Julianne Moore

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  • Semiothic Of The Kitchen, By Martha Rosler

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    that I’m going to talk about is a film called safe which directed by todd Haynes. The film was release on the june 30, 1995 and was voted as the best film of the 1990s in the 1999. This film starring three main actors Julianne Moore, Peter Friedman and Xander Berkeley. Julianne moore play the role of Carol White who is a homemaker. Carol White is a wealthy L.A. housewife, she spends her days just like every normal people would do. She does aerobics, gardening, taking clothes to the dry cleaners, chatting

  • Boogie Nights Essay

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    lives, and the pornography business seems to provide them with what they are lacking. This is evidenced when Dirk's need for a loving mother figure is fulfilled by Amber, who desperately wants to be reunited with her estranged son. Amber (Julianne Moore), a veteran in the business, quickly takes Dirk under her protective maternal wing by providing him with something he has never had, the unconditional love of a mother. Amber's maternal displays of affection are incestuously infected at best,

  • The Luck Of Ginger Coffey Essay

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    inhabitants repeatedly described as frozen and stagnant: “Four forty-five. Office workers, waiting release as the minute hand moved slowly towards the hour, looked at the darkness beyond their windows and saw edges of frosting begin to mist the panes” (Moore 117). Despite this passage’s emphasis on stillness, however, it nevertheless features two references to time. Throughout Moore’s novel, attention is repeatedly paid to specific times or time frames, complicating the underlying image of Montreal as

  • The Tunnel Of Love Song By Bruce Springsteen

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    who enjoyed his life of solitude and wandering, and always chose the life he was used to over love until one day when a woman caught his attention. He fell in love, and married her soon after meeting her. Bruce Springsteen married American model Julianne Phillips in 1985, after the release of Tunnel of Love. On the album, many of the songs described his unhappiness in the relationship with Phillips, and in 1989 (two years after the release of Tunnel of Love) they got a divorce. Although Bruce Springsteen

  • It’s Time to Demand More from Corporate America Essay

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    It’s Time to Demand More from Corporate America Michael Moore exposes corporate America's dark side in Roger and Me, Pets or Meat: The Return to Flint, and The Big One (Moore).  These show that corporate America is committing a form of domestic terrorism by dehumanizing and exploiting their workers then forcing them to the streets to survive. The actions by individuals such as Roger Smith and Phil Knight are perfect examples of capitalists constantly oppressing the working class described

  • Sicko and Moore Essay

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    SiCKo: The Thought­Provoker Michael  Francis  Moore  is  a  controversial  American  filmmaker  who  has  directed numerous  documentaries.  These  documentaries  have  taken  a  large  spectrum  of  popular American  issues  and  reduced  them  to  one:  capitalism.  His  most  popular  cinematic  works include  Bowling  for  Columbine,  Fahrenheit  9/11,  Capitalism:  A  Love  Story,  and most­notably,  SiCKo.  With  a  liberal  stance,  Moore  has  documented  his  own  vision  on America’s 

  • Essay about A Comparison of Two James Bond Posters

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    A Comparison of Two James Bond Posters ‘Dr No’ in 1962 was the first James Bond film released and ‘The World Is Not Enough’ is one of the most recent Bond films to have been released in 1999. The two film posters are distinctively different, which would be expected as the films were released decades apart from eachother. The first poster for ‘Dr No’ shows that James Bond is a new, never seen before film as the logo ‘007’ is printed on the poster more than once

  • We Were Soldiers Once, And Young: A Review Essay

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    authored by Lt. General Harold G. Moore and Joseph L. Galloway. In November 1965, Lt. Colonel Harold Moore commanded the 1st Battalion, 7th cavalry at the Ia Drang Valley-one of the bloodiest battles of Vietnam. He eventually retired from the Army in 1977 after thirty-two years of service. After his military career, Lieutenant General Moore resided as executive vice president for four years at a Colorado ski resort before founding a computer software company. Harold Moore currently lives in Auburn,

  • Profile of Rorschach in Alan Moore's Watchmen

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    Who chooses our heroes? Who watches our heroes? Who watches the Watchmen? Over the course of history, many public figures have been scrutinized for heroic actions that some have deemed controversial. Charles Darwin dismantled theories of Creationism with his discoveries in evolutionary biology. President Harry Truman single-handedly ended World War II by authorizing the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, killing thousands upon thousands of civilians. Gangster John Dillinger

  • Film Analysis of Bowling for Columbine by Michael Moore Essay

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    Columbine by Michael Moore In the recent film “Bowling for Columbine,” Michael Moore claims that fear drives people to violence; a short animation clip is also used by Michael Moore to depict the history of the United States in the documentary. The animation brought out a number of issues that set people thinking. Issues on race, fear and violence are also discussed in the documentary (as well as the interview of Oprah Winfrey and Michael Moore.)It is shocking to realize