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The Critical Steps to Positive Thinking

The critical steps to positive thinking are a mental attitude in which you expect positive and favorable results. In other words, the critical steps of positive thinking are creating thoughts that create and transform energy into reality. A positive spirit happiness, health and a happy ending in all situations. More and more people are attracted to this notion. More and more courses and books about it. Critical steps towards positive thinking are gaining popularity among us. In addition, more successful people will tell you that they have arrived where they are now because they have adopted a positive thinking lifestyle. A person who faces life with a positive attitude will always have more success in life, both professionally and personally, than a person who can not take control of his thoughts. Critical steps to positive thinking can prepare you for success in all areas of your life. You can be healthier, happier and more successful by simply changing your thoughts. If you want to be happy, and not just for a day, focus on the things that will help you stay positive over time. Because a positive attitude can do more than just make you feel good, it can also change your life. You can train your mind to embrace the bright side of things. What follows is what the product contains; Continue reading...

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Two Existentialist Approaches

The first approach is embodied in Kierkegaard's idea of a redemptive leap of faith. Kierkegaard distinguishes among the aesthetic, the ethical, and the religious modes of life. Because his complex and wide-ranging views resist brief summary, it must suffice to say that the first represents the life of delight in the senses and the second the life of duty. The distinctive character of the third, religious, mode of life is its affirmation of a dimension of living under the aspect of faith, where the individual must make a radical leap, a commitment to an infinite and absolute God who transcends reason and human understanding, a being objectively uncertain and in the last analysis paradoxical. 25 According to Kierkegaard, the ascendancy from one mode of existence to a higher one is accomplished by individual choice, and he rejects the Hegelian suggestion that these distinct stages on life's way succeed one another in a logically or dialectically necessary fashion.26

Conclusion Devil and the Politics of Friendship

Two aspects of film form articulate Devil's politics of friendship. In the first, the viewer is made aware of good versus false friends through what Deleuze calls affection-images, consisting primarily of close-ups of faces.45 For example, both Albright's hesitation and Joppy's pleading remarks about friends are uttered during close-ups in which their faces betray their duplicity. Less immediately evident in terms of its meaning is a close-up of Odell, who is sitting at the same table with Easy, Dupree, and Coretta in the black club where Easy first makes his inquiries about Daphne. At the point at which Easy begins his queries and Coretta, after deflecting them, begins a flirtation with Easy, the viewer is shown a close-up of Odell's face, which registers alarm and worry. In retrospect, it becomes evident Odell was concerned about the trouble ahead for his friend. The other significant affection-images are of Mouse's face, especially when he anticipates expressing his friendship with...

Missionaries martyrs and fighter pilots

Holy men (and women, occasionally) featured in a plethora of cinematic settings, affirming the church's protective role either in the Cold War specifically or in Western society more generally. Recanting American subversives would often turn to priests for help, especially if they were doubly guilty of rejecting the church in favour of the communists, like Mollie O'Flaherty (Barbra Fuller) in Republic's The Red Menace (1949).24 In Elia Kazan's On the Waterfront (1954), the moral support given by Karl Malden's quintessential liberal Catholic priest, Father Barry, to the trade-union informant Terry Malloy (Marlon Brando) had the effect, according to one historian, of converting a Judas figure into a symbol of Christ.25 The butch William Holden starred as an unlikely priest in Leo McCarey's Satan Never Sleeps (1961), a tale of missionary heroism during the Chinese Civil War. Meanwhile, Second World War adventure movies like John Huston's Heaven Knows Mr Allison

International Advances

By 1950, the Allies had won the war, and just as victory had brought affirmation of values and a way of life to the United States, the war and its end brought a deep desire for change in war-torn Europe. Nowhere was this impulse more quickly expressed than in European films. The neo-realist movement in Italy and the New Wave in France were movements dedicated to bringing change to film.

The Decline Of Metonymic Servitude

More likely is a retreat to a more abstract level of identity affirmation that, in contrast to traditional conceptions of the persona as an extension of the self, seems positively postmodern. In such a circumstance, there is likely to emerge in fact or by design a projection of a persona that is present but absent in each of its manifestations - persona in other words becomes meta-textual

God and Gary Cooper Are Dead

Tony Soprano's belief that he inhabits a world of collapsing values is a major theme of the series. The ways he attempts to deal with such a world at first waver between life affirmation and life negation. But as the series progresses, Tony becomes more and more of a nihilist in the most negative and life-denying sense of that term. He is as much a victim of his own psychological weaknesses as he is a man who has been thrown into fated circumstances that weaken him. He is a mob boss whose power has eroded and whose authority has become increasingly fragile. But after a certain point, self-redemption is no longer even his personal goal, and therapy becomes nothing more than a charade. Tony's decreasing sense of the value of life in general has a debilitating effect on his family as well as violent consequences for those who dare get in his way.

The Impure Cinema New Hollywood

My own first experiences of the cinema stand in contrast to this account -even if, in the end, they led to similar conclusions. I started to go the movies regularly at the end of the Seventies. Star Wars, which I saw six or seven times during 1977 78, propelled this habit. It's a film that fairly exactly marks the point at which public discourse and popular cinema in the United States underwent a crucial shift in emphasis. Towards the end of the Seventies, the increasingly complex narrative negotiation of (both fictional and very real) contradictions and conflicts started to recede behind the phantasms of a neo-conservative discourse of re-mythologisation, re-evangelisation and re-militarisation, gradually disappearing from view altogether in the course of the Reaganite era. So in a sense my first cinema was already post-classical 2 and post-modern - a cinema of hyper-genres, often accompanied by an ironic affirmation of shop-worn myths and relying more on textures, surfaces, aural-

Black Sensibilities and Mainstream Images

With black urban action films presenting the dominant images of blacks in the early 1970s, there seemed to be little room for any other depiction in mainstream entertainment. On the one hand, the prevalence of black superheroes, who were protecting the community against the man and drugs, provided an affirmation of black existence previously absent from the screen. Regardless of the flaws and redundancy of those black images, they revitalized the business motives of Hollywood studios.

Theorizinc Queer Cirls In Film

Exploring formations of and resistance to ideologies of femininity. Queer approaches reveal the slippery contested ground of all gender sexual categorization. Queer theories conscientiously pursue languages of desire in multiple directions, foregrounding and exceeding hetero homo typologies. Use of performative theories of language becomes vital in struggling to overcome ossified definitions and descriptions, focusing on the interactive events of naming as a process through which sexuality emerges out of signifying movements rather than reflections of a prefixed reality. It is precisely through linguistically and visually creative possibilities to speak back that subjects are able to transform their marginalized and shameful queer identities into queer affirmations of difference. Eve Sedgwick characterizes queerness as a dialogical process rather than a fixed identity the emergence of the first person, of the singular, of the present, of the active, and of the indicative are all...

The construction of anyspacewhatevers

The black, which remains foreign to it. Finally, the spiritual alternative never bears directly on the alternation of terms, although the latter serves as its basis.16 A fascinating idea was developed from Pascal to Kierkegaard the alternative is not between terms but between the modes of existence of the one who chooses. There are choices that can only be made on condition that one persuades oneself that one has no choice, sometimes by virtue of a moral necessity (good, right), sometimes by virtue of a physical necessity (the state of things, the situation), sometimes by virtue of a psychological necessity (the desire that one has for something). The spiritual choice is made between the mode of existence of him who chooses on the condition of not knowing it, and the mode of existence of him who knows that it is a matter of choosing. It is as if there was a choice of choice or non-choice. If I am conscious of choice, there arc therefore already choices that I can no longer make, and...

The gunslingers accomplice

A second category of celluloid Cold War dissent relates to films which, in allegorical form, condemned those who led or tacitly condoned the witch-hunting of the Red Scare era. The best-known example of this, because it alludes to Hollywood itself, is High Noon, a 1952 Western produced by Stanley Kramer, directed by Fred Zinnemann, and written by Carl Foreman. The movie tells the story of sheriff Will Kane (played by that icon of frontier determination, and friendly HUAC witness, Gary Cooper), whom the cynically fearful townspeople of Hadleyville desert when a gang leader recently released from jail returns to exact revenge on Kane for arresting him. An ex-communist who felt abandoned by his industry colleagues after being subpoenaed to testify before HUAC while the film was in production, Foreman claimed his script was a parable about the committee's onslaught on Hollywood and 'the timidity of the community there'. This message was understood by some within the film trade when it was...

Peirces thirdness and mental relations

Pcirce insists on the following point if firstness is 'one' by itself, secondness two, and thirdness three, it is necessary that, in the two, the first term should 'recapitulate' reprenne firstness in its own way, whilst the second affirms secondness. And, in the three, there will be a representative of firstness, one of secondness, the third affirming thirdness. There is therefore not merely 1,2,3, but 1,2 in 2 and 1,2,3 in 3. One could see here a kind of dialectic but it is doubtful that the dialectic includes all these movements. One would say rather that it is an interpretation of it - a very inadequate interpretation.

The Action Hero in Trouble or The Child is Father to the

So far, there is one antinomy which characterised the period that has hardly been mentioned. The 1970s were the beginnings of feminism, or rather they intensely prepared the revolutions in male-female relationships. But here, too, the oppositions may not be as stark as usually argued, when pointing an accusatory finger at the relentlessly male, if not outright 'macho' flavour of the New Hollywood, both in the films, and among the community that made them.24 The contributions in the last part of the book offer a possibly more productive way of looking at the gender issue, as well as at the fate of the counter-cultural energies, in the wider context of the post-Fordist economic changes alluded to above. Some of these aspects can be put under the heading of 'action image', and the male action hero, whose apparent 'return' in the 1980s in the shape of Stallone and Schwarzenegger should be seen also as the symptom of a crisis, and not merely as the affirmation of a new virility. If one...

Espionage Science Fiction and Realism

The fact that noir style is value-free means that it can show up in almost any genre and can serve just about any ideological interest, from the anticapitalist critique of material values of The Asphalt Jungle, Night and the City (Jules Dassin, 1950), and The Prowler (Joseph Losey, 1951) to the affirmation of conventional values of T-Men (Anthony Mann, 1948) and the Cold War anticommunism of the science fiction noir Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Don Siegel, 1956).29 Nevertheless, it may seem more than coincidental that progressive themes find natural expression in noir films. In its determinism and depiction of the squalor of predatory capitalism, the prewar, Depression-era proletarian writers (James M. Cain, Dashiel Hammett, Horace McCoy) and their postwar literary legatees (Jim Thompson, Charles Willeford) portrayed a sordid life unredeemed by initiative or action.30 Many of the hard-boiled novelists from whose material noir films derived were critics of bourgeois values in...

Stylistic Not Emotional Orientation

The introduction sequence encourages particularly close attention to the text's formal patterns. One could say that if we had been paying utterly close attention to the text's signifiers, we would have recognized that the man-monkey introduction did not fit the pattern of the other introductions, causing us not to be fooled by our first impression. This sequence encourages spectators to be vigilant, not to relax their attention and blindly trust the narration. The film has prepared us for this orientation by giving us brief signals early on that the style is not always what it initially seems. Splashed puddles can become reflections of skyscapes, which can become backgrounds for worker meetings. Simple words in the intertitles (HO but ) can make patterns that form graphic matches. Just as I argue that a strong burst of cues can cement an emotional orientation that has been signaled earlier by brief isolated cues, a strong coordination of distinctive stylistic devices can cement a...

Introduction Reclaiming the Personal and the Popular

Tied particularly to the history of design. The book links avant-garde practice in design with popular, visual imagery. This introduction explores the material culture of film and seeks to explain its comparative lack of coverage to date. The main explanation lies in the discourse of academia itself, in its foundation upon certain common-sense assumptions about social class, gender, race and shared cultural values that have increasingly been open to challenge. There is a growing body of work that reflects on the practice of being an academic in terms of working either as a researcher, a manager or a teacher.3 This introduction argues from my own position within academia, where affirmation of my own history and experience seems to be missing - that lack is addressed through the consideration of the material culture of film as a significant historical entity worthy of serious study. In demonstrating the legitimacy of examining the subjective import of objects as constitutive of the...

Theory video pleasure and narrative cinema

V ideo pleasure requires the player's total immersion in the electronic text, trust in the existence of a code imposed by invisible experts, and the self-affirming and empowering experience of its incremental mastery. Predicated on the ability to rapidly discriminate between circulating signs (some hostile, some neutral, and some friendly), and to appropriately respond to them, such a pleasurable mastery involves a skillful and rapid navigation in a chaotic electronic text, a navigation propelled by strategic violent moves administered digitally.

New Hope The Birth Of The New American Independent Cinema

At the same time, American culture and politics had been feeling the impact of a conservative movement that was associated with the rise of the New Right. By 1978, the New Right had become a major force in the country, advocating 'a politics of return' to 'pre-New Deal, pre-social welfare economics, to the traditional male-supremacist family, to fundamentalist religious values and to a time when United States was the most powerful military nation on earth.'49 Reacting especially against the politics of the counterculture, this conservative movement (the outcome of which was the sweeping victory of Ronald Reagan in the 1980 presidential election) found expression in a large number of popular films of the period, especially films made by or for the majors, and spearheaded a return to a 'simpler', more affirming Hollywood cinema.

Parting Words

It's not necessary to do a huge, expensive film in order to make a powerful film. I would say to anyone who wanted to be in this business, just be aware that it's going to be incredibly difficult, but it is possible. The technology is now there for you to work on a shoestring to have your visions and dreams come true. Just be prepared for a lot of hard work and try to keep your sense of humor and a positive attitude about the human species, because there's a

Music of the Heart

Working with Meryl Streep is just about as good as it gets. She's arguably the finest American actress living, I think. She is also a highly intelligent woman, very focused, very warm and giving. Her first priority is her family, her husband and her children. So, she was the perfect one to play a schoolteacher and a mother. She came into our project, which originally had been cast with Madonna, rather late in our schedule. She went from never having picked up the violin to playing Bach on the stage of Carnegie Hall with Isaac Stern and Itzhak Perlman so well that their mouths dropped open. Now, if you put an isolated mike on her, it wouldn't have sounded great, but her form, her fingering, everything was perfect. It is amazing what she accomplished in such a short time. And at the same time she did all these things with these kids, many of who were not actors but were musicians. She brought out of them a sense of confidence and a sense of being in a real place. She would engage them...

Why Not Mean Women

And over again, in grudging affirmation of feminist strength Could women take pride in the images or need we be ashamed of them In this final section, we summarize the four main objections to women's on-screen violence among feminist scholars and others that the violent female characters are too unrealistic, too sexy, too emotional, and too co-opted. We examine these charges in turn.


In comparison to this, William Munny's past as an outlaw seems dark and murderous. He is referred to as killer of women and children. He is ashamed of his past, rejecting his former role with the often repeated phrase 'I ain't like that no more'. He got the girl, but she is long dead - the romantic happy ending is already in the past when the film opens. The Schofield Kid is enamoured of him, perceiving Will as a romantic, heroic figure and aspiring to be like him. As the narrative develops, he learns that the reality of murder is sickening and is finally able to reject the role of the Western hero, affirming after the murder of the second cowboy, 'I ain't like you Will'.

Scott Henderson

Unlike the classical Hollywood musical, 10 Things I Hate About You does not provide the restoration of social stability. Musical numbers in the classical musical are often about controlling and channelling sexual energy. As Grant observes, 'narrative closure is attained when the couple's differences are somehow resolved, usually through the mediating power of musical performance'.5 This affirmation of social norms is also emphasised by Jane Feuer, who notes that 'successful performances are intimately bound up with success in love, with the integration of the individual into a community or group'.6 This use of music as a means of social integration in the contemporary teen film is evident in She's All That (1999), in which, at the high school prom, a group of teenagers comes together, apparently spontaneously, into one cohesive unit, dancing to Fat Boy Slim's 'Rockafeller Skank'. Unsurprisingly, She's All That is a film that validates social integration, as the seemingly unattractive...

Puns In Commercials

Ever since the dawn of advertising, even before the Egyptians began using hieroglyphics with subliminal messages, puns have been used as a creative staple. Puns are everywhere in advertising, mostly because they're such an easy, low-rent way of conveying an idea. Some commercials have puns in them. Some ads are built on puns, but I wouldn't really call them an executional style. Some will take a song and twist it with a pun, like the country classic Stand by your bran. (Lord help us ) In any case, you shouldn't have any trouble identifying one. (I hope.)

The Soviet school

In a certain respect, Kiscnstein could consider himself leader of the school - in relation to Pudovkin and Dovzhcnko because he was imbued with the third law of the dialectic, the one which seemed to contain the other two the One which becomes two and gives it a new unity, reuniting the organic whole and the pathetic interval. In fact, there were three ways of conceiving a dialectical montage, of which none was destined to please Stalinist criticism. But all three had in common the idea that materialism was primarily historical, and that Nature was only dialectical because always integrated into a human totality. Hence the name which Eisenstein gave to Nature the 'non-indifferent*. Vertov's originality, on the contrary, is the radical affirmation of a dialectic of matter in itself. This is like a fourth law, breaking with the other three.10 To be sure, what Vertov was showing was man present in Nature, his actions, his passions, his life. But, if he worked through documentaries and...

Bruce Babington

The large-scale success of both the song and the film is grounded in an enactment of the 'American Dream' journey from poverty to success. But this journey is not a simple cancelling of the past. Lynn's progress, escaping from, but also preserving, her roots, reworks not just the material aspirations of the USA in general but its nostalgia for pure origins in the agrarian republic. The film's recalling of this pastorale is impressively bleak, for unlike West's arcadia of country girls, green grass and sunshine, Butcher Holler (Lynn's home town) is a pastorale of Wordsworthian harshness, a puritan realm of virtuous poverty amid exploitation and violence, with 'Daddy' working all night in the mine, all day in the fields, and 'Mommy' scrubbing until her fingers bleed, all intensely depicted in the film's use of impoverished winter light. The song's simple Christianity, with its family centredness and emphasis on work and sacrifice, is especially powerful in a time of perceived moral...

Fred inglis

In affirming a detectable solidity in the relations of history and more-or-less historical films, there is implied a no-nonsense theory of representation in which a flat screen, black-and-white photography, a family parade of extremely familiar and gloriously indistinguishable theatrical heroes and stars playing unknown warrior-heroes, and the direct gaze of unselfconsciously English directors combine to tell true enough stories about real enough events.

Daily Telegraph UK

A great year for the cinematic exploration of verticality - Catherine Yass's High Wire, Eva Weber's The Solitary Life of Cranes - was capped by this heartbreakingly gorgeous and dramatic ode to the criminal artistry of tightrope walker Philippe Petit, whose conquering of the Manhattan skyline seems, in some mysteriously prescient fashion, to have anticipated Barack Obama's equally implausible, equally affirming presidential victory last month.

Sansho the Bailiff

A Dubeck-like provincial governor defends the rights of his subjects against a harsh decree of military conscription, choosing to follow the dictates of conscience rather than those of custom, affirming the ethic of mercy over the law of the jungle. As a result, he is separated from his wife and two children, deprived of rank, and sent into exile. Seventeen years later, his son, by whim of fate granted the same position (the film is virtually a parody of social mobility as its principal characters are


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