Fullmetal Alchemist

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  • Comparison Between 'Fullmetal Alchemist And Gilmore Girls'

    Letters from Munich Fullmetal Alchemist and Gilmore Girls Disclaimer: I do not own Fullmetal Alchemist and Gilmore Girls. Fullmetal Alchemist is owned by Hiromu Arakawa and Gilmore Girls is owned by Amy Sherman-Palladino. I also do not own the quote below; it is owned by talented Tumblr poetry writer, Nikita Gill. Setting: Post Movie Fullmetal Alchemist (2003) Conqueror of Shamballa / Two years after the end of the last Gilmore Girl Season. Prologue "Tragedy knows no race, no religion, no age. The only thing that tragedy knows is the devastating sound of hearts breaking, as it crushes the hopes and dreams for the very last time." Munich, Germany. 1923. Everyone told him that the sky was the limit. His mother, his father, and his little…

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  • Fullmetal Alchemist Character Analysis

    “Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is Alchemy’s first Law of Equivalent Exchange.” (Alphonse Elric). Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood follows the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse on a mission to get their bodies back after discovering the power of the Philosopher’s stone. Their journey is tough and filled with a lot of heartbreak for the characters and viewers. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, I…

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  • Pollux: Created The Boundaries Between Earth And The Underworld

    Twisted Beginnings According to mythology, Pollux was the divine son of Zeus. He was an immortal man with a mortal brother named Castor. When Castor was killed, Pollux pleaded with his father Zeus to let him share his immortality with his twin brother. Castor was, therefore, absorbed into Pollux, who selflessly reincarnated his brother. Together they formed the constellation Gemini. Pollux was, however, the brighter of the two. According to mythology, Styx is the name of a river that formed the…

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  • Stray Men Themes

    The bottom line: filmmaking is expensive, and therefore, a film must be efficient in its conveyance of story. Classical Hollywood cinema depends on the idea that cinema is deliberate, pointed, driven quickly through a linear narrative by carefully orchestrated action and plot devices. Transitions are smooth and fast paced, dialogue is pithy and heavily directed, not one second wasted on narrative “blank space”. But what happens to this model when the story a film strives to tell is a story not…

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  • Daedalus Oedipus: The Tale Of Theseus

    his idea would take time. His idea was to wait for birds to drop their feathers as they flew by and use earwax to make them into wings to fly out of there, in that moment you know it is Greek mythology. Before they go out Daedalus tells his son to stay right behind him and follow his flight pattern and not drift close to the sun (Wikipedia). As they take off and fly out of Crete, Icarus gets curious and flies closer and closer to the sun, the wax on his wings start to melt until finally he…

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  • Suffering In Christian Life Essay

    simple and decorous life, but through suffers, “we know that suffering produces… hope. And hope does not disappoint us” (Romans 4:4-5, NIV) As Stetzer said, “character unleashes hope in suffering.” (Stetzer, “3 Ways Suffering Makes Us Holy”) Through suffers, people can divert their attention from hopeless cures to hope in God who is sovereign over all aspects, even suffer. Like a clump of clay needs to burn in scorching fire to become a beautiful vase, God allows suffering to occur in both…

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  • Japanese Anime Analysis

    anime because points of the story have changed, to be identifiable with the English fans and that the subbed versions stay true to the story. And yet, dubbed anime is often how many fans are introduced to anime. Dubbed fans say it is easier for them to understand or many cannot read at the speed subtitles require and a majority of these fans are younger. Even though there are fans who can enjoy both, the major sectors of American fans cannot seem to agree if dubbed anime is anime anymore. Which…

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