The "Star Wars" franchise is one of the most-awaited film of all time. The seventh film of the series, "Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens," will hit the theaters in less than two weeks. Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm, said that iconic director George Lucas has already seen the final product as per Movie Pilot. She confessed that Lucas said, "liked it” and she also mentioned that the filmmaker will attend the movie premieres of "Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens" in Los Angeles and London.
The three original Star Wars movies are A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. The three movies came out between 1977-1983. That is only 35 years ago, but the ideas that are in the movies can be traced back thousands of years to the Monomyth and the Hero’s Journey. In Star Wars, many of the common archetypes are represented.
This body of work will analyze the story Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In this writing, there will be distinct illustrations and examples of how this story is a prime example of the Hero’s Journey. Many archetypes will be found throughout.
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.
The female representation in all Star Wars movies was primarily made up of only two characters, Leia and Padme, until episode 7. The female characters during the first 6 episodes had some strong stereotypical imagery. A scene where Leia was a slave in a bikini was frequently used as a reference for her. For Padme, it was her sentimental relationship with one male character. In episode 7, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, the female representation changed positively with more participation in leading roles and one of the three producers.
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.
The character, Luke Skywalker, in the film, “Star Wars: A New Hope,” clearly represents the Medieval Hero characteristics. Luke is a good moral character, he follows the code of chivalry, and he does not have a royal birth. The first piece of evidence is Luke follows the codes of chivalry. For example, he serves the liege/lord, which is Princess Leia, in valour and faith. He courageous followed the orders of Princess Leia.
10 Inspiring Life Lessons of The Amazing Star Wars Movie Star Wars is a kind of science fiction movie that lately have won the hearts of fans around the world. In fact, this movie has managed to beat the record of pre-sale tickets and it has now been able to provide significant traces for Hollywood movies, as well as add value or ranking for science fiction movie industry. That 's because the story in this movie is very interesting, plus the animation is so amazing. Then, is it enough just up there?
George Lucas's "Star Wars" series, vertical and horizontal three decades , it become memories for generations. And inspiration in the "Star Wars" in the two robots are works from Kurosawa's "The Hidden Fortress" two farmer partner. One tall and one skinny robot C-3PO and R2-D2 exactly corresponds two farmer in the war film. As a fantasy world, where the Force has a future "Jedi", which is affected by the samurai.
Tyria Wickliff Kathy Hayes College Writing 101 D 27 September 2017 Depictions of Women In the Media The media plays a major role on how some women view themselves in real life. They start to see whats accepted and whats not through society which causes them to mimic what they see women doing in the media. Those young women who are displeased with their appearance most likely can trace those feelings back to images they’ve seen in the media whether on television, social media sites, magazines, blogs, etc. These images mess up some young women’s views of their own identity.