2008 -- YOUR TOP 5 [ 10 top sor far ]
... I do not have many notes on "movies": there is a lot of places (too many) where you can find all possible information about it.
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Why do we need to learn how to "read" Film?
It's a matter of control, writes Monaco. Who is controlling you... and how.
In his groundbreaking work "Discipline and Punish" Michel Foucault discusses the transition from the open and visible control by the force (government) to the modern self-control mechanism (society). The movies is the main mehtod of manipulating of masses. You, me, us, everybody.
The more a movie is stupid... the more obvious its ideology...
Taxi-Driver (*to drop?)
T2 -- when?
Pulp Fiction -- stotytelling (S. List, too? ET?)
The Gtreat Movies
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... Politics & Movies [ 2008 theme ]
2008 : film-releases.com/fall-preview
* One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Directed by Milos Forman2005:
Writing credits -- Bo Goldman & Lawrence Hauben
Awards: Won 5 Oscars. Another 26 wins & 11 nominations
* Million Dollar Baby (2004)
Directed by Clint Eastwood
* 25th Hour (2002) Directed by Spike Lee * Writing credits (WGA) -- David Benioff (novel), David Benioff (screenplay) * Genre: Crime / Drama (more) * Acting * Plot Outline: Cornered by the DEA, Montgomery Brogan (Norton) reevaluates his life in the 24 remaining hours before facing a seven-year jail term.
* Amadeus (1984) Directed by Milos Forman
Writing credits -- Peter Shaffer (play) + Peter Shaffer (screenplay)
Tagline: The Man... The Music... The Madness... The Murder... The Motion Picture...
Genre: Biography / Drama / Music * Awards: Won 8 Oscars. Another 31 wins & 13 nominations
* Pulp Fiction (1994) Directed by Quentin Tarantino
Writing credits Quentin Tarantino (stories) & Roger Avary (stories)
Genre: Crime / Drama * Awards: Won Oscar. Another 42 wins & 39 nominations
Global (Universal) Language (Visual) and "Netional Cinema"? (Samples, again the Europeans and Kurosawa?) "Karate" genre (China)
New Voices (at the end)
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From "The Godfather" to "Gladiator," Jack Nicholson to Julia Roberts, join us on the red carpet for thirty years of Academy Awards history. Find out which stars almost didn’t get the roles they’re best known for, where the winners keep their Oscars, and how far some will go to convince Academy members to vote for them. In six one hour programs,we’ll bring you the top winners, the juiciest gossip, and the most outrageous controversies -- culminating with Halle Berry and Denzel Washington’s historic breakthrough at the most recent Academy Awards ceremony. Disc 1 Academy Award Winners 1972-1976: From "The Godfather" to "Rocky." From "The Sting" to "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." From Liza Minnelli to Faye Dunaway. From Jack Lemmon to Jack Nicholson. They're all here in this fabulous look back at the Oscar nominees and winners from these remarkable years, which include such films as "Deliverance", "Sleuth", "The Exorcist", "Paper Moon", "Chinatown", "Lenny", "Dog Day Afternoon", and "Jaws", and stars such as Laurence Olivier, Ingrid Bergman, Al Pacino, Jodie Foster, Robert Redford, Sissy Spacek, and Dustin Hoffman. Academy Award Winners 1977-1981: From "Annie Hall" to "Chariots of Fire." From "The Deer Hunter" to "Ordinary People". From Richard Dreyfuss to Henry Fonda. From Diane Keaton to Katharine Hepburn. It's a cavalcade of classic films and a galaxy of stars, including "Star Wars," "Coming Home," "Kramer vs. Kramer," "Apocalypse Now." George C. Scott, Ali McGraw, Jon Voight, Jane Fonda, and Meryl Streep. Disc 2 Academy Award Winners 1982-1986: From "Gandhi" to "Platoon." From "Terms of Endearment" to "Out of Africa." From Peter O'Toole to Paul Newman. From Meryl Streep to Marlee Matlin. From Robert Duvall to William Hurt. From Shirley MacLaine to Kathleen Turner. It's another fabulous collection of clips and interviews from films such as "E.T.", "Missing," "Tootsie," "The Big Chill," and "Prizzi's Honor," and stars such as Michael Caine, Jessica Lange, Albert Finney, Glenn Close, Harrison Ford, and Sally Field. Academy Award Winners 1987-1991: From "The Last Emperor" to "The Silence of the Lambs." From "Rain Man" to "Dances with Wolves." From Michael Douglas to Anthony Hopkins. From Holly Hunter to Julia Roberts. From Gene Hackman to Tom Hanks. From Sigourney Weaver to Michelle Pfeiffer. This hour takes a look at such terrific films as "Fatal Attraction," "Dangerous Liaisons," "Field of Dreams," and "Goodfellas," and such glittering stars as Cher, Robin Williams, Melanie Griffith, Denzel Washington, and Annette Benning. Disc 3 Academy Award Winners 1992-1996: From "Unforgiven" to "The English Patient." From "Schindler's List" to "Braveheart." From Al Pacino to Tom Cruise. From Emma Thompson to Frances McDormand. From Nicolas Cage to Kevin Spacey. From Winona Ryder to Mira Sorvino. In this hour, we'll take an in-depth look at another terrific selection of Oscar winners and nominees, including "A Few Good Men," The Crying Game," "Pulp Fiction," Sean Penn, Lauren Bacall, Brad Pitt and Uma Thurman. Academy Award Winners 1997-2001: From "Titanic" to "A Beautiful Mind." From Shakespeare in Love" to "Gladiator." From Jack Nicholson to Denzel Washington. From Gwyneth Paltrow to Halle Berry. From Tom Hanks to Russell Crowe. From Helen Hunt to Julia Roberts. Here's a glittering look a the fabulous films and superstars who were nominated and won the coveted Oscar, including "Good Will Hunting," "Saving Private Ryan," "The Sixth Sense," "Erin Brockovich," Robin Williams, Kim Basinger, James Coburn, Angelina Jolie, Michael Caine, and Nicole Kidman. Academy Award Winners 2002: "Chicago" was the film to beat in 2002. Nominated for thirteen Oscars, it walked away with six, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress for Nicole Kidman. We'll also take a look at "The Hours", "Gangs of New York," "About Schmidt," "The Pianist," and stars such as Catherine Zeta-Jones, Adrien Brody, Renee Zellwegger, and Paul Newman. B0000V48IE
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The Oxford History of World Cinema by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith; Oxford University Press, 1997
* Movies, list: recommended and required for THR334
2005 (research/subject mini-paper): Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind -- http://www.eternalsunshine.com
script -- Charlie Kaufman ("Being John Malkovich," "Adaptation").
We've all wished at one point or another that we could erase someone from our memories. [?]
Comic Book Movies
Sin City -- is a 2005 neo-noir film based on the graphic novels of the same name, directed by Robert Rodriguez.
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