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It is a movie about a French criminal Michel who is enamored by the cinematic persona of Humphrey Bogart. He ends up killing a policeman while committing a crime and is shown to be on the run from the police. Per chance he comes across an American girl with whom he falls in love. This youthful American girl Patricia is ambivalent about her feelings of love for Michel though she does her best to help him and make good his escape to Italy. Eventually Patricia gives in to the ambivalence bothering her and betrays Michel to the police, who is shot dead while making an escape.
This is a war film that is based on the feeling of camaraderie between groups of French prisoners of war. This film presents the essential humanity in the soldiers affiliated to the warring sides and the cinematic drama in the film ensues from the prisoners of war Marechal and Rosenthal making good their escape from the Germans towards the Swiss border. The romantic drama in the film owes to an affair between a German woman Elsa and Marechal, who is eventually renounced by Marechal to be true to his call of duty.
Au Hasard Balthazar is a film showcasing the life of a young farm girl and her donkey. Though the girl and the donkey eventually get separated, the film traces the life of both as they come in contact with different people and suffer abuse and violence at their hands. The donkey is shown to take abuse and violence from his varied owners with a sense of poise and grace, which elevates him to the rank of a saint. In contrast, though the girl also suffers abundant violence and abuse in her life, yet her destiny remains unresolved and chaotic, thereby bringing in a sense of irony into the plot.
This is a film that has for its setting a village in the Indian province of Bengal. This film captures the Indian country life in Bengal during the World War II. It showcases the immense human suffering and pain marking the Great Famine of 1943 in the province of Bengal
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Movies 1) Action – The Matrix 2) Comedy – Rush Hour 3 3) Drama – The Shawshank Redemption 4) Horror – Scream 5) Musical – The Phantom of the Opera 6) Romance – Titanic 7) Science Fiction – Avatar 8) Documentary – Fahrenheit 9/11 9) War – Saving Private Ryan 10) Western – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 11) Cartoon – Shrek Movie Review #1 – Rush Hour 3 Rush Hour 3 is the third movie of the Rush Hour franchise.
The documentary depicts how big corporations nowadays use mass media to manipulate their audience, especially the teenagers. The movie shows that what do appears as teenage whims arising from the teens themselves are not real but are just mass media gimmicks engineered by company advertisers who choose prominent and influential boys and girls to lay down stylist trends and sell more of its products (Sine, 2008).
Main characters include ‘Jean Cabot’ (Sandra Bullock), Officer ‘John Ryan’ (Matt Dillon), ‘Christine Thayer’ (Thandie Newton), ‘Det. Graham Waters’ (Don Cheadle) and ‘Cameron Thayer’ (Terrence Howard). In Los Angeles, individuals’ lives interlink since the town has different races living therein.
As a result of these, many Palestinians and Israelites alike have been dissatisfied with the way in which Palestine has been treated with these events. Israel comprises of the minority while Palestine is the majority, but
The audience is introduced to the religious custom of Hindus regarding the fate of widows in these words: “A widow should be long suffering until death, self restrained and chaste. A virtuous wife, who remains chaste when her husband has died, goes to heaven. A woman who is
In Los Angeles, individuals’ lives interlink since the town has different races living therein. The plot of the movie rotates around everyday life experiences. Those who act in the film perform exceptionally and they show how human beings become affected psychologically leading them to act in accordance with the situation.
Black people were still denied voting privileges. King intimidated the government by stressing that they would hold their demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. The situation created additional tension between the two parties. Due to their heroic
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