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Realistic documentary style film Bonnie and Clyde ( Warner Brothers, 1967) directed by Arthur Penn revolves around two partners and their adventures in traveling around central U.S. robbing banks in hopes of becoming rich and famous.  Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) is a young woman who is fed up with her job as a waitress meets […]

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The human mind is an extremely complex and powerful source that lives within each and every individual. The mind holds our subconscious thoughts, feelings and desires. Psycho directed by Alfred Hitchcock certainly manipulates and plays with the human mind. This is what makes this movie so highly successful and different from other horror films thorough […]

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Written on the Wind.

This week in media studies we watched a 1956 American drama film directed by Douglas Sirk titled Written on the Wind. This movie reminded me of the film Out of the Past, which also had a similar take on characters that were “good” or “pure” versus those who were “evil” and “sinful” in society. I […]

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Film Analysis on Umberto D.

The Italian neorealist film, Umberto D. (Dear Films, 1952), directed by Vittorio De Sica, focuses on the life of an elderly man named Umberto Domenico Ferrari, played by Carlo Battisti.  The movie focuses on Umberto as he goes through a series of challenges to pay off his dept to his landlady, who desperately tries to […]

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The Significance of Citizen Kane.

This week in Media Studies we watched Citizen Kane. Although this was going to be my second time viewing the movie, nevertheless I still looked forward to watching it. I remember the first time I had watched this movie; it had left me with this undeniable first impression. The movie confused me, made me feel […]

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My Interpretation of The Public Enemy.

In the second week of Ms. Herzog’s media studies class we watched the movie The Public Enemy. This movie is probably one of the greatest films I’ve watched in a while because it combined multiple genres into one piece of film, keeping me intrigued and engaged. The film combined genres such as action, suspense, comedy, […]

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Welcome to my Blog :D

I will mainly use this site to establish my ideas, critiques and feelings towards what I learned  and or viewed in my Media Studies class. Feel free to leave comments as to what you think.

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