This increases the vulnerabilities to company resources. The objective of this information security policy is to ensure all data and equipment used by Sunica Music and Movies stays secure against all possible threats. Successful security precautions include intense physical security, up-to-date access controls, and strict network security. Executive Summary The three main goals of any successful security policy include protecting the confidentiality of data, preserving the integrity of the data, and promoting the availability of data for authorized use (Merkow and Breithaupt, 2006). The information security policy for Sunica Music and Movies is developed to succeed in these three goals.
Arthur Miller was a very successful writer and playwright, Death of a Salesman is Miller’s most significant work, a play that quickly became an American classic. The play has frequently been produced and each production interprets it differently (Kirszner 1292). This leads to the question of whether or not a play’s magnitude can be reached through film as well. Usually, when a book or film is adapted into a movie, certain elements change or are omitted all together. Director Volker Schlöndorff’s version of Death of a Salesman remains true to the play with very little deviation; the movie’s characters, tone, and setting closely correlate with the play.
The House of Dies Drear Do you like the thought of ghost living in your house or someone else's house? What about trying to put the pieces together in a abstruseness like Sherlock Homes? If you do you would love the book or movie The House of Dies Drear. I went on a journey trying to find the differences in this amazing novel and star quality movie. I've got to say it wasn't easy trying to figure out which one I liked best, but I got to say I liked the film much more prominent then the novel.
Contrary to his unwavering independence in technique and style Spike Lee has taken on the challenge of film remake. Remaking a movie is always tricky, particularly when the original has an already strong following. The 2013 remake of the Past Chan-wook’s classic, Old Boy had Lee’s critics wondering why he engaged in such a dark film. When Chan-wook’s Old Boy hit theatres in 2003, it was praised for its unique structure, it’s magnificent and action packed fight scenes, and it’s visual flair, making Spike Lee a very bold choice to adapt the film for an American audience. It’s not a shot for shot remake of the original or the 2003 version, but like Chan-wook’s version, it’s graphic so don’t watch this on a fall stomach.
A critical film review on the movie: Crash Screenplay/writer: Paul Haggis Director: Paul Haggis The undercurrent of racism The drama called Crash which is also knows as L.A. Crash was written and directed by Paul Haggis. Since Crash was filmed in an alarmingly realistic way, carrying interesting and unique techniques within its film structure, it will be critically reviewed and discussed in this essay. The novel Crash is a socio critical drama, mainly presenting the several-different lives of inter-related characters that have never met each other before, but indeed have various aspects in common. Within the 24 hours of the plot’s duration, Paul Haggis has decided upon presenting thrilling-reality based themes such as oppression, crime, racism, corruption, obligation, indignation.
When discussing a film, audiences will recall its story line or characters to exemplify what the film was about. With an audience so focused on narration, a film’s structure is not decided on lightly. According to Luhr and Lehman, because a film’s narrative is crucial to its success, directors “have mastered a long-established and highly profitable tradition of narrative filmmaking- the classical Hollywood style” (29). The classical Hollywood style of narration requires that a film’s “plot should have a clear forward direction” (Luhr, Lehman 29). Every event should lead cleanly into the next to join in a unified whole.
It convenes the message that determination and hard work can surmount any challenge thereby rewriting the American dream in modern lingo. The lead roles are assailed by stars that have already proved their mettle numerous times and it is not surprising that Will Smith - who played Chris Gardener, was nominated for an Oscar for his role in this film. The strength of the story and the power of his character cuts through the script like a blade of steel and the characters alone make evaluating the movie problematic. With their remarkable performances they compensate for any shortcomings that the script might have had. The challenge of the movie was to depict the conflict and tension of Chris Gardener’s life without draining the energy of the viewer.
But I was disappointed to the fact that the way the author had described the scene of the court room in the novel, in scene one…it didn’t perfectly come up to my expectation level because the novel had more details and it was easy for me to visualize it clearly without any struggles or any difficulties. Whereas the movie had the same flow of the story as it was taking place in the book. [Source that I Used and Read ( Wikipedia] The Godfather is a 1972 American epic mafia, political crime film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, which was based on the novel written by Mario Puzo. The movie was shot in the five boroughs of NY. I think that the opening credits were connected to the first scene where the camera shows us the first characters face who comes out to be Amerigo.
Gerald Graff, on the other hand, would commend A Walk to Remember as an art form that gives rise to many debates and arguments about the movie and that gives viewers a chance to prove their intellectualism outside of the academic realm. By exploring their opposing arguments with respect to A Walk to Remember and the movie’s historical context in romance films, one can reach a conclusion about the effects of the movie on audiences and whether or not these effects are considered positive or negative. A Walk to Remember began as a novel by well-known author of romance novels, Nicholas Sparks. It was written in 1999, and Sparks shares that there was a rather strong inspiration behind the writing of it. Sparks loosely based the novel off of the life of his younger sister, who developed cancer at a young age (Sparks).
“The World’s Fastest Indian” (2005) is an insightful movie directed by the world renowned director, Roger Donaldson. A character I enjoyed in this film was Burt Munro. I enjoyed this character because of his high, uplifting spirit of determinat ion. Burt Munro is important because he reveals the ideas of ‘Manawanui (Perseverance),’ ‘Realising Your Dreams’ and ‘Overcoming Obstacles.’ These ideas are seen through the film techniques: dialogue, lighting and types of camera shots and angles. Burt Munro is a character I enjoyed because of his total dedication and wholeheartedness towards his dreams, living a day at a time.