Fahrenheit 9/11 Some people struggle in some way when it comes to projects, in the case of humiliating former President George W. Bush, I don’t think this was an issues for Michael Moore when directing, writing and filming the documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. It doesn’t seem as though there was a problem find fault in everything Bush did as a President. Moore’s use of music in this film did a wonderful job of adding humor, and emotion to the documentary. Music from the string family set a general tone to the opening and the ending scenes of the movie, while in other scenes more ironic and silly music is played. In the beginning when Moore talks about the overwhelmed President going on vacation, the song “Vacation” by the Go-Go’s was played as a way to show comedy in the situation, to show the incompetence of the President and his decision to go on an extended vacation when he should’ve been devoting his time to much more important issues. Moore also used music in a dramatic sense when he showed Bush sitting in the classroom with the children, during the seven minutes where he just sat there thinking, there was a solo piano playing in the background. Another example of the use of music “Weapons of Deceit” by Jeff Gibbs, is the mocking, playful that is jolly in its insulting representation of leadership. Other uses of music in this movie are just simple fillers that are meant to bridge the situations that were left open and needed to be added. Embarrassment and humiliation of others is one the top selling topics in the media, people love to see famous people, or people of importance humiliated. Moore had the right idea when he used these tactics, along with others, in his scenes. Some scenes were used as “cheap shots” for example; one scene shows the former Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz continuously licking his comb before his testimony. The point of that being shown was to make Wolfowitz seen like a tacky sordid man, and who…
director does not put its main focus on the event, but to characterize George W bush and his presidency during the event. The use of sound effects, voice over and camera work is the main technique that Michael Moore uses throughout his documentary, to demonstrate us about how incompetent and corrupt George Bush was during his presidency and the historic attack on the Twin Towers. The scene that I'm analyzing is “George Bush on Vacation” and “The Destruction of the Twin Towers” (including “My pet…
available in the market over the last 100 years.
Many music schools require at least one semester of compulsory piano study for all music majors, even if piano is not your major.
Yamaha was the first Japanese piano manufacturer and started production in 1887.
The first note on a standard 88-note keyboard is A.
The last note on a standard 88-note keyboard is C.
Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush are the only Presidents up through George W. Bush’s Presidency who did NOT own a piano.…
Protest Music Project: Modern Music
The day-to-day used acronym B.Y.O.B. usually stands for “Bring Your Own Beer/Beef”. In this case it should be Bring Your Own Bombs. After the intro the song starts with the rhetorical shrieked question “Why do they always send the poor?” and at the end it is changed into the exclamation “They always send the poor!” which criticizes the exorbitant high number of poor people mostly with a low level of education…
band’s liberal views on war and Maines’ bash on President George W. Bush. Due to America's involvement in the Iraq war, Natalie Maines reacted by publically bashing President Bush at her concert, in turn upsetting her republican country fans.
The Iraq war was justified by the 9/11 attack, but after years of Bush not bringing the soldiers home, Americans started to retaliate. President Bush did not wait long after 9/11 to call war on Iraq. Bush was ready to “get started on this [war]" (qtd. in Hamilton)…
Failure of the American Presidency
"Mosh" by Eminem is a protest song that was released in 2004 before the presidential election. The word "Mosh" itself refers the aggressive behavior in which audience members or fans react in a live music performance. The song is taken from the album Encore and was produced by Ian Inaba of GNN TV; Guerrilla News Network, a private website and television production company in which its goal is to expose people into global issues. In this paper, I will…
Prominent members include Queen Elizabeth; most US Presidents including Barack Obama,
George W. Bush, George HW Bush and Bill Clinton; the Pope and the entire Vatican
apparatus including the Supreme General if the Jesuits, the Black Pope. The Rothschild and
Rockefeller dynasties always have a prevalent role in Illuminati conspiracy theories,
sometimes as direct rivals, sometimes as partners in the enslavement of mankind.
The Illuminati is especially active in the music industry. Most popular singers have at one time
grounds for dismissal of jog, expulsion from college, even jail. Youth culture was defined by music. Young Americans were electrified by the energy of Bill Haley, Buddy Holly, Elvis, etc. The roots of rock n roll were from African American rhythm and blues. The raw energy and sometimes-suggestive lyrics of rock music faded as the music industry sought white reformers, to do more “acceptable cover” version of music by black artists. The youth culture made adults uneasy and worried that their teens would…
o 2.2 Shady Records
o 2.3 Eminem as a producer
* 3 Controversy
o 3.1 Alleged homophobia
o 3.2 Violence towards women
o 3.3 Criticism from other artists
o 3.4 Criticism of George W. Bush
o 3.5 Michael Jackson
* 4 Discography
* 5 Filmography
* 6 Awards
* 7 References
* 8 External links
Eminem was born in St. Joseph, Missouri to Deborah (née Nelson) and Marshall Bruce…
unique injuries. One specific disease stem cells will be able to cure eventually is Juvenile Diabetes, Type 1. In August of 2001, President George W. Bush set forth a law that made it acceptable to use pre-destructed, frozen human embryos in research clinics, whereas previously, even these frozen embryos would not have been allowed to be researched. In other words, Bush said that he would allow research on the human embryos that were already stored in laboratories. Therefore, these embryos would have no…
the Vietnam War resulted in a counter-culture, driving political and societal change. In the two centuries of the nation’s existence, this was the first time for such a movement to occur. John Lennon became a major influential symbol through his music and peace activism. As he describes in his 1971 song “Imagine,” Lennon attempted to create a world in which everyone lived in peace. Currently, America’s subjection to the War in Iraq is causing a negative response similar to that of the Vietnam…