Movie Analysis AssignmentLike the song analysis assignment earlier in the semester, for this assignment you’re analyzing representation of gender/women in pop culture. The purpose is to demonstrate, this time at the end of the semester, how women’s history has influenced how we think about women’s place in society. You need to choose a movie based on a story, real or imagined, concerning an event, theme, or person in U.S. women’s history. (See the list of movies below for choices).This movie analysis assignment is worth 60 points (6%) and, like the song analysis, includes a peer review element. In order to receive full credit, you must complete your peer review.The movie analysis is due November 11 by 11:59 pm. The peer review is due one week later on November 18 by 11:59 pm. Elements of the Assignment:1. Trailer. Embed the trailer of the movie in your post. If you cannot find the trailer, it’s okay to analyze that movie, but you need to indicate that you couldn’t find a trailer in your post. For the most part, you should be able to find trailers on YouTube. Instructions below.2. Analysis. Write up a short analysis, minimum of 250 words. Rather than focusing on the film’s historical accuracy, you should examine the possible meanings generated by the film through its themes, characters, and perspectives as they relate to women’s history. You may use the questions below to help you think through your analysis. You don’t have to answer every question, but rather use these questions to guide your analysis.3. Peer review. Comment on and suggest a grade for another student’s movie analysis by one week after the initial due date. Instructions below about how to complete the peer review.Questions to consider for the analysis:What issues does the event or person represented in the film raise about the place of women, gender and sexuality in U.S. history?How are these issues represented in the film?What are key scenes from the film where these issues are most apparent?How does the film address race, class, and sexuality as well as gender?How does the film challenge, limit or transform your thinking about the historical events themes, and/or person(s) raised in the film?When was the movie released, and how does the movie relate to its specific historical context?Try to assess the intent of the movie: do you think it was successful?Who directed and/or write the movie, and what’s their social identity (gender, race, etc.)? Do you think this impacts its message?Does the movie feel empowering? Why or why not?Last, but certainly not least, what criticisms do you have of the way the movie portrays women?How to embed a video from YouTube:First copy the embed code from YouTube by clicking “share,” then “embed.”Back on Canvas, click “reply” in the Song Activity discussion topic.Then click “insert,” then “embed” and paste the embed code.How to peer review:You will be randomly assigned one other student’s movie analysis to grade, which will be available the day after the deadline for the movie analysis.You have one week to complete the peer review. To receive credit on this assignment, you must do the peer review.To find who you are peer reviewing, scroll to the top of the discussion forum and click on the peer review hyperlink. If it doesn’t seem to exist, or you cannot find it, email the professor. To adequately do the peer review, you must do two things: 1) Watch the trailer and read the analysis; 2) Click the grade rubric to assign points for each criteria; 3) Provide written feedback in the comment box that consists of more than “good job!” Put some thought into your feedback, writing a minimum of 50 words. And that’s it!IMPORTANT NOTE: your peer review is not a discussion reply in the forum itself. You must click on the discussion forum, then click on your peer review link at the top of the page.How to choose your movie:This is the list of movies you can choose from for your analysis. If you would rather choose a movie not on this list, you need to run it by the professor first.