An analysis for the screenplay I included in my previous post. While the Hero’s Journey in most stories is that of a character who is clearly positively represented in society, […]
Well, it appears perhaps my favorite class of all time (yet), Modern Mythology in American Film, has come to an end. Of course, like everything I take an interest in, […]
The purpose of any film is to create a myth for its time. While certain movies, such as Star Wars, do this on their own, their are others, such as […]
While the external plot of Citizen Kane is a quest for answers throughout Charles Foster Kane’s life, the newsreel journalist Jerry Thompson who makes this journey eventually discovers that the […]
Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night is perhaps the funniest movie from the 1930s by today’s standards. While I can’t say I’m an expert on films from the Great Depression, […]
The Hero’s Journey has been a theme in storytelling since the very beginnings of history. However, in modern film, the most obvious demonstration, especially after a reading of Christopher […]
Hi Mr. Delaney. I saw The Tourist starring Johnny Depp last night, and it was a horrible movie. At least I’ve gotten rid of our last movie that’s in.