The director, writer and producer George Lucas, so immersed in the project devoted much of his life planning every detail of the original trilogy, planned to be released throughout the 70s and 80s. One of the most important head of Lucas, concepts was to accompany his self-described "space opera" with a score that was true to the greatness of itself. For this purpose, initially planned to use classical music of Beethoven, Mozart, Wagner, all to refer to a time and space even in the human imagination that transported him to an unknown universe, but plausible. Many perceptions of Luke to the saga changed drastically when I designate the task of the composition of original music to Williams, who would give a new look, a new view and would cool the music scene in Hollywood. From the start, Lucas was already a music lover who, called Star Wars "space opera", which Williams would finish drawing for a resemblance to the works of Wagner.
Ever since Columbus discovered the New World the course of history changed. This was the beginning of the development of The United States of America. Christopher Columbus’s left a Legacy and was leader because of his achievements, his discovery of the Americas, and the characteristics and skills of Columbus. Indeed,one things that makes Columbus a leader and legacy are his achievements. Christopher Columbus had, “to draw up a nautical
The presentation of the story. Both stories were in the 3rd point of view. This allows the viewer to immerse themselves in the story telling. Star Wars is a space fantasy based movie, it’s setting and story wouldn’t resonate with earthlings. They would understand the Rebel’s reason for rebellion on an intellectual level, but would be unable to on an emotional level.
When someone mentions archetypal literary devices, an epic American space opera comes to mind, right? No? Well, I’m here to illustrate the importance of Archetypes in the story from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. This is an in-depth analysis of three of the many archetypes found in Star Wars: “the mentor”, “the magic weapon” , and “the hunting group of companions”. The first archetype we will be going over is the hunting group of companions, an archetype clearly conveyed in the film with Han, Leia, Luke, and the rest of the rebels.
(AGG) Isn’t rebellion an interesting thing? The Star Wars franchise is all about rebellion, from The Empire, to The First Order, but what is it that causes someone to rebel? (BS-1) Before the storm there is always peace, people are satisfied with how things are going so they have no need for rebellion. (BS-2) However, once a problem begins to arise, more and more people begin to take notice, and if the problem isn’t solved by those with more power than them, then they take matters into their own hands. (BS-3) Once the rebellion has started the rebels disconnect from their society and government, and make one of their own.
Delve Into the World of Star Wars: The Force Awakens Through the Gender Lens “A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…” Star Wars fans worldwide recognize the opening crawl as it appears on the big screen for the first time in ten years. The film gives a warm welcome to familiar faces and greets a new group of up-and-coming actors and actresses, as well as a new conflict. The Dark Side is back in the form of The First Order, and Kylo Ren, son of Han Solo and Leia Organa, has plans of being greater and more evil than his grandfather, Darth Vader. Against him are The Resistance, led by his mother, General Leia, and newcomers Rey, an independent young woman with nothing to lose; Finn, a former Stormtrooper who rebelled against The First Order; and Poe Dameron, a fighter pilot who Leia is very fond of. To the average viewer, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is an action packed adventure movie, and another great addition to the Star Wars saga… but, when analysed through the Gender Lens, the film becomes a trial of endurance for a young heroine and her friends, who encounter an
Life and religious beliefs are not fully applied. Why? because they only believe what is real only. At the end of the movie the fourth kind those who watch the film will inevitably conclude that that makes the weird happenings events that occurred during this is aliens ... The issue of aliens exist because the number of people killed and missing without know what is Additionally there are sightings of strange aircraft at Tyler we call UFOS are believed controlled by aliens.
One specific way to closely analyze individuality in the Star Wars films is by looking at the droids and clones. In the prequels, both the jedi and the separatists use their clone and droid armies, respectively, as completely expendable soldiers, making the large-scale battle scenes emotionless. Since both the good and evil sides in this war make their armies in a factory, and both sides use their factory-made soldiers as expendable beings, the good versus evil dichotomy gets blurred. As John C. McDowel states in his book Identity Politics in George Lucas’ Star Wars: “The clones are presented as not being fully human, a consequence of the deliberate constraining of their individuality in the cloning process. They become more like biologically material machines, constructed through an instrumentalizing of life that denies them their own potential for becoming free and equal subjects in their own right” (33).