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  • Analysis Road Warrior

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    Analyzing the Road Warrior The Road Warrior sequence when Max first arrives to Tire City is full of action, sound effects, music, camera shots, wardrobe symbolisms, and survival instincts. The Road Warrior (George Miller, 1981). I will be writing about the time that Max rescued a victim (Nathen) and returned him back to his tire people located deep within the deserts. The scene will continue all the way up to when the refinery people come to make a deal with the tire peoples. The movie is set in

  • Australia Essay

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    The legacy of this government was that it instigated major changes in the social and cultural fabric of Australia but it also challenged the philosophy of what an Australian is and what Australia represented. The late 1960s and early 1970s were times of great change. Perspectives and acceptances about imperialism, women's liberation, racism, ideology, religion, war, morality, social responsibility and the natural environment were changing for a great many people throughout the world. Some issues

  • Changes Of Australian Pop Culture

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    Changes in Australian Pop Culture 1945 to the present During 1945 to the present there has been many changes in Australian pop culture, these areas of pop culture include Film, television, radio, music, fashion, sport and communication. Popular Culture refers to the beliefs, attitudes and lifestyles shared by a group of people. Film: Film in Australia has a large part of the Australian lifestyle and has had many major changes in Popular Culture from 1945 to the present. The first film to be

  • World War III Flashbacks

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    How dangerous was that stunt, and how high was the jump? BTS: It was dangerous but well worked out. The jump was a record for a vehicle of that weight at 163 feet. Guy knew his business and still does – just see Mad Max: Fury Road. G&C: Oh, I have many times! Glad it won six Oscars! Severin Films recently released a killer uncut special edition Blu-ray of Turkey Shoot, with extra helpings! This year marks the 30th Anniversary of Dead End Drive-In. Dead End Drive-In

  • O A And Mad Max Analysis

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    D.O.A and Mad Max are thought provoking films with unique plots and characters who make you feel sympathetic towards their situation. Even though both films have a diverse setting and time period, similar ideas can be found between the two. That being said, with such differing plots it is also fairly easy to find contrasts between the films. D.O.A was directed by Rudolph Maté and the film was released in 1949 by United Artists. D.O.A reveals the story of Frank Bigelow, who in a police station recounts

  • Of Masculinity In The Film Conan The Barbarian And Mad Max 2 : The Road Warrior

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    can gain from the entertaining pastime of movies. The well-known 1982 films Conan The Barbarian written by John Milius and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior directed by George Miller, share many concepts that fall under the themes of masculinity and heroes, but also differ greatly in the theme revolving around power. The theme of masculinity in both Conan The Barbarian and Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior play a significant role in these films. The main actors in these movies, “one of Hollywood's . . . icons

  • Analysis Of Red Dog

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    Australian Film allows the rest of the world to have an insight into our way of life, our communities and our land. Australian film usually provides a hard-working and hardy stereotype who lives in the outback and takes pride in his mates, and for a lot of the country, this is mostly true. The typical Australian is a laid back, hard-working community member who prides the relationship they have with their mates, who may not even be a person. The saying ‘a man’s best friend is his dog’ is incredibly

  • Pulp Fiction Narrative

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    their toes for what might happen next with action and excitement. Those action and excitement movies have different techniques which makes the movie stands out in a viewer eyes. In the 1994 film Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Taratino and 2015 Mad Max Fury Road directed by George Miller are arguable known to be two of the best movies when it comes down to action and excitement. These two movie are both suspenseful, breath-taking, and thrilling that will keep your toes for what is about to happen

  • Red Dog Film Analysis

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    is stated to be one of the most powerful quotes in Australian theatre. Australian film has been around for many years and of those years there have been many examples of what some might like to call a masterpiece. Some of these films include the Mad Max series, Gallipoli, Crocodile Dundee but of these films, the film that stands out the most to audiences is the movie Red dog. Red dog is directed by Australian producer Kriv Stenders and was made in 2011. The story takes place during the 1970’s so

  • The castle review Essay

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    The Castle The Castle, directed by Rob Sitch, is an Australian comedy, which delves into the lives of a stereotypical Australian family, the Kerrigans. The film touchs on issues close to home in a humourous way. The audience is introduced to the classic Aussie family, narrated in the viewpoint of the youngest of the Kerrigans, Dale. The setting is a lower class Melbourne suburb, adjacent to an airport. The head of the Kerrigan household, Darryl Kerrigan (Michael Caton), is simple, but a man