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Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow Visual Arts Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)


watch the movie the sky captain and answer the review questions


Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Student’s Name
Institutional AffiliationDate
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Principal actors:
Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, Giovanni Ribisi, Angelina Jolie, Michael Gambon
Kerry Conran
Describe two distinguishing elements that set the film apart from other films you have experienced or studied. What held your attention visually and intellectually?
1 The first element is the comic design of the move that makes it impressive for one to watch the film. The actors are at some particular point fun and thus the film turns out captivating.
2 The second element is the setting of the move. The film is set in an ancient work the is trying to foresee the future upon civilization.
From the film, the heroic acts hidden relationship between Joe and Polly visually capture my attention to determine held my attention intellectually while the embrace of the modernity in form of technology to develop the robotic machine captured my visual attention.
Who is the heroic figure in the film? Describe the character. Does the film fulfill the requirements of a simple hero myth? Which of the literary themes of man versus [nature; society; man; self; technology] is 

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