Francis Ford Coppola

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  • Rumble Fish By Francis Ford Coppola

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    Rumble Fish The novel-based American drama movie Rumble Fish was directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1983-the author of the novel S.E. Hinton also co-wrote the screen play. The cinematographer is Stephen Burum, the music is by Stewart Copeland, and the editor is Barry Malkin and the. Zoetrope Studios produced the movie with a 10-million-dollar budget (Clarke). The plot is primarily about the struggles of the main two characters, Rusty James (Matt Dillon) and his older brother the Motorcycle Boy

  • The Movie Apocalypse Now Is Directed By Francis Ford Coppola

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    The movie Apocalypse Now is directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1985. The genre is drama along with a theme of good vs. evil, and man vs. self. The movie is based on a burned out soldier during the Vietnam war, who has been ordered to kill another U.S Soldier who has become a renegade and insane. While, without the sound effects in the first five minutes, the shot can set the tone of the movie. However, two types of sound effects used in the first five minutes make the tone of this movie. The

  • Comparison Of The Movie The Outsiders Directed By Francis Ford Coppola

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    The movie “The Outsiders” directed by Francis Ford Coppola and made in 1983 was an excellent adaptation of the book. The outsiders movie is about young teanagers in gangs trying to show who is the better gang and who is the strongest and the beast. The actors in the movie were ponyboy,darry,dally,soda and johnny are the main characters in this movie NARRATIVE----------- So they think that the only way to settle who is the best gang is to have a huge war. They think that the city is way

  • Comparing The Differences Between The Outsiders, By Francis Ford Coppola

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    The outsiders The movie The Outsiders was produced in 1983 by director Francis Ford Coppola, the book came out in 1967 published by S. E. Hinton. It is found under young adult fiction and crime film/ teen film. This book is about to rival gangs the greasers and the sos. The greasers are a group of lower class boys who come from bad homes. They rely on only each other for support and friendship. On the other hand, the sos are a group of upper class kids who get everything they want they don’t really

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Apocalypse Now Directed By Francis Ford Coppola

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    spend eternity in a place of unspeakable horrors. Not everyone thinks this way and who knows if there even is a Hell; but for a group of soldiers led by U.S Captain of special operations Benjamin Willard in the film Apocalypse Now directed by Francis Ford Coppola, their Hell is all too real. Though it was not in the form of fire and demons, but in the Cambodian jungle during Vietnam. The film follows the journey of Willard, who begins the movie in search of a new mission because he feels his life

  • Joseph Conrad 's Heart Of Darkness And Francis Ford Coppola 's Film Apocalypse

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    The concept of evil is often associated with supernatural powers or creatures, especially in fictional and religious texts. Monsters born from fiction, such as vampires, witches, and werewolves, are thought to be models of evil. Beings that possess supernatural powers that defy human understanding or logic. Many popular horror movies depict evil as a dark force that surrounds these creatures and the concept has continued to grow in popularity through the decades. Similar depictions of evil are even

  • Apocalypse Now Francis Ford Coppola

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    Apocalypse Now [1979] Director: Francis Ford Coppola Good does not always triumph over the evil within. This conflict is portrayed in Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now, where the protagonist Captain Willard(Martin Sheen) is set on a dangerous path to terminate Colonel Kurtz(Marlon Brando) who failed his battle against the evil within. However, Willard must undergo difficult challenges before arriving at Kurtz’s place. Coppola’s cinematography, dialogue/voiceover to heighten the atmosphere is

  • The Outsiders By Francis Ford Coppola

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    “The Outsiders” a film directed by Francis Ford Coppola’s in the 1980s is about two social groups of teenagers who happens to live in the same town and attends the same high school. Although both two social groups live in the same vicinity, they live a completely different life. A group identified as the South-Side Socials (aka “socs”), are the upper class teenagers, while the Greasers, are the less fortunate kids, who just so happen to live on the wrong side of town. These two social groups have

  • Apocalypse Now By Francis Ford Coppola

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    In Francis Ford Coppola’s, Apocalypse Now (1979), you follow the journey of Captain Benjamin L. Willard, as he makes his way up the Nung River on a US Navy patrol boat in Vietnam to assassinate Colonel Walter Kurtz. Coppola’s film reflects the Vietnam war and all the horrors –seen and unseen— associated with it. Specifically, the dissent into madness and the dehumanizing effects of war. Coppola uses the river to symbolize this dissent into madness. The further up the river the crew got, the more

  • Francis Ford Coppola, The Visionary Director Of The Godfather Essay

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    Francis Ford Coppola is the visionary director of the Godfather. He is credited with transforming the entire cinema industry. Joss Whedon is the not so visionary director of Avengers Age of Ultron. Whedon recently compared himself to Coppola when he said: “I tried to make age of Ultron in a similar style to Godfather. The mix of action and drama has a perfect balance I want to strike in my film.” Well I can tell you now Joss that you failed. Cutting every 2 seconds so the audience doesn’t notice