Essays on Entertainment

Representation Of Sharks In Films: Jaws And Sharknado

“The great fish moved silently through the night water, propelled by short sweeps of its crescent tail.” These are the opening lines of a book unimaginably iconic, it prompted the making of 4 movies, Jaws written by Peter Benchley. This book is one of Benchley’s many books about the deep blue and what lies there...
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Stereotypes In Family Guy

Do you think Asians are bad drivers? Well, Asians have been classified into a stereotype of bad driving, this stereotype is shown through a variety of cultural artefacts like; videos, images, and research papers. For decades now Asians have been put into this stereotype, no one knows where it exactly came from but it’s still...
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Titanic Movie Review

The Titanic has been known as the “unsinkable” ship or the ship of dreams. This ship was thought to be the unsinkable ship by all the passengers on this ship on its grand departure to America on April 10th 1912. During this journey, a 3rd class artist named Jack Dawson ( Leonardo DiCaprio ) and...
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Catch Me If You Can: Film Analysis

There are moments in everyone’s life where they crave a connection, although they do not get an opportunity because of absences of consistency. The thing is, we need these connections to be fulfilled. Our brain does not function properly without a root system. We need favourable bonds with friends, family and a location. Human connection...

Purity As Seen In Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away

Spirited Away is an animated film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, one of the most well-known Japanese film producers to date. Hayao Miyazaki hand draws all of his story boards and then when he satisfied with his work it is digitized, earning him the nickname of “Japanese Walt Disney”. The works of Miyazaki tell obscure tales...

Ethnic And Religious Conflict In Hotel Rwanda

Ethnicity and religion have been the cause of many conflicts around the world. This persecution due to fundamental differences has been illustrated throughout history, seen in the works of Elie Wiesel’s Night to Paul Rusesabagina’s The Ordinary Man and the movie based on the same experience, Hotel Rwanda. Destruction and disparity has stemmed from uncensored...
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