Saturday, December 28, 2019

Analysis Of The Movie Tombstone - 2224 Words

Tombstone was released December 25, 1993 and made $6,454,752 in the first week. Tombstone is based in the city of Tombstone in the Arizona Territory during the 1880s. The movie is about the conflict that an ex-cattle town sheriff and his family face. Wyatt Earp, played by Kurt Russell, his older Brother Virgil Earp, (Sam Elliott), and his younger brother Morgan Earp, (Bill Paxton), come to Tombstone to become miners. When they first get off the wagon at the hotel, the county sheriff greets them and gives them a tour and they come to a saloon put out the business by Ike Clanton, (Stephen Lang). Wyatt throws Clanton out of the saloon. Milt Joyce, (Pat Brady) cuts Wyatt in on 25% of the houses takings a night. After this walking back to his brother Ike shows up with a shotgun to deal with Wyatt; at this time, we are introduced to Doc. Holiday, (Val Kilmer) who hollers at Ike so to alert the Earps of what is coming. Due to this no blood was shed. Then a stagecoach rolls into town. On th e coach is a play company staring Josephine Marcus, (Dana Delany). Wyatt is immediately attracted to her and she notices him down the road and is attracted as well. Then the Earps and Doc go to the Bird Cage Theater where they take their wives: Wyatt’s wife Mattie, (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson), Virgil’s wife Allie, (Paula Malcomson) and Morgan’s wife Louisa, (Lisa Collins) and Doc’s girl Kate, (Joanna Pacula). During the play, the Cowboy’s gang was watching as well but they were shooting their gunsShow MoreRelatedThe Wild West: an Analysis of Post-Civil War Tension in John Ford’s â€Å"My Darling Clementine†1546 Words   |  7 PagesDoc Holliday and Granville Thorndyke (the Shakespearean actor) in â€Å"My Darling Clementine.† What is Ford trying to say about the relation to the civilized East to the unsettled West. (Clementine vs. Chihuahua is relevant here.) The Wild West: An Analysis of Post-Civil War Tension in John Ford’s â€Å"My Darling Clementine† Following the end of the United States’ Civil War, new territories had becomes states, notably what is now known as the West. The West, iconized by its Cowboys, gunfights, andRead MoreThe Editing Of The Man With The Movie Camera1805 Words   |  8 PagesStudy On the Editing of The Man with the Movie Camera How powerful an editor can be when assembling a film from scattered clips? ‘I am a builder. I have placed you†¦ in an extraordinary room which did not exist until just now when I also created it. In this room there are twelve walls, shot by me in various parts of the world. In bringing together shots of walls and details, I’ve managed to arrange them in an order that is pleasing’(17). Says the soviet pioneer documentarist, Dziga Vertov, in hisRead MoreMy Darling Clementine : A Film That Follows The Classic Semantics And Syntactics Of An Original Western Film2112 Words   |  9 Pages Unforgiven: As opposed to the classical Western roles of the women in My Darling Clementine, we see the women of Unforgiven to take a more revisionist stance. Rather than being dressed well and looking put together, the opening scene of the movie with the prostitutes shows the women to look more colonial, frumpy, basic and even a bit unkept. This is where the idea of revisionist genre becomes readable because it is visible that the genre is revising the roles/iconography of women. In the screenRead MoreJazz Albums as Art Essay4662 Words   |  19 PagesSteinweiss, who became Columbia Recordss first art director in 1940. They would stamp in gold the name of the record, and it would just lie in the window of the record store like a tombstone: nothing attractive about it. It had no color, no personality. In about 1935, some of these designless tombstone albums, as they were called, first appeared with pictures pasted onto their covers. The first jazz album, Chicago Jazz (1939), consisted of six 78s bound in an album whose yellow coverRead MoreThe Political Impact of 9/113412 Words   |  14 Pagessociety and their presumed similarities to the 9/11 attackers. The issue of race plays an important factor here, people were targeted because their physical features were similar to those of the terrorists; their race was determined by no scientific analysis but mere speculations. Raids and large group arrests of people were being made on a regular; people were disappearing into the immigration prison systems to never be seen by their families again and even see death. A system made up of hundreds ofRead MoreThe Studio System Essay14396 Words   |  58 Pages1920, Adolph Zukor, head of Paramount Pictures, over the decade of the 1920s helped to fashion Hollywood into a vertically integrated system, a set of economic innovations which was firmly in place by 1930. For the next three decades, the movie industry in the United States and the rest of the world operated by according to these principles. Cultural, social and economic changes ensured the demise of this system after the Second World War. A new way to run Hollywood was

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