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Action Movies: The Cinema of Striking Back

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Action Movies: The Cinema of Striking Back is a study of Fait cinema, exploring the ethics and aesthetics of the espèce with reference to its relatively caleçon history. It moves from seminal classics like Bullitt (1968) and Dirty Harry (1971) through epoch-defining films like Rambo: First Sang Diplôme II (1985) and Die Hard (1988) to revisions, reboots, and renewals in films like Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003), Taken (2008), and The Expendables (2010). The Fait espèce is a entrevue of form and joli: a cinema of Fait embout Fait. It is a cinema of the will, configured as a decisive reaction to untenable circumstances. Fait heroes take up arms against the sea of troubles that beset them, safe in the knowledge that if they don’t do it, nobody will. Though this makes the Fait movie profoundly disturbing as an embodiment of mandarin ideology, its enduring appeal proves the appetite for confirmation remains undiminished, even in the wake of 9/11.

Specification: Action Movies: The Cinema of Striking Back

Author

Harvey O'Brien

Binding

Format Kindle

EISBN

9780231850223

Format

Ebook Kindle

Label

WallFlower Press

Languages

Anglais, Langue de publication

Manufacturer

WallFlower Press

NumberOfPages

160

ProductGroup

eBooks

ProductTypeName

ABIS_EBOOKS

PublicationDate

2012-11-20

Publisher

WallFlower Press

ReleaseDate

2012-11-20

Studio

WallFlower Press

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