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    criteria. Though some may think otherwise, Danny DeVito is a phenomenal actor, who may be considered one of the best in the industry, from his range as an actor, to the sheer number of awards he has won or been nominated for, or even his projects outside of film, he seems to have it all compared to all other actors. The question of who is the best actor is quite the difficult choice, as there are many criteria to account for, such as their range, talent,

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    What techniques does the director, Danny DeVito, use in the film ‘Matilda’ to illustrate that the character Agatha Trunchbull is evil and malicious. The film ‘Matilda’ directed by Danny DeVito is a 1966 fantasy comedy film about a small girl Matilda. Matilda is a very intelligent child who is neglected by her parents and believed to be ordinary. However, when Matilda begins school we are introduced to the malicious, rude and fierce Ms Trunchbull who is the principle of Cruncham Hall Elementary School

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    Matilda Film Techniques

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    What techniques does the director Danny DeVito use it the film Matilda to illustrate that the character Agatha Trunchbull, is evil and malicious? The film Matilda directed by Danny DeVito in 1996 has many evil characters in it, but none quite so evil as the repulsive Agatha Trunchbull. DeVito has used many different techniques to Make Ms Trunchbull appear more malevolent than she actually is. Some of the Techniques he has used are lighting, appearance, personality and camera angles. All of these

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    Matilda Film Analysis

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    The film ‘Matilda’ was directed by Danny DeVito and was released on August 2nd, 1996. Ms Trunchbull is the main antagonist is the film ‘Matilda’ and is the psychopathic Principal of Crunchem Hall Elementary School. The director uses the techniques of camera angles, shots, movement, lighting and music to help show that Ms Trunchbull is a malicious and evil character. Secondly, the director uses a variety of cameras angles, shots and movements to help create an unpleasant, aggressive and scary profile

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    graduate, confidentially enters the eye-opening world of law and injustice in the 90’s. Kick-starting his career in an firm of ambulance chasing attorneys, headed by the shifty Bruiser Stone, Baylor’s business is initially sparse, until Deck Schifflet (Danny De Vito) an unlicensed, street-wise legal assistant attempting the bar for the sixth time, steps in and demonstrates to the inexperienced Baylor how it is done. Mrs. Birdie, (Teresa Wright) Baylor’s landlady, becomes his first case, a chirpy elderly

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    Death To Smoochy

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    Danny Devito, the mastermind behind “Throw Momma From The Train”, might be more slightly of his rocket than “Death To Smoochy” villain, Rainbow Randolph Smiley (Robin Williams). However that could be just what the doctor ordered. Barney fans steer clear of this dark demented comedy. “Death To Smoochy” is like nothing ever before put on the silver screen. Childhood hero, Rainbow Randolph is busted by the Feds for trying to take bribes from parents whose kids watch his show. KidNet executives, Frank

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    three Las Angeles policeman who investigate in their own unique ways. It is based on the book by James Ellroy and after a very well adapted screenplay, won nine academy awards. It starred actors with big names like Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce and Danny Devito, which made it a very high earning film. The Narrative or storyline is much the same as any other film noir movie. It has a ‘hard boiled’ cop (Russell Crowe) who we grow attached to. The narrative of any film must have certain ‘key conventions’

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    Gattaca

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    Film Name: GATTACA Director / Writer: Andrew Niccol Producers: Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, and Stacey Sher Co-Producer: Gail Lyon Main Characters: Ethan Hawk as Jerome Morrow / Vincent Uma Thurman as Irein Jude Law as Eugene / Jerome Morrow Summary of Film: The film starts out in the “not-too-distant future”. The setting is a dark almost surreal view of Nineteen-Fifty Retro. In fact, every object in the film has a Fifties look to it, yet every thing was operated with future technology. For example

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    Beginning with the affluence of Polish Jews before the war, Potok established a circle of relationships. In the book, there are three main relationships. The first one is father-son, between Danny and his father, Reb Saunders and between Reuven and his father, David Malter. The relationship between Reuven and Danny is the second main relationship in The Chosen. The third main relationship is Hasidism verses Zionism. The relationship between the two fathers and the two sons is a very important theme

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    Analysis of Bernard MacLaverty's My Dear Palestrina My Dear Palestrina’ is a cleverly written short story by Bernard MacLaverty. It is about this young boy called Danny who discovers his musical talent and goes to this piano teacher called Miss Swartz. Their friendship develops and seem to be a formidable partnership until Danny is torn away from his beloved music lessons because of Miss Schwartz private life. Fitted into the story are some important themes that still continue to exist in today’s

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