Disney's Hollywood Studios

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  • Haunted Mansion Vs Tower Of Terror Analysis

    location between the Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios giving them specific differences. The Haunted Mansion being located at the Magic Kingdom makes it a part of the original group of rides having been the first out of the four parks. Attractions located in the magic kingdom are either normally based off of Disney movie classics or magical unique stories designed by Walt Disney himself. The Walt Disney World website describes the magic kingdom as a place to “Explore lands of endless enchantment, where your fantasy becomes a reality” (Magic Kingdom). The magic kingdom where the Haunted Mansion is located, is a park themed by magic, history, and fantasy. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is located at Hollywood Studios actually representing it as its landmark. All of the buildings in this park are based off of real life Hollywood buildings and rides are based off of either original storylines or famous Hollywood movies. Attractions in this park are not for everyone based off of their intensity. Online Disney describes this park allowing you to “Take center stage in the worlds of Movies Television, Music and Theater” (Hollywood Studios). So, the Hollywood park is more based on Hollywood and the movies and shows that have been made their like The Twilight Zone. When comparing location, the Tower of Terror and haunted mansion have mostly differences other then both being apart of Disney World itself. The magic Kingdom and Hollywood studios carry two different themes that…

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  • Analysis: Behind The Scenes Of Disney World

    Journal Article Analysis - Journal Article Paper I chose to analyze the article written by Mathew J. Bartkowiak titled “Behind the Behind the Scenes of Disney World: Meeting the need for Insider Knowledge”. This article describes how for a price, Disney World offers many different types of behind the scenes tours. The tours cost $30.00 plus general admission for the Marceline to the Magic Kingdom tour, $74.00 plus general admission for the Disney’s Keys to the Kingdom tour and $224.00 for the…

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  • Disney World Reflection Paper

    Walt Disney World seems like an odd place to find an aspiring doctor. All of my fellow College Program interns were performers or business majors. When I told people what I was studying, they always had the same question: "What are you doing here?" My shadowing and prior experience with medicine during college convinced me that the most important skill physicians could have was the ability to relate to their patients with compassion and empathy. In pursuit of the ability to connect with people,…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To The Disney World

    The mere thought of being flung into the air made me nervous, but even so, I was too excited to think about it. Even without FastPass, the line for the ride was short and we were quickly herded into the “hidden” room which led us to the disused elevator shaft at the heart of the hotel where we would eventually board the ride. Once we were all seated, the distressed elevator box moved forward, while an eerie black and white movie played explaining what happened at the Hollywood Hotel many years…

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  • Summary: The Representation Of Blacks In Hollywood Cinema

    Introduction The representation of Africa and African people in popular American media has been a major concern in academic disciplines and the subject of numerous books and essays. Many scholars and activists have written about this issue seeking to introduce new knowledges and methodologies into the debate while taking into account the overwhelming evidence of the colonial influence on these representations. The debates and arguments are not restricted to Hollywood films (although Hollywood…

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  • The Debut Film Analysis

    culture, using the real problems and relatable issues that teenagers face. This film is one of the first films I’ve viewed which portrays an Asian culture as what it truly is. Unlike many other films and scenes in Hollywood cinema, this film did not use negative stereotypes or derogatory topics as its main base. Director Gene Cajayon is from the Filipino agency and grew up in its heritage; this reflects on the films true use of Tagalog, traditions, relationships, and cultural values. What was…

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  • Social Workplace: A Case Study

    Within the city of East Hollywood according to the U.S Census (2000) there is a population of 73,967where 60.4% are Latino, 17.5% White, 15.5% Asian, 2.4% Black, and 4.1% other. Within the East Hollywood population there is a median household income of $29,927 and 3,281 families headed by single parents. Also in the East Hollywood population the median age is 31 where in the country the highest population range of age ranges from 19 to 34 (Mapping L.A., 2016). Central Hollywood on the other hand…

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  • Formulaic Film Essay

    Hollywood film has been a dominant force in the world of film due to its box office success that comes through archetypical forms that appeal to the masses and allows for them to be entertained. The film industry in Latin America has had a more challenging time creating films that are as commercially successful which would allow the films in Latin American countries to be able to create a stronger national cinema identity. Though much of Latin America appears to be further underdeveloped than…

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  • Hollywood Informative Speech

    Did you know that Fast and Furious at Universal Studios Hollywood took a lot of digital and animated work to make? Well, first before I tell you about that… I have to tell you about how I got to Hollywood or California period. It all started on a Monday of July 15th, 2014. My mom and I were talking about how my grandma’s birthday was only three days away. But, soon my grandma came into the room like a flash, we knew she had good news because she was smiling from ear to ear. She told us that…

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  • Cinesite Case Study

    Brand Vision Where do you see your business going? Cinesite is taking steps to positively disrupt the existing studio model, bringing new ideas that deliver better creative and financial results. The world of movie making is evolving, Cinesite is implementing a better way of engaging with the filmmaking process by transitioning from a solely VFX service vendor to a studio with both a VFX & Animation service division and IP content output across Film, TV and new media. What are your specific…

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