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CMN112 Film Review

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  • 1. SALLY STILES NOVEMBER 29, 2007
  • 2. ASSIGNMENT OBJECTIVE
    • VIEW A TOTAL OF 5 MOVIES
    • TAKE NOTES ABOUT EACH MOVIE
    • 3) MAKE A COMPARISION BETWEEN THE MOVIES BASED UPON CERTAIN CRITERIA
    • 4) PRESENT FINDINGS TO OTHERS
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5. THANK YOU FOR SMOKING
    • 1) CREATED A NEED FOR SMOKING
    • “ COOL” THING
    • 2) APPEAL TO SOCIAL DESIRES
    • “ COOL IS POPULAR”
    • 3) PERSUADE THROUGH WORDS AND VISUALS SHOW PEOPLE SMOKING IN MOVIES
  • 6. THANK YOU FOR SMOKING COUNTER- ACT NEGATIVES ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKING
          • HEALTH CONCERNS : WOULD A CIGARETTE COMPANY WANT TO LOSE CUSTOMERS? No? (THEREFORE SMOKING MUST NOT BE DEADLY)
          • QUOTE NUMBERS OF SMOKERS- “COULD THEY ALL BE WRONG?”
          • CHALLENGE THE QUALIFICATIONS OF PEOPLE WHO TELL YOU SMOKING IS A HEALTH RISK; “WHAT MAKES THEM AN EXPERT?”
  • 7.
    • SKULL AND CROSS BONES NOT NEEDED ON CIGARETTE BOXES- DO WE LABEL EVERYTHING THAT IS NOT GOOD OR IS UNHEALTHY?
    • EX/ CHEESE –BECAUSE IT MIGHT BE LINKED TO HIGHER CHOLESTEROL
    • PARENTS RESPONSIBILITY TO INFORM CHILDREN OF SMOKING’S DANGERS
    THANK YOU FOR SMOKING
  • 8. SICKO
    • 1) CREATED A NEED FOR EXAMINING HEALTH CARE
    • (IT AFFECTS US DIRECTLY; OUR PHYSICAL & EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING & OUR $)
    • 2) APPEAL TO SOCIAL DESIRES
    • (TO BE ABLE TO OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE IN A TIMELY AND AFFORDABLE MANNER TO MAINTAIN OUR HEALTH)
    • 3 ) PERSUADE THROUGH WORDS AND VISUALS
  • 9. SICKO STATISTICS:
    • 50 MILLION AMERICANS W/O HEALTH INSURANCE
    • 18,000 AMERICANS DIE EACH
    • YEAR DUE TO NOT HAVING INSURANCE
  • 10. SICKO VISUALS/GRAPHICS
    • INJURIED MAN STITCHING HIS OWN KNEE
    • OTHER INJURED PEOPLE
    • MISSING FINGERS
    • PERSONAL TESTIMONIALS
    • FINANCIAL BANKRUPTCY DUE TO MEDICAL BILLS, COMPLETE WITH EMOTION
  • 11.
    • DEPICTED THROUGH NUMEROUS STORIES BOTH TOLD & NARRATED WITH GRAPHIC DETAILS
    • COMPARISIONS OF SIMILAR SITUATIONS IN THE U.S. AND OTHER COUNTRIES
    • HARDSHIPS ON OUR SENIOR POPULATION
    SICKO VISUALS/GRAPHICS
  • 12. SICKO VISUALS/GRAPHICS
      • COMPARISION OF MEDICATION EXPENSES BETWEEN COUNTRIES
      • COMPARISION OF CARE (QUALITY, COST & TIMELINESS )
      • PERSONAL ASSOCIATIONS POSSIBLE THROUGH PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
  • 13.
    • PERSONAL TESTIMONIALS OF DOCTORS
    • INFORMATION RELATING TO “PATIENT DUMPING”
    • TREA TMENT OF OUR “HEROES” WHO ARE SUFFERING FROM MEDICAL CONDITIONS RELATING TO “GROUND ZERO”
    SICKO VISUALS/GRAPHICS
  • 14. SICKO VISUALS/GRAPHICS
    • STATISITICS
    • AT GUATAMOMO BAY , CUBA
    • OUR RATIO OF DOCTORS
    • TO PATIENTS IS 1:4
  • 15. SICKO CONCLUSION WHY CAN’T THE U.S. HAVE A BETTER HEALTH CARE SYSTEM?
  • 16. 12 ANGRY MEN
    • 1) CREATED A NEED TO REVIEW EVIDENCE
    • 2) APPEAL TO SOCIAL DESIRES
    • (MAKE SURE JUSTICE IS SERVED)
    • 3) PERSUADE THROUGH WORDS AND VISUALS
    • (MAKE MANY REFERENCES THAT COULD RAISE DOUBT RELATED TO GUILT/INNOCENCE)
  • 17. 12 ANGRY MEN CONTINUED
    • ONE JUROR DECIDES TO DELAY A UNANIMOUS GUILTY VERDICT UNTIL FURTHER JUROR DEBATE
    • JURORS CONTINUALLY DEBATE AND REVIEW EVIDENCE UNTIL THEY REACH A VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY
  • 18. 12 ANGRY MEN CONTINUED
    • MANY PERSONAL ASSOCIATIONS MADE
    • CONSIDERATIONS FOR A SPEEDY VERDICT ; TIME, MONEY, PRECONCEIVED ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT DEFENDANT, ESCAPING THE HEAT OF THE ROOM
  • 19. 12 ANGRY MEN CONTINUED
    • REASONS TO VOTE NOT GUILTY
    • QUESTIONABLE RELIABILTY, CREDIBILITY AND MOTIVES OF WITNESSES
    • POSSIBLE INACURATE FACTUAL EVIDENCE
    • EX/ DISPUTES IN TIMELINES
    • (EVEN IF JUST BY HUMAN ERROR)
  • 20. 12 ANGRY MEN CONTINUED
    • REASONS FOR COMPASSION
    • BETTER TO ERR ON THE SIDE OF INNOCENCE THAN TO CONDEM AN INNOCENT PERSON
    • DEFENDANT HAD SOME QUALITIES & CHARACTERISTICS THAT THE JURORS COULD PERSONALIZE
  • 21. FAHRENHEIT 911
    • 1) CREATED A NEED FOR PERSONAL SAFETY AND TRUST
    • 2) APPEAL TO OUR SENSE OF INSECURITY AND DISTRUST OF GOVERNMENT AND BIG BUSINESS
    • 3)PERSUADE US TO QUESTION MOTIVES THROUGH VIDEOS & COMMENTARIES
  • 22. FAHRENHEIT 911
    • POINTS OUTS POSSIBLE POLITICAL IMPROPRIETIES
    • RELATIVES WITH POLITICAL TIES
    • BUSINESS AND POLITICAL GAINS
    • NUCLEAR WEAPONS, WHERE?
  • 23. FAHRENHEIT 911
    • VISUALS /GRAPHICS
    • STATISTICS DEAD BODIES
    • CREEPY MUSIC CRYING MOTHERS
    • COFFINS GUNSHOTS
  • 24. PUMP UP THE VOLUME
    • CREATE A NEED FOR SAFE SCHOOLS AND THE RIGHT TO A GREAT EDUCATION
    • APPEAL TO ONE’S SENSE OF WELL-BEING, SELF-ESTEEM AND THEIR RIGHT TO SUCCEED
    • PERSUADE THROUGH EXAMPLES, STATISTICS,
    • PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
  • 25. PUMP UP THE VOLUME
    • VISUALS/GRAPHICS
    • STUDENT TESTIMONIALS
    • STUDENT SUICIDE (NOT ACTUALLY SHOWN)
    • FAMILY, STUDENT & SCHOOL INTERACTIONS
    • OTHER EMOTIONAL MOMENTS
  • 26. PUMP UP THE VOLUME
    • QUESTION SCHOOL PRACTICES AND
    • TREATMENT OF STUDENTS
    • VIA A STUDENT RADIO TALK SHOW ; METHOD OF UNCOVERING INJUSTICES
    • EX/ BY PUBLICALLY EXPOSING STUDENT RECORDS OF DROPOUTS & STUDENTS’ ISSUES (#’S & SPECIFIC PERSONAL REFERENCES)
  • 27. PUMP UP THE VOLUME
    • RADIO SHOW
    • ATTRACTED ATTENTION OF STUDENTS, PARENTS, SCHOOL STAFF & F.C.C.
    • STUDENT VOICE
    • EXPOSED ISSUES ; LED TO
    • SCHOOL CHANGE
  • 28. THE END!