Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Populace View of Bonnie and Clyde

America has always had a long obsession with the outlaw. Many classic outlaws include Jesse James, John Dillinger, Doc Holliday, Butch Cassidy, and the Sundance Kid. All of these fugitives have had romanticized legacies that have had their established legends … Continue reading

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Disconnect in Breathless

Michel lies in the street, bleeding from a bullet wound in the back, he speaks softly to his once lover Patricia. He mutters with his last dying breath, “You make me want to puke.” She follows this with a reoccurring … Continue reading

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Birds in Psycho

With each viewing of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, I always pick up on a different characteristic of a motif that I had never noticed. Hitchcock uses several different motifs to subconsciously create suspense for the film viewer. Throughout this viewing I … Continue reading

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