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"Singin' In The Rain": Establishing A Genre Movie
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9 pages in length. Love abounds when Don (Gene Kelly) expresses his love for Cathy (Debbie Reynolds) in the deserted stage room while singing "You Were Meant For Me" in the 1952 musical Singin' in the Rain. Understanding how the scene's theatrical presence seems to exemplify the workings of a genre movie encourages one to refer extensively to the specific textual characteristics such as lighting, framing, editing, camera work, as well as indicating how textual features may be related to broader questions such as ideology, generic conventions, visual style and narrative structure. Experiencing this particular scene is much more than merely watching two actors complete their routine; rather, everything about that stage -- from the lighting to the sets to the scenery -- plays an enormous role in the overall genre appeal. Without appropriate appearances to effectuate the scene's depth, there would exist little cohesion with regard to musical characterization so prevalent to all four genres that this film represents: Classic, Comedy, Music and Romance. Bibliography lists 5 sources. TLCsingn.wps
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"Sling Blade"
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3 pages in length. Brilliantly characterized by Billy Bob Thornton, Karl Childers' mild mental retardation sets his life on an unexpected - and undesirable - course straight to prison. The inability to decipher what he saw when he came upon his mother and her lover, Karl's thought process runs amuck and he ultimately kills them both, costing him twenty-five years of his life behind bars. He learns a great deal in these more than two dozen years that help to guide him once regaining his freedom, however, the extent to which he has the capacity to absorb the same complex thought processes as those without mental handicaps is limited, and this limitation affords him only a simple - if not realistic - perspective of what goes on around him. No bibliography.
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"Smoke Signals" and "The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven"
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This 7 page report compares Sherman Alexie's 1993 book with the 1998 movie "Smoke Signals" directed by Chris Eyre tht it inspired. Both comment on the contemporary Native American experience and consider stereotypes about Indians. Both offer the outsider a glimpse of life in a truly "outsider" culture.
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"Splendor in the Grass"
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An 8 page paper which discusses the movie "Splendor in the Grass" and further illustrates the works of Elia Kazan, who directed the movie, and William Inge, who wrote the screenplay. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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