American comedy films

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  • Film Review : Super Is A 2010 American Superhero Black Comedy Drama Film Directed By James Gunn

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    Super is a 2010 American superhero black comedy-drama film written and directed by James Gunn, starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, Kevin Bacon and Nathan Fillion. The film premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and was released in theaters in the United States on April 1, 2011 and on video on demand on April 13, 2011.[6] The film was released unrated[7] in U.S. theaters, and later received an R rating for its DVD/Blu-ray release. Contents  [hide]  1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production

  • America's Greatest American Comedy Film: Marilyn Monroe

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    hits where she played as the “dumb gold digging blonde”, like in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and 7 Year Itch. In 1960, she was awarded the Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actress in Comedy for the movie Some Like It Hot. That film later gained recognition as the Greatest American Comedy Film of all time by the American Film institute in 2000. Prior

  • Mul The American Comedy And Action Film Produced By Walt Disney

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    Mulan is a 1998 American comedy and action film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios featuring animations based on the Chinese legend of Hula Mulan. During the invasion by the Huns, the emperor of China asks for one man from each family to join the Chinese army. In order to save Mulan disable father from getting drafted, she secretly goes in his place and becomes one of China’s greatest heros. All though having her identity revealed, Mulan is still manages to defeat the Huns and restore her

  • Educational Significance Of A Good Film

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    when the first film of the world which named ‘Exiting The Factory’ came out, there are plenty of films began to have much profound impact on people’s daily life. With the large number of films’ production, the relationship between people and films is increasingly close. Nowadays, films are not only as the entertaining role for people, sometimes they also help people in many professional areas. The most important thing is that people also can learn some ethic information from some films. This essay will

  • Midnight in Paris

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    we line in…” In the 2011 film, Midnight In Paris, written and directed by Woody Allen, tells the story of Gil Pender’s, played by Owen Wilson, longing for self-fulfillment and his love

  • Essay On Shrek

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    Selecting a great comedy movie can be quite difficult since there are various types of movies out in the market these days. However, the best kind of movies to watch are comedy films since they allow many people to leave the Cinema feeling happy inside. Nonetheless, searching for a particular comedy movie like Shrek would be the best option to choose since they have a total of four movies previously released along with a new movie coming out in 2019. Yet the storyline of Shrek always keeps everyone

  • Narrative Essay About A Wedding

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    I remember we had to attend a wedding in the middle of the month of April. It was fun, but there was a lot to do. It had taken 3 days to complete this wedding. During this wedding, we had to attend 4 programs in total in my three-day weekend. This wedding almost made me lose control of how I had felt during this wedding. When we were invited, the 1st function we had attended was on Friday after school at 8pm. The function we had attended to was the Mehndi (henna) ceremony. As soon as we had arrived

  • Personal Narrative: Student At North Shore High School

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    “WAKE UPPPP!” yelled Brooke’s mom up the stairs. Brooke knew that she should’ve been awake thirty minutes ago to get ready for school, but she had absolutely no motivation. Brooke was a student at North Shore High School, in San Jose, California. It was her first day of the last year of high school at the school she had nothing but hate for. Brooke loved sports, but didn’t like the fact that she had to go to school to play sports. She was involved with many activities and clubs, like volleyball

  • Essay on Some Like It Hot

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    Some Like It Hot is an American screwball comedy film directed by Billy Wilder and featuring Marilyn Monroe as Sugar, Tony Curtis as Joe, and Jack Lemon as Jerry. Joe and Jerry are struggling musicians who accidentally witness a mob hit and become targets. To hide from the mob, they flee the state as members of a traveling women’s band, where further complications set in. They quickly become besotted with the lead singer, Sugar, who in unable to recognize that her band mates are really men masquerading

  • Features Needed to Make a Comedy Film

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    very popular is comedy; these films have been entertaining audiences for decades with over-the-top scenes, characters and funny moments. This essay will focus on what features are needed to make a comedy movie by concentrating on the pro-filmic codes, filmic or technical codes, character types and networks, social themes and narrative patterns and stock scenes that go into creating these films. Comedy is a genre of film that uses humour as a driving force. Even though the comedy business may take