This paper traces a number of influences on Alfred Hitchcock’s style in Sabotage and argues that the movie contains elements from German Expressionism, Soviet Expressive Realism and classical Hollywood style.
This paper describes Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematography style as combining the montage of Pudovikin and the fluid camera of Murnau.
This paper examines the Rock and Roll film genre and the correlation between movie outlaws and Rock and Roll music by looking at films: “The Wild One,” “Rock around the Clock,” “Shake, Rattle and Roll” and “Hot Rod Gang.”
This paper discusses Francis Ford Coppola’s epic film of the Vietnam War Apocalypse Now: Plot, characterization, structure, themes, costs, setting, innovations and test marketing.
An analysis of David Lynch’s film, Blue Velvet.
A review of Disney’s 2003 movie, Pirates of the Caribbean .
Discussion of Alfred Hitchcock’s attempt to force a perspective on viewers when he made `Shadow of a Doubt`.
This paper analyzes the 1951 classic film production of A Streetcar Named Desire directed by Elia Kazan, which starred Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter, Marlon Brando, and Karl Malden.
Analysis of the film “Hollow Man” and how it succesfully conveys its main theme: the fear of death.
Compares and contrasts the different perspective given of the Vietnam War by two famous movies: “Platoon” and “The Green Berets”.