Star Wars Essays

  • Star Wars Birthday Party Ideas

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    Star Wars Birthday Party Ideas Science fiction is something that has always amazed everyone irrespective of age and hobbies. But, kids seem to be more thrilled by science fiction whether in movies or if they are able to apply those in real life. What would be a more apt movement to apply the thrills of science fiction than an occasion like birthday parties? One of the most incredible science fiction themes is the ‘Star Wars’ since the Steven Spielberg movies hit the screen in early seventies it

  • Star Wars Analysis

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    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 Lucas's Star Wars and I hope to show them in this

  • Star Wars Movie Analysis

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    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

  • Star Wars Negotiation Analysis

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    Most millennials would have watched or heard of 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

  • Queen Padme Amidala In Star Wars

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    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 the Star Wars movie series. She is the elected

  • John Williams's Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

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    adopted the model Wegneriano leitmotifs and implemented it as no other had done before in George Lucas ' space opera "Star Wars." His work in the original trilogy Lucas is an immutable masterpiece serves as an example of a current score in the style of an opera by Wagner, with traces of influential composers such as Korngold, Stravinsky and Gustov Holst. The film in question, "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope" was released in 1977 with overwhelming success at the box office and forming a legion of followers

  • Star Wars Movie Vs Movie Essay

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    Star Wars as all we know is a very famous movie series. There are a lot of different movies and books. If you don't know what Star Wars is, Star Wars is about "A long ago, in a galaxy far, far away," where a government called The Galactic Empire is taking over the galaxies and 1plants by conquering them, the New Rebuplic A.K.A the Resistance is fighting the Galactic Empire. After the Galactic Empire was defeated by the New Republic, many years later a new government called The First Order is creating

  • The Influence Of Buddhism In George Lucas's Star Wars?

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    George Lucas' Star Wars has been an "unprecedented commercial success in the history of cinema and has made a huge cultural impact" (Feichtinger 28). It is a popular franchise and is widely known all over the world. Star Wars plays a major role in influencing the youth and sending a message to everyone, especially the fans. George Lucas said that he wanted to do more than entertain the masses; he wanted to "introduce young Americans to spiritual teachings through 'new myths' for our globalized,

  • Spiritual Beliefs In George Lucas's Star Wars

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    George Lucas' Star Wars has been an "unprecedented commercial success in the history of cinema and has made a huge cultural impact" (Feichtinger 28). It is a popular franchise and is widely known all over the world. Star Wars plays a major role in influencing the youth and sending a message to everyone, especially the fans. George Lucas said that he wanted to do more than entertain the masses; he wanted to "introduce young Americans to spiritual teachings through 'new myths' for our globalized,

  • Star Wars A New Hope Movie Analysis

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    The fighter jolted as a torpedo was launched, a series of loud explosions were then heard, signaling the destruction of the deadly station, the Death Star. This scene from Star Wars: A New Hope can be interpreted differently when crossing through different versions. Three of these mediums, Doescher’s play, a radio drama, and the screenplay of this movie will be compared and contrasted, revealing the uniqueness of each interpretation. By the end of this essay, the similarities and differences between

  • The Importance Of Individuality In Star Wars

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    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.

  • Star Wars Archetypes Analysis

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    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. Luke Skywalker is the hero and the three movies are of his quest. The villain is Darth Vader. Mentors are Ben Kenobi and Yoda. Loyal retainers are R2D2

  • Characteristics Of Religion In Star Wars

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    that everyone in the religion believes, sacredness, and emotional expressions. Within the trilogy of Star Wars there are two sides that are constantly fighting against one another. There is also something referred to as The Force which is often viewed as the sacred or godlike. It is easy to see different religious beliefs within this trilogy, not just one particular religion. Within two Star Wars movies A New Hope, and Rogue One, these eight aspects of religion can be found. Learning to master the

  • Kate Moss In Star Wars

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    Even though making Rey the main character and the fact she is a female gives feminists a new outlook on Star Wars, it does not change the fact that there are many more female characters that play an important role In Star Wars such as Princess Leia, (Fig.6). Leia was shown as a slave, an eye candy for ‘male gaze’ but she became a warrior, from a victim to a hero. Very few would not appreciate how far she has come

  • Star Wars Structuralist Analysis

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    Star Wars and Frye’s Structuralist Approach Throughout the Star Wars series, Luke Skywalker serves as a modern example of the mythical character Odysseus, traveling the skies, encounter adventures, and ultimately finding his way back home. His journey can be likened to Northrop Frye’s structuralist approach to understanding texts, as this key character’s actions and motives create a pattern to which readers can derive meaning. In The Archetype of Literature, Frye explains that the existence of archetypes

  • Star Wars Heros Journey Analysis

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    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. A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, approximately nineteen years after the formation of the Galactic Empire, the galaxy was in a state of civil war. The Rebel Alliance had made their first major victory over the Galactic Empire, by stealing the plans of the Death Star, the Empire’s

  • Star Wars The Last Jedi Analysis

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    The latest instalment of Star Wars written and directed by Rian Johnson, 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

  • Donnie Darko Analysis

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    movie that understands you at a time you’re struggling to understand yourself and what the hell is going on in the world around you. “I’d say the simple reason Donnie Darko is still a favorite is because it captures the ‘chosen one’ storyline of a Star Wars or Harry Potter, but filtered through a moody, teen, almost goth tone,” Zalben says. “So unlike a huge blockbuster, YOU — yes you, you sad misunderstood boy — could be Donnie Darko. It also helps that it’s a mystery box, the sort of movie with no

  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe Analysis

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    After somehow "accidently" jumping his spaceship through a wormole, the human protagonist of Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe finds himself crash landed on a desert planet somewhere deep in alien space. As luck would have it the planet is home to a casino inhabited by a motley group of air hockey loving aliens. With defeating the aliens at their own game and wining the parts needed to repair his ship the only way to ever leave our intrepid hero embarks on a new career as air hockey champion. The plot

  • Avatar Movie Analysis

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    1. SYNOPSIS Avatar is a 2009 epic science fiction film. James Cameron is the director, writer and producer of this film. This film starring by Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sigourney Weaver. In the year 2154, the earth environment is in bad pollution. Human also called as Avatar links to humans minds to have a free movement on Pandora. Jake Sully, a paralyzed former Marine replace his twins brother that already dead in a project and become mobile again through