“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)

We’re all in the same game, just different levels. Dealing with the same hell, just different devils (An Analysis of Sam Mendes – American Beauty)

Did you ever just stare at yourself in the mirror and appreciate the beauty that you have?. I’m not talking about the foolish type of beauty – that most of us use to look through other people. I’m talking about you – us, everything going around all. I’m digging on the impression of the most… Read More We’re all in the same game, just different levels. Dealing with the same hell, just different devils (An Analysis of Sam Mendes – American Beauty)

A glimpse of the outside world maybe? (An Analysis of M. Night Shyamalan’s: The Village)

 Did you ever just step out of your house and wander what’s going on around town? . I for one, live in a village so I know the manner of being in that surrounding. A village is really quite different to those whose houses are just not really displayed in a well manner. I’m not… Read More A glimpse of the outside world maybe? (An Analysis of M. Night Shyamalan’s: The Village)

Sparring as the Language of Man. An Analysis of David Fincher’s “Fight Club”

“I see all this potential, and I see it squandered. Goddamit an entire station pumping gas, waiting tables… slaves with white collars, Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate. So we can buy shit we don’t need.” – Tyler Durden. I’m not really that knowledgeable when it comes to action-psychological-inner-men-conflict movies.… Read More Sparring as the Language of Man. An Analysis of David Fincher’s “Fight Club”

“A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing.” An Analysis of Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez’s: The Blair Witch Project.

I always wanted to go out for an adventure. Did you ever ask yourself in a manner like, “Hey. I wanna have fun for a change. I want to go out. I want excitement. Things I never did before to happen. Like now.” If you ever did wander about that, I just wanted to say… Read More “A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing.” An Analysis of Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez’s: The Blair Witch Project.