Helena Bonham Carter

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  • Portrayal Of Ophelia Throughout The Two Film Versions Of Hamlet

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    differently adding unique twists and turns of their own to help focus on one thing than the other. In their contrasting films, these two directors depict the character of Ophelia very differently. Through Zeffirelli’s film, Ophelia, played by Helena Bonham Carter is portrayed as a dreamy, naive, childish character, however in Branagh 's version; Kate Winslet portrays Ophelia as a more mature, sensible and strong willed character. These different portrayals of Ophelia can be further analyzed through

  • Film Review : The Movie ' The Film '

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    From time-to-time in Hollywood, there are films released that are labeled “ahead of their time.” Sometimes, these films are recognized as soon as they are released and praised. Other times, the films receive backlash until years later when they are recognized. Fight Club falls into the latter category. When it was first released in theaters, critics responded negativity to the film, especially its intense violence. Today, the film is a cult classic and one of the most quotable movies of all time

  • How Is Tim Burton An Auteur Style

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    In the early days, the French word “author” is also known as auteur. The Auteur Theory proposes that a film reflects the director’s personal creative force behind their films. It differs one director from the other, all giving out different creative ideas when making films. There are many directors these days in the film industry. The one that has caught my attention and is still doing so will have to be Tim Burton. With his famous odd looking glasses and multicolored lenses, Timothy Walter Burton

  • Film Promotion Of Alice In Disney

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    1. Overview of client producing company: Walt Disney Pictures is one of the America’s largest film production company that creates live-action family films within the Walt Disney Studios corporation. Walt Disney Studios consist of such famous divisions as Pixar Animation Studios, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Disneynature, etc.() By collaborating with many famous artists and filmmakers, it has produced some of the most successful movies in history such as Alice in Wonderland, the Pirates of the Caribbean

  • Compare And Contrast Hamlet Movies

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    Starting off with casting in Zeffirelli's version Mel Gibson played Hamlet, Helena Bonham played Ophelia, Glenn Close played Gertrude and Alan Bates played Claudius. In Branagh’s version Kenneth Branagh played Hamlet, Kate Winslet played Ophelia, Julie Christie played Gertrude and Derek Jacobi played Claudius. In my opinion Mel Gibson

  • Why Does A Movie Flop

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    So it was a big surprise when this Disney film didn't manage to make it through. Depp, alongside Armie Hammer and Helena Bonham Cart, stars in this western action film. According to critics, it didn't quite make because it was way too over-budget and it was completely unnecessary. It wouldn't be considered a flop if the budget is less than $375 million because that just

  • Movie Analysis : ' The Corpse Bride '

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    terror, he falls in love with her. Unfortunately, Victor has a horrible time at the rehearsal and cannot remember his vows, leading him off into the words where, while practicing, he inadvertently puts the wedding ring on the Corpse Bride (Helena Bonham Carter), a young woman who was murdered on her wedding day for her parent 's money. Victor’s adventures in the land of the dead tear him between his new wife and his intended bride, while teaching him more about himself and those around him. Throughout

  • Film Analysis : Movie Analysis Of The Fight Club

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    Club Movie Introduction The movie “Fight Club” is an American based film that was produced in 1999. The production was done after the release of a novel in 1996 by Chuck Palahniuk. The movie involved stars such as Edward Norton, Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter and David Fincher is the director. An overall analysis of the video shows that it is a very disturbing film in that it questions our conscience, our phobias, obsessions, reality as well as habits. Many individuals up to date presume that it

  • Film Review Of ' The Film ' Alice '

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    The film Alice in Wonderland was directed by Tim Burton and was based on Alice 's adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. It starred Johnny Depp (The Mad Hatter), Anne Hathaway (The White Queen), Helena Bonham Carter (The Red Queen/Queen of Hearts), Crispin Clover (The Knave of hearts), Matt Lucas (Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum) and Mia Wasikowska (Alice Kingsleigh). The music in this film was done by Danny Elfman who frequently works with Tim Burton 's movies and the film was distributed

  • King's Speech : The Role Of A King

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    The role of a king, apart from his other responsibilities include – being calm and centered, being decisive and having personal integrity, being hard working and energetic, able to protect and maintain order, blessing others and acknowledging the efforts of other people, to search out and to reveal things, to teach those things and deliver his wisdom to his people, and to be well spoken and deliver speeches. Being “well spoken” has many different meanings to different cultures around the world, but