I chose to write about drama films. Drama films are productions or stories lines with settings or life situations that represent realistic characters in conflict with either themselves or others. Drama films are produced more than any genre. Drama films illustrate how society conforms to what the larger population requests. They also represent how society can discriminate and use manipulation to get what it wants. Many individuals find themselves always trying
For my movie review, I chose to watch the movie 42, a biographical sports film about the racial integration of professional baseball player Jackie Robinson. I thoroughly enjoyed watching this movie and have seen it multiple times. I would rate the movie a 4.5 out of 5. The small problem I have with the movie is it gets boring in some parts, and I fall asleep; which is a continuous struggle
A genuine splendor and care by director Sidney Lumet are shown in a brilliant movie “12 Angry Men”- a 1957 American courtroom drama film adapted from the teleplay with the same title by Reginald Rose. The movie is focused on the opinions, perceptions, biases, prejudice and judgement of twelve diverse characters whose task is to pronounce whether a young man, on trial for murdering his father, is undoubtedly guilty or innocent.
What would you do if your decision was the deciding factor in a young boy’s fate? Would you carefully examine the facts of what happened or would you blindly make a decision based on the thoughts and opinions of those around you? 12 Angry Men (1957) is one of the most acclaimed feature films of all time. It was produced during a time when our nation was approximately 10 years out
Lois Lowry’s book, The Giver, shows that depriving people of certain knowledge is a way of dehumanizing and endangering them. People following rules blindly appeared multiple times in this book. It is extremely visible in the community, and with characters such as Jonas and Jonas’s father. In The Giver, following rules aimlessly does not always lead you down the right path. Jonas’s parents gave him a pill to stop his Stirrings
Usually you hear or see that a film based off a book is not executed well, the film usually doesn’t do the book its justice. I think there are many factors for this, directors and authors probably have different visions or different directions of where they want their viewers/readers to go. Sometimes it might even be a challenge to bring certain aspects of the book to life. For instance, difficult topics
Speaks to commonwealth,class,love,and loss. Most of this book include that he was a drug dealing and he fall in love but then he want to war and she stay home wait until he come back. Then when he came back from the war he was looking for daisy because he thought they going to have a future together and the what supposed to happen then she fell in love with someone
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The documentary, “13th” by Ava Duvernay presented an incredible documentary in which she went in-depth displaying the prison house scheme in the United States and how it played a big part in racial inequality. Duvernay uses various sociological theoretical perspectives, particularly structural functionalism. What is structural functionalism? The communities of people are viewed as each aspect of society’s roles as independent, meaning that the community of people of each individual has
Human interaction is an absolute necessity for the well being of a human. Despite the damage that can be done when one is hurt by another, the lack of connection is deadly. A gruesome tale that follows miss Emily Grierson in “A rose for Emily” by William Faulkner where the author utilizes several tools to dissect how extreme isolation and abandonment may lead a person to such horrendous crimes such as
This story is a biography about a child soldier who has lost everything and everyone, Ishmael Beah was a twelve year old boy who becomes a soldier during a war in Sierra Leone which is a country in west Africa. Music, music was an important part of Ishmael’s life because it brought out a part him he never had known about himself. Music helped Ishmael in a lot of different ways.