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    I believe that the movie, Amazing Grace, is both historically accurate and inaccurate. There were also strong and weak parts of the movie. The accurate and good parts of this movie include the ending scene, the humor incorporated into it, some quotes, and the amount of research done for the movie to be accurate. First, the most important part of the movie was the ending. This was when Wilberforce presents the Bill to the House of Commons. The scene seemed real and true! It was very nicely…

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    into the back of some Russian mobster’s skull, to the rhythm of Zack Hemsey’s spine-chilling soundtrack, really provide the sort of relief that you are searching for? I certainly hope not! While most of my friends call these homogenous films ‘entertainment’, I call them a waste of time. None of these films contain the elegance or class of the ‘classic film’. While the ‘spaghetti western’ may not be the best example of a…

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    first introduced, this wasn’t the case. Television has always been on a rollercoaster between fads, and new technologies introduced throughout the decades. But one of the overall most influential decades for the television and the evolution of the entertainment aired for the people through it. In the early part of the 1960’s, the first nationally televised presidential debate was viewed by a record amount of people, further securing the TV’s importance in the typical family living…

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    The three shows that will leave you on the edge of your seat, biting your lip, and wondering what will happen next are are The walking Dead, Empire, and Breaking Bad. The Walking Dead is my all time most favorite show of all time, simply because it is interesting and you never know what's going to happen next. The Breaking bad is different, to see a broke chemistry teacher become a drug kingpin with upward of 100 million dollars in savings is a story that nobody should miss. Empire is in a whole…

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    Windsor Drive Analysis

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    For better or worse, the vast majority of movies can be lumped into a typical, generic category in which they’re ultimately only worthy of one viewing – and one viewing only. You watch it and minutes or possibly even a few days later – it fully fades from you memory like a childhood trip to the dentist. The point is it’s rare to witness a movie that stands out in a clustered, often chaotic Hollywood field of endless film productions. But, from time to time, though, a film like Kevin’s Smith…

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    Islam: Empire of Faith The Islam movie was mainly about the differences and similarities of all the religions. It was also about all of the origins and locations of where you can find all of the religions. The purpose of the movie was to educate people about where all of the religions came from, what people follow the religion, and what they practice to be a part of the religion. Even though the movie was boring to watch, especially during homecoming week, it was a very good, educational…

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    saying that, although the effects of entertainment initially seem positive, these effects will eventually cause pain and will ruin society. Entertainment consists of everything its critics say of it, regarding its fun and mindless nature, and is loved by many because of these reasons. However, it is not difficult to see why cultural aristocrats and intellectuals in previous centuries predicted that entertainment would take a turn for the worse. Entertainment, which is regarded by many as a…

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    The piece “Us and Them” by David Sedaris is an amusing and thought provoking work that focuses on David’s childhood reaction to a family that “does not believe in TV”. By describing his personal experience, the author makes the reader think about human interaction and how something as simple as television can demonstrate the difference between people who merely observe the life of others, and people who actually engage with their own life and make the best out of it. Though the author does not…

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    received the all-star award in 1979 when he played for the California Angels. Trevor Hoffman played baseball for 17 years as a pitcher from 1993 until 2010. His last MLB was with the Milwaukee Brewers. We will also invite Kirsten Vangsness from the entertainment industry. She is currently on the CBS drama, “Criminal Minds” as an FBI Technical Analyst, Penelope Garcia. She graduated from Cypress College in 1990 and from CSUF in 1996. These outstanding people will come to Cypress College to…

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    Throughout modern history, there have been a plethora of mediums to keep the public engaged and entertained in the world around them. Specifically, video games have provided a strong source of contentment to the public. These games come in various genres, from action, horror, and fantasy. One game that is truly unlike any other is none other than The Stanley Parable. This first-person exploration game challenges our psychologically embedded morals, forcing us to go against the wishes of the…

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