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    Oprah Winfrey's Failure

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    Winfrey: A Woman Who Could “Failure is a great teacher. If you’re open to it every mistake has a lesson to offer,” (Winfrey). Oprah Winfrey, a common household name has swept the nation whether it’s was with her network, magazine, book club, or her TV show. Oprah Winfrey’s road to fame was a hard road to travel because there was many obstacles in her way. But as Oprah Winfrey discovered her true passion in life, there was not anyone stopping her from achieving it. Oprah Winfrey’s long road to…

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    attempt did not work (Michaud xi). Before Bundy confessed to the thirty murders though, he always talked to investigators in third person to avoid confession. “This interview technique, allowing subjects to speak in third person, gives them the chance to talk directly about themselves without the stigma of confession” states Stephen G. Michaud, author of Conversations with a Killer (Michaud…

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    RIPE TIDE Analysis

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    grieving, healing, and moving on with life after falling down. The tone is consistently dramatic and there’s an element of a fish out of water tale. The script features very likable and compelling characters that have strong inner conflict. The goal is clear and the risk is personal. There’s a lot to like about this script, but in every good script there’s room for more development. The story opens establishing Cora’s ordinary world. It’s well conveyed that she’s under pressure from her…

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    SPIRITED MISADVDENTURES is a character driven story of self-discovery and healing. The story’s tone is dramatic, but nicely blended with wit and humor. The script explores solid themes about grieving, communication, reconnecting, and healing. It’s an introspective story told with subtext. One of the strengths of this script is the character of Dani. She’s well crafted as a very complex woman. She presents with a very tough exterior that’s abrasive. In fact, initially it’s challenging to like or…

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    Why Do Monsters At Work

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    monsters. This is certainly a nice setup for conflict, tension, character growth, and it sets up the story to send a special message about accepting people and creatures that feel different. While the idea is well appreciated and the script shows some strength, the script would benefit from more…

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    Emmerson: Plot Summary

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    find a way out of it. The plot idea has merit and is a nice setup for comedy, conflict, and character transformation. The goal is clear. With that said, the script would benefit from further development. The structure can be strengthened. The story opens with a scene that takes place in the present day storyline and then the script transitions back to four years earlier. Reconsider this structure. In the opening scene,…

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    UNIVERSAL DRIFTER is a supernatural, action thriller. There are solid themes about revenge and karma. This is the type of script with potential, but would benefit from further development. The second half of the script appears to work better than the first half of the script. This is worth discussing. The opening and first act set up the ordinary world of the two core characters of Annette and Jack. Jack’s introduction is intriguing, as it introduces the element of the supernatural. However,…

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    Ellen Degeneres Qualities

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    determination to find her voice as a comedian, talk show host, an activist and a role model, and it was all done with humor and kindness. She helps her followers discover that it is okay to step outside the box and try new things and discover new opportunities. She is always offering her support and encouragement. She is a true role model and leader, many people can relate to her, trust her and are inspired by her such as myself. Ellen DeGeneres is a famous talk show host and a well-known…

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    Degeneres starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998, and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003. She is a well known public figure. It was published on the ellentube channel. This interview was hosted to show people around the world the great accomplishments of an athlete who fought a disability their entire life. The interview was created to show Tatyana Mcfadden’s life and how the paralympics has changed it. When hosting this interview the…

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    Winfrey’s television show, philanthropies, and successful book club and magazine have impacted millions of people’s lives, making Oprah the most influential woman in media. Oprah created a personal connection with her audience and viewers through “The Oprah Winfrey Show”. She helps better the lives of those who are less fortunate by making donations through her foundations. Oprah’s Book Club has…

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