The Monuments Men - War Movie By George Clooney (Movie Review Sample)
Pollock, (based on the life of Jackson Pollock, starring Ed Harris)
Basquiat (based on the life of Jean Michele Basquiat)
Frida, (based on the life of Frida Kahlo)
Obey Giant, a film about Shepherd Fairey
step 1: Watch one of the films listed above.
step 2: Write a one-page review (minimum of three paragraphs) by first summarizing the main points in the film and then writing your reaction. Your reaction may contain positive agreements with the themes of the film and/or critical opposition.
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The Monuments Men is a 2014 war movie that actor and director George Clooney released to remember the allied group of soldiers tasked to recover valuable works of art that the Nazis looted during the Second World War. Working under the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives project, the participants had the job of recovering culturally significant pieces of art before Adolf Hitler's regime could steal or destroy them
The movie's central theme is its attempt to illustrate how hard it is to convince society about the importance of saving valuable representations of culture or art amidst a war or at its tail end after millions have died. Clooney's superstar collec
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