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  • The 1941 Film, Citizen Kane,

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    art form. Film may be identified as an art form that combines multiple genres to produce classic work. This is specifically revealed by an Orson Welles movie. The 1941 film, Citizen Kane, may be considered a classic based on extensive research. Throughout history, the film is repeatedly rated as one of the greatest films ever produced. Various elements such as storytelling and technique have contributed to the recognition and acclaim attained by the film. During the era in which the film was produced

  • Chapter 4 : Terms Of Opinion Mining

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    CHAPTER 4 TERMS IN OPINION MINING 4.1 DATA SOURCE A DATA SOURCE is a review site i where reviews are posted by people about businesses, products, or services. These sites can use Web 2.0 techniques to collect reviews from social site users or may have professional writers to give their reviews on the current topic or the product or anything else that is in news. Commonly used review sites includes Epinions.com, Twitter and Amazon.com. etc. Review sites are mostly supported by advertising. Some business

  • Vertigo and Citizen Kane Are Products of their Mysogenistic Generation

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    Today’s culture sees a gap between the male and female gender. This is evident in everything from the films we watch, music we listen to, and even in our everyday lives. Historically, this issue has seen an even larger gap, and can be observed in the films that were made during that time. Vertigo and Citizen Kane both show the objectification of women by controlling them, writing them in supportive roles, and placing their value in the way that they look. In Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, made in 1954

  • Pursuit Of Happyness Movie Analysis

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    The movie Pursuit of happyness was based on a true story of a small family. The father Chris Gardner eventually become’s a single father of a young son because of the struggle of the economy trying to sell bone density scanners .The movie takes place in San Francisco California in the 1981. In this movie it shows strength, survival of the economy, and how if you set your mind to get something you want it can change your life around. Success always starts with what seems like failure. In the begging

  • Representation of Sexuality in Tv - Skins

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    With reference to relevant cultural theories analyse the representation of sexuality in a film/television text of your choice. I have chosen to look at and analyse a television text. It is a TV drama aimed at a teenage audience called Skins. I chose this particular text as it focuses upon many different characters and scenarios in regards to sexuality and this forms a basis for analysis and evaluation. Skins also focuses upon Teenage sexuality, specifically, which I believe is a broad and interesting

  • Man's Inhumanity to Man Essay

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    Man's inhumanity to man is a phrase that was first written down by the poet Robert Burns in his poem titled Man was made to mourn: A Dirge in 1784. "Many and sharp the num'rous ills Inwoven with our frame! More pointed still we make ourselves Regret, remorse, and shame! And man, whose heav'n-erected face The smiles of love adorn, - Man's inhumanity to man Makes countless thousands mourn!" This phrase has been displayed throughout history including in the times in which the

  • Essay on Frank Darabont's The Shawshank Redemption

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    Frank Darabont's The Shawshank Redemption The movie the Shawshank Redemption, based on the book by Steven King, I believe is one of the best movies ever made. The portrayal of prison life in the movie is the best I have seen and a star-studded cast including Morgan Freeman supports the characters and brings to life the everyday struggles of life behind bars. In this paper I will relate topics from class to the movie and discuss information we have learned through out the semester. One

  • Film Review : The Movie ' Oslo '

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    August 31st The film I chose to watch and review was a 2011 Norwegian film titled Oslo, August 31st. The film dealt with addiction, relapse and suffering. I chose this film primarily for two reasons: First, it was listed on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) as a film that explores drug use, suffering and suicide (co-occurring disorders). Secondly, I selected it because it is a Foreign / Norwegian film. I am a huge Art-house and European films fan and was thrilled that film was available on

  • The Shawshank Redemption By Frank Darabont And Starred Tim Robbins And Morgan Freeman

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    Introduction I selected the 1994 film, The Shawshank Redemption, which was directed by Frank Darabont and starred Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The central message of this film is the power of hope. When Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), says to Red (Morgan Freeman) “get busy living or get busy dying,” he is saying that it is only when you willingly risk everything, that freedom becomes possible. The film, The Shawshank Redemption takes place in the 1940’s and is the story of a Maine banker, Andy

  • Film Techniques In Shawshank Redemption

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    Shawshank Redemption is a film that was directed by Frank Darabont. Shawshank Redemption was a film about Andy Dufresne, who goes to prison for a double murder that he did not commit and serves two life sentences, Andy makes long-lasting friendships at Shawshank Prison and has many hobbies that he does. In Shawshank Redemption a major theme in this film is escape as it is displayed through the film numerous times and in different formats such as film techniques and characterization. Shawshank Redemption

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