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  • Opening Scene of the Film Gladiator Essay example

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    Opening Scene of the Film Gladiator The opening scene in any film is important as it introduces the hero and other main characters. The idea is to catch the imagination of the audience and draw them into the film so they wish to watch all of it. There are lots of factors the director has to take into account when making the opening the scene these range from camera shots all the way through to sound.

  • Comparing the Opening Sequence of The Italian Job (1969) and the Opening Sequence of The Italian Job (2003)

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    Comparing the Opening Sequence of The Italian Job (1969) and the Opening Sequence of The Italian Job (2003) In this essay I will be comparing the opening sequences of ‘The Italian Job (1969) and its modern-day remake ‘The Italian Job’ (2003). The original was directed by Peter Collinson and starred famous actors such as Michael Caine. It was a huge success and gained a massive cult following. The remake in 2003 was directed by Gary Gray and stared Mark Wahlberg and Seth

  • Pretty Little Liars: Opening Credit Analysis

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    Reading a Media Text Pretty Little Liars’ Opening Credits I have chosen to interpret, in both connotatively and denotatively ways, the opening credits to one of ABC Family’s most acclaimed TV show, Pretty Little Liars. It premiered in the early summer of 2010. Based on a teen/drama/mystery series, this show has rapidly gained success. When you watch the opening credits for the first time without knowing anything about the show, it’s easy to guess what the show is about; but once you

  • Evaluation of the Opening Scenes of an Episode of the X-Files

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    Evaluation of the Opening Scenes of an Episode of the X-Files The opening sequence of the 'X-Files' episode 'Tooms' uses a variety of techniques to capture the attention of the audience. The 'X-Files' is a very popular television series written by Chris Carter. The series can be described as a 'hybrid' genre because it reflects a number of different genres. The obvious genre is Science Fiction because one of the main themes of the series is the paranormal. However

  • Narrative and Genre Features in the Opening Sequence of Pulp Fiction

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    Narrative and Genre Features in the Opening Sequence of Pulp Fiction A narrative is the story itself and generic features are elements expected to be contained within a certain category of film. Pulp Fiction is labeled as a gangster film; however gangster films follow very precise generic elements such a death, contraband’s, violence, wealth and strong family loyalties. Pulp Fiction doe follow the above mentioned elements but the locations of the action are unorthodox

  • The Opening Sequences of David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron's Film Version of Great Expectations

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    The Opening Sequences of David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron's Film Version of Great Expectations In this media assignment I shall be analyzing and comparing the similarities and differences of two famous directors' film versions of 'Great Expectations'. The two directors are David Lean and Alfonso Cuaron. David Lean's version was more popular and well known than Alfonso Cuaron's because Lean was the first director to actually direct 'Great Expectations'. This made it more difficult

  • Stylistic Devices In The Opening Ceremony

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    describe the opening ceremony and Britain. Most of them were retrieved from The Guardian, but they were present in all the newspapers: The latter sentence suggests that the opening ceremony, and by extension the country itself, tends to be described as a contradictory entity. This tendency is confirmed above all in The Guardian and in The Times. As far as the adjectives are concerned, one can see that The Guardian is more objective than The Independent, which only showcased Britain and the opening ceremony

  • Business Writing Portfolio

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    Business Writing Portfolio Jordan Pappas COM/285 February 27th, 2011 Randi Plante Business Writing Portfolio Part I: Business Writing Steps. Audience: Store Manager Store Employees Customers and the public Message Format: Business Letter- Store Manager Business Memo- Store Employees Email Message- Customers and Public Part II: Portfolio Letter: 1456 Duke St. Alexandria, VA 22314 February 27, 2011 Dear Store Manager, Due to rising gas prices store policy on employee

  • The Room - Original Writing

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    The Room I was sleeping soundly in my new house. My mother and I recently moved out from our old house after my parents got divorced. I loved our old house. I lived in there ever since I could remember. All the memories still so clear. Like, under the big oak tree in our front yard where my first dog named Daisy is buried. Or the treehouse in the backyard where I used to play with my dolls, and read my favorite childhood book "Red light, green light." Which is also of the game me and my friends

  • Therapist: Hi, Jane, How Are You Feeling Today?. Jane:

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    Why is this therapy the best therapy for the disorder? This is the best therapy for depression because patients need to feel like they are safe and able to talk about their problems. In a closed environment, they will probably feel more comfortable opening up about what is on their mind. I think a lot of people with depression believe they are insignificant, or that no one cares about them, but having a person they can always rely on and talk to will definitely change their minds about that. Their therapist

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