Darth Vader

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  • Jim's Maturity In The Star Saga

    In the Star Wars saga, Darth Vader begins as a child: innocent and curious. Anakin Skywalker, who later becomes Vader, shows high levels of immaturity in dealing with the conflicts that come his way. When Mace Windu and Yoda allow Anakin onto the Jedi Council, but do not give him the rank of Master, he proclaims the wrongdoing in this course of action. In the end, Darth Vader matures and helps his son defeat the Emperor, despite all of the atrocious deeds he has done in the name of the Empire.…

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  • Star Wars Phantom Menace Poster Analysis

    young Anakin Skywalker, who is the main protagonist of the Star Wars saga, in front of a sand hut on the planet of Tatooine. There is a large shadow that is being casted on the wall behind him. Many longtime fans to the series know this figure as Darth Vader, which is what young Anakin becomes in Episode 3. The planet of Tatooine, that young Anakin, is from is a barren desert that is controlled by the crime lord Jabba the Hutt. On Tatooine, young Anakin is a slave boy to a greedy, mean tempered,…

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  • Camila Gimenez's 'Queen Daenerys'

    The poems on this anthology all have one thing in common: they are all about figures of power. In these persona poems, the poets put themselves in the shoes of powerful fictional figures and speak as them. The characters come from a wide range of literary texts--from greek mythology to a novel about vikings to Star Wars and Game of Thrones--but all have in common a powerful voice. All of these figures influence others and cause a great impact on the lives of others. One poem, in particular, is…

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  • Are Star Wars Movies Getting Better?

    Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clone’s didn’t get good ratings when they came out in 1999 and 2003. But right after that, the movie of Anakin developing into Darth Vader came out. It was called Revenge of the Sith and it went up a lot in ratings compared to the other two when it came out in 2006. It could be because it shows Darth Vader and explains a lot about him as well as where Luke and Leia came from. It had a bit of that ancient Star Wars element to it. And similarly, so does the new…

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  • The Hero's Journey In Star Wars

    A hero is an individual trusted and admired by many for their bravery, selfless acts, bold attitude, and chivalry. From the time we are children we are told stories about heroes and their fight with the villain. In almost all cases, the hero wins. What we often are not told, however, is the journey the hero must go through to overcome the villain. The journey all heroes must endure is described perfectly in Joseph Campbell’s book, Hero With a Thousand Faces, and portrayed in George Lucas’ film…

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  • The Star Wars Saga

    culture. Star Wars references are deeply embedded in popular culture; references to the main characters and themes of Star Wars are casually made in many English-speaking countries with the assumption that others will understand the reference. Darth Vader has become an iconic villain. Phrases like "evil empire" and "May the Force be with you" have become part of the popular lexicon. The first Star Wars film in 1977 was a cultural unifier, enjoyed by a wide spectrum of people.Many efforts…

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  • Similarities Between Star Wars And Star Trek

    When you first hear the word Star--, do you think, “Long ago, in a galaxy far away…” or “Space: the final frontier..”? The battle between Star Wars and Star Trek has been ongoing for many years and continues to grow with every passing generation. Despite the fact both franchise’s titles start with the same first word, both shows have many similarities and differences while still being its own different independent story. Star Trek began the path for Star Wars creation by opening a new audience…

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  • Budweiser Commercial Analysis

    The Super Bowl is arguably the biggest sporting event in the United States every year. However, some people tune in just to see the commercials. This is because some of the best advertisements are shown during this big time game. Two examples of these are the Budweiser “Puppy Love” and Volkswagen “The Force” commercials. The thing that makes these commercials different from the rest is that they make viewers feel a positive emotion towards the brands that will later subconsciously influence…

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  • Big Yeti Analysis

    The different art done in Houston is not considered art by some people. However for Shreddi's paintings isn't just art but it's a message to the people in the community, but it's believing in their individuality. In the first poster, the Yeti shows the individuality expressed towards the culture. The big Yeti takes all the importance of the image. This shows that he has to speak loudly and act differently, so he can be noticed. The two people that the Yeti is holding are his supervisors, which…

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  • Princess Leia Organa's Female Role Model

    If you could choose anyone to be for a brief period of time, who would you be? A simple question you may think, but take a minute. There are so many people in the history of the world that it may seem impossible. Some may choose a historical figure like Abraham Lincoln, whereas others may choose a Celebrity like Samuel L. Jackson. In my case, I chose someone who has been an inspiration to me since I was a kid, Princess Leia Organa from Star Wars. Although she is a fictional character , I believe…

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