Page 1 of 2 - About 16 essays
  • Godzilla Vs Godzilla

    757 Words  | 4 Pages

    One of my favorite movie genres is the Kaiju film genre, which Kaiju means “strange creature” or “giant monster” that tends to have a giant monster destroying major cities and fighting the military and even other giant monsters. One of the most popular and the first Kaiju films was Godzilla. Godzilla one the most iconic character in pop culture, been starred in over thirty films including some American film adaptations. The most two recent films were Legendary’s Godzilla (2014) and Shin Godzilla

  • Cloverfield: The Real Monster

    1510 Words  | 7 Pages

    In American society, we believe that monsters are typically perceived as scary, with big teeth and claws, and gross looking. Sometimes they are hairy and smelly. In popular stories, we think of them as the villain ninety five percent of the time, but they can also be supporting roles to the main villain who doesn’t look as monstrous or doesn’t have monstrous actions. Despite some belief, they can end up changing their state of mind and switch to the good side, but that is rare. They are usually nonhuman

  • The Impact Of Monsters In Literature And Literature

    1652 Words  | 7 Pages

    Oziel Rios English 1301.SP3 R. Bell Monday, December 11, 2017 The Impact of Monsters in Literature and Films Throughout generations, watching movies and reading novels have been some of the most popular forms of entertainment. Horror is among the most famous genres of film and literature since it is usually aimed at giving the audience a chilling or shocking experience. Monsters in such films and novels have long been objects of both fascination and fear. From intergalactic aliens to medieval dragons

  • A Split Between People During The World

    981 Words  | 4 Pages

    Division within Pacific Rim During times of crisis, there is still a division. This division is the idea of a split between people during an apocalypse. This idea is known as Marxism. Marxism is the analysis between the working class, which is the majority of the population, and the rich class, which is the minority of the population. Marxism is used to analyze history through social and economical views to better understand about the differences in the world. A prime example of Marxism is the movie

  • Dezzaired-Lond Bridge Is Falling Down

    421 Words  | 2 Pages

    Dezzaired - Lond Bridge is Falling down (T-Bone) *The first shot opens up to a Summer morning in London, United Kingdom.Then, two mens voices are then heard Narrating as the screen fades the black* "What did you see, Sam?" *A film shot then showed a giant cargo cage covered by a large velvet cloth being transported off by heavy loaded machinery onto the Docks of London's river* "I Don't know. But whatever it was, I never want to see it again" *Out in an unknown part of the ocean, a Volcanic

  • Character Analysis: Marshal Pentecost

    280 Words  | 2 Pages

    Marshal Pentecost is an Analytical type of person; he likes to take a lot of data in order to make decisions. Information is his comfort zone. For this reason, decisions can take a long time, because Analytical needs to be sure. He is not very good at blue-sky thinking or with taking fuzzy orders, especially if he is in a hurry or approximate anything. He prefers a detailed reports and well-worked arguments. He will talk through points at length, often frustrating Driver and Expressive personality

  • My Favorite Sfavorite Essay

    1100 Words  | 5 Pages

    My 10 favoritefavorite, 10 Japanese movies 1. Seven Samurai, Akira Kurasawa, 1954 A classic Japanese samurai film directed by the famous Japanese director. A story about… I saw this movie for the first time when I was 13 years old. This movie is not just important to japanesejapans cinema, but it’s important to the history of cinema in general. Seven7 Ssamurai wasere a watershedwater shed moment in cinema, creating severalserval still highly recognizable tropes still in use today. The most notable

  • Characteristics Of Torakku Yaro

    1242 Words  | 5 Pages

    6. Torakku Yaro (10 films, 1975-1979) Norifumi Suzuki and Bunta Sugawara have already become famous, particularly through the plethora of exploitation films they worked in. As the genre started to lose its appeal, major studios turned to romantic comedies with some elements of action. Torakku Yaro, with the first directing and the second starring, was one of the most successful. Sugawara plays Momojiro Hoshi, a truck driver who drives around Japan, along with his colleague Kinzo Matsushita. All ten

  • Rogue One Genre

    577 Words  | 3 Pages

    contain an immense sense of scale. When you finally see the titular monsters at the very end they’re treated as being absolutely sublime. There’s a wonderful mixture of terror and awe that’s nothing short of memorable. Godzilla too gave the famous kaiju a special kind of awe, making him feel like an unstoppable force of nature. Star Wars has usually been about the heroes and the Jedi, the big players in the galaxy. Rogue One steps away from that and tackles more ordinary rebels (or at least the Rebellion-affiliated)

  • Effect Of The Immmersion Of Manga

    907 Words  | 4 Pages

    Effect of The Immersion of Manga A Brief Take on Comic Books’ Counterpart. Are you an Otaku? A growing group of people, united, fans of Anime and Manga all over the world call themselves this name, but how did this craze begin? What is Manga’s appeal? Manga is a Japanese graphic novel, known most commonly to be similar to traditional Comic Books from the US. The differences lie in the art styles, genre and reading ways. Unlike the comic books featuring superheroes, Japanese Manga focuses on