Darth Vader

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  • I Am Your Father The Villain And The Future Self Analysis

    The text by Nathaniel Van Yperen, “I am Your Father: the Villain and the Future Self” talks at length about perceiving the villain of a story as a version of one’s “future self”, as in Star Wars between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. Van Yperen describes Darth Vader as a villain because Luke can see himself someday turning out like his father. The concept of the “future self” can also be applied to Junot Diaz’s work, “Fiesta, 1980.” Nathaniel Van Yperen defines a villain as someone that a…

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  • Star Wars A New Hope Analysis

    of the rebellion against the Empire. It starts on a ship and is being attacked by the Empire led by Darth Vader and his crew. Princess Leia manages to put secret rebel information about the Death Star into the R2-D2 droid on the ship. However, she is captured by Darth Vadar and is held captive on his ship. R2-D2 and his other droid friend C-3PO escape and are not captured from the evil Darth Vader and venture for many miles until they are both found by a young, ambitious boy name Luke Skywalker.…

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  • Separation And Initiation Stages Of Luke Skywalker Hero's Journey

    Separation and Initiation Stages of Luke Skywalker Hero’s Journey Star Wars is an American franchise film that changed the movie industry in 1977 with the released of Star Wars Episode IV: A new Hope. The film was created by George Lucas and inspired by the Hero’s Journey concept. Star Wars, it’s the perfect example of the Hero’s Journey. An ordinary hero who was called to adventure, experiences trials, loss, sacrifice, heroic moments, finds his purpose, and comes back with the ultimate boon.…

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  • Philosophical Themes In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

    Throughout history, many famous films contain philosophical themes that have been completely overlooked by thousands of viewers. Philosophical relevance is easily overlooked because when most people watch movies they are looking for pure entertainment instead of the significant meaning. However, taking into account the philosophical relevance is important for understanding the overall meaning in any screenplay. This statement enables people to have favorite films that they really do not…

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  • Star Wars Structuralism Analysis

    This essay will discuss the Star Wars universe from a structuralist view point discussing the use of stereotypical, monomyth narrative structures to represent the signified and myths of American culture. I will discuss the binaries of light, dark, alien, human, freedom, control and how there contrasting binaries relate to the negative arbitrary nature of signification. More specifically these differences of the paradigmatic and syntagmatic relationships in the movies depiction of plot, special…

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  • Power Struggle In Star Wars

    you strike me down I will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine.” – Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi. “Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter.” – Jedi Master Yoda. “I find your lack of faith disturbing.” – Darth Vader Lord of the Sith Apprentice of the Emperor Darth Sidous. These famous quotes come from the epic Star Wars Saga that has thrilled millions of viewers for thirty eight years. Star Wars made its mark on the world with billions of dollars in revenues, and movies that…

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  • Summary: Boston Dynamic's Bigdog

    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, STAR WARS captured the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world. It sparked people’s imaginations. It gave them a glimpse into a strange, fantastic world far more technologically advanced than our own. People wondered if the technology in STAR WARS could ever be realized in our world—if we would ever reach that level of advancement. But for years after the release of the original STAR WARS in 1978, people’s hopes and dreams for…

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  • A New Hope Hero's Journey

    Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope is a very famous science fiction movie released in 1977 and directed by George Lucas. With only a $13 million budget and the help of computer generated effects and models they made $775.4 million in the box office. This movie follows the protagonist, Luke Skywalker, and his voyage, which shadows the 12 stages of the hero’s journey by joseph Campbell. The first stage, called the ordinary world, states that “it is where the hero exists before the present story…

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  • Orchestra Concert Report Sample

    Wars Suite" did have the four movements it was just structured in a different way than Dvořák 's piece. As the concert was going on, I noticed that in Williams work certain instruments stuck out more in certain parts of a piece. For instance, in Darth Vader 's theme the trumpets stood out more than all the other instruments. They were more emphasized. This one is also one of my favorites from the "Star Wars Suite" because it was as if I was watching the movie right in front on…

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  • Star Wars: Film Analysis

    One of Yoda’s most prominent lessons is restated in Article 39 when Luke encounters the vision of Darth Vader in the cave. The scene shows just how easily Luke is able to face the same evil fate as Anakin he gets caught up in his fear and aggression in the cave. (Grimes 117) It is not said in the text, but it represents just how easily humans can get lost…

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