Movie name: the corporation (2003)
Who is the director
Who are the main characters
What was the impact of the film
Is it based on a true story?
Short description of the plot
Main ethical issues (maybe more than one, if so it is better)
Behaviours of the actors based on the theoretical part that we have cored in the first classes of the course. Use many of the theories and apply to your film/ to the characters
Opinion and feelings about the film
Did you like it?
Good motivations to support what you say, Be honest
What impact had the film on you? Did it make you think about something?
Made me think on the real things of life.
Do you think he did the right thing? How would you have reacted instead?
Very subjective question
Answer the three questions
Elaborate and expand
Do extra research
Have the three questions separate, not all of them together.
Please find below the questions for the chosen film.1.The film lists several features of psychopathic personality disorder and notes how they apply to corporations. These include the following: (1) callous unconcern for the feelings of others, (2) incapacity to maintain enduring relationships, (3) reckless disregard for the safety of others, (4) deceitfulness: repeated lying and conning others for profit, (5) incapacity to experience guilt, (6) failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors. Are any of these exaggerations regarding the true nature of corporations?2.A corporate spy states in the film the following: “It’s about competition, it’s about market shares. It’s about being aggressive. It’s about shareholder value: what is your stock at today. If you’re a CEO, do you think your shareholders really care if you’re Billy Buttercup or not? Do you think they’d prefer for you to be a nice guy over having money in their pocket? I don’t think so. I think people want money. That’s the bottom line.” Is this an accurate portrayal of shareholder’s interests?3.The movie opens indicating that the world dominance of corporations is a recent historical phenomenon, and in some ways has replaced the power of monarchies, the church, and other governing social institutions. If there will always be dominating, self-serving institutions, why is corporate rule today any worse than the alternatives? At another point the narrator states that “It should not surprise us that corporate allegiance to profits will trump their allegiance to any flag.” Assuming this is true, what is so bad about this?
Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Writing from scratch
Subject: movie review
Pages / words: 4 / 1100
Number of sources: 2
Academic level: Undergraduate
Paper format: MLA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English
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