself I should’ve said something. I watch how her ears turn red from behind which makes me feel even worst.