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  • Cinematographic Elements In The Matrix: Movie Review: The Matrix

    the last fighting scene between Neo and Agent Smith, Neo breaks Smith’s sunglasses and this may represent the breaking of the matrix’s power. The dark tone of the cinematographic image seems to make way for the penetration of light as symbolic to the fact that irrespective of how dense evil may be, good will prevail. Fate is outplayed by a choice to believe. Neo is shown as an ordinary young man whose life seems ordinary and full of mistakes at first. His boss tells him that he seems to be one who crosses paths with the law and from this statement, one may think that the boss already knew that Neo is one of the protagonists together with Morpheus, who are against the matrix. After meeting with the oracle, Neo’s perception shifts towards thinking beyond scientifically theorised laws and believing that he is the one chosen to destroy the matrix. When the oracle told Neo that either him or Morpheus will die and yet when he walks out of the oracle house’s door he will forget everything he heard, Neo was not necessarily going to forget but begin to free his mind as Morpheus has told him. Fate was before Neo but forgetting it by being unattached from the system which he was part of would introduce a different truth. The film’s storyline may be compared to the literary composition of the story of Jesus in the bible. The virgin birth of Neo by the machines may be compared to that of Jesus, Morpheus as John the Baptist, Agent Smith as Satan and Cypher as Judas…

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  • Case Study: Alien Agent Smith

    From life to Smith Alien Agent Smith has landed on planet earth in search of an explanation of an abstract human concept. In more alien terms a reason not to annihilate planet earth, he has landed in Merced, California and has come in contact with a human that goes by the name of Sandra. Sandra explains to Agent Smith that she will define the abstract concept, life. When people think of life they define it as all that is living, life has a heartbeat or it breathes like plants. Although they…

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  • Allusions In The Movie The Matrix

    As Agent Smith tells Neo, "You have been living two life’s" (The Matrix). As Thomas, he's working for a software company and lives inside the matrix. As Neo, he is a computer hacker who wakes up in the real world. Neo is referred to as “the One”. “In Christian theology, Jesus Christ is the Messiah (Son of God, Son of Man, "Light of The World") who saves mankind from its sins" (John 8:12). In the Bible, Jesus dies on the cross, but later is resurrected and ascends to heaven. Christ translates…

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  • The Matrix Hero's Journey Analysis

    following day, Neo receives a package and inside there was a phone. As he places it up to his ear, a deep voice answers. Morpheus tells him that the agents are after him. That phone, little did he know, would be only the start to a very hectic journey. Morpheus takes Neo to see the Oracle. The Oracle is the one who will tell Neo what he needs to hear. “She told you exactly what you needed to hear, that’s all. Neo sooner or later you’re going to realize, just as I did, there’s a difference…

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  • Analysis Of The Film: The Matrix

    government there is more people who end up enslaved in their own minds and in return get stuck in the never ending loop that is the world of the matrix. Besides being stuck in the Matrix by relaying to much in the government and having our thoughts limited we are also living in the Matrix because we are living in someone’s version of a perfect world. In the film after Morpheus is captured agent and is getting tortured by agent smith Morpheus is told that he and his rag tag group of heroes are…

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  • The Morality Of Revenge In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

    The Problem of Moral Agency in Hamlet In order to be a moral agent, a person has to have a good sense of self, they have to know exactly who they are and how they must act according to the decisions they make. In Hamlet, the moral task at hand is revenge for the murder of Hamlet the elder. The murdered King's son, also of the same name, must be the one to avenge the murder. Before Prince Hamlet finds out the true story behind his father's death, he has his mother's…

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  • The Call Bank: The Case Of A Call Center

    distinguish performs between the agents and their counterparts, the first point an analyst might need to impose is to be able to create evaluations or metrics which are relevant to job, measures which reflect back to the performance of the associate performance and related to what constitutes a successful execution of the job tasks. The calling center relies on three metrics which to measure performance with, first is average handle time (AHT), in which here this metric measure the amount of…

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  • Shared Services Model: A Case Study

    On January 26, 2015 the University of Louisville (UofL) held a town hall meeting to announce plans to adopt a shared services model at the Health Services Campus (HSC) in order to improve business operations. Planned change is a focused, deliberate and joint effort to bring about improvements with the help of a change agent (Roussel, 2006). It is generally said that the implementation of an HR shared services model can “transform the role of HR by enabling the HR function to be more…

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  • Essay On Army Counterintelligence

    identified through previous failures. All in all, there are many things right with the Army CI and there are many things wrong. My intention is to identify one of the problems facing the profession and provide some solutions to the identified problem. The Value of an Army Counterintelligence Corps The current setup for the distribution of Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Counterintelligence (CI) Special Agents is different from most Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) in the Army.…

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  • Smith Academy Reflection

    This past Thursday I visited the Smith Academy for Excellence and was surprised at how the school worked to help the boys learn best. We learned that most of the boys come from a poverty stricken neighborhood with many family problems. Along with this, a majority of the students were African American but there were also a few Caucasians and Latinos. The age/grade range of the boys is from second grade up until twelfth. They are extremely proud that this is the first year they will have a…

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