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  • Analysis Of Tim Burton's Superhero Movies

    Tim Burton’s (1989) is a typical Hollywood superhero blockbuster and it was very successful. Most superhero movies such as and have similarities that main characters have superpowers and live a double life as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Most of them are about the good triumphing over the evil and also follows this formality. The only difference is that Batman made and raised his power by using fabulous power with his own choice and volition. The success of series created other superhero…

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  • The Joker Scene Analysis

    Scene: When the Joker crashes Harvey Dent’s fundraiser and targets Rachael Dawes because no one knows where Harvey is. The 360 degree turn of the camera emphasizes Rachel’s struggle to over power the Joker and his struggle to maintain it. The Joker has his knife at Rachel 's mouth to not only show his dominance to her but to how that while he looks silly dressed like a clown, he is serious. While he knows that the rich guests are not scared of him, a criminal, he does not try to instill the…

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  • Native Americans Vs. Non-English Speakers

    Language is a tool we use to create the life we desire. Living in the United States means having to speak English. Glenn Davis, in Speaking English Right, says “English speakers in the United States earn more money than non-English speakers.” As in today companies are looking for people with good social security numbers and as we know most Mexicans that weren’t born in the United States don’t have social security numbers. My aunt was born in Mexico in a small town call Ixcatiopan. Coming to…

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  • Biological Grandmother Narrative

    The fragrant smell of cookies fresh out of the oven and the faint sound of humming over Saturday morning cartoons. These were a few of the things that I associated with grandmothers when I was younger. Red lipstick kisses and stern smacks on the butt when a child was in trouble. These were also things that I correlated with grandmothers. Growing up as a member of the black community, I was fed the community narrative that the grandmother is the root of the family. She provides warmth, wisdom,…

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  • The Dark Knight Film Analysis

    The Dark Knight is a story about a well-known superhero, Batman, and his crime fighting adventures against villains, specifically, the Joker. There are a lot of different points in this movie that prove it really is an outstanding piece of art. Rotten Tomatoes, a website that gives a percentage rating based off of positive review ratings, gave The Dark Knight a 94 percent. There are a lot of things done well, like an interesting plot, well developed characters, thrilling scenes, and excellent…

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  • Brenaffleck Research Paper

    August 22nd 2013 around 10 o’clock at night, the announcement that many cinematic comic book fans have long been awaiting arrived. With this announcement came many “boos”, and cheers, some misunderstandings and hatred. This is because actor and director Ben Affleck was awarded the role to play the new incarnation of the famous caped crusader Batman. His role as Daredevil, another costumed do-gooder, is one of the reasons that he is being doubt for the role. I myself was among the first to hear…

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  • The Dark Night Film Analysis

    The Dark Night trilogy set the gold standard for the characters Batman, and the Joker. Every casual movie goer or critic would tell you that the most recent portrayal of each of these characters isn’t as good as the Dark Night Trilogy characters. With the flop of Man of Steel, and Batman vs. Super Man, Warner Brothers, the company making DC films, wanted to take a lot of control away from directors, and unfortunately the first movie to take such directions was 2016’s “Suicide Squad” by David…

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  • The TV Show South Park: Momor Or Humor?

    If you have ever caught an episode of the TV show South Park, you undoubtedly thought it was a senseless animated show filled with ill humor and offensive jokes. And most don’t blame you. Yet, South Park is more than just pessimistic humor. What some individuals fail to comprehend is the show is actually a satire, meaning they ingeniously poke fun at a wide-spread array of subjects. Conversely, because of this, South Park has been a theme of disagreements as well. The TV show has been critiqued…

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  • Who Has Damaged Muhammad More Analysis

    The political cartoon titled “Who has damaged Muhammad more?” by Signe Wilkinson that was published on 08/01/2015 speaks so much truth about Islam in this day and age. As a Muslim I greatly appreciate that the artist did not put a picture of the prophet because it is forbidden to do so and there is a reason behind it. In Islam, there is always a reason why something is “Haram” in this case pictures of the prophet is forbidden because the prophet feared that people would worship his image…

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  • Charlie Hebdo Political Analysis

    The Charlie Hebdo Shooting through Carl Schmitt Carl Schmitt, a 20th century German philosopher has many interesting claims and ideas in his essay The Concept of the Political. In his essay, Schmitt explains the concept of the political and its difference from the other “endeavors of human thought and action” (Schmitt 25) and his views on the ideals of the enlightenment. Schmitt, in his essay The Concept of the Political takes the time to define for us the concept of the political. While…

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