Harrison Ford

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  • Marsh Mallow Research Paper

    plant when suddenly the door opened, and two men stepped out. They grabbed a hold of Marshmallow and took him inside. He blacked out. When he woke up, he was stuck on a pole and he was tied to it. Below, was a pit of acid. The pole started lowering into the acid. He screamed frantically for help. “AAAAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” he said. Then, out of the blue, Harrison Ford in a Batman costume wearing a fedora came swinging on a lasso/grappling hook. He also had Han Solo’s gun, and his hairdo. He saved Marshmallow, and took him to Little Caesar's. “Who are you?” Marshmallow asked. “I am HarriBat JoneSolo, but you could call me Harrison Ford, Batman, Han Solo, or Indiana Jones.” Marshmallow said thank you, and became best friends with Harri/bat/jone/solo. They celebrated and took selfies and stuff. As soon as Cookie Monster heard, he was furious. He got in an argument with Marshmallow, and they split up. But later, when HarriBat JoneSolo was sleeping, Cookie Monster kidnapped Marshmallow, and took him to the acid lab. There, they fought atop a platform above the acid pit, and dueled Star Wars style. “After Everything I’ve done for you.” said Cookie. “It doesn’t have to end this way.” said Marshmallow. They battled to the…

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  • Raiders Of The Lost Ark Essay

    why I see this movie as one of the best acting performances to ever hit the theater. This movie is often perceived as a funny movie, however it doesn’t get many of its laughs from dialogue and only a few with obvious gags. I find myself laughing in relief, surprise, and disbelief at the movie’s ability to pile one incident upon another in an inexhaustible series of events. One memorable scene that was arguably the funniest scene in the movie was when Indiana Jones was faced with fighting a sword…

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  • In The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas Analysis

    Nearly three million years ago, Homo Habilis, one of our earliest ancestors, were wary of anyone who were different in any way, shape, or form, namely those who didn’t look, act, or belong with them. For them, the ability to be cautious towards “the other” could very much have been the difference between life and death. The human condition has been prevalent in our society since the rise of the Homo species. It has been the silent voice in the back of our mind and it has been instrumental in…

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  • Who Are Harrison Ford And John Boyega's Nigerian Meal At Peckham?

    ‘Star Wars’ Stars Harrison Ford and John Boyega’s Nigerian Meal At Peckham Stars of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Harrison Ford and John Boyega shared a distinctively Nigerian meal at Peckham at the end of a day’s filming at Pinewood Studios. Being an old Peckham resident of Nigerian descent, the 805 restaurant at Old Kent Road in London was Boyega’s choice. Naturally, the place went into a tizzy at seeing Han Solo and Finn casually stroll in. The diner’s manager Emmanuel James recalls:…

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  • The Good Soldier Analysis

    The first person point of view allows Ford Madox Ford to implement different styles of rings. For example, the whole book has a conversational tone to it because of Ford's style. They wad John Dowell tells the story makes it appear like he is directly addressing the reader. This creates the conversational tone and make the story more real to the readers. Nonetheless, John Dowell sometimes has a hard time recalling specific date and events. This style Ford include make the story more believed…

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  • Madox Ford Influences

    Ford became a writer because of his parents. Both of Ford’s parents were in the literary world. Therefore, Ford became one of the best authors during the World War 1 era. Even though Ford’s career has it ups and downs, he had a successful career because of his famous literary work. Ford Madox Ford’s childhood was influenced to be an artist by his family. First of, Ford Madox Ford was born in December 17, 1893 in Mertan, England. Ford was a privileged child since his parents were both artist. As…

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  • The Importance Of Individuality In Harrison Bergeron

    Everyone is different, from looks, attitude, athleticism, and so much more. Each human has their own ups and downs, and each person works to improve themselves. In Kurt Vonnegut’s Harrison Bergeron, individuality is seen as harmful, something that encourages jealousy and low self-worth in others. However, individuality is needed to move society forward: through personal achievements and talent society will improve as a whole. To combat the talents expressed in this story many people are…

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  • The Theme Of Beauty In Harrison Bergeron, By Kurt Vonnegut

    The short story “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut was about the year 2081 where everyone was equal in every aspect. Those who were brighter, talented or with advantages were provided with handicaps that prevented them from being greater than anyone and equal to everyone. Although that was the literal text there were infinite messages in the story that were not direct, but had a meaning behind the literal text. Some could have understood this text differently based on the information known…

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  • Analysis Of Harrison Bergeron, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

    The short story Harrison Bergeron Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. is about a dystopian society in America were inequality has been diminished. The short emphasizes the idea of everyone is created equal. The setting in the story and the film 2081 by Chandler Tuttle is vague since its, George and Hazel Bergeron 's living room where they are watching TV. The year is 2081 the golden age of equality, possibly in the evening. The setting is impactful in the story because it represents the result of the equality…

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  • Harrison Bergeron Vs 2081 Analysis

    Harrison Bergeron versus 2081 We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Thomas Jefferson. We in the United State hold this line of the Declaration of Independence to be a pivotal part of our country. We have went to war many times to uphold the right that everyone to be equal. Many men and women have died to help ensure that…

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