The Use of Anthropology in the Movies 28 Days Later by Danny Boyle and World War Z by Marc Forster
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"You've presented an engaging analysis of two movies and their references to anthropological concepts. Moreover, your work as a whole is well written. There are very few writing convention errors; the main one that stands out is your treatment of the word "malaria" as a proper noun. Where your essay could use some reworking though is in the organization of your paragraphs. At the moment, the first sentence of each body paragraph is not necessarily a good representation of the information you share in that paragraph. Since you have a very clear thesis, it might make more sense to organize your body paragraphs according to the three main anthropological ideas you're highlighting instead of opening a paragraph by mentioning what happens in one of the movies."
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