Choose any film (a feature length, short, or animated work) and write a six to eight page analysis of your subject using any combination of the critical strategies discussed in this class, such as the issue, conclusions, and reasons you feel are presented in the movie. The paper should demonstrate your ability to balance close textual analysis with MLA style research on a broader topic supported by the texts under analysis. Your thesis should forward an arguable interpretation and/or evaluation of the text’s value, impact, or significance according to the criteria of any of the critical strategies covered so far.
DO NOT PLAGERIZE EVERYTHING NEEDS TO BE ORIGINAL I WILL BE RUNNING IT THROUGH MY SCHOOL PLAGERISM CHECKER BEFORE SUBMITTING.
Your essay should:
• Have a compelling, original title.
• Put forward a thesis that asserts an arguable claim about the text based on any of the critical strategies we have discussed.
• Include at least four reliable, scholarly or professional sources that support your observations/analysis about the text, for example, a scholarly article on your selected subject, author or related topic.
• Be 6-8 pages in length, submitted in MLA format with in-text citations and a separate Works Cited page.