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Alfred Hitchcock’s dramatic thriller “Psycho” came out in 1960 and was originally a box office flop. The now critically acclaimed classic was produced by Hitchcock himself and Paramount Studios. The film is a classic Alfred Hitchcock one with all of the elements that they contain. It is full of suspense, has something dark beneath the […]

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For starters I have changed my mind, this was the best movie we have watched! Although I did not find it as spooky as a lot of people did, I still completely loved it! The way the camera filmed a woman’s body so sensually with the perversion of being a voyeur was so perfect for […]

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Well for starters, HELLO COLOR! It was really refreshing to finally watch a film with color which was fabulous! In fact this film has become my favorite we have watched. The melodrama which was really interesting and full of really amazing characters. The film which was a wide-screen composition was full of things that were […]

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Invasion of the Body Snatchers, a film directed by Don Seigel

This film was not only frighteningly realistic but really good for its time as far as the special affects went. The way that Don Seigel really played with a physiological plot of the whole “I’m not crazy…but am I” plot was so in depth and interesting and realistic. Although the story matter was uncanny and […]

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Early Summer, a film directed by Yasujiro Ozu

Last week in class we watched a Japanese film from 1951. It was called “Early Summer” and it was directed by Yasujiro Ozu and it was written by Ozu himself along with Kogo Noda. When the film had finished everyone seemed as though they hadn’t quite enjoyed the film for it was a much slower […]

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FILM ANALYSIS: “The Lady Eve”

The screwball comedy from director Preston Sturges “The Lady Eve” was produced in1941 by Paramount studios. One of the very first scenes that begins the whole movie is where Jean and her father scope out Charles Pike, an ale arrest, for their latest gambling scam aboard a high class cruise ship. They are not the […]

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M, a film directed by Fritz Lang

This week in History of Cinema, we watched a film from the 1930s called ‘M.’ It was a film from Germany, with English Subtitles, about a man who was mentally unstable. This instability drove him to the crimes he commited of kidnapping and killing little girls. This film embodied a lot of the techniques that […]

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Hey Everyone =]

Hi, My name is Carlene Faith and I am a freshman at Queens College and I am a Elementary  Education major as well as a Media Studies major. I am really looking forward to this Media Studies class, the movies were going to watch and all the lessons were going to learn about Cinema

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