Apr 3, 2019

Critique on Film Maria Full of Grace by Joshua Marston

Where is the line between crime and law, and does the eagerness to survive and improve one’s life conditions justify any way of getting the purpose? Once again the director of the film Maria Full of Grace, Joshua Marston, puts these questions open to progressive society.

Details
Apr 3, 2019

Romeo and Juliet: Film Analysis

Romeo and Juliet is an old romantic tragedy originally written as a play by William Shakespeare, a poetic genius and a master playwright both in his time and beyond. There have been a number of film adaptations of this popular romantic tragedy though the most famous one was the 1968 version directed by Franco Zeffirelli.

Details
Apr 4, 2019

Analysis of “Rosewood” by John Singleton

“Rosewood” is one of the famous films about racial discrimination. It was directed by John Singleton and produced by Jon Peters in 1997. The film is based on a real racial incident, which took place in Rosewood, Florida in 1923.. The movie shows the shameful episode of the town...

Details
Apr 4, 2019

Forrest Gump Film Critique

Forrest Gump is a film about the fate of the weak-minded and innocent man with a noble heart. It depicts a fantastic way of becoming a famous football player, war hero, and billionaire. Nevertheless, the hero remains the same good man in love with the girl of his dreams.

Details
Apr 4, 2019

Film Critique Essay on Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind, is set in the 18th century, specifically during the time close to the American Civil War of the 1860’s. When the film starts, Scarlett O’Harra is surrounded by several of her admirers. Her moments of glory are however short-lived.

Details
Apr 4, 2019

Film Critique Essay on Dances with Wolves

American Indian movies have always been produced to make the viewer understand the pre- and post-assimilated era especially that which existed during Western frontier. In this regard, such films as Dances with Wolves have become the best sellers.

Details