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    The Stickup Kids

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    What to Do to Not Do It: A Smarter and More-Fun Way of Persuading Kids to Not Do Drug-Related Activity Everyone has seen it. It’s everywhere. It’s being taken, put into someone’s mouth, and affecting one’s mental health in someway. And before they notice what they’re doing is wrong, it’s already too late. The damage has been done, and now they live in a whole different world than what the average human experiences where they’re prone to do wrong, do crimes, or to get themselves or another…

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    Movie Analysis: Toy Story

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    Stories remain as a vital part to society and culture since ancient times. They can be told in many languages and in many forms. In present time, people are drawn more toward visual entertainment, through mediums such as television or video games. It follows a story through the plot of the show or the developing adventures of video game characters. However, stories are generally expressed literarily through text. Throughout one’s life, it becomes inevitable to run into a classic short story or…

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    Ingrid Goes West Analysis

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    For starters, living in an age where a person can be dubbed a YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, or Vine star is a reflection of a culture where we are increasingly digesting entertainment in smaller chunks, faster than ever before. Though the script focuses on Ingrid and her deranged and troubling behavior, the movie does pose the question of just how much posting and sharing with one another is enough. Or is there simply no line…

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    Alison Bechdel's Fun Home

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    INTRO: Hook: Alison Bechdel may not be widely recognized… introduce the uniqueness.. Thesis: 1: Argue for or against effectiveness of this book: regarding purpose. The work is a black and white representation of her coming to a realization of her own homosexuality and a complex relationship with her father. However, Bechdel offers a graphic narrative… 2: presentation Comic can be used as an adjective which has the meaning of “funny,” or as pertaining to comedians, which can cause confusion and…

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    Internet piracy is a controversial issue when it comes to whether or not it affects the entertainment industries since the start of twenty-first century. The scholarly article, written by Koster, called “Fighting Internet Piracy: The French Experience With The Hadopi Law”, is about internet piracy cause a decrease the revenue in music industry and the French decided to create a law in order to help music industry’s revenue from decline any further. The law is called Hadopi and its objectives…

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    The term “film festival” may mean different things to different people. Film buffs look at it as an opportunity to watch thrilling new films from all over the world before general release or even film that will never be released. Filmmakers see film festivals as opportunities to display their work and gain acknowledgement to international audiences as well as to connect with other filmmakers. Film producers, distributors and investors use film festivals as a platform to network, educate…

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    entertain ourselves away from the real world, and millions of dollars are sent back in tickets to go see these films. Certainly, this business has been booming for the past one-hundred years, and we keep on fueling the fire. Movies aren’t just about entertainment only. Many films have become part of the American culture, and many films from the US show how Americans think and feel about certain trends or ideas. American films are accurate representations of what America is to outsiders, and…

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    “It was 34 years ago, on May 25, 1977, that “Star Wars” (later known as “Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope”) thundered onto the big screen and changed the course of Hollywood history.” (Hero Complex Star Wars) The budget that the crew had was eleven million dollars. It became so popular that it had made over four million dollars in the US but had made over seven million dollars world wide in the box office which put it as the number one movie of the year in 1977 by about four million dollars…

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    Train robberies, the Civil War and a damsel in distress. These are the major plots of Buster Keaton’s The General. The General premiered in 1926 and was written and directed by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman. The film stars Keaton as train-loving, everyman, Johnny Gray and Marion Mack as Gray’s sweetheart, Annabelle Lee. The General monopolizes on the success of chase films such as The Great Train Robbery to create a film that seamlessly combines drama, action and comedy. In fact, these three…

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    We find an ever-increasing share of Hollywood movie production devoted to fantasy, and, as is so often the case in semiotic analysis, such a shift, or difference, points to cultural significance. Filmmakers have been providing Americans with entertainments that have both reflected and shaped their desires for over a century. There are three aspects of films widely the culture industry, interpreting the signs of American Film, and Movies as metaphors. Long before the advent of TV, movies…

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