Darth Vader

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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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  • Faustian Bargain In Star Wars

    desperately wants—power or knowledge [...] and all he has to give up is his soul" (xxiv). My question is whether this concept can be expanded to include offers for the hero to join the antagonist. The first example that comes to mind is Star Wars. Darth Vader cuts off Luke Skywalker's hand, reveals himself to be Luke's father, and then offers Luke a place by his side that would make both of them unstoppable. Being the noble hero he is, Luke refuses. In Arrow, the Dark Archer, who is revealed to…

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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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  • Power Of Ambition In Macbeth By William Shakespeare

    Power of Ambition We humans have always desired power and in decades, our ambitions have blinded us. What we are capable of doing to get what we want, might sometimes surprises us and afterwards leaves us unrecognisable. Even though the amount of power of ambition varies from person to person, the theme has at least created inspiration for many great stories. Some, which morals I will touch upon throughout this essay. First off, we have the famous Shakespeare play; Macbeth. A story in which…

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  • Bel Canto: The Italian Opera

    Opera has always been known for bringing the most drama into the theater, but in the beginning of the 1800’s opera was split into two separate categories, the bel canto and the Gesamtkunstwerk. The Italian Opera was always more popular as this is where opera began, but the bel canto somewhat altered what opera looked like. Bel Canto was characterized by one main singer, one voice that was most prominent. Instruments were used to create a background, they were to support the main voice,…

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  • Reflective Essay: My Top Five Strengths

    Working with a group can be one of the most beneficial experiences and horrific experiences when trying to complete a project. As a growing student affairs professional I find that how a team is made up and the personalities of the team members plays a crucial role in how the team will succeed. I will discuss how my different strengths and areas of improvement help me in a group setting and where I see myself placed more than often in group roles. To discuss this topic and my position I will use…

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  • Anti Blackness In Schools

    Racism is a mainstay at any school simply because the school is a microcosm of the larger macrocosm. Society is racist. Thus, schools are racist too. Consequently, even though racism is woven throughout this literature review (i.e. the definition of racial harassment and verbal bullying or the story of a white girl saying her Black classmate’s skin was “the color of poop”), I wanted to specifically address anti-blackness. Brady (2014) defines anti-blackness as “the paradigm that binds…

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  • Star Wars: Female Protagonists In Movies

    plasma blades powered by kyber crystals, how could females appreciate such a film? Certainly, there are some female characters like Princess Leia and Padme Amidala, however, these royal beauties, quite frankly, will never compare to characters like Darth Vader or Luke Skywalker. Not many movies depict women as strong or heroic. When a major motion picture (that has the potential to set a huge precedent for…

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  • Character Analysis Of Princess Leia In Star Wars

    which she was able to sense through the Force. Both she and her brother inherited the Force from their Jedi father Anakin Skywalker. She later discovers that her mother died after giving birth and her father has morphed into the notorious villain Darth Vader. Discovering this quantity of untold truths in a person’s life can be very traumatizing, triggering a personality disorder. Such is the case for Princess…

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  • The Movie 'Star Wars: A New Hope'

    actors. Star Wars: A New Hope was about a young boy named Luke Skywalker who lived on the planet Tatooine with his Aunt and Uncle. He was inspired by a video of Princess Leia begging Obi Wan Kenobi for help because she got kidnapped by the notorious Darth Vader. This inspired Luke Skywalker to rescue the Princess alongside of his mentor Obi Wan, two robots and an elite pilot, Han Solo.…

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