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‘The Pursuit of Happyness’ is a true story of a man named Chris Gardner (Will Smith). Chris Gardner describes his lifestyle as filled with hardships. Such as losing his job, his wife forsaking him, going completely bankrupt and becoming homeless, joining an unpaid internship program...
In Pursuit of Happiness
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‘The Pursuit of Happyness’ is based on the true story of Chris Gardner whose struggled to keep his young son in good living conditions. The beginning scene displays the phrase ‘Pursuit of Happyness’ as noted by way of Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence...
In Pursuit of Happiness
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Willard (Will) Carroll Smith Jr. is a famous rapper and actor who from his pre-teen years to now, has been rapping and acting with a passion. Will Smith’s childhood is what made him who he is today. He was born in Philadelphia, 1968, to “Willard...
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Francois Truffaut claimed that there are no good and bad movies, only good and bad directors”. This essay will look at writers such as Truffaut, Sarris and Barthes, discovering the theories of authorship and correction of modern-day cinema from the past and how they reflect...
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“The Grand Budapest Hotel” is one of the most unusual and memorable films people have ever watched. Wes Anderson showed the audience an irreplaceable example of a great movie. Here everyone can see the use of different techniques that help the viewer to feel the...
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Genre is the classification of arts, music, literature or film into different categories based on the codes and conventions that they follow. The genre of a movie often indicates to the audience the type of film and the general emotional response that can be expected....
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Since the beginning of mankind, people have been looking for someone to look up to. Currently there are different stereotypes of whom people admire most. Young girls usually idolize other strong, independent women who seek for equality and respect like Emma Watson, Angelina Jolie and...
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Leonardo DiCaprio is a well-known Academy Award winning actor and activist but he is also an innovator. He is a hardworking and dedicated to the environment and is trying to make a change in the world for the better us and for a better future....
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The version of Leonardo DiCaprio is the one in his movies. People see pictures of him on red carpet and on the fronts of magazines. He has captivated people with his participation in many favorite films such as, Titanic, Shutter Island and The Wolf on...
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There is a short scene in which Will Smith plays basketball with his son and tells him that he will probably not be very good at basketball in the future so he should not spend too much time playing basketball after his son says he...
In Pursuit of Happiness
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One of the biggest movie stars ever was found dead on August 5, 1962. What was the cause of Marilyn Monroe’s death? No one really knows it’s an unsolved mystery. Marilyn Monroe was a very famous actress, model, and singer. She was a role model...
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Late actress and singer, Marilyn Monroe, had a relationship with iconic singer Frank Sinatra back in the day — here’s what you need to know about their tragic relationship. Marilyn Monroe was a popular American actress, model and singer who was popularly known for her...
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With an empty bottle of pills for her depression, Marylin Monroe was found dead, laying in her bed, face down, with a phone in one hand. After Marilyn Monroe‘s therapist left her house on the evening of August 4, 1962, he thought that her friend...
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Most people know Marilyn for her stage performances and her attractive appearance, but did you know her real name was Norma Jeane? In this essay I will be explaining in depth about the young Marilyn Monroe and her rocky start to being a well known actress today....
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In this essay I will discuss and compare two beautiful movies which are The Grand Budapest Hotel and Casablanca. Even though the two movies were shot in the different times they have chosen as one of the most iconic, pleasurable and classic Hollywood movies. This...
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The Holocaust was a real, frightening, and horrific event for many people. The Nazis have slaughtered six million Jews on their own, which is crazy to imagine. The numerous ways in which they have been tormented and killed are so vast that they can be...
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Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” and Alain Resnais’ “Night and Fog”, both are a source of light on the horrible event of the Holocaust, but what differentiates one from the other is the fact that they both are portrayed through different styles of film-making, have different...
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Introduction The film ‘Schindler’s List’ begins in September 1939 in the Krakow village of Poland, which was occupied by German troops during World War II. In the case of Jews, they register their family number and more than 10,000 Jews every day. They arrive at...
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I found that Chaplin and Keaton had similar works. While both very similar, they still had their own presence and style. What I found most interesting about their work is that both men had a sympathy for lower-class people and that was reflected in their...