A Critical Analysis of Three Movies Film Review by Master Researcher

A Critical Analysis of Three Movies
Looks at the critical reviews of three movies by Lang, Fellini, and Branagh in an effort to understand the important qualities of each film.
# 32876 | 1,150 words | 10 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 27, 2003 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)

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The three films to be discussed in this essay (Lang's "Metropolis", Fellini's "La Strada", and Branagh's "Henry V") have all succeeded in resonating with the popular audience while receiving considerable critical attention at the same time. In order to better appreciate the important qualities of each of the above works, this paper will analyze critical reviews of each. In the process, it will be seen that the power of all three films lies in their capacity to impress audiences with either their technical achievement, or their incorporation of eternal verities of the human condition.

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