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Movie List 1302 - Movie List Essay#3 Do not feel obligated or pressured to choose a movie with material that might make you uncomfortable Likewise

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Movie List: Essay #3 Do not feel obligated or pressured to choose a movie with material that might make you uncomfortable.  Likewise,  please do not select a movie that you feel might act on some area of your personal moral life in which you are or  have been weak or struggling.  You are all adults, and I trust you to act accordingly in your decision making. 13 Going on 30 (2004):  A thirteen-year-old girl from the ’80s finds herself in the present in a  thirty-year-old Jennifer Garner body. (PG-13, for some sexual content and brief drug references) The 13 th  Warrior (1999):  Adaptation of  Beowulf  with Antonio Banderas as an Arab warrior  fighting an evil group of primitives alongside Vikings. (R, for bloody battles and carnage) About a Boy (2002):  Adaptation of Nick Hornby’s seriocomic novel with Hugh Grant as a man  whose self-obsessed lonelieness is disrupted by a middle-school boy. (PG-13, for brief strong  language and some thematic elements) Amistad (1997):  Steven Spielberg historical drama about African slaves who must stand trial in  nineteenth-century America for revolting against their Spanish captors. (R, for some scenes of  strong brutal violence and some related nudity) Army of Darkness (1993):  Campy over-the-top horror sequel to the  Evil Dead  movies in which  Bruce Campbell finds himself in medieval times fighting the hideous Deadites. (R, for violence  and horror) Bowfinger (1999):  Steve Martin’s would-be movie producer tries to make an action movie with  Eddie Murphy’s paranoid character as the unsuspecting star. (PG-13, for sex-related material and  language) Charade (1963):  Audrey Hepburn stars as a widow being hunted by three of her dead husband’s  former colleagues, while trading jokes with her “protector,” Cary Grant. (Unrated, with mild  violence) Collateral (2004):  A cab driver (Jamie Foxx) finds himself transporting a hitman (Tom Cruise)  through the streets of late-night Los Angeles. (R, for violence and language)
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course ENG 1302 taught by Professor Reiter during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Movie List 1302 - Movie List Essay#3 Do not feel obligated or pressured to choose a movie with material that might make you uncomfortable Likewise

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