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Movie Review: "All the King’s Men"
“All the king’s men” is a film that was staged and produced in the year 2006 after an adaptation from the one produced in 1946. It has indeed won the Pulitzer Prize. It is based on the same novel by Robert Penn Warren. It was directed by Steven Zaillian who also acted as the scripter and producer of the same movie. The movie is a story that revolves round the life of a fictional character that resembles the Louisiana Governor Huey Long.Details
Movie Review: "Chocolat"
"Chocolat" (2000) rightfully belongs to the best romance films and comedy dramas that make the viewers both feel the sensual pleasures and go through the emotional transformation of every character. Chocolat arouses interest at once due to an all-star cast including charming Juliette Binoche (an expert chocolatier), Johnny Depp (a gypsy Roux), Carrie-Anne Moss (Armande’s daughter) and other brilliant actors and actresses.Details
Movies Review: “Why did I Get Married Too?” and “Think Like a Man”
This movie is an invaluable addition for people in the dating pool who are preparing themselves for marriage. It helps them to carefully select the people whom they should be occupying themselves with so as to get a better chance of settling down with the right partner.Details
Movie Review: "The Marriage Chronicles"
Arguably, one of the best marriage coaching movies "The Marriage Chronicles" is a film about four couples who seek the services of a marriage counselor to try and work out their marital problems. These problems range from sexual and physical intimacy to money and parenting issues. The movie provides the viewer with suggestions that are made for the various problems that are presented.Details
Movie Review: “Man in the Iron Mask”
“Man in the Iron Mask” is a very interesting and intriguing movie. I enjoyed it very much. It is a star-driven movie, in which all characters were portrayed perfectly by famous actors. Leonardo DiCaprio, the main star of the movie, was able to brilliantly portray two completely different characters in a single movie. This movie is based on the life of real historical persons, who are heavily fictionalized to make the story more dramatic, romantic, and intriguing.Details
Movie Review: “The Way”
The film "The Way" is a powerful and inspirational story regarding friends, family and the challenges that they face while living in changing times. This movie was released in 2010 and featured Martin Sheen as the main character. Emilio Estevez is credited with writing and producing the movie. The plot of this movie follows a group of people led by Thomas Avery, an American who is heading to France because of his son’s death.Details
Movie Review: "Fist of Fury"
The main purpose of the paper is to study and review the film "Fist of Fury", filmed in 1972 and directed by Lo Wei that is known to be one of the most outstanding works of Bruce Lee. The movie tells the story about one of the most famous Chinese folk heroes, Chen Zhen, the student of Huo Yuanja, the leader of the Ching Wu School.Details
Movie Review: "Rear Window"
Movie review: The movie tells the story of a professional photographer L. B. ‘Jeff’ Jeffries, who broke his leg during a photo shoot on a racetrack. ‘Jeff’ is unable to walk until the leg heals. Thus, he has to spend all his time in his apartment in Greenwich Village. He is bored because he has nothing else to do besides watching his neighbors through the rear window that looks out onto a yard.Details
Movies Review: "Harvest of Empire", "Harvest of Loneliness", "El Norte" and "La Ciudad"
The film "Harvest of Empire" is a powerful documentary that discloses the relation between the immigrants from Latin America to the U.S. over the last decades and aggressive and profit-oriented policy of the United States towards such countries as Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, and Guatemala.Details
Movie Review: "The Birth of a Nation"
"The Birth of a Nation" is a silent drama movie first released in 1915 and directed by W. Griffith. It is wholly based on the renowned novel and also the play The Clansman, written by the famous Thomas Dixon. The movie was first released on the 8th of February, 1915. It was originally brought out in two major parts, separated by a known intermission.Details
Movie Review: "Gran Torino"
"Gran Torino" is a drama film produced by Clint Eastwood in 2009, a story that embraces many issues which are quite penetrating and absorbing for a potential viewer. It is not a secret that a film is a combination of topics prevalent in the United States of America nowadays, meaning particularly those which are connected with the rejection of different ethnical groups living on its territory.Details
Movie Review: "Dances with Wolves"
The multiple Academy Awards was won by the movie "Dances with Wolves" (1990), directed by Kevin Costner who also played the leading role. It can truly be considered a masterpiece of American cinematography. Apart from its artistic value, the film is merited for the depiction of historical events and insights into the culture of Lakota Indians.Details
The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital
“A Jewel in History: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital” is a film that Ms. Mukulla Godwin used to describe the issues surrounding the medical facility. She decided to talk about the hospital and the problems that its staff faced after her friend, Paula Rogers, had told her a lot of information concerning Ida Northcross, MSN, RN, who headed her section in a dictatorial way.Details
he True Story of Che Guevara - The Documentary is an attempt to shed the light on the life, deeds, and death of a person who nowadays is by right referred to as the last revolutionary. Erenesto Guevara de la Serna can be viewed as one of the most controversial political and military leaders of the 20th century.Details
Gender Discrimination of Women in the Film "Sisters of the Gion"
The research is about women in the film Sisters of the Gion, a Japanese film widely discussed in the East Asia and around the world. The paper provides research of the Japanese society based on a few books published about the literature of Japanese society in 1936. The authors placed Japanese literature into the historical context by discussing lives of geisha girls.Details
Sisters of the Gion
The researched movie proves that a position of women in Japan had been ambiguous for centuries. However, the fact that every woman needed the support of a man is evident. Only the status of a married woman gave her a relative freedom. Geishas, who at first glance were independent, suffered a lot. Their lives depended on the patronage of rich males. In fact, they were treated like subjects even more than married women who were able to rely on the support of their familiesDetails
Boys Don’t Cry
The movie “Boys Don’t Cry” provides an example how homophobia can become a sound motive for a murder. The victim was a transgender guy, named Brandon, who actually behaved as a normal boy and dated girls. He was raped and killed because of homophobic jealousy of the ex-boyfriend of Brandon’s girlfriend.Details
Climate Change by Morgan Freeman's
Morgan Freeman’s short film ‘What’s possible’ is aimed at showing that this is the world what is duly possible. As there are all tools required to realize a clean energy policy tomorrow, the only thing needed is the will and joint efforts. Truly, this is not a dream, but a reality to attain a sustainable and habitable planet.Details
Barry Levinson’s “Wag the Dog”
The film by Barry Levinson illustrates how easily the reality can be transformed and how far people can go in their beliefs. The manipulative methods change the situation in that way when the tail becomes smarter than the dog, although we think the other way round.Details
Berlin: Symphony of a Metropolis
The movie under consideration is entitled Berlin: Symphony of a Metropolis, and it was made in 1927. The director of the film is Walter Ruttmann, a German artist, a filmmaker, and a brilliant representative of avant-garde cinematography. In this movie, Ruttmann’s use of montage is considered as innovative one, and it was appreciated by his contemporaries.Details