Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Essays

  • Who Is Ellen A Dynamic Character In Finding My Voice

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    Adolescence is a time when teenagers are subject to pressures. Many of their troubles arise from the culture in which they live. They feel as if they are different and that they don’t belong. Marie G. Lee 's “Finding My Voice”, explores how the life of a teen is influenced by others. This story revolves around the challenges and uncertainties of adolescence. It also displays that conflict is inevitable in a parent/child relationship. ‘Ellen Sung’ is a dynamic character. Many events lead to Ellen’s

  • How Did Audrey Hepburn Revolutionized The Acting World

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    around the world. An example of one of her projects is the “AudreyBag”. It is a bag that is according to Hepburn herself "Finally, something to go with that little black dress." During her acting career she won 1 Academy Award, 1 Emmy, 3 Golden Globes, 1 Grammy, and Tony Awards according to

  • Stephen Sondheim Musical Analysis

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    Musical theatre performance, which presents fictional plots and impresses audiences with show-stopping dance and song, unites dramatic works across the globe. American musical theatre, specifically, draws inspiration from European straight plays, burlesques, and operas, while dramatizing American topics. Nineteenth-century musical comedies use entertaining situations, rather than plot, to frame performances involving song, dance, and humor. For example, George M. Cohan’s works, although inspired

  • Sharon Stone Essay

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    numerous modeling contests she joined Fords Modelling Agency where she enjoyed a successful modeling career but Sharon was hungry for something more and knew she wanted to be an actress. And so she started her long journey which would eventually

  • Terms Of Endearment Analysis

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    In 1983, my mother Heather Chorley graduated high school and had just begun a new chapter in her life: college. Having never lived away from home for extended periods of time, college was a very big step for her. December of that year, Terms of Endearment came out. Whether the film was memorable because of the significance of that year for her or because, in just over two hours, it marries together all possible ups and downs of life in a graceful and tear-inducing way, it had a significant effect

  • 12 Years A Slave Movie Review Essay

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    Review about 12 Years a Slave 1. Introduction 12 Years a Slave is a 2013 period drama film and an adaptation of the 1853 slave narrative memoir Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup, a New York State-born free African-American man who was kidnapped in Washington, D.C., in 1841 and sold into slavery. Northup worked on plantations in the state of Louisiana for 12 years before his release. The first scholarly edition of Northup 's memoir, co-edited in 1968 by Sue Eakin and Joseph Logsdon, carefully

  • Film Analysis: A Game Of Shadows

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    Where usually the viewers follow the lead character by “listening in” on his thoughts as Sherlock makes his observations and analysis or, in the case of Guy Ritchie’s films, planning a few steps ahead which are then shown in slow motion, the series director Paul McGuigan suggested putting the thoughts directly on screen for the viewers to follow. It happens often throughout the series that seemingly random keywords flash on screen when Sherlock is thinking or analysing, that text