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  • Film Analysis Of Blow Out And The 1976 Film Carrie

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    The 1981 film Blow Out and the 1976 film Carrie are just two of over thirty films directed by Brian De Palma. Although they span an array of genres and topics, De Palma’s films are recognizable by his distinct director’s touch. De Palma’s films adhere to Andrew Sarris’s concept the auteur theory, which posits that each film contains the director’s distinguishable artistic personality. This artistic nature of both the film and director is evident in the unique and consistent visual style and thematic

  • Who Is The Most Important Factor?

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    Since the Cartels have no economic limits they can basically do what ever they want. There first job they will have is to bribe the Mexican Army that circulates around Los Pinos (Pena Nieto’s Residence). This job would be fairly easy to accomplish especially because the salary an average Mexican soldier receives is about 6000 pesos per month, which is around 500 dollars. No soldier would reject this proposal especially because

  • John Mayer Essay

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    years Mayer finally settled down and currently lives in Bozeman, Montana. Band Members: John Mayer sang many songs on his own however he formed a band in 2005 called the John Mayer Trio. Beyond Mayer the other two members in the band are bass player Pino Palladino and

  • History of Music in Horror Films Essay

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    A history of the sound in horror films Horror films are known for their ability to scare audiences, to get the audience’s hearts racing, their blood rushing. A good horror film will cause viewers to be on the edge of their seats and having their perception of reality distorted as they attempt to understand the unraveling plot of the horror film. The tone of the film aides in the amount of suspense that a horror film produces, since a much darker film will create a more suspenseful atmosphere than