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The Destruction of the Film Genre

Summary: Essay analyzes the destruction of the film genre through an exploration of "The Godfather," "Cabaret," and "Unforgiven."
When something is created it is a given that it will be picked apart, dismantled, will evolve into something even greater. It has become the norm in film-making to play by these rules of deformation. Movie makers have stretched the definitions of genre to encompass the given criteria set up by the very people who created these staple types of films that movie goers are used to. Today we can watch romantic comedies that take place in outer space, or horror where no one is killed. It seems as though as soon as you find a clear definition of what a specific genre is, someone comes along and reinvents the category.

The idea of the genre developed from the need for steady box-office success. The same basic combination of precise plots, character types, and themes, proved to draw crowd after crowd into the theaters...

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