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FM4 Section B essay feedback

Well done those of you who completed the homework on time. There is some good knowledge of the films in your essays, but you need to address the following; 90 more words


Movie Review: Grave of The Fireflies (1988)

Plot Summary: Two siblings named Seita and Setsuko struggle to survive during the final months of World War II.

My Review: One of the best things about this film is the main characters Seita and Setsuko. 174 more words

Movie Reviews

300: Rise of an Empire

     300: Rise of an Empire feels more like a direct-to-DVD sequel than an actual major motion picture theatrical release. It’s well-produced, with lots of battle sequences and flashy cinematic techniques, but it’s also pretty dull, which is bad news for a comic-book type action movie. 333 more words


Film Censorship & World War I Propaganda

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How did censorship affect American cinema during World War I?  How did films evolve to reflect different attitudes towards the war and develop into vehicles for propaganda?   4,809 more words


'71 Review

The familiar story of the soldier trapped behind enemy lines, who against all odds must somehow traverse hostile territory, while outwitting and outfighting those bent on capturing or killing him, continues to be the basis for films for one simple reason: it works. 418 more words


Daniel Barnes @ the SNR

*The pulse-deadening thriller Non-Stop would like to be an airborne thrill ride, but it only captures the claustrophobic tedium of a transoceanic flight.

*Hayao Miyazaki’s latest and last directorial effort… 47 more words

In Theaters

A Soldier's Story; Sgt. Waters.

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