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Movies Marketing and Classification

With the high prices of movie theater entry and the expensive snack bar food and drink, the movies in theaters must be really special in a way that makes them best seen in a theater [...]
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NTV Advertisement Observation

They take place in between the show and before the show after the show. The show majorly is meant for lovers of logical thinking and youthful in nature.
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Desperate Housewives Reaction Paper

The serial is set in the street of Wisteria Lane in the fictional American town of Fairview. The show is about the lives of a group of women, living as neighbors and seen through the [...]
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Features of American and Indian Cinema

It is targeting no social issues or discussions of psychological complexities, rather it is the food for weekend entertainment, filling the appetite of the imagination and fantasies of a country that is gradually finding its [...]
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“The Passion of Christ” as a Christian Movie

As culture is defined as the processes that produce behaviors, practices, meanings, and institutions of our social existence, movies being a modern cultural communicator have a direct effect in shaping the society's beliefs and practices [...]
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Death in the “American History X” Movie

The plot of the movie unfolds through the eyes of Danny Vineyard, and as the movie progresses, one understands the real reason for the murder committed by the hero Edward Norton who plays the role [...]
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Generation Y in the “Matrix Reloaded” Film

Televisions large and small with cable boxes and satellite dishes, all kinds of audio cassettes and compact disc players, video games, the video cassette recorder, the computer, and the portable telephone have changed the way [...]
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The Film as Art and Entertainment

In some of the instances, in the process of portraying and representing culture, the film ends up glamorizing and popularizing the ideas, attitudes, beliefs, and values within the culture.
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Lessons from “The Pursuit of Happyness” Movie

The struggle of Chris Gardner to survive in this world financially and emotionally is a core theme in The Pursuit of Happyness that proves the correctness of choice to sit and watch the movie.
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“Django Unchained” Movie by Quentin Tarantino

After the Brittles are caught, Schultz and Django discover that Broomhilda had been sold to Calvin J. However, Calvin's house slave Stephen reveals the nature of Schultz's and Django's true plan and informs his master.
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Piedmont Media’s Algorithm

In order to streamline and enhance this process, Josh Lynn of Piedmont Media Research developed an algorithm that is likely to assist the professionals greatly.
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“Fast Food Nation” Movie by Richard Linklater

This is a story of how one of the most favorite things in the country is destroying people's health and undermining the belief that the world is a friendly and kind place where people love [...]
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“Salt of the Earth” vs. “On the Waterfront” Films

Moreover, the development of any community could be considered the chain of new issues that trigger the process of the development of a certain movement resulting in the acquisition of new ideas and further sophistication [...]
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American Youth in Films Since 1980s

In fact, the producers of films recognized the import of teenage experience as one of the biggest tools of marketing films to young people globally.
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“Dirty Dancing” Movie by Emile Ardolino

Overall, the movie was a great representation of dance and human relationships. I would recommend the movie to others, as it is a pleasant illustration of dance and human relationships.
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Immigrants’ Urban Life in “Entre Nos” Film

This is in regard to the growth, evolution, and advancement in the cities, the neighborhood concept, people-orientation, and density. In the center of all the anxiety and confusion, people value close friendship as the social [...]
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“The Great Gatsby” Film by Baz Luhrmann

The Great Gatsby is a film that stars Jay Gatsby, Nick Carraway, Tom Buchanan, and the Southern Belle Daisy. The influence of the past comes out throughout the course of the film.
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Afro-Americans in the “Do the Right Thing” Comedy

Spike Lee's movie reflects the problem of ethnic stereotypes by depicting the way in which Afro-Americans defend their right to equality, showing how biases can be confronted, and exemplifying how the political sensibilities can be [...]
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“Fairy Tale Films” by P. Greenhill and S. Matrix

The publication of the Fairy Tale Films by Pauline Greenhill and Sidney Eve Matrix is timely because it seeks to reconstruct the relationship between the fairy tale movies and folklore, and the fairy tale genre.
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Elka: American Styled Soap Opera

The police found the knife in Elka's hands and her hands were soaked in her mother's blood. Now she is out of prison and out to get the person, who killed her mother, reconcile with [...]
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Racial Humor and Stereotypes in “Rush Hour 2”

Due to the influence of the process of globalization various cultures on our planet started to interact very closely, massive waves of migrations covered every country and the clash of customs, traditions, religions and lifestyles [...]
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Irish Culture and Stereotypes in The Quiet Man

Instead of focusing on capturing the essence of the Irish culture and interpreting it with the help of the means that cinematography has to offer, the director resorted to the traditional tropes, therefore, reducing the [...]
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Social Problems in The Godfather Movie

Although at some points the main characters of "The Godfather" are represented as honoured and fair, the analysis of the events constituting the movie's plot make it clear that the criminal behaviour can be proliferated [...]
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Amazon and Netflix: Movies Delivery

Amazon is also a leading marketer of movies in many parts of the world. The practice reduces the number of customers who purchase or rent movies from Amazon and Netflix.
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Media Violence Study

This is evident in the article, which was written by Grisham, where he explains that Sarah and Ben went to Memphis to watch the Grateful Dead Movie.
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Steven Spielberg: Behind the Scenes

Later on, Spielberg's work as the director of a full episode of "The Name of the Game" impressed studio bosses and Universal Studios signed him on for a four-film contract.
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The movie “Hancock”

The movie "Hancock" is a great example where the moral themes are aided by sounds and music, thus adding to the effectiveness and recognition of the moral code. One of the major themes of the [...]
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Biography of Peter Jackson

He works as a film producer, director, and screenwriter, who came to global recognition through his films The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
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Memory by analogy: Hiroshima mon amour

It is quite painful to recall the events that took place in Japan during the Second World War in the aftermath of the atomic bombing of the cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
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Memory by Analogy

However, upon critical analysis, the author notes that the major focus of the film is not to compare the traumatic events experienced by the two main protagonists; rather, it attempts to demonstrate the common devastating [...]
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The Role of Music in the Sea Hawk

The focus of the paper is to demonstrate that music plays several roles in a Hollywood film titled "The Sea Hawk" that was released in 1940.
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Musical Themes in the Film “Conan the Barbarian”

The viewing of Conan the Barbarian leaves very little doubt as to the fact that, semantically speaking, the conceptual genre of this movie closely relates to the genre of Scandinavian sagas, which glorify the virtue [...]
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Youssef Chahine And Egyptian Popular Cinema

In the film Jamila the Algerian, tells the story of Djamila Bouhired a young lady from the nothern African country, who was in 1957 accused of terrorism and sentenced to death by the French.
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Movie Theater Ads

Although there are several modes of advertising, this research found out that movie theater is one of the best modes of advertising.
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The film industry

The violent battles of Europe were rather far from the western civilization and so, films were used to transfer the atmosphere of the battle to the citizens and soldiers.
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Video Games and Movies

In fact, the presence of tactics, strategies, and rules interest adults more than children because the former is more concerned with the restrictions in which their actions are presented.
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John Renoir’s Biography

Similarly, the themes and settings of the films depicted the social practices during the time. When the beggar makes a comic out of the rich, he indicates the partiality in the society.
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Violence in Movies and Its Effects

Some people claim that violence in movies negatively affects people, whereas others argue that violence in movies does not lead to violence in life.
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Independent Study: Tim Burton

It is believed that the flow of the fluids in his films as in the rivers of chocolate in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or the gushing blood from Sweeny Todd: The Demon barber of [...]
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One aspect of cinema during the silent era

In this paper, major focus will be on giving a detailed analysis of the use of music in movies from the silent era vis-a-vis the use of music in the current films.
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Bonnie and Clyde

I want to make it so that it is this very change in perspective that differentiates them from the rest of the population.
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A Beautiful Mind

By using the events in Nash's life and his condition, the movie accurately depicts schizophrenia, which will be the major subject of interest in the review of this movie.
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Tora! Tora! Tora!

If the fact that the producers of the film tried to create a historically authentic film can be used to sell the movie to the general public?
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Feminism in Roger and Dodger Film

The plot of the movie tends towards portraying women as inferior to men given majority of the women in the movie fall into traps set by men very easily.
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The Business of Being Born

The movie generally favor the argument that in cases of normal births without complications, midwives can conduct home deliveries and this is seen to be better as compared to hospital births that are normally conducted [...]
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Aging in Society and Community

The superb comedy movie also looks at the major life changes, such as retirement and life of widowhood, transformations in living arrangements, and economic and political issues that define the habits of the old people [...]
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Fight Club – Analysis of Consumerism

If the cost of a recall is expected to be higher than the cost of dealing with lawsuits, initiated by unsatisfied customers, the car-manufacturing company will not move a finger: "Take the number of vehicles [...]
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Sidney Lumet and His Concerns

The story told in the movie A Stranger Among Us is similar to all stories used by Sydney Lumet where the director manages to introduce characters who by all means choose the side of observing [...]
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Exploring autism in the drama film Rain Man

Charlie Babbitt, the brother to Raymond, is the actor who portrays Raymond's autism on the way to Los Angeles to secure his fair share in the Babbitt's $3 million fortunes in form of inheritance.
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Racism in the “Crash”

It is worthy noting that, all the characters in the film are victims of crashes and none is free of sympathy. The wouldisappearance' referred to by Graham is that of racism.
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“28 Days” by Betty Thomas

All other inmates assisted her to realize herself as she tries to come back to her senses and deal with her alcoholism, at the end, she tries on giving up the alcoholism. She ended up [...]
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My Opinion on the Movie Titanic

Upon the knowledge of the portray, Dawson Calvert contacted Lovett, she was asked if she knew about the necklace and she said that indeed she was the one Rose DeWittone of the passengers deemed to [...]
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Casablanca the Movie

The things that are brought to light in the paper concerning the movie are; summery of the plot, characters, music used, reception, awards and finally errors and inaccuracy in the movie.
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Film and Culture

Apparently, the cultural uniqueness, on the part of White people, does not solely refer to their talent in baby-making, as it is usually the case with people in Third World countries, but to their acute [...]
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Film Analysis – “A History of Violence”

"A History of Violence" is a 2005 American thriller movie that is based on a novel bearing the same name and it tells the story of Tom Stall, a restaurant owner in the small town [...]
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Compare Two Movies Related With Human Rights

In the Name of the Father is a movie that portrays an innocent arrest of Gerry Colon and subsequent torture for him to confess the terrorist's crimes he did not commit and enduring long legal [...]
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Forrest Gump Movie

Although he was mentally retarded Forrest Gump had another quality in him and it is the innocence and the graciousness of a gentleman.
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Film Character Analysis

Rushmore is a brilliant example of a boy's life where it is necessary to perform a number of particular roles without considering personal ambitions and interests; the boy finds it interesting to use his funny [...]
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Film History as Cultural Myth-Making

The director of the film utilizes the visual stereotypes of the Australian desert landscapes for producing the effect of isolation of the country from the rest of the world.
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Guns, Germs and Steel

In the movie, Jared uses the conquest of the Spaniards over the Incas to illustrate how geography contributed in a big way to the development of some cultures such that they became superior over others. [...]
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Review of the film Eat a bowl of teiasa

The work is a depiction of the clashes between Chinese culture and way of life and the American ideas existing at the time in Chinatown of the City of New York in the period after [...]
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Forrest Gump by Robert Zemeckis

Forrest Gump is a motivating movie about the struggles that we go through in life and it gives hope that there is always a way out of every quagmire.
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“Ocean’s Eleven” (2001 film)

They disclose to him the scheme of stealing money from the vaults of the Bellagio, The Mirage and the MGM Grand casinos owned by his former rival in the same business, Terry Benedict.
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Wall Street and Boiler Room: Compare and Contrast

To my mind, Wall Street and Boiler Room are one of the most interesting and educative films about the ways of how young people want to achieve the desirable success by means of frauds, lies, [...]
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Philadelphia: Prejudice about Homosexuality

Philadelphia is the movie that touches upon numerous themes, and one of them is the development of the relations between two men with absolutely different interests and principles: one of them is Andrew Beckett, who [...]
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A Beautiful Mind

He is the central character in the film and he ends up in conflict due to the struggles that he faces after being diagnosed with a mental disorder.
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Fried Green Tomatoes Movie

Throughout the movie, we are kept entertained by the mix of comedy as well as a bit of drama. At this juncture, the movie is probably trying to explain the irony of life.
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Bicycle thieves movie

From this movie the philosophy which can be formed is that humans try to act according to the circumstances they are in.
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