Movies

Gee Whiz Wally, what happened to the 50’s

Looking back a history, it seems as the 1950’s was an age of utopian bliss. With multi- colored ranch style homes set in a Garden of Eden surrounding, filled with June Cleavers “Leave it to Beaver” and Jim Anderson as “Father Knows Best” families. The Norman Rockwell’s of that generation painted lovable, humorous, attractive families, […]

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Exploitation in Children’s Movies

Movies are meant to be help children learn life lessons visually and explore different areas of their imagination that they would have never seen otherwise. Children’s movies should meant to have a positive message and subconsciously be educational to watch but for some Disney movies and fairytale stories this is not the case. The Little […]

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Is Hollywood Enlightening Or Misleading

The focal point of this paper is to evaluate whether Hollywood movies are misleading of detrimental to human mind or they are enlightening and offers us the true picture of life on a broader perspective on the psyche of the different stages of an individual. For the purpose three stages of human life is chosen […]

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An Anthological Review of Holocaust Movies

Death and dying are very potent and powerful components of modern movies (Bryant, 2003). They both emotionally move the viewer into self-introspection and lead the viewer to the deeper abyss of one’s psyche. In quest of elusive answers to some basic questions in life, even ancient philosophers considerably linked living with dying, one as a […]

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Watching a movie in the cinema vs at home

Humanity always has been seeking for bigger and better conditions of lifestyles since the dawn of time. Since the big screen was invented, movies have revolutionized our lifestyle into a new millennium, Movies defined our view to the world and changed it, we learn new lessons each time we watch a movie. It inspires us […]

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Disney movies

Stereotypes are generalizations and overgeneralizations about the member of a group; sometimes being positive, more often negative, having a resistance to change (Ziebarth, 2009). “The Disney organization does not create the stereotypes, they simply reflect them” (What about Women in Disney Movies? , 2008). Disney movies, however, are filled with stereotypes, ranging from social stereotypes […]

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