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    over 100 movies to music throughout his career, in addition, it is widely recognized as one of the best and most influential film composers of the twentieth and twenty-first century. A Williams, you 'll be credited as one of the forerunners of the new revival of "leitmotiv" in cinema, this after his fall from stardom when constantly used in the old Theme song from the golden age of Hollywood, as well as Neo Noires or the most recognized Westerns. Formerly trained in orchestration, Williams adopted

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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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    Road Warrior Comparison

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    Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, known to American audiences as The Road Warrior, and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, named at the time of its release as simply Star Wars, are two very different pieces of film belonging to the genre of science fiction. The first tells the story of a man in a dystopian Australian wasteland being enlisted by a group of helpless survivors to fight against pillaging raiders; the latter tells the story of intergalactic warriors embarking on a mission to overthrow a genocidal

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    Humanity lives life symbolically in an unexplainable way. It is through these symbols that one may get meaning out of it. For example, colors are often associated with moods such as blue for sadness and red for anger. Common sayings that relate to emotion from these colors are such as that of “feeling blue” or “red rage”. Shapes can also give the same effect, like circles associated with wedding rings to symbolize unity. Several environmental factors can have an effect on meaning and emotion. A large

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    “Taxi Driver”, “Raging Bull”, “The Last Temptation of Christ” and “The Departed”- this is only a short list of movies which were directed by a talented Italian-American screenwriter, Martin Charles Scorsese. With more than 50 years of film directing experience, with lots of rewards, including Oskar, he remains to be one of the most influential and recognized film producers around the globe. From very young age Mr. Scorsese was very passionate about film making and at the age of 26 he already

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    After an impressive promotion campaign including trailers with classic numbers and an original soundtrack album by Skrillex, Twenty One Pilots and the like, Suicide Squad finally opened in theaters on August 5. The hype for this movie was undeniably humongous, not only because DC hardcore fanboys expected it to be the breakthrough for DCEU with a mix of humor and action, but also movie enthusiasts had been waiting for another reimagination of Joker, together with the live-action versions of other

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    adventure that weaves together streams of powerful themes that are very important to our modern world that they even extend far beyond the world of fictional film. The film itself, can be seen as a variety of things such as, a political film about war, the effects of violence, a social commentary about environmentalism, even speciesism. This could also be seen as simply a film about what it truly means to be human, which should be

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    produce Rocky presented every obstacle, had an all-star cast, and was the greatest underdog story ever told. Stallone was and actor and screen writer, who wrote the screen play for Rocky in three days. With the main role being himself. From the beginning he was supposed to play Rocky, but Hollywood wanted a name actor to play the part. The actors that were mention in playing the part was Burt Reynolds, James Caan, and

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    The 5th Wave Essay

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    massive promotional push, with what seems like every Barnes & Noble in the world pushing it as the inevitable successor to Twilight, Harry Potter, and The Hunger Games. And unlike 2012’s event YA book—John Green’s justly acclaimed The Fault In Our Stars—The 5th Wave has a premise that promises at least two more books to come: There are aliens, and there is a girl, and Earth has been invaded. What next? Truth be told, there’s something almost calculated about The 5th Wave, even when it’s at its best

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    The TV show “Firefly” was a space western that aired from 2002 to 2003, and it followed the adventures of the crew of the spaceship Serenity. The show was abruptly canceled after only 14 episodes; however, since then it has turn into a cult classic. In my opinion, it was one of the greatest shows to ever air on TV. The “Firefly” universe is a fascinating and exciting place, for it is a brilliant mix of both the sci-fi and western genres. This combination of sci-fi and western may seem somewhat unusual

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    overwhelming will power for the adventure or an outside force puts pressure on them to complete certain tasks. Luke lived in an ordinary world on his Uncle’s moisture farm on the planet of Tatooine; he was very sheltered from the outside forces and wars that were going on around him. He never knew his biological parents or his twin sister, as his mother died while giving birth and his father, Anakin Skywalker, was a Jedi Knight for the Jedi Forces, but had slowly been seduced over to the Dark Side

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    mainstream movies like the “Star Wars” saga, best selling books such as the Hunger Games series, and distinguished artwork like Dispersion all suggest transcendentalist themes. Even though humanity moved farther away from simple lifestyle, some ideas from transcendentalists remain prominent in modern movies, books, and paintings.     Fan favorite and legend, “Star Wars” will be admired for generations to come. Despite their creativity, some of the ideas embedded within the “Star Wars” saga can be traced

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    Probably one of the most expected films of the year, not only for lovers of Asian cinema, but of cinema, in general. "The Handmaiden" proves that Park Chan-wook is one of the top filmmakers of the era, and that the knowledge he acquired from his time in Hollywood (Stoker) can be wonderfully implemented in Asian aesthetics. The film is already an international success, since it has sold out in 175 countries, beating out the previous sales record of Bong Joon-ho 's English-language sci-fi feature Snowpiercer

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    Star Wars Analysis

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    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 report

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    Summary Of The Godfather

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    Godfather II begins almost the same way. The new Godfather throws a gala party outdoors honoring his son first communion. Ambrogio stated that like the first movie, the godfather is also attending personal business matters. In each movie we can see that both initial scenes are almost repeated. Ambrogio also mentioned in his article that early in the first movie there is an unsuccessful attempt on the Godfather’s life and even on the II there is an attempt on the new Godfather’s life. Ambrogio stated, “Both

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    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

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    Analysis Of Wag The Dog

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    movie moves on to the later stages. Small cracks begin to appear and he is shortly unable to control himself, as it's the "best work I've ever done" and is after the credit for creating the "show." Motss gets caught up in the whirlwind that is the war which has the entire American public as the audience. In the end, Motss not being able to remove himself from what he fabricated leads him to devastating consequences. Winifred is unlike the two main male characters when it comes to whether she has

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    Odyssey and Batman Begins had plots written under the hero’s journey format. As in many other hero stories, the plot begins with the main characters, Odysseus and Bruce Wayne being called to begin a journey. In The Odyssey, this occurred after the Trojan War, when Odysseus had to begin his journey back to Ithaca. In Batman

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    it reached the big screen as an action movie starring many of Hollywood 's biggest and best stars. After the huge success a sequel was made, then three more! And even after twenty years, five movies and five directors, the Mission: Impossible movies continue to stun and amaze viewers. The first Mission: Impossible film was released on May 22 1996.(IMDb) Directed by Brian De Palma, and with the all-star cast of Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell, Jon Voight as Jim Phelps,

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    Baby Jane, and The Longest Yard (1974). Among the stars in The Dirty Dozen were Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine. Lee Marvin was born February 19, 1924. He was named in honor of Robert E. Lee who was his first cousin, four times removed. At the age of 18 he left

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