Six film reviews
Six film reviews (2 pages for each film)
this paper should not have any references and any sources. (This paper is review not research paper).I NEED 0% PLAGIARISE. each film has 2pages separately and they don’t have related to each other .
LOOK AT THE ATTACH FILE, THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF PAPER I NEED BUT I NEED 2PAGE FOR EACH FILM .EXAMPLE PAPER HAS ONE PAGE FOR EACH FILM. ALSO PLEASE DO NOT USE THOSE FILM THAT ON EXAMPLE FILE I ATTACH.
The electronic copy of all SIX film reviews in a single Microsoft Word You should number each review, and specify the category for each film review. Your primary objective is to discuss ethical issues in each film you are reviewing, demonstrating that you have watched the film. You should incorporate concepts from the textbook and the lectures into your reviews. The length for each film should be two pages double-spaced, total 12 pages for all six reviews. . You are to write reviews of SIX of these films. These films come from many genres, including comedy. Many should be available in our library. Others should be available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Google Play, etc. Renting some of them may be the only incidental cost of this class. Your job is to watch them – and then find a way to review them (two pages double-spaced for each review) that shows you’re seeing the ethical problems shown in the films. It should be partly fun – and partly serious education. Not all the suggested questions will be relevant to every movie in that category – and are provided only as suggestions to get you started. Some films may appear in more than one category – but you can only count them one time. Always watch an earlier version of any film.
FIRST FILM REVIEW
Businesses and the behavior of individual employees, interns, underlings. Customer service ethics. Watch ONE from this category.
Write on: 1) What factors, other than money, are playing a role in employees’ behavior? 2) what real world parallels have you observed, in which unhappy employees might make or break (eventually) a business?
LIST OF FILM= Amarcord, Clerks*; Do the Right Thing*; The Aquatic Life of Steve Zissou; The Big Kahuna; Wall Street (1987); Z Channel; Syriana
SECOND FILM REVIEW
Documentaries or nearly. Watch ONE from this category.
What role do documentaries play in telling the world what’s really going on? What is a corporation – based on what you see in the film? What are the ethical dilemmas shown? Besides corporations, what other entities employ people and influence the economy? Don’t forget that the film business…is a business. If you see no corporations in the film – think harder about it.
LIST OF FILM FOR SECOND REVIEW=The Corporation; Supersize Me; Revolution OS; A Day Without a Mexican; McLibel, Roger & Me,; DIG!; Maya Lin:; A Strong Clear Vision; Shooting War: WW2 Combat Cameramen; Voices of Iraq*;
THIRD FILM REVIEW
Ethical activism, ethics from outside the corporation. Watch ONE from this category.
What roles do activists and journalists play in assuring that corporations are ethical – or at least not evil? How does an educated population fit into activism? College reproduces many aspects of broader society when it’s working – what are those? Why does the government view some activists as terrorists – and others as acceptable?
LIST OF FILM FOR THIRD REVIEW=Norma Jean; The China Syndrome; Broken Rainbow; All the President’s Men; Higher Learning; Waco: The Rules of Engagement; You Can’t Be Neutral; Control Room; This is What Democracy Looks Like; The Awful Truth Season 2; The War at Home.
FOURTH FILM REVIEW
History, the individual, the law, social forces. Watch ONE from this category.
What role does leadership play in shaping ethical behavior in a community? What are some kinds of leaders? What role does history play in choosing leaders? What kind of businesses need highly specialized employees and leadership?
LIST OF FILM FOR FOURTH REVIEW=Amarcord, Lone Star; American History X,; The Magnificent Seven (1960 version); Alexander; The Scorpion King; Glory; Saving Private Ryan; My Architect: A Son’s Journey; Faster; How to Draw a Bunny; The War Room; The Trials of Henry Kissinger
FIFTH FILM REVIEW
Personal consciousness, meta-perspective. Watch ONE from this category.
How much is a person expected to know? If a person has no goal of “being a better person” how ethical do you think they’ll be? What kinds of problems are there in ordinary assessments of what makes a “good employee” or a “competent person”? What kinds of experiences are organized by business and society for the individual?
LIST OF FILM FOR FIFTH REVIEW=Amarcord, Run, Lola, Run; What the Bleep do we Know?; Donnie Darko; Baraka; Save the Tiger; Touching the Void; Riding the Rails; The Kid Stays in the Picture
SIXTH FILM REVIEW
Un-bannable businesses? Pseudo-businesses without government oversight? Watch ONE from this category.
(For Mallrats: List the total number of different businesses you see in the movie, and why it would be very difficult to ever fully get rid of that type of business including food courts). For the others, focus on the ways in which other institutions do what business does – but with very different ethical regulations and concerns. How are these like business? How are they different? Also, look at what occupations seem unbannable – even if there’s no profit to be made.
LIST OF FILM FOR SISTH REVIEW=Mallrats; Grass; The Smashing Machine; Up and Down; Magnolia; At Play in the Fields of the Lord; National Geographic: The Photographers.