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    chapter in the universe, with a multitude of different directors slotted for directing. Analyzing two scenes from The Last Jedi, a relationship between a master and an apprentice, and a battle in a throne room, how do these correlate with past films? Do new minds, create refreshing ideas? Master and apprentice dynamics are not foreign to the Star Wars sagas. In The Last Jedi, leads very subtle differentiation.

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    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. For instance, the creator, George Lucas, presents the Knights of Ren, an evil component

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    evaluate Master Yoda from the movie star wars. It will discuss if Master Yoda should remain and teach Jedi form IV also known as Ataru to the young Jedi’s by reviewing Master Yoda’s capabilities, accomplishments, strength, weakness, and come to an conclusion if Master Yoda Qualifies for the duty. (U)Master Yoda who was one of the most powerful Jedi in the Galaxy, and one of the few Old Republic Jedi to survive and experienced between 894 BBY- 4ABY during the Galactic Civil War. In nine centuries Master

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    his fellow MIs at whatever cost. He resolved to go career and helped fight in numerous battles in the bug war. Anakin Skywalker, however, in the Star Wars prequel movies by George Lucas, lived as a slave with his mother until he won a race that his Jedi friend, who needed parts for their ship, asked him to compete in. They struck a deal with Anakin’s owner, who also could sell them parts to repair their broken ship, that if Anakin won the

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    Star Wars Theology Theology is embedded in almost every part of our lives; what we think, see, feel, etc. Regarding my theology, I would compare the Holy Spirit to the “Force” in the Star Wars Episodes. In multiple episodes, the force is a major element of the movie; without the “Force,” most characters would be powerless. Although, George Lucas does not (forwardly) state that the Force is a religious symbol, the Force does have qualities that could be considered to parallel those of the Holy Spirit;

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    Sand individuals. Luke and his droids are safeguarded by Obi-Wan Kenobi or, as Luke know him, Ben Kenobi. Obi-Wan take Luke to his home. Luke gets his dad 's light saber, as Obi-Wan review his own fellowship with Luke 's dad. Luke is informed that a Jedi named Darth Vader sold out and killed his dad. Subsequent to finding Princess Leia 's message conveyed by R2-D2, Obi-Wan endeavors to influence Luke to go with him to Alderaan. Luke declines to go until he finds that his close relative and uncle were

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    happened in fairy tales, there is historic evidence of a knight class. Qualities like honor were very important to the average knight, because certain traits were all they could lay claim to. In a similar way, Jedi from Star Wars view honor and integrity as important disciplines to teach young Jedi. Honor is an important quality to have accordingly is defined as having courage and integrity, but honor is not disrespect. The first way to interpret the word honor is with the word courage. An exceptional

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    Tom Turkey Dead or Alive "Nooooo! I'm going to die! We’re all going to die eventually!” Tom the Turkey yelled one day. Earlier that day he was sitting on the windowsill and watching STAR WARS on Mr. Brown’s television through the window, he overheard Mr. and Mrs. Brown talking about Thanksgiving Dinner, and Tom was the main course! Tom almost fell off the windowsill he was sitting on. None of the other turkeys or animals took him seriously. They laughed about it and then went about their business

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    Revenge Of The Sith

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    half of General Grievous’s ship with both Chancellor Palpatine and Obi-Wan Kenobi behind him. In my opinion, this particular scene is symbolic because it shows how his world is soon going to be divided. His external world which is the Sith and the Jedi vice to his internal world which lies deep within his head and heart. Unbeknownst to Anakin, is that he will soon have to choose between the two. Once he arrives back to Coruscant, he is greeted by Padme and she informs him that she is pregnant

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    The Last Jedi Analysis

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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), can be read as a deeply political text in which an essentially liberal Resistance force contends with an expansive and oppressive totalitarian regime, the Empire. Hope is a central theme in the film, as it is used as a political tool of the Resistance and constructed as a threat to the ability of the Empire to maintain control (Johnson 2017). In this paper I will demonstrate that hope as a political tool, especially as it is employed in The Last Jedi, can be used to transcend

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    Desire Having the desire to achieve a goal is common within all, but how one achieve’s it is what differentiates the goal’s outcome . When reading Macbeth by Shakespeare and watching Revenge of the Sith written by George Lucas, the theme that was greatly noticed was that one’s focus on a singular crucial desire can unwittingly lead to many excruciating betrayals shown within friendship, love and oneself. Firstly, a way crucial desire leads to excruciating betrayals is shown by friendship in Macbeth

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    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

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    Top 5 Worst Movie Villains of All-Time Although movies are a great source of entertainment and information. Conflict situations involving superheroes and villains often go a long way to create a good storyline. The villains usually challenge the superheroes to come out of their comfort zone and fight. However when a villain falls flat by portraying undesirable characteristics, everything else goes out of the window. Here is a list of 5 worst movie villains of all time. Worst Villain of All-Time#5:

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    Jedi Fil Skywalker sits upon his throne high above the frigid glistening waters of Pioneer Pool. His bat vision scans in swift motions from side to side without any double takes. He is the hero the pool deserves, but does not always need. Surrounded by the most elite of lifeguards, he leads a team of superheroes fighting against hypoxic convulsions, killer wasps, and death rays emitted from the scorching sun. In recent history, children have been consumed by the dark forces of poor decision-making;

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    Accompanying Charles Kane success, failure, and death the music in “Citizen Kane” is an indispensable factor for its triumph. Citizen Kane is one of the greatest films to ever be produced believe many critics. Well, it is definitely a 1941 American Masterpiece attributed to Orsan Welles. In addition to directing the film, Welles produced, co-wrote, and starred in Citizen Kane. It is praised for its innovation in visual techniques, narrative methods and of course music. In this paper I will examine

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    If they are informal authority, people should look up to them during the crisis and the leader should know what to do in the situation. The masked heroes in Watchmen, however, were not only condemned by people in society, but also did not work with others to solve societal problems. The society that lacks the rule of law caused the masked vigilantes to impose their authority to “protect” the society where there are full of violence and crimes. Although they have police force and the government

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    mostly divisive issue due to the heightened attention to diversity in recent years. Based on this observation, the current paper analyzes the state of representation in this industry focusing on the film “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Star Wars: The Last Jedi “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is a film written and directed by Rian Johnson that was initially released on the 9th of December 2017. Produced by Lucasfilm, the film served as the eighth main installment of the hugely successful Star Wars franchise.

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    he was originally a Jedi who was supposed to bring balance to the force, but turned to the dark side because of his emotions. The reason why he turned to the dark side was that he wanted to protect those who were closest to him, especially the ones that he loved. This was a flaw that Anakin had which many considered him

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    Unlike queen Padme, her characteristics were uppity royal, sarcastic, tough and brave. Upfront she acts as a royal princess, but inside she is one of the toughest person. In the movie “ Return of the Jedi ” she gets kidnapped by one of the antagonist, Jabba Desilijic Tiure who is more commonly known as Juba the Hutt and she was objectified as his sex slave. She was forced to dress in a revealing gold bikini, which at that time caused a big issue, as

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    continuously running series was released in May of 1977, with the most recent released in December of 2015. This artifact selection is focusing on the first released trilogy, Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). These three movies were critically acclaimed, and adored by a multitude of fans. Characters: The main focus, and hero of the saga, is Luke Skywalker. Luke is introduced as a young boy living on a lackluster planet, yearning of a life of excitement

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