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    C-3PO . R2-D2 eventually lead Luke to meeting Obi-Wan Kenobi, who was secretly watching over and protecting Luke for his father’s sake. Kenobi, a very wise man, held onto Luke’s father’s light saber and gave it to Luke when he figured he was ready. Also, while the droids and Luke were at Obi-Wan Kenobi’s hut, R2-D2 reveals a hallogram message from Princess Leia that she has been capture by the Empire on the planet of Alderaan and insists that Luke and Kenobi come and save her. In the recording, princess

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    Star Wars Hero's Journey

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    R2-D2 is a message from Princess Leia, who is being held hostage by the Galactic Empire, asking for help from Obi-Wan Kenobi. So Luke Skywalker, along with Obi-Wan Kenobi, Han Solo, Chewy, R2D2 and C3po embark on a mission to rescue the beautiful Princess Leia from the evil Darth Vader. Now I am going to

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    “Luke I am your father” (Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back). This is one of if not the most iconic scene in the Star Wars movie franchise. At the time when episodes four, five, and six were the only Star Wars movies out, nobody knew that Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker’s father. Darth Vader was originally Anakin Skywalker. Anakin Skywalker is considered to be one of the most controversial characters because of how he was originally a Jedi who was supposed to bring balance to the force

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    Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Star Wars is said to be one of the first films which led to science fiction becoming a blockbuster genre for coming generations. Star Wars references are embedded in the popular mainstream culture such as “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope” and “Do or Do Not. There is no try”. George Lucas, owner of Lucasfilm, is responsible for bringing the world of Star Wars to us. Disney, the 2nd largest media conglomerate in terms of revenue, is also best known for the products

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    shown within friendship, love and oneself. Firstly, a way crucial desire leads to excruciating betrayals is shown by friendship in Macbeth and Revenge of the Sith. A way this is shown is by Banquo and Macbeth in Macbeth, as well as Anakin and Obi-wan Kenobi in Revenge of the Sith. In Macbeth, Macbeth notices Banquo, who is his partner, is now a threat to Macbeth becoming King and needs this threat out of the way. He notices that Banquo is a threat when the Third Witch stated to Banquo “Thou shalt

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    the unknown. In Star Wars this is where Luke’s uncle, Owen, buys two droids from the sand people. When looking over the droids one of them, R2D2, shows a message from Princess Leia. The message does not fully show, but it does say “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi”. R2D2

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    translated into action. One of the key elements which reflects an archetype in the films is the Force- a Jedi's source of power. Obi Wan Kenobi teaches Luke the ways of the Jedi, along with telling him how the force is within him and every living thing. The Force is a Jedi's source of energy, therefore it fits into the Mana archetype. Similar to a Buddhist monk, Obi-Wan

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    Force. Obi-Wan describes the Force to Luke as “An energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together”. As an energy field, the Force is not aligned with good or evil. It is simply a part of nature. However, the Force can be tapped into by the Jedi, who use that power to better themselves and the world around them. Obi-Wan tells Luke, “A Jedi can feel the Force flowing through him.” “You mean it controls your actions?” Luke asks. Obi-Wan replies

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    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

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    Have you ever watched a movie or read a book set in medieval times? More accurately called the Middle Ages, medieval times are often described as a world of magic and fantasy. Knights rescue distressed maidens from towers guarded by ferocious fire-breathing dragons or evil witches, the maiden and the knight later marrying each other out of "true love". Though such events only happened in fairy tales, there is historic evidence of a knight class. Qualities like honor were very important to the average

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    A True Leader Would you believe that two men, both young, eager, and promising fighters could be so different? Johnny, who was a futuristic character in Robert A. Heinlein’s book Starship Troopers, against his parent’s wishes, joined the MI, Mobile Infantry, at age eighteen because his best friend Carl decided to enlist. The rigor of Boot camp forced Johnny to consider if he doubtlessly desired to be an MI. However, he conquered Boot camp with the conclusion that he did long to be a MI. he worked

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    Revenge Of The Sith

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    Anakin pilots 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

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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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    able to send out a plea for help in droid R2-D2, who escapes with his other droid friend, C3PO. They land in a desert, and happen upon Luke Skywalker after being purchased by his uncle. Luke sees Leia’s plea for help, and sets out to find Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Ben Kenobi, who Leia references to in her

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    (U)This paper will 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

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    picked up until the next day in the afternoon. Knowing that there was a lot of time on our hands we spent some of our time watching movies, and one in particular was Star Wars. “Why’d he have to die!”, one of my friends would say, when he watched Obi Wan Kenobi get sliced with a light saber who was his favorite character in the series. The death came as a shock to me as well, even after watching the whole series countless times and knowing the plot from the heart. But even so the death didn’t mean anything

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    The “Star Wars” movies, by George Lucas, show a heroic journey through a group of main characters, as they fight for the light side against the dark side. Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse, shows a journey of a buddhist, who leaves his home in search of enlightenment and becoming one with what surrounds him. The Star Wars movies contains a more entertaining plot than Siddhartha because it fosters more creative thinking/imagination, unlike a book, which exhausts imagination. Movies also consume less time

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    Star Wars Analysis

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    In this essay analysis I will be looking at the Japanese influence on the Star Wars saga, looking at the similarities between certain films mostly made by Akira Kurosawa and a few others. I will also look at the cultural and social aspects of the time leading up to, and after the creation of Star Wars as well as the cultural and social impacts of the Star Wars saga. I personally find this topic very interesting due to some of the stark similarities between some of Akira Kurosawa’s work and George

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    Sci - fi movies were always known to be a “ boys thing ” and this included the Star Wars movie series. At first the Star Wars franchise were popularized amongst young teen and adults, which the majority were males. This has started to change gradually with the introduction of a strong traditional female protagonist - Queen Padme Amidala, in the original trilogy, followed up by few female character in the latter movies. Queen Padme Amidala was the very first dominant female character introduced in

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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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