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A Brief About French National Cinema

A Brief About French National Cinema

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Culture French national cinema and the cultures it has developed have existed within many particular subject matters and trends over many decades. These subjects and trends cover a wide range of topics from World War II and heritage films to questioning masculinity. French films also declare a palatable and selective approach towards cinematography and style which compliments each of the aforementioned popular domestic influences. World War II The article will discuss the extent to which French filmmakers have been able to create a distinctive national cinema using World War II as their subject matter. The article looks at the fall of the Gaullist political ideology in particular during the mid seventies. The main focus is on how some French filmmakers have perceived the Gaull...
Family Movie Nights Can Be a Great Experience

Family Movie Nights Can Be a Great Experience

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Every family enjoys watching movies together from time to time. These can be great events for every family member because they are fun and help in bonding. What makes family movie nights special is that you can enjoy at home without travelling anywhere far. Nobody wants to rush and then get stuck in traffic somewhere. That will almost certainly ruin the experience, so that is why so many people opt-in for home entertainment nights. Besides getting stuck in traffic you will also have to pay overpriced tickets, get snacks and drinks and all of that can take big toll on your budget. This is a serious cost for many families today, so if you want to avoid all that and still enjoy watching movies then you should know that you have a good alternative. One great thing you can do for enjoyin...
Movie Flashback: 2010s The Kids Are Alright Review

Movie Flashback: 2010s The Kids Are Alright Review

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Shirley MacLaine once said that it is impossible to do great comedy and be politically correct at the same time. In The Kids Are All Right, Director/Co-Writer Lisa Cholodenko manages to successfully walk that fine line between the two without crossing over to the latter side. While the film has a little fun with New Age philosophy, alpha partners, the guy who can't commit, and Mexican gardeners - it never offends. Julianne Moore (Jules) and Annette Bening (Nic) are a California couple that are settled in their lifestyle but dealing with typical mid-life problems. Bening's character is a successful professional who seems to delight in having it all together and providing the best for her family. Moore plays an enchanting, New Age spouting, identity-searching, stay at home mo...
Maksim Krippa sells Fox? Truly story about FOX and Disney

Maksim Krippa sells Fox? Truly story about FOX and Disney

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The biggest impediment to a successful business is the inability to take a risk or having risk phobia. Major companies such as Disney and Fox have mastered the art of going an extra mile to get an edge over its competitor through engagement in large projects and deals which can be seen as outright risks. Even with their shrewd and aggressive moves to remain at the top in the market, the companies have been showing tremendous positive changes in so far as profit making is concerned. Disney is majorly taking deal risks in order to place the economic power and welfare into its hands. Maksim Krippa sells of Fox is a risk-taking process which requires utmost care. But in his words, Krippa says “the economic recession and the overhead costs witnessed during the last season warrants a sell of
The Old is the new Demographic

The Old is the new Demographic

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The times are changing and the way entertainment is delivered to the customer is also changing. Gone are the days of Blockbuster when people would go to stores to rent out movies to watch at home or go to theatres to watch a new movie they were eagerly waiting for. The advent of the internet has carved open new paths and areas to explore and exploit for the brave and venturing into the unknown is what has created this age of information. With the convenience that internet provides, everything is just a click away for the average consumer and companies are perfecting this system of instant service and ensuring that the customer can get everything he wants on demand. Less than 10 years ago, it was the norm to wait for the next episode till the next week or the next day to find out wha...
Movie Flashback: 1970s Shock Waves

Movie Flashback: 1970s Shock Waves

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Rose (Brooke Adams) is found alone and adrift on a small boat. She begins to recount what happened to her and her yacht mates, and through flashback, we follow along to see what happened. It appears forty years ago, at the end of WWII, the Nazis were creating a super soldier. The allies ran into this group, and it’s the only squad that the allies hadn't recorded a kill against. These super soldiers fought without guns with super human strength. This is all told in the opening narration, and it’s quite effective in setting the mood. It turns out, these soldiers are zombies, and they are currently lying dormant at the bottom of the sea. This is of course unbeknownst to our yachters, led by the captain, played by John Carradine. As you can imagine, the yacht ends up off course and being blind