The Girl with a Golden Heart & Fierce sense of Justice. (An Analysis of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Amelie)

Vengeance may be a bad thing, but acquiring justice after doing it is quite a different story. Amelie is a romantic comedy that tells a story of a simple girl who decides to lend a helping hand to other people and affect change to them. She has her own version of of punishment to abusive… Read More The Girl with a Golden Heart & Fierce sense of Justice. (An Analysis of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Amelie)

The Girl with a Golden Heart & Fierce sense of Justice. (An Analysis of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Amelie).

Vengeance may be a bad thing, but acquiring justice after doing it is quite a different story. Amelie is a romantic comedy that tells a story of a simple girl who decides to lend a helping hand to other people and affect change to them. She has her own version of of punishment to abusive… Read More The Girl with a Golden Heart & Fierce sense of Justice. (An Analysis of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Amelie).

NO TURNING BACK! (FILM ANALYSIS OF M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN’S ‘THE VILLAGE”

The Village is produced, directed and written by M. Night Shyamalan. It is a psychological thriller 2004 American film. The film stars, Judy Greer, William Hurt, Sigourney Weaver and Bryce Dallas Howard the daughter of director Ron Howard. It is Rated PG-13 because of its violence and frightening situations. The village starts with a burial… Read More NO TURNING BACK! (FILM ANALYSIS OF M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN’S ‘THE VILLAGE”

“Struggles, Surviving, and Moving On” – An analysis of J.J. Abram’s Super 8

There are times in our lives where we get stuck up on the bad things that have happened in the past. People get so messed-up, unfocused, and unhappy because they hold on too much on the things that have hurt them. Super 8 is an American-science fiction adventure film directed by J.J. Abrams and produced… Read More “Struggles, Surviving, and Moving On” – An analysis of J.J. Abram’s Super 8

A reflection on Saving Private Ryan (and an attempt to save my own sentimentality)

I’ve noticed that I’ve been quite repetitive with my analyses; I had always tackled the philosophical implications of the work I critiqued with my own existentialist lens, but never took the work for its other aspects. How was it made? Did it bring anything new to the filming industry? Did it have some sort of… Read More A reflection on Saving Private Ryan (and an attempt to save my own sentimentality)

“Beauty is only in the perspective eye of the beholder.” (An analysis of Garry Marshall’s – Pretty Woman)

Pretty is the same as beautiful. Right?. But people have different sets of standards when it comes to beauty. It is actually a broad thing to consider when you think about it. Beauty has no definite, shape, size or anything to consider, the reason why it is like that it’s because we’re all in from… Read More “Beauty is only in the perspective eye of the beholder.” (An analysis of Garry Marshall’s – Pretty Woman)