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    director and screenwriter, deserves no less than 4 stars because of its great use of characters, and the sound and lighting used throughout the movie. The Sixth Sense, a thriller and a ghost story, is portrayed as much more than just that. Perhaps it’s the chilliness and coldness in the air that make you just want to shiver. Or maybe it’s the way that they use almost direct silence to add to the scary feeling. Maybe it’s the lighting that always gets really dark and scary when ghosts are around. A psychologist, Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is shot in his home by an ex-patient that he couldn’t help. The ex-patient then shoots and kills himself. The next fall, we see Malcolm is fine and now has a new patient, a young boy named Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment). Cole seems to be very…

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    Forrest’s external conflicts slightly fluctuate throughout the film. In the beginning, his legs make him the subject of the school bullies. This is resolved when Jenny tells him to run away, and Forrest discovers he has a gift for running. He is then receives a college scholarship (Zemeckis, 1994). There are also three major deaths in the film: Bubba, Mama, and Jenny. All of then sadden Forrest, but he finds a way to resolve them. He keeps his promise of fulfilling Bubba’s shrimping dream, which…

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    Martin, Malcolm, and Me written by JD Lawrence displayed a remarkable production. JD Lawrence and his team did an impressive job in one hour to show the play. There are multiple things to discuss like the acting, directing, scenic, playwriting, costume, lighting, and sound design. The first thing I looked at when I walked in the theatre was how the lighting had been arranged. When we sat down and the play started the main focus is on the stage. All the lights pointed to the stage while the…

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    but in a different sense. We work for money in which we pay someone else to get our food for us, nowadays many American’s don’t hunt or garden ourselves. We have become very dependent on others for almost everything. Wendell Berry recommends those who live in the city that are not able to farm themselves to “eat responsibly.” He believes that eating is an agricultural act whereas we think of food as an agricultural product; we don’t think of ourselves as a participant in agriculture but simply…

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    This type of farming understands the use of natural resources/ chain where all the species benefits from each other. In the example of Joel Salatin’s Polyface farm. The Polyface farm was built to feed and produce goods naturally where their use natural resources to raise their animals ”....chicken crap feeds the grass that feeds the cows…… the birds dine on the insects,picking their larvae and parasites out of the animal’s droppings, breaking the cycle of infestations and diseases”(Pollan…

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    We Are The Roots With the recent uproar of racial based harassment at the University of Missouri, it makes one think about the actual advancement of African Americans. In America race is often the issue in many problems people face. In the TV mini-series "Roots" we see the struggles Blacks face from slavery up until the civil war. It follows the family line of Kunta Kinte and his generations to follow. As advertised, the author, Alex Haley, is a direct family member of Kunta. As a little boy he…

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    stays in their state for sixty days he is re-enslaved again. So, George goes to the north, but he promises to return to his family. The Civil War is very beneficial to this family. Master Murray hires an overseer during this time named George Johnson. After the war is over, the free Murray family arrives in Lauderdale County, Tennessee. Many years pass, and Tom starts a new blacksmith business from his wagon. Tom’s daughter Cynthia is the first of the family to go to college. She met Simon…

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    It is not uncommon for people to forget that many renowned influential figures originated from humble beginnings and suffered through great ordeals to become the well-known symbols of change that are written across history books. In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Alex Haley reminds the world of this fact through his beautifully detailed account of the life and hardships of the great human rights activist Malcolm X. The structure, style, and content of the novel advance the author’s purpose of…

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    as successful. Granted some farmers use pesticides and other chemicals. It 's just costing farmers money. The EPA states, "farmers spend approximately 4.1 billion dollars on pesticides annually". That 's a lot of money and there are risks to using pesticides. People can get acute poisoning, harm animals and contaminate the groundwater. The meritocratic model is best suited, when it comes to organic farming. It ensures that regulations are being followed for the safety of the peoples…

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    The weekend my boyfriend began seeing another woman, I walked into a megachurch for the first time. My girlfriends and I didn’t go to praise Jesus. We went for fun. (I didn’t know about the boyfriend yet.) My two friends, both 20-something journalists like me, were visiting me in Houston, and we considered Lakewood Church — the largest house of worship in the country and home to controversial superstar pastor Joel Osteen — a tourist attraction. We parked in a crowded underground garage and…

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