Who directed both Jaws and E.T.?
Which character is the protagonist in Jaws?
Which one of the following elements is not used to build suspense in some of the shark's early murder scenes in Jaws?
What is ironic about the setting of Jaws?
What does the two-note musical motif that marks the shark's arrival best explain to the audience?
Which of these statements best explains why it's ironic that Chief Brody is afraid of water?
Which of these terms best explains what the director employs when the scientist, Matt Hooper, yells at Chief Brody for accidentally releasing the compressed air tanks that could have blown up the boat?
Which of the following statements best explains what happens in Act 3 in the resolution of Jaws?
Why is E.T.'s species doing on Earth? What is their likely mission based on their actions in the first scene? This mission also seems likely based on what E.T. takes home on his spacecraft.
What is the primary purpose of using parallel action/crosscutting in the frog dissection scene in E.T.?
Who directed Psycho?
Which leading role does actress Janet Leigh play in Psycho?
Which leading role does actor Anthony Perkins play in Psycho?
Through which type of shot is the motif of voyeurism first established in Psycho?
In the shower scene, which of the following statements best explain the metaphor the director uses when he cuts from an extreme close-up of the drain to an extreme close-up of Marion's eye?
What is the effect of using this high-angle shot of Arbogast ascending the staircase in the Bates' house?
In Arbogast's murder scene, why is a high-angle, bird's-eye-view shot necessary?
When Marion is awakened by the police officer, why is this close-up, full frontal, and subjective point-of-view shot of his face from Marion's perspective effective?
Marion attracts suspicion rather quickly by doing all of the following except which?
What do the birds in the pictures and stuffed on the walls of the Bates Motel best suggest?
What may the fade to black after Norman sinks Marion's car in the swamp symbolize?
All of the following are examples of the motif of birds in the film except which?
What do we infer happens between the cut of Arbogast's murder and the cut of Sam and Lila waiting for Arbogast to return?
Why does the director feature so many low-angle tracking shots of Lila and other characters walking toward the Bates house?
Who directed Rear Window?
Who is the protagonist in Rear Window, played by actor Jimmy Stewart?
Which leading role does actress Grace Kelly play in Rear Window?
Which of the following is used as a metaphor in Rear Window?
How is Mrs. Thorwald's murder presented in Rear Window?
What is implied in the tracking shot toward Lisa that ends with a close-up of her when she says, "Tell me everything you saw"?
What is ironic about the resolution for Miss Torso?
What is ironic about Stella's and Lisa's involvement in the Thorwald murder mystery?
How is Lisa a dynamic character by the film's resolution?
Jeff's cast symbolizes all of the following to the viewer except which?