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    Forrest Gump directed by Robert Zemeckis is about Forrest facing difficulties in his life. The film takes place in America and Vietnam. It is told from a third-person point of view by Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks). We start out with a funny and happy theme and later on in the movie we move to sad tone. The main characters are obviously Forrest Gump, Mrs. Gump, Lieutenant Dan, Bubba, and Jenny. Forrest wasn’t really the smartest guy around. He is very slow academic ways and using common sense but he is

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    Forrest Gump (1994), directed by Robert Zemeckis, is a best picture film. Forrest Gump fulfills all the qualifications of my best film analysis. Forrest Gump definitely changes the way the viewer looks at things. The film shows a vivid backstory into Forrest’s life and all of his accomplishments and hardships. Forrest Gump shows that to live life you cannot give up on it no matter what challenges are faced. All the challenges he faces in live, whether it is his learning problems, his walking disability

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    Akira Kurosawa and Robert Zemeckis

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    Akira Kurosawa and Robert Zemeckis “As the term suggests, an auteur is an author, someone whose aesthetic sensibilities and impact are most important in the creation of a text. With literary texts, discerning authorship is usually no problem. But with collaborative art forms, such as film, deciding on authorship is much more complicated. Generally speaking, film theorists have concluded that it is the director of a film who is the auteur, the most important creative figure. But auteur theory is

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    Society is corrupt in many diverse customs. Corruptions of religion, morals, government and cruelty of society are issues that are faced on a daily basis. Voltaire, the author of Candide, and Robert Zemeckis, the director of "Forrest Gump", both use overly naïve protagonists to demonstrate their views of the world. Corruptions within religion are a prevalent theme in both Candide and “Forrest Gump”. Voltaire throughout his novel has several exposés which reveal the corruption and hypocrisy of the

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    Forrest Gump Analysis

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    Again" are all played. That scene demonstrates how often music is playing throughout every scene and how distracting it is. Although the music sometimes seems like a little bit too much it also adds many different aspects to the film. According to Robert Zemeckis, director of the film, “The coming-of-age of a generation and a country. And at the heart of the story is the music, music that lives with us, always there to remind us of the people, the places, and the events of our time.” There was clearly

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    that the movie could deride the actual poem. Every movie director does have the poetic license when reviving a newer version of a piece of literature, however, what the director does in this movie is far from that. Not only has the director, Robert Zemeckis, made the usual subtle changes we expect when literature is adapted to film, but the plot and character descriptions also has been altered significantly. Grendel is not Hrothgar's child nor is the dragon is not some malignant offspring of Beowulf

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    Life in the Box of Chocolate

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    creates artistic magic of movie. It looks like that is insufficient, and the film need the actors performance, the effects, the decors, the costumes and over all the music. ml>. Works Cited Forrest Gump. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Perf. Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, and Gary Sinise. 1994. Film Roth Eric. Forrest Gump screenplay. Imsdb.5 Okt. 2010 < http://www.imsdb.com/scripts/Forrest-Gump.ht

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    and Raging Bull Themes play a major role in many movies. This is the way a director is able to express the main point of the movie in his or her own way. A good example of a movie that does this is Forest Gump. This movie is directed by Robert Zemeckis. The movie takes place over a span of thirty years and all focuses around the life of one man. During this period we see the way a boy grows to a man in body, but remains a child in heart and spirit. A major theme in this movie is destiny. Forest’s

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    always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get” (Zemeckis, Forrest Gump). The Academy Award Winner for Best Picture star Tom Hanks portrays the good-hearted but everlasting challenged man that deals with vast life changing dramatic problems, Forrest Gump. The drama-filled romantic comedy was directed by Robert Zemeckis and screenplay written by Eric Roth. In the film, Zemeckis illustrates Forrest as a guy that describes several messages from life lessons on love

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    Forrest Gump

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    unintelligent or dimwitted, but rather because he is not restricted by the conventional ideals which are embedded within his culture; thus, Forrest challenges the conformities and principals that most people are accustomed to. The contrast that Robert Zemeckis, director of the film, is attempting to convey through the character of Forrest Gump is how most people are too smart for there own good; and thus, try to escape the realities and actualities of life. While other characters in the story are suppressed

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