When it comes to cowboys and myths , violence and gun fire is one of the most known legends. Tom and Shane do this throughout both stories numerous times and so do other surrounding enemies. Tom is a loner and tends to keep to himself but when it comes to gun fire and innocent lives being taken, he does his best to protect since the sheriff doesn 't seem to have the guts to. Throughout the story it 's easy to tell that Tom is a brave and talented when it comes to shooting a gun. In the movie The man who shot Liberty Valance , Tom threatens Liberty with a gun fight if he does not leave the restauran, and he will not hesitate to shoot him.
Almost a man” (wright parg#1). The word “Ahm ol enough” and “Almost a man” explains that he is not yet man, but ready to transition to manhood. The writer articulates clearly “‘Waal, Ahma buy a gun’” (Wright par# 16). The word ‘buy’ can explain the absence of the ‘gun’ which is a representative of his men’s and ability of supremacy. There is always ups and down in life which is also happening to Mr. David.
In this film, Vivian has to be played in a understated manner, while still having the determination and self-respect that keep him going, and Mos Def does a nice job. The other leading character, Alan Rickman was an acclaimed actor who had won 70 credits. Though
In Dave’s eyes, possessing a firearm represents dignity and dominance, however, it also exposes his lack of maturity. Firstly, the gun represents respect. Dave wrongly feels that owning a gun will make others respect him more. Having a weapon, in this case, did not increase his respect. His co-workers at the plantation tease and bully him, and he thinks that having a gun will make people stop treating him as a small child.
Corleone has his back towards the camera and the audience feels that something bad is about to happen. Moments later the camera shows men running towards Corleone with guns pointed toward him. These men start shooting Corleone until he falls to the ground. These men shot Corleone because he refused Sollozzo's offer. At the same time Corleone is being shot, Sollozzo captures Hagen and tries to convince him to tell Corleone's oldest son Sonny (James Cann) to take the offer.
While this may be the case, many people may think he was fully aware of what he was doing. This can be proven wrong because the narrator states, “I loved the old man. He had never wronged me... I think it was his eye yes, it was this!”(2).This quote reveals that it was not the old man at all that had made him want to murder him, it was his eye that was his motivation. This shows that he is not in control of his own morals because a trivial reason made him want to kill someone he loved.
Hitchcock was a great screenwriter although he took a writer’s credit only once after 1932 for the film Dial M for Murder. His guiding intelligence was behind all his scripts. He also contributed dialogues and his narrative abilities, sense of plot, pacing remain unparalleled. Hitchcock also had a genius for colloquialism. Hitchcock claim not to care about his deft scripts and cautious working habits belie this pretense of indifference.
Hence the split between spectacle and narrative supports the man's role as the active one of forwarding the story, making things happen. The man controls the film phantasy” (4). However, as the police officer tries to control the film phantasy when he pulls Thelma and Louise over, Thelma rejects his dominance by asserting herself with the gun and giving him orders to get into the trunk. She then becomes the dominant and the police officer becomes the spectacle. Thus, it is showing how the police officer failed at his job in trying to be masculine over women.
The evolution of the director Baz Lurhmann Andrew Venter Topic two: “Lurhmann’s films are not so much adaptations as re-imaginings” Baz Lurhmann is a very distinctive director who is both loved and hated for his bold cinematic techniques. These techniques allow Lurhmann to recreate famous titles such as Romeo and Juliet in a way that very few people could have ever imagined. From Lurhmann’s first film Strictly Ballroom these techniques were very prevalent and instead of out growing these brash techniques he actually evolved and developed his techniques. And thus resulted, resulting in the creations of very successful films. In this essay I will be discussing how Lurhmann has evolved these cinematic techniques beginning in Strictly Ballroom, continuing in Romeo and Juliet and finally in The Great Gatsby.
“Only in dreams can men be truly free,” says Robin William, a famous actor. From time immemorial, human never ceased to pursue freedom, but in fact, many impossibilities exist. However, this still cannot stop their aspiration to freedom, in this case, movie come into the world, for from a very large extent, movie satisfied people’s fantasy. Especially when the technique of special effect at present age grow more and more mature these days, human can create any visual effects they want, and even in the past, when the technique has not yet matured, people use simple theatrical properties and cut the films to create special effect. Hugo, a movie that brings people back to the old days, contains a large number of elements that demonstrated people’s