Welcome to Thursday Movie picks, hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves, this weeks’ theme is all about movies that go well together.
In the Heat of the Night and Mississippi Burning
Both of these films have a somewhat similar plot, a murder investigation in a small town in the deep. Both In the Heat of the Night and Mississippi Burning can be used to examine attitudes towards racism in the 1960s and the 1980s.
The Conversation, Enemy of the State and Snowden
With privacy being the thorny issue it is these set of films make for interesting viewing to compare and contrast the levels in which our privacy is being invaded as technology improves.
Raw and Ginger Snaps
Both of these films have similar themes, namely sexual awakening among teenage girls. Both of these films use horror films to examine coming of age and the fears of what is happening inside your body.