Darth Vader is the most memorable character with in the Star Wars series. He was viewed as cool and ruthless to most people. The movies gave him his own theme music dedicated to him. People also remember iconic characters like Han solo, Luke, and Leia because they are a main part of the movies as well. In addition, people can see a lot of characters in movies now days that have copied the idea and personality of Princess Leia in other films like Hunger games, Divergent, and Tomb Raider: Lara Croft movies.
A Hero’s Journey is a Monomyth that was created by Joseph Cambell. This is a cycle that was made to show how the cycle goes when there is a hero in a story. The cycle can be applied to basically any journey or hero story. The Hero’s Journey plays a role in the movie Star Wars: A New Hope, the phases that is follows is call to adventure, supernatural aid, meeting the goddess, atonement with the father, and the ultimate boom.
He designed such covers as: Psycho; It´s a mad, mad, mad, mad world; Bonjour Tristesse; Vertigo; Grand Prix and North by Northwest; Goodfella; Casino and many others. His unique style made them fun to look at, and enticed viewers to
Citizen Kane challenged the traditional narrative and technical elements of classic Hollywood cinema mainly in the area of sound. Orson Welles was ahead of his time when he created his works of manipulating sound to transfer meaning in the film Citizen Kane. Welles used concealed hanging microphones to obtain different levels of sound throughout the film. The manner, in which the story was told, from Kane’s death flashbacked to his life of success and ultimate failure, was also a new style of storytelling for films. Welles also used symbolism with his last mumbling word “Rosebud.”
The movie Platoon is exceptionally successful in pulling in an audience and creating a realistic piece of art that truly draws the audience into the Vietnam War. This may be for the reason that Oliver Stone spent an undying year in the heart of the Vietnam War, but also because the movie wasn’t just a story, but a riveting piece of moviemaking. The idea of creating movies is to change a person in some way, change the way they look at the world or how they perceive themselves. Movies similar to Platoon are meant to stay in the heart forever because of how strongly it connected with the audience. No sane person would ever want to get closer to the Vietnam War after watching Platoon.
Siddhartha vs. Star Wars Everyone goes on a different journey in the course of their life and everyone's journey has a different outcome. In almost every journey, there is a hero. This person is the one who goes into the world and achieves something great. They normally do this great deed on behalf of some sort of group. There are two main heroes within Star Wars by George Lucas and Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse.
In 1977 when Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope was released it sparked his career and led him on the path to become a cult star. Mark Hamill starred as Luke Skywalker probably one of the most iconic roles in film history and after that he never escaped the role. Even though he has appeared in a lot of movies/TV shows before and after the release of Star Wars he is still known as Luke Skywalker. His co-star Harrison Ford was stuck with the same fate as being known as Han Solo at the time but he moved on and started doing film like Blade Runner the Indiana Jones franchise. This then rid him of being known as Han Solo as he made more films where he played many different characters this meant that audiences couldn’t pin him to one role it broke the classification of naming him a character thus giving him a identity.
Finally you can debate that like, in the other commercial, they used logos in the way that gave Nike products credibility because the athletes that are using their products are truly the top players of this generation, thanks to the amount of money there making to prove
Introduction: For this term paper, I decided to write about the movie Apollo 13. I chose to do so because it gives many great examples of good leadership, how people react in stressful situations and (add too). French and Raven: This movie shows multiple people who express the types of powers listed in French and Ravens
The Lego universe mirrors our world, but for them every day is the same. Most children’s films involve humor and energy with pop-culture references, which this movie contains. The difference with this movie is that the producers who made this film provided creative ideas that made each scene so unpredictable. Lemire pointed out, “It will keep surprising you and make you want to keep watching”. The Lego Movie goes beyond normal hacky punchlines with irresistible humor and effortless energy which draws the watchers in even more to the characters in the film.
Star Wars is a poor epic because its supernatural elements are unconvincing and mundane. In the beginning, lightsabers are talked about quite a few times as Obi-Wan Kenobi tries explaining them to Luke. Despite all the talk, they only use the weapon in battle once. The entire story leads up to the lightsaber fight between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi and the viewers are left unsatisfied and in contempt after this battle. Instead the story focuses mainly on aircraft even though the lightsaber is the main hand-to-hand combat, which leaves many questions that are yet to be answered; for example, where did Obi-Wan Kenobi get his lightsaber and why doesn’t everyone have one?
In Star Wars, "the Force" is a name that represents an infinite energy acquired by Force-sensitive individuals (Decker 24). It is generated by all living things that surround and bind the entire galaxy together. The Force allows individuals to perform some supernatural deeds and develop some elements of physical traits, which include reflexes and speed. Moreover, the film series features the Jedi, which the components of the galaxy act as guardians and peacemakers to the Force. The Sith includes elements that represent evil who aim is to destroy the universe.
Oftentimes, people read their favorite books or watch popular movies and they are completely oblivious to the origin of the theme(s). In fact, a collection of recent movies, books and paintings include themes dating back to mid-19th century. Indeed, the 19th century transcendentalists inspired many of today’s influential artists. For instance, mainstream movies like the “Star Wars” saga, best selling books such as the Hunger Games series, and distinguished artwork like Dispersion all suggest transcendentalist themes. Even though humanity moved farther away from simple lifestyle, some ideas from transcendentalists remain prominent in modern movies, books, and paintings.
In George Lucas' film, Star Wars-A New Hope, Jung's archetypes are established within the films characters and main elements. As a psychiatrist, Jung is interested in how these roles played into our consciousness. Some archetypes which appear in the film are the Outcast, Anima, Mana, the Hero, and The Shadow. All of the following contribute to how Jung's archetypes are translated into action. One of the key elements which reflects an archetype in the films is the Force- a Jedi's source of power.
Star wars and worldviews have been ingrained to the movies and clone wars series the star wars the universe is based off a Universalist worldview, which is highly adaptable to multiple worldviews. The main foundation of the Jedi is the force, which is, predominates from the eastern religions and their every day practical religious applications. The western religions are shown in the star wars worldview but they are only slightly used through out the movies and series. The star wars worldview allows compromises between different worldviews.