The Hudsucker Proxy

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  • Film Analysis: The Hudsucker Proxy

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    The title of the movie is The Hudsucker Proxy. It was directed by two directors by the names of Ethan Coen, and Joel Coen, often known as the Coen brothers. The film is a comedy that was made in the year 1994. Formalism seems to be used as opposed to realism, as the imagery and situations seem to be taken from the minds of the creators of the movie, rather than from real life. The principle actors, and actress of the movie

  • Film Analysis Of Citizen Kane And The Hudsucker Proxy

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    Citizen Kane (1941) received praise from many critics as one of the best films of all time while The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) received many mixed reviews. Director Orson Welles’s film, Citizen Kane uses many innovative camera movements and transitions, however, directors Ethan Coen and Joel Coen’s film, The Hudsucker Proxy rehashes techniques used before to create an effective montage. Citizen Kane follows a reporter, Jerry Thompson (William Alland), who investigates the significance of a wealthy

  • Hudsucker Proxy, No Country For Old Men And The Coen Brothers

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    The movie “The Hudsucker Proxy, No Country for Old Men, Blood Simple and Raising Arizona” were all directed by the “Coen Brothers” a duo of filmmakers. Every film that the Coens have made, the story usually starts out with an average Joe who gets involved in a complex scheme that appears to be simple at first, but, in all reality, is totally beyond them. Violence, death, and murder are usually common within their films as well. In ”No Country For Old Men, the middleman kills almost every single person