Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Film Students, I Just Saved You a Lot of Thinking

Posted By on Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 11:29 AM

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Why bother trying to come up with a new take on a film for a paper when you can just enter the name of the movie into the Film School Thesis Statement Generator and let the magic happen from there? The site probably isn't actually helpful in any way, but it's amusing to route films that wouldn't likely be covered in any film program whatsoever through to see what comes up.

For example, "Snow Dogs contains and then breaches the achievement of a state of wholeness through its use of telling jump cuts." or "Medea Goes to Jail demystifies the achievement of a state of wholeness through its juxtaposition of poverty and nature."

Well, that part about Medea is actually true. How do you do it, Thesis Statement Generator?

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