Christopher Lee

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  • Climate Change In Salad Fingers, By David Firth

    Renowned for his ongoing series “Salad Fingers”, David Firth delivers yet another mind-twisting short film, “Cream.” The majority of the film is written, acted, and animated by the talent of Firth himself. However, for this project he is joined by musician Steven Ellison, whose artist name is Flying Lotus. Ellison contributed parts of the soundtrack and a few lines of background characters. This partnership yielded a nightmarish yet mesmerizing product that is sure to send viewers on a thought-provoking journey. The story starts when scientist Dr. Bellifer introduces the world to his latest revolutionary invention Cream, the “everything-fixer.” This product can repair anything from a broken leg to the engine of a car and, consequently, renders currency worthless and disrupts the world’s socioeconomic hierarchy. The wealthiest members of society form a façade which falsely advertises Cream to be a source of terror and disease in an attempt to recover their original position of power. Subsequently, chaos ensues as Cream is banned and Dr. Bellifer is sentenced to spend the remainder of his life in prison of a multitude of fictitious charges. The wrongful actions of these fictional corporate figures depicted in “Cream” do occur in society today as media is perpetually subject to manipulation and censorship. This idea of high-ranking members of society deciding the destiny of the world is an interpretation of a conspiracy theory commonly named The New World Order. The theory…

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  • Slavery In India

    exotic lands and the magic beyond the sun. As was stated above that Portuguese achieved the en route first and from there, they searched out to conquer the Indian Ocean so that anyone that shall pass through would get their ships over thrown in search of spices that would be traded across seas. Europe was determined to find a way to get to India that would be even easier. This is when Christopher Columbus comes into play, a European Explorer that would set seal due to the theory of his that, if…

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  • Colonialism In North America

    The Introduction of Colonialism in North America and the Horrors It Brought The Spanish, specifically Queen Isabella, sent Christopher Columbus to discover a new route to Asia, in order to compete with the rising power of the Portuguese. This one decision however, began the race for world colonization and would eventually lead to the death of millions of Native Americans from war, famine, displacement, and disease. The first recorded contact between Native Americans and European powers occurred…

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  • How Does Chris Mccandless Have An Independent Society

    Barbara Jordan once said, “Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o 'clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap”. Would a better world like this take Chris’ life? In the novel Into the Wild, Jon Krakauer recounted a true story of Christopher McCandless’ Alaskan adventure. He stripped himself of most of his possessions, leaving his backpack as the only companion, then sets off into the wild to find reality. Chris…

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  • Racism In To Kill A Mockingbird

    Boo doesn’t really leave his house but he does still try to talk to some of the people in the town. He starts putting gifts in the tree by his house for Jem and Scout to show how nice he really is he once fix Jem’s pants for him to show his kindness (Lee). Boo was a very heroic man and didn’t whatever he could to help once when Miss Maudie’s house caught on fire and Scout was watching it Boo snuck over and put a blanket around her. When Boo save’s the kids Scout changed her mind about him and…

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  • Examples Of Courage And Heroism In To Kill A Mockingbird

    burned out because of their inability to focus their ideals onto others. This wayward light was no more prevalent than in Atticus Finch, Harper Lee’s protagonist in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Taking place in Maycomb, Alabama, the story followed Atticus Finch and his efforts to defend an innocent black man accused of rape while providing strong life lessons for his children, Scout and Jem. Atticus however, was not the man he was believed to be. Although Atticus Finch was equipped with the…

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  • Essay On Atticus Finch Hero

    “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” This quote is written by Christopher D’Olier Reeve, an American author, actor and film director. Anyone in this world has the power to become a hero, even if it seems like the odds are against them. The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” is written by Harper Lee, which follows a young girl named Scout as she grows up through a time of racial segregation. She lives in the town of…

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  • In The Incredibles Analysis

    Cooper stole a shuttle and wanted to find Amelia. Amelia found that Edmunds is the potentially habitable world where the people was finding. She work alone and build a colony there.  Part 2: LeeMingYeung_140153445_StorytellingAnalysis Casting The director of The Incredibles is Brad Bird. Owing to the style of this movie is animation, so there are just voice cast. The major voice casts are Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Jason Lee, Sarah Vowell, Spencer Fox, Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Peña…

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  • Symbolism And Social Life In Cheryl Strayed's Boys In The Boat

    In the three novels, shelter plays a role in defining the main characters in the novel. The way characters act towards shelter, the condition of the shelter, and the actions that happen inside the shelter give it a symbolic meaning that relates to the main character’s personality and social life. In the novel, “Boys in the Boat”, shelter symbolizes the hard work ahead of Joe and the status of his family relationship. Joe, the main character, often lives in unfinished or very small…

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  • How Did Chris Mccandless Go Into The Wild

    Did you know that Chris McCandless went into the Alaskan wilderness thinking the he could survive with only a little food and few supplies? Chris thought that what he brought would be plenty to last him until he decided to leave. He also thought that he had enough experience based on his previous trips, like when he went to Mexico. Chris believed that he could survive anything. I think that Chris was wrong about thinking that he was prepared to survive the harsh Alaska wilderness. He had…

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