Title: The Spectacle of Violence in a Post-cHc Film
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||April 14, 2013|
|Length:||7 / 1962|
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But later in that century, when American society is much more accustomed to, and even excited by, such violence, a new era of filmmaking began to emerge. It was the era of spectacle-centered, big blockbuster movies. A movie that I find to be very representative of that era is Die Hard. In this movie, the narrative is only second to the spectacle aspect of it, the stylistic flourishes that make it the action-thriller that is it...
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In this movie, the narrative is only second to the spectacle aspect of it, the stylistic flourishes that make it the action-thriller that is it. Action and violence are heightened in a way that classic Hollywood cinema had never experienced. I have chosen Casablanca to represent a cHc movie that, while it includes aspects of violence, is in no way centered around the violence as much as Die Hard is...
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