These films come from many genres, including comedy.Many should be available in our library.Others should be available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Google Play, etc. Renting of some of them may be the only incidental cost of this class.Your job is to watch them – and then find a way to review them (two pages double-spaced for each review) that shows you’re seeing the ethical problems shown in the films.It should be partly fun – and partly serious education. Not all the suggested questions will be relevant to every movie in that category – and are provided only as suggestions to get you started.
Write a two page paper on any of these films. You can pick ANY one of the listed films and make sure to answer the questions and show the ethical problems shown in the films. It is a business ethics class. I will post the questions and movie choices below.
For Mallrats: List the total number of different businesses you see in the movie, and why it would be very difficult to ever fully get rid of that type of business including food courts).For the others, focus on the ways in which other institutions do what business does – but with very different ethical regulations and concerns.How are these like business?How are they different?Also, look at what occupations seem unbannable – even if there’s no profit to be made.
Movie Choices: (pick one)
Mallrats; Grass; The Smashing Machine; Up and Down; Magnolia; At Play in the Fields of the Lord; National Geographic: The Photographers.
No plagariszing and 2 full pages double spaced please.