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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 completely understand. One of the most nostalgic movies in history, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, contains many disguised philosophical themes that many viewers have overlooked for multiple decades. The philosophical theme most relevant in the Star…

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  • Analysis Of Cameron's Life: Episode VI A New Hope

    Cameron’s Life: Episode VI a New Hope. In life there are many definite ends like finishing a bowl of pasta, finishing a 4-5 page paper your professor gives to you to finish in two days (I know, what the heck), or leaving a soccer club. At these ends, there are beginnings, eating more food because that 's all I do, starting another paper (Please don 't), and going to a new soccer club. During the intervals between a definite start, and definite ending, there are many small beginnings and…

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  • Masterchef Case Study

    around the world have now created their own version of the competitive cooking competition. Nevertheless, even though they all have their own distinct techniques, traditions, and aesthetics the outcome is the same—to find the next “MasterChef.” MasterChef has become extremely popular particularly in two countries: the United States and Australia. Though, the US version is loosely based off of the Australian version, both still have their own ways of employing editing techniques, film techniques,…

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  • Man In The High Castle Analysis

    The development found in television drama’s are essential for capturing the audience. The show itself has its unique characteristics that will captivate viewers who are seeking structural expansion. Personally, I never developed an outlook that would require a sensible narrative. I was more focused on the scenes that held action scenes in their episodes. Recently, it became a priority for me to become more selective in the narrative composition. I knew that it held much more weight since it…

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  • Final Film Critique: Star Wars: Episode IV-A New Hope

    versus evil, which takes place in galaxies far, far away. It tells the story of a young light-sword toting warrior monk, or Jedi, who would leave his outer-rim planet as an orphan and embark on a quest to fulfill his destiny to restore order to the galaxy by leading a rebellion against the evil empire. Science fiction is broadly defined as a film about the future or alternate realities, often but not always set in space, and frequently incorporating horror elements, science-fiction movies are…

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  • Binge Television And Its Effects On Social Life

    time. I would rater go to my room and watch Netflix on my TV in bed rather than talking to my family or hanging out with friends. This had made my social life go down, it has allowed me to become lazy, and it has even effected my health. I realized, I had an obsession to binge watching when I realized that I started ignoring my family, due to wanting to watch my new favorite TV show. I would watch three episodes in one sitting before getting up and doing something. Those three episodes started…

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  • Freaks And Geeks Analysis

    Determined to abandon his nerdy self image, Steven uses college as an opportunity to reinvent himself. Each episode follows Steven and his dorm mates as they try to navigate their new college lifestyle. Due to their wide-eyed freshman nature, Steven and his dorm mate’s inexperience provides the main source of the shows conflicts which often end with comical results. Originally Undeclared was broadcasted on the FOX network. In the historical context FOX’s objective was to control the 18-49 age…

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  • Character Analysis: Knot's Landing

    Knot’s Landing had many protagonists throughout its 14 year run, and the episode in question had at least 12 protagonists. That may seem like a lot of protagonists to follow, but the show does a good job of simplifying this, by making the characters already related to one another in some way or another. Here are a few examples, Val and Gary are married; Lilimae is Val’s mother; Joe is Karen’s brother; Diana is her some and Abby is her sister-in-law. Having the characters be related to one…

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  • Malcom In The Middle Character Analysis

    The mother then goes on by giving the boys a lecture. In this episode, Malcom also gets told he has a high IQ. In one of the scenes of episode you can tell the house is a mess and disorganized. The mother is trying to do the laundry with no top on. The mother also tells the boys to get the door when the doorbell rings however; instead they start fighting. The mother ends up opening the door with no top on. While at the eating table, the mother states about Malcom high IQ and how she is so…

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  • Steven Johnson's Article Watching TV: Worthy Or Not Worthy?

    Also, it describes the mental process of the audience, and how this was changed by introducing more complex and expanded episodes that gives the audience the taste of predicting the outcome of the episodes. This outline reflects examples of such programs which it clearly differentiates from the one of today. Yet, Johnson argues the exaggeration of the viewers that violent and explicit content shouldn’t be view by young ones which might lead to an unpredictable behavior or just simply they are…

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