"Rocknrolla" - A Film Analysis
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This paper describes and analyzes the plot and technique in Guy Richie's 2008 film, "Rocknrolla." First, the paper focuses on the fast pace of the film, citing the elements of crime and violence as contributing to this. Then, the paper notes how the film is absorbing even though some sequences are clearly not connected to any elements from the rest of the film. Various examples of this are given. Next, the paper discusses the comic elements of the film. It also explores the roles of the characters in the film. The paper concludes by stating that "Rocknrolla" takes the genre of suspense film to a new level.
From the Paper:"What is absorbing about the movie is that certain sequences do not feel as if they do not belong, in spite of the fact that they are clearly not connected to any elements from the rest of the film. For example, it does not seem peculiar that One Two and Stella's dialogue in the dance scene is barely heard, considering the fact that Richie chooses to use onscreen text in order to have his audience acquainted with the conversation. The eccentricity expressed by all of the characters contributes in giving a unique touch to the movie. Considering the fact that most of the actors present in the movie are British, and, probably less famous than the stars in the U.S., the audience has the chance to focus on the plot and the characters instead of focusing on just one actor."
"While most of the audience might recognize Gerard Butler from the action role that he performed in 300, it might come as a surprise to them to observe that he is also good at being a comedian. His character in Rocknrolla manages to make fun out of almost every situation, regardless of its gravity."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Rocknrolla. Dir. Guy Richie. Warner Bros., 2008.
Cite this Film Review:
"Rocknrolla" - A Film Analysis (2012, May 22) Retrieved May 21, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/film-review/rocknrolla-a-film-analysis-151115/
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