Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Poltergeist, (1982), Red Dawn (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), Ferris Bueller (1986), Stand and Deliver (1988), Heathers (1989), House Party (1990), Boyz n the Hood (1991), Dazed and Confused (1993), Clueless (1995), Smoke Signals (1998), SLC Punk (1998), 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), The Debut (2000), Better Luck Tomorrow (2002), Real Women Have Curves (2002), On the Edge (2003), Mean Girls (2004), Friday Night Lights (2006), Juno (2007), Precious (2009), McFarland USA (2015), Stranger Things (2016). You can choose between writing a Historical analysis of content and its relevance in a scene from one of these movies listed above or you can choose to write a cultural analysis of material content and its relevance in a scene from one of the movies listed above 1. Argument. What role or roles does your selection of history or material culture play in the film, and why is it significant to the overall intent of the film. You will need to argue the intent of the film as well here. 2. Evidence. Be specific in selecting the evidence for your argument. Pick a scene or two to establish the context for your argument. Remember that the importance of historical attributes or the relevance of material culture are often established very early on in a film, and sometimes through very subtle means, such references to historic figures or events, and in the case of material culture actual things like technology, fashion, or patterned behavior around material objects. 3. Conclusion. Although the goal is to develop the “so what” to your argument from the very beginning, your conclusion should drive the trajectory of your argument to its logical end.