SAC 352- Film Critic Analysis

SAC 352 Film - Sasha Wang SAC 352.003 Kenneth Garner Daniel Herbert Stephanie Zacharek Stephanie Zacharek is a film critic at Salon.com and is not

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Sasha Wang SAC 352.003 Kenneth Garner Daniel Herbert 09/23/08 Stephanie Zacharek Stephanie Zacharek is a film critic at Salon.com and is not afraid to disagree with the masses considering she practically butchered The Dark Knight . Her taste in film consists of an eclectic range of genres including action, horror, musical, and animation as shown in her 2007 “Movies that Matter” article; it seems that she does not discriminate based on genre. Zacharek sometimes briefly touches upon cinematography by analyzing the director’s execution of mise-en-scene. In a bulky paragraph, she usually describes the lighting, costume and makeup, setting, and placement of characters. She determines their aesthetic appeal, cohesion with the plot, and overall effect on the viewer. However, Zacharek has yet to mention any comment whatsoever about the director’s editing. Zacharek seems to be more concerned with plot and its extent of realism rather than the cinematography. She is most certainly not an
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2011 for the course SAC 352 taught by Professor Danielherbert during the Spring '10 term at University of Michigan.

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SAC 352 Film - Sasha Wang SAC 352.003 Kenneth Garner Daniel Herbert Stephanie Zacharek Stephanie Zacharek is a film critic at Salon.com and is not

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