Tombstone - Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof Bisesti Discussion Points Name of Film Tombstone Initial Impressions-The music effectively set the mood for the

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Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof. Bisesti 4-3-07 Discussion Points Name of Film: Tombstone Initial Impressions: -The music effectively set the mood for the movie, primarily evident when Wyatt Earp and gang went on a shooting rampage against the cowboys. -Liked how the scene with Ringo reciting the Bible fore-shadowed Wyatt Earp’s scene where he “Bring Hell.” They emphasized the scene by closing-up into Kurt Russel’s Face. -The good rich were white women, who wore nice white dresses and acted sincere. -The poor women became prostitutes who wore black or dark dresses. They were primarily of non-white heritage. Asian, Hungarian etc. -The scene containing Wyatt Earp holding the red scarf in his hand, I thought foreshadowed bloodshed. -Val Kilmer’s character Doc Holiday really impressed me, in such that he inserted humor in the movie in which made the dull taking part of the movie much more interesting. Best line on the film: Billy Clanton : Why, it's the drunk piano player. You're so drunk, you can't hit nothin'. In fact, you're probably seeing double. Doc Holliday
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course TH 208 taught by Professor Bisesti during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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Tombstone - Ryan Fianza TH 208 Prof Bisesti Discussion Points Name of Film Tombstone Initial Impressions-The music effectively set the mood for the

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