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 Effect

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    Star Wars Star Wars, one of the movie very well known today. Making a huge impact on all the movies forever. This iconic movie influenced more than just one other movie series. Due to the creation of Star Wars, out of the genre during its era in time, people identified its characters and special effects The creator of Star Wars was George Lucas, the idea did not come from Lucas alone but from him and the rest of the cast preparing for a movie. The idea was then released in 1977. Star Wars were thought

  • Star Wars And Star Trek Comparison

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    the others. Those movies are Star Wars and Star Trek, but which one 's better? Looking at the comparison, statistically in income, ratings, and ownership of both movies, they both have pluses and minuses to them. Although this is a very opinion based topic, looking at the different stats or popular one franchise will rank above the other. Star Wars is an extremely popular franchise with many large accomplishments in several areas. Income on opening sales for Star Wars was $27,422,661 in total. The

  • 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

  • The Importance Of Archetypes In Star Wars

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    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

  • Personal Narrative-Star War

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    exhausted by the exhilarating game we played earlier so I decided to stay home with my brother and his college friends while they went to watch the new hot movie Creed. It was getting pretty late and my brother and his friends were going to see the new Star Wars episode seven, not everyone came so they asked if I wanted to come and tag along. Being that it was free and would be fun I said yes. Being

  • Star Wars Argumentative 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

  • John Williams Star Wars

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    that, some of his work reached and surpassed your good ol’ epicness level to reach a whole new level. Of those works, the most notoriously known is Star Wars. The Star Wars is an epic space opera franchise that needs no introduction. The movie series has more cult followers than most religions. Beside being the cutting edge of CGI at the time, Star Wars was (is?) a musical phenomena, it is

  • Religious Force In Star Wars

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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;

  • Star Wars And The Odyssey Comparison Essay

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    Many people have heard of Star Wars, and The Odyssey, but have they ever thought about how the two are related? The Odyssey an epic poem written by Homer and the scientific movie Star Wars directed by George Lucas, have countless times when the two share things in common. In Star Wars the main character Luke Skywalker meets a mentor, two sidekicks, and comes from an unknown background. In The Odyssey the main character Odysseus meets his mentor, sidekick, and comes from an unknown background. These

  • Star Wars Vs Star Trek Essay

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    Star wars vs Star Trek Many have seen those avid fans that are so dedicated to Star Wars that they dress up in costumes while attending comic-book conventions. Then there are the "Trekkies" who are obsessed with Star Trek. What is the difference? Most would think they are the same. They both deliver the message that evil does not prevail. Several differences and similarities will be discussed in this essay, such as how Star Wars is more about fighting evil and Star Trek is more about keeping the

  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

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    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. There, Williams would make a clear distinction between good and evil taking influences from Wagner again, and would reflect this throughout the

  • Star Wars A New Hope Comparison

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    ` In May of 1977, Star Wars: A New Hope was released with overwhelmingly positive reviews and marking a new era in cinema. The writer and director of the film, George Lucas, decided to expand upon the Star Wars universe in 1999 by making Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, with a story that took place before the original film’s story. This movie was made with advanced equipment and cutting-edge CGI (for 1999), nonetheless, the movie was panned by critics and enraged an entire generation of moviegoers

  • How Star Wars Changed Cinema

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    Mrs.Vieira U.S History P.2 February 17, 2016 Star Wars: the Film that Changed Cinema In the beginning the Star Wars universe just an idea inside the mind of George Lucas. Little did he know Star Wars: A New Hope would take form as one of the most well known franchises of all time. The first star wars movie Star Wars: a New Hope was the most important movie in film history because of cinematography, fan culture, and storytelling. First off the use of special effect in movies was brought to new

  • Comparing Lusus Naturae And Star Wars

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    The connection that I can make to Lusus Naturae a connection with the book/ film franchise Star Wars. The comparison that I can make between these two stories is in the similarities between the townspeople/ the protagonists family and the xenophobic Galactic Empire that is present in the Star Wars series. The first comparison I can make is in the similarities of the “reasonable” actions that both factions commit in order to protect themselves. In Lusus Naturae, to avoid the shame of having a diseased

  • Star Wars Movie Gender Analysis

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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

  • Argumentative Essay About Star Wars

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    Star Wars Star Wars is an epic space movie series created by George Lucas that has come to be loved by many. The film portrays the adventures of an assortment of characters “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”. The first movie of the 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

  • Compare And Contrast Hamlet And Star Wars

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    Hamlet vs. Star Wars – Comparative Essay Revenge Everyone that knows William Shakespeare and his writing, know that there is a large collection of movies that showcase the bones and foundation of his plays. George Lucas’ Star Wars, for example, has the foundation and somewhat of the story line from William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. We know that both of the main characters, Luke Skywalker and Young Hamlet, are seeking revenge for the deaths of their fathers. While the bones and foundation may

  • Star Wars The New Hope Analysis

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    “Use the force Luke” (Ben/Obi-Wan Kenobi). From the Star Wars comic books came the first Star Wars movie called The New Hope. Tons of people went to the movie theaters on the opening day of the movie. That is where the Star Wars universe became a big hit in the pop culture of Earth. The characters, action inside the movie, and the story plot helped make Star Wars The New Hope the best movie of all time for many people. The characters in the movie was one of the reasons which helped the movie become