Assessment Report

The Use of Social Engineering in Die Hard and the Ethical Implications Thereof

2 pages | 320 words

This essay discusses the use of social engineering techniques in the movie Die Hard, as well as the ethical implications of such practices.

Term Paper

A Comparison of Sam Mendes’s Road to Perdition and the Graphic Novel

1 pages | 160 words

This essay will analyze Sam Mendes's movie Road to Perdition in terms of its faithfulness to the original graphic novel by Max Allan Collins. In order to evaluate the movie's success in this respect, the paper will first provide a brief overview of the plot and characters of the graphic novel, before moving on to discuss Mendes's interpretation. Particular attention will be paid to the ways in which the movie differs from the novel, as well as the ways in which


The Hurt Locker: Sergeant James’ obsession with war

2 pages | 510 words

This essay looks at the film The Hurt Locker and how it portrays the addiction to war that some soldiers can develop. It discusses the historical context of the term "war addiction" and how it has been explored in literature, before looking at how the film shows Sergeant James becoming addicted to the adrenaline rush of being in combat.


A Comparative Analysis of Three Films About the Cuban Missile Crisis

2 pages | 530 words

This essay looks at three different action movies about the Cuban Missile Crisis - 13 Days, The Hunt for Red October, and Fahrenheit 9/11. It compares and contrasts the different perspectives each movie offers on the events of the crisis.