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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 Episode VII: The Force Awakens is the triumphant return of Star Wars to cinemas. The last live action Star Wars film, The Revenge of the Sith, came out nearly eleven years ago. Since then the Star Wars franchise has created three animated series and three animated movies. The plot of The Force Awakens begins with a droid named BB-8 who has a map to Luke Skywalker. Both the First Order, the bad guys, and the Resistance, the good guys, are looking for it. BB-8 got the map from his master

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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

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    On the 24th of March in 1971 an epic criminal drama “The Godfather” by Francis Ford Coppola was released. In a moment, from young to old, “The Godfather” captured attention of many millions of viewers, critics and politics – every man who was somehow connected with cinema and society. This film can be admired, this film can be criticized, but the fact remains - this film cannot be ignored. “The Godfather” became a brilliant masterpiece, which changed the very concept of what is real movie and in

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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

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    Heroic Epic Theory

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    Campbell theory greatly contributes in how the author of “Star Wars” series build the epic saga, of course the theory chosen because of its capability to define the unusual path which define the journey of certain hero who was lacking in certain point or even was a villainous character but then develops into ideal

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    Legend Of Zelda

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    After being delayed for two years, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released a few months ago and the anticipation it got was astronomical. The game trailers promised major changes to the decades old action-adventure series in Breath of the Wild. As of now, the game has received positive reviews from a lot of game journalists/critics. But is the game deserving of the hype and praise it got? To answer that question, the game will be evaluated on two criteria: “Do these major changes in

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    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

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    Stanley Kubrick has an impressive resume of movies that he has blessed audiences with over the years. From The Shining, Eyes Wide Shut, and Full Metal Jacket, his movies have reached critical acclaim. One film changed the entire outlook for the future of the science fiction genre with Kubrick’s 2001, A Space Odyssey. This space and time thriller left audiences blown away and slightly confused do to story the film illustrated. The themes 2001, A Space Odyssey presents are human evolution and the perils

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    Creed is a spin-off from the ever popular Rocky series. The movie was an underdog trying to punch its way to greatness and would always have the shadow of the great legacy. Creed opened in cinemas 40 years to the day after Rocky released in theatres and gave us the greatest underdog movie of all time. The movie lives up to its rich legacy of its predecessors as it ploughs its own path to greatness. Do not get blindsided by the name, the latest entrant in the franchise is for all intents and purposes

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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

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    If you have watched the movie that spread the message of the law of attraction to almost every corner of the planet “the secret” then you must be familiar with Bob Proctor, who played a very important part in the whole movie. Bob Proctor’s work has inspired me so much that it reflects in the ideas I hold, I keep writing articles about the universal laws and the eleven forgotten laws program by Bob Proctor has been one of the greatest source for me to understand these universal laws better. I must

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    Day After Tomorrow Theme

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    Causes and Effects of World Destruction in “The Day After Tomorrow” The Day After Tomorrow, directed by Roland Emmerich, is an acclaimed science fiction catastrophe movie that was released in the year 2004. It is a movie that was loved and appreciated by many people including critics. “Many of the cliches in this movie predate the last Ice Age (Rainer, 2004),” said Peter Rainer who thought that the movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ was very informative. This movie received an overwhelming amount of

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    Beowulf is an epic poem written in Old English sometime around the 10th Century by an unknown author. Set in the period it was written, the poem tells the story of the title character, a great Anglo-Saxon warrior named Beowulf. Star Wars is a movie trilogy created by George Lucas and filmed in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Set in space, this story depicts the struggle of many soldiers, led mainly by Luke Skywalker, against the tyranny that was the Galactic Empire. The backgrounds of these two

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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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    becoming a cult star as ‘the audience that outlives a star becomes able to read their final performance’ (Egan and Thomas, 2013). When people watch a star final performance they feel different about it because there will be no more from the actor/actress and it feels more personal to the viewer. Many fans put stars on a pedestal as they think that because the star is so much more talented that they are so put them out of reach. This is why a death of a star is important as it brings the star to a normal

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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

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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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    The “Belly of the Whale” situation, an allusion to the biblical story of Jonah and the whale, is the hero’s near death experience and his symbolical rebirth. “The hero, instead of conquering or conciliating the power of the threshold, is swallowed into the unknown, and would appear to have died. […] the passage of the threshold is a form of self-annihilation […]. But here, instead of passing outward, beyond the confines of the visible world, the hero goes inward, to be born again” (Campbell 83-84)

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    behalf of the earth, was impossible for the dragon to freeze. As he was trying to try to freeze the ocean, the sun stood in its way. The hottest, scorching star that shone from the thermosphere of the universe, started melting Chillmaw’s masterpiece little by little. Driven by the blazing rays of the sun, Chillmaw flew to the center of the star, pulling back to release the most powerful hydroblast he’s ever blown. By gathering all the energies of Mother Nature, the ice dragon combines the energy to

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