- ARGUMENTS in FILMS :
- between Billy Elliot and his father when he learns that his son dances
- between a student and his father when he tells him he wants to be an actor in a play (in 'Dead Poets Society')
- Merida and her mother about what is right for her (in 'Brave')
- between Rose and Jack in 'Titanic'
- between Jess and her parents when they don't want her to play football (in 'Bend it Like Beckham')
- between Lester and his wife in 'American Beauty'.
- between a father and his son who doesn't want to marry a Pakistanese girt but his English girlfriend in 'East is East'.
- Films with Laurel and Hardy
- The War of the Roses
"The film follows a wealthy couple with a seemingly perfect marriage. When their marriage begins to fall apart, material possessions become the center of an outrageous and bitter divorce battle."
- Every Argument Every Couple Ever Has EVER
- AMERICAN GANGSTER :
Gangster (film) - a true story
It "is a 2007 crime film written by Steve Zaillian and
directed by Ridley Scott...
Washington portrays Frank Lucas, a real-life heroin kingpin from Harlem
who smuggled the drug into the
country in American service planes returning from the Vietnam War..."
- LORD OF WAR :
- Lord of War
"The first and most important rule of gun-running is: never get
shot with your own merchandise."
- NKOLI :
- Nkoli (Short Film) - 13'33 (YouTube)
Teachers should watch this film before showing it to their students.
- PSYCHO :
: Exercises - Adapted from
"New Step In 3è", HATIER [Unit 4, Basics 2]
(Josiane BEHENGARAY - Ac. Rouen)
- PULP FICTION :
- Pulp fiction "is a 1994 American crime film directed by Quentin Tarantino, who co-wrote its screenplay with Roger Avary. The film is known for its rich, eclectic dialogue, ironic mix of humor and violence,nonlinear storyline, and host of cinematic allusions and pop culture references...
Directed in a highly stylized manner, Pulp Fiction joins the intersecting storylines of Los Angeles mobsters, fringe players, small-time criminals, and a mysterious briefcase. Considerable screen time is devoted to conversations and monologues that reveal the characters' senses of humor and perspectives on life. The film's title refers to the pulp magazines and hardboiled crime novels popular during the mid-20th century, known for their graphic violence and punchy dialogue. Pulp Fiction is self-referential from its opening moments, beginning with a title card that gives two dictionary definitions of "pulp". The plot, as in many of Tarantino's other works, is presented out of chronological sequence..."