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Analysis of the Book and Film Versions of Cormac McCarthy’s “All the Pretty Horses”
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An 8 page paper which compares and contrasts McCarthy’s 1992 novel with director Billy Bob Thornton’s 2000 screen adaptation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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This 5 page paper discusses the film by Kevin Smith, Clerks. A low budget film, this paper examines why it was still successful. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Analysis of the First Episode of “The Sopranos”
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This 6 page report discusses the popular HBO television series “The Sopranos” and focuses on the first-ever episode of the series. The unlikely stories surrounding a northern New Jersey mobster and his friends, family, and “associates” is one that is as popular with critics as it is with its millions of fans. it also offers a fascinating opportunity for study of a television narrative and its inter-related meanings in terms of media theory. No sources provided.
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Analysis of the Relationship Between Brothers Charlie and Raymond Babbitt in “Rain Man”
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the relationship between brothers Raymond and Charlie in “Rain Man”. The story “Rain Man” was originally conceived by Barry Morrow and written as a screenplay by Ronald Bass and Barry Morrow for a movie directed by Barry Levinson and starring Dustin Hoffman as Raymond and Tom Cruise as Charlie. The novel “Rain Man” was written by Leonore Fleischer and based on the screenplay by Bass and Morrow. Regardless of the source, the story involves the developing relationship between the central characters of brothers Charlie and Raymond. Charlie, a self-obsessed, materialistic car salesman who had long since abandoned a relationship with his father discovers that upon his father’s death the inheritance has been left to a brother he never realized he had, Raymond. Raymond, an autistic savant has been institutionalized since he was a child and considered a threat to the young Charlie. Charlie “kidnaps” Raymond from his institution and the remaining story is based on their growing acceptance and relationship as they drive across the country in six days. The development of both characters is unique but dependent on the growth of the other. Charlie becomes more sensitive to Raymond’s needs eventually realizing that he values the relationship with his brother more so than money. Raymond also lessens the restrictions of his routine only to realize that the brother he once believed he had harmed is allowing him freedom to discover new aspects of himself he never knew were possible. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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