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Classic Film List: Select one as the basis for your Essay 1930s: Gone with the Wind; Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; All Quiet on the Western Front; Stagecoach 1940s: The Maltese Falcon; The Yearling; The Grapes of Wrath; Casablanca 1950s: The Day the Earth Stood Still; Rebel Without a Cause; Bridge on the River Kwai; A Streetcar Named Desire 1960s: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner; The Graduate; In the Heat of the Night; Lawrence of Arabia 1970s: Sounder; Apocalypse Now; American Graffiti 1980s: Blade Runner; The Color Purple; Cross Creek; Amadeus 1990s: Ulee's Gold; Smoke Signals; Romeo and Juliet
A six (6) paragraph, minimum 1,200 word/maximum 1,300 word, Research Essay
1st Paragraph: The Introductory Paragraph - Offer your overall impression of the film while providing the movie's title, director and key actors. Then, provide a thesis where you state what you believe to be the film maker's message - the Lesson Learned - you have taken away from this classic film. Remember, this will be a three-part thesis where you state the central focus of the essay and then preview the three areas you will be discussing: Characterization, Setting and Theme. 2nd Paragraph: Body Paragraph, Decade Summary - Provide a brief overview of the popular culture of the decade in which your film was made, with an emphasis on how your film may have been influenced by the events of that decade. 3rd Paragraph: Body Paragraph, Characters/Characterization - Discuss the characterization(s) of one or two of the central characters in the film. How did the actors portray these key character roles? Provide specific examples/scenes from the film as you develop this portion of the essay. 4th Paragraph: Body Paragraph, Setting: Discuss the film's setting. How did this setting enhance the film maker's message? Was it believable? Provide specific examples/scenes from the film as you develop this portion of the essay. 5th Paragraph: Theme/LESSON LEARNED: What was the message about life/the theme or the LESSON LEARNED conveyed within this Classic Film? How did the filmmaker convey this message to his audience? 6th Paragraph: Conclusion: This is your opportunity to sum up what you have learned and to make your recommendation regarding this film!
Blade Runner is pretty decent for an essay
Here is a trailer Blade Runner (1982) Official Trailer - Ridley Scott, Harrison ... https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDsQtwIwA2oVChMIvs7YoJmTyQIVgkImCh2w_A81&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DeogpIG53Cis&usg=AFQjCNG-U-NAD6MSffj8kjM_8ttPtBp1FQ&sig2=CVtgs-OorxpDHKSO7DUacg&bvm=bv.107467506,d.eWE
Hmm maybe. Any other suggestions?
American Graffiti sounds pretty cool too : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBI0p5OGlDw
But this can certianly provide a decent essay http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vucani2GNg
Ill look into them. Thanks.