Film Methodologies - Point Break (1991)

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Music and Movies

 

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Carol J

 

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December 21, 2011

 

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University

 

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The action genre therefore develops a stereotype that characterizes a film by incorporating such certain elements. Bigelow's Point Break is stereotypically an action film, as it embodies these, and many more aspects essential to the action genre. Many events in Point Break centre on powerful adrenaline pumping action sequences...
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Fighting takes place frequently and in many different environments. These situations build tension and provide entertainment. Fist fighting is not the only conflict confronted in Bigelow's film. Shootouts involving rifles, pistols and shotguns are believed to be essential classics to a good action film...
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