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  • Minority Report Stephen Spielberg

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    After viewing the cinematic film, “Minority Report” by Stephen Spielberg, the task to make an interview about the movie was handed to me. My job was to interview two people about the futuristic technologies in the movie. For the analysis of their answers I will not use their names to keep their anonymity and privacy, since they did not want to share those information, hence I will call them ‘Interviewee #1’ and ‘Interviewee #2’. However they agreed onto to tell their age, since I needed to interview

  • A Brief Look at Steven Spielberg

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    Steven Allan Spielberg is known worldwide as a screenwriter, producer and one of America's most successful filmmakers. His 20 highest-grossing films grossed 8.45 billion. He is a three-time winner of the Oscar Award, twice as the best director of the year. Spielberg was born on December 18, 1946 in Cincinnati (Ohio, USA), the son of a Jewish family engineer Arnold Spielberg and professional pianist Leah Adler (nee Posner).The mother had to give up the idea of her career for education of four children

  • Similarities Between The Colour Purple And Cry The Beloved Country

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    “Believe you can and you’re half way there” (Theodore Roosevelt). Alan Paton and Steven Spielberg use similar and different techniques in ‘Cry, The Beloved Country’ (CTBC) and ‘The Colour Purple’ to present the impact of beliefs. Alan Paton’s Cry, The Beloved Country follows the story of Stephen Kumalo, an African Reverent in Ndosheni who receives a letter about his son in Johannesburg, however the letter leads Kumalo to discover a harsh family past. The storyline takes the audience through the life

  • Themes Of Saving Private Ryan

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    Saving Private Ryan is a theatrical masterpiece that incorporates many universal themes that almost all people can relate to. The movie follows a squad of U.S. soldiers as they battle through the trenches of World War II. Directed by the great Stephen Spielberg, the movie is claimed by many to be the most accurate presentation of war in any movie to date. The movie includes several themes that helps captivate the audience and truly help people understand just how horrible war is. The idea of losing

  • Symbolism Of The Monolith And Re Red By Stanley Kubrick

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    Human made structures in this film are curved and spherical. However, before our main characters are presented with the monolith for the first time the rooms and spaces they inhabit are square and sharp in nature. The meeting room on the Clavius, HAL’s core on the Discovery. This impending doom is a subtly hint by Kubrick, an indication that the monolith is about to appear, the sharp lines and dark interiors replace smooth curves and white walls. All this gives a sense of dread and powerlessness

  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind: A Review Essay

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    a close encounter?” quote from David Laughlin from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Well everyone who has ever seen the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind has had their own close encounter of some kind. Written and directed by Steven Spielberg and Produced by Colombia Pictures in association with EMI Films. Colombia Pictures the same year is credited with the production of four other films which include Bobby Deerfield staring Al Pacino, The Deadly Triangle staring Dale Robinette, Fun

  • Essay about The Film Schindler's List versus Novel Schindler's Ark

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    Schindler's List The film Schindler’s List has a tendency to simplify and sentimentalize the character Oskar Schindler compared to the novel Schindler’s Ark in which the film is based on. The film Schindler’s List lacks depth and understanding of the character Oskar Schindler, and tends to over dramatize events within the film in which Oskar Schindler is responsible for. The novel Schindler’s Ark begins its in-depth documentary story with the earlier life of Oskar

  • Essay on Portrayals of John Anderton

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    Minority Report. Using the adaptation made by screenwriters, Scott Frank and Jon Cohen, DreamWorks was able to release the film version of Dick’s short story in 2002. Furthermore, this futuristic age film was directed by the famous director, Stephen Spielberg. The main focus of the short story and film surrounds the lead character John Anderton and his efforts to understand the minority report. In comparing

  • Misfits Analysis

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    Both Richard Donner’s 1985 adventure comedy The Goonies written by Steven Spielberg, and Rob Reiner’s 1986 coming-of-age drama Stand By Me based on Stephen King’s novella The Body, portray several characters to be misfits in society. The Goonies follows the story of a group of misfits on a treasure hunt to save their home from foreclosure and Stand By Me is a writer’s recount of the death of a friend and a boyhood journey to find the missing body of Ray Bowers. Narrative perspective, sound, characterisation

  • Analysis Of Goer Enters A Theater

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    When a movie goer enters a theatre, they understand they are leaving behind reality, entering a world writers, directors and actors have created. Even with films based on real events, there will always be a gap between the reality of the “real world” and that of the world of film. Filmmakers often attempt to bridge this gap, recreating real-life experiences on the big screens through themes and cinematic features. Some filmmakers and there end project are more successful. Saving Private Ryan