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    Cult films make up more and more of midnight screenings and are used to show stories that are often controversial in ways that will show the general public what is going on in their society. Sometimes, they were revolutionary films considered to be 'before their time' and not bound by the conventions of their time. Most often, they were obscure and cheesy cult films that were made by maverick, highly individualistic film-makers with low-budget resources and little commercial marketing. Cult films

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    representation of a parallel and diverse socio-political system in film and art thus becomes an act of activism. The repressive, authoritarian, male -centric Bhraminical film texts call for a recentring of the hegemonic ideological atmosphere in Kerala cultural scenario. As popular mode of representative culture, cinema always took a different turn in its history for more than a century. Dileesh Pothan’s Maheshinte Prathikaram being an example for dissent, celebrates the beauty of a village of

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    Cult films are defined by the existence of a small continued “cult” fanbase around a film with lesser commercial success. These fanbases often have traditions for audience participation during the film1, extending from call-out responses to lines in the film to throwing things towards the screen at specific moments. These viewing traditions can have some variations in different areas, but many exist across the fanbase. Viewing traditions are also very much so a social thing- one would not engage

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    Here in the recent years, it has been discovered many times that some of our favorite heroes, such as Paul Revere and John Smith, have lied or have had false claims made towards their actions. Take Revere for example; a poem was written about his midnight ride during the 1860’s, when our country was falling apart due to the Civil War. This poem took all the credit from the 40 plus people who rode that night and gave it to Paul. The question is, do we have a right to do something of that nature? The

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    Many authors utilize imagery to allow the reader to engage in and understand their works. In Robert Frost’s “Birches,” there are several instances where the poem contains heavy usage of imagery for this purpose. The meaning of the poem “Birches” is very under-the-surface— the entire poem focuses on bent birches— too vague for the central purpose to be clear and solid. However, the poem’s copious examples of imagery enable the audience to grasp the scenery that Frost is attempting to describe. In

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    Power Of Language

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    The Way of Words Hola! Hello! Bonjour! Today there are over 6,000 forms of languages that are spoken in the world. We are living in such a culturally diverse world and encourage others to embrace everyone’s race, gender, ethnicity, age, religion, and even personal beliefs. However, a common issue today is sometimes people do not embrace each other’s characteristics. Characteristics of a person describe their features and qualities. In today's society multiple people experience oppression, the cause

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    are movies. However, watching a movie could bring many effects to people like change a person’s thinking way or mind. These changes can be good or bad. The task given in this assignment is to choose a movie and study about how this movie influences teenagers’ minds. By conducting a survey, we could know what the teenagers think about this movie, and whether it has changed their minds or not. After that, we will analyze the answer to know what are the impact of the movie for teenagers

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    saw Tom Hiddleston on the screen for the first time. He played a cameo role of a Lord in the movie «The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby». Then he starred small roles in the films «Conspiracy», «The Gathering Storm» and in «A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets». Oakley’s role in the picture «Unrelated» was the first major work of the beginning actor. The premiere of the movie took place in 2007. The younger sister Emma featured the picture together with her brother

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    Film tourism is a blooming sector among the tourism industry. It describes the effects that film and TV-productions can have on our travel decisions as they inspire people to experience the screened places firsthand. Not only is film tourism an excellent vehicle for destination marketing, it also presents new product development opportunities, such as location tours, film museums, exhibitions and the theming of existing tourist attractions with a film connection. (Film-tourism.com, 2014) Following

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    Celebrity Impact On Youth

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    Negative impact of celebrities on youth Celebrities have a great impact on teenagers, which is a considerable problem nowadays. We have all been witnessing unacceptable behavior by teenagers and children as well, however it is most likely to be labeled as “they are teenagers, they will grow out of it sooner or later”, but such behavior just showed up in our generation, whereas it did not exist in our parent’s and grandparent’s generations. Such a problem might not affect the society in the meantime

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    ‘Man with a Movie Camera,’ is a 1929 one of a kind film. The movie is revolved around one day in the urban life in a Russian city. The movie does not include any actors, or an actual narrative, story. ‘Man with a Movie Camera’ basically follows a passionate camera man and his camera; the man himself is somewhat brave given the danger he puts himself through in order to get a specific shot. It is all about the different ways of making a film, and the techniques required. The movie is a depiction

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    1. INTRODUCTION Ever since the birth of film it has been clear that film would ultimately set a place in the world for itself as the worlds medium of communicating ideas and notions on a mass scale to mass audiences and ultimately be able to influence peoples decisions and become a reason for why they do the different things they do in life. The various forms of film and development of these movements meant that film was becoming more impactful as a whole, but two specific film movements stand out

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    Digital Media Analysis

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    that there is no longer a distinct difference between the two, they are simply cinema. Narrative cinema is now being pushed into the background, while the cinematic foreground now consists of the attraction; the animation, the explosion, the 3-D movie. Films such as Transformers are not praised for their narrative, but for their special effects. The plots of these films are often shallow and poorly written, however audiences do not enjoy such films for their plots, the audience enjoys the spectacle

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    The movies accomplishment of the Quick and Enraged establishment, which started 15 years prior and is presently on its seventh establishment, is indeed mammoth. Fruitful as it might be, the steady weakening of character and plot has been obvious in the course of the last 6 portions. As Dominic Toretto and his force come back to film screens in Enraged 7, with it, the establishment moves much further far from its Cinmas. To them, road dashing was a sort of idealism from their agitated lives as

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    Hollywood Theater History

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    The Haunted Movie Theaters of Hollywood It seems that spirits or ghosts seem to enjoy not only the theater but also watching movies. It appears that many of these ghosts have chosen to haunt Hollywood movie theaters. They can be former actors or actresses or even staff members of the theaters. Mann’s Chinese Theater One of the best recognized landmarks all over the world and especially in Hollywood is the building formerly known as Graumann’s Chinese Theater located on Hollywood Boulevard. Showman

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    The Silent Film Era

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    struggle with adversity. In the film "In the Pawn Shop" Charlie plays a gentleman who is a new employee at a local pawn shop. A silent funny at the least it is quite the interesting film from personal viewing. Anna May Wong was the first Chinese American movie star to be recognized as a great actress. From "Daughter of the Dragon" to "Shanghai Express" she is quite the beauty queen. Another actress of non American birth to rise to stardom is Vilma Bánky. Who was an actress from Hungary, spreading from Budapest

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    Hollywood is pertained as the center of American film and television industries (Merriam-Webster, n.d.). According to Hale (2014), it originated way back late 1800s, where movies and motion started when “motion toys” were invented. It produces an illusion of motion from a display of still frames in fast sequences. The first true motion-capture was produced by Edward Muybridge in 1872 by positioning 12 cameras on a racetrack and captured multiple shots as the horses came across. By the time of 1885

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    since it was released ("Halloween"). This film evolved into a major franchise of 10 movies with more on the way which was not Carpenter 's intention. The conversation that follows viewers after watching the movie is the reason why this iconic movie can be appreciated by the both horror movie fanatics and those who typically stay away from scary movies. In the film Halloween, John Carpenter creates "The Bogeyman," Michael Myers, whose murder tactics reflect considerations of both gender and morality

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    Endings Of A Movie Essay

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    10 Most Iconic Movie Endings Watching movies is one of the favorite past-time of those people who want to enjoy a day without going out. These movies come in different genres such as science fiction, romance, comedy or dramatic movies. Each people have different taste when it comes to movies. Others may love romantic movies while others do not. Or other people may love dramatic movies but not science fiction movies. However, it is not that easy to make a great movie that will be remembered by

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    with classic numbers and an original soundtrack album by Skrillex, Twenty One Pilots and the like, Suicide Squad finally opened in theaters on August 5. The hype for this movie was undeniably humongous, not only because DC hardcore fanboys expected it to be the breakthrough for DCEU with a mix of humor and action, but also movie enthusiasts had been waiting for another reimagination of Joker, together with the live-action versions of other DC beloved villains/antihero. And while it performed pretty

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