James Brolin

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  • Essay On The Movie Crash

    In my opinion, Crash was an excellent movie, which contained lots of climaxing scenes that ended with some happy endings. The movie crash takes its viewers through several events and through numerous races lives. Crash makes a clear point to the viewers that the movie is about racism. From every scene they do a great job of showing different situations that different races went through. In the movie there are clearly differences in race and personality through every scene. However, even though there are differences through the characters I feel that there are two characters that in my opinion had some strong connections, judging by their lessons that they learned. I feel that officer John Ryan and Farhad both had strong connections in regard of something that happened in their own lives. For example, Farhad is an Iranian shop owner that had his store vandalized. This happened because he argued and was told to get his door fixed by Daniel the locksmith. I replaced the lock! You got to fix the fucking door!” said Daniel. “You cheat! You cheater!” replied Farhad. “Fine, don’t pay. Have a good night!” What? No! Wait! You come back here! You fix the lock! Come here, you fix my lock! Fix the fucking lock,” yelled Farhad. Farhad did not speak English very well and didn’t understand, leading him to go on a rampage. When Farhad got his store vandalized, he automatically came to the assumption that Daniel was responsible behind everything because of the rampage that both of them had…

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  • Treasure Island Research Paper

    Day 1: We woke up at 5:00 am in the morning so we could check in to the Paradise Pier at Disneyland and took the I-5 freeway. There was a bit of traffic so we didn't arrive until 7:30 am. We went straight into the park and had fun. We had to get up early the next morning so we had Jack-in-the-Box and went straight to bed. Day 2: We set off for universal studios the next day after we checked out of the paradise pier at 6:00 am. Although it was only 35.6 miles we wanted to get there early so we…

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  • Descriptive Christmas House Research Paper

    I say high to everyone and then walk back through the Sasquatch sized door and walk down the hall to the living room. As I enter the room I 'm greeted by a sweet citrusy pine smell that makes the setting complete. I sit down facing the tree looking beyond into the black abyss and twinkling lights. I pull out my grandpas fly fishing book like I do every year. I read the cover, “ The Complete Angler” by James Prosek. Every year I can never seem to finish the book but I get closer every year. This…

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  • Description Of The Groundhog Day

    That night, I went to bed and my mind was racing. Our plan was set in place. As the clock struck midnight, I quickly snuck out of bed and got dressed. I was so anxious. I wanted to be ready at a moment’s notice. It took less than two minutes to put on a thermal shirt, a sweater, jeans, and heavy wool socks. I laid on my bed, staring at the ceiling, counting down the minutes. At 12:50 on the dot, I heard muffled noises outside my window. I sat up and looked outside. There was James and his…

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  • Personal Narrative: Rasta Man's Cousin

    Rasta Man’s Cousin And Another Dream One day when I went out to get something to eat, I bumped into Rasta Man’s cousin. She told me that he had been asking about me and she asked if I wanted his number. I told her no. She was like girl, you better go ahead and get that money. I told her again no thanks. She was like I’m gonna tell him you acting funny. I just smiled and walked away. Weeks later after encountering Rasta Man’s cousin, I had a dream. I was awakened out of my…

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  • Soccer In America Speech

    teacher, Mr. James. I say, “Hello, Mr. James! Lucky day! Guess what? It’s me! Francisco!” Mr. James says, “Yes, I see that. Please sit down. It’s time for our very first test. You did do the pre-reading, right?” I say, “I did not do the pre-reading. Or the reading. Or the post reading. I did not do any reading at all because it is summer and that is just wrong.” He says, “Well. Here’s your test. It is fill-in-the-blank. Good luck. Please, sit down.” But I cannot sit down. It is not…

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  • Confidentiality Essay

    Mr. Wilson and I sit down to start his assessment. I explain what the assessment is for and confidentiality. We first start by obtaining personal information. He gives me his full name, his address, and talks about his wife who passed away. While talking about his wife I asked if he had other family members. Mr. Wilson told me he had a daughter and a pet dog. He told me he used to work as a farmer but know he just enjoys siting with his dog on the porch. I asked if he had any close Nabors…

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  • The Professor And The Madman Analysis

    Simon Winchester’s book, The Professor and the Madman, is a tale of tragedy, insanity, and academia. The book tells the story of two men, Dr. James Murray and Dr. William C. Minor. These men were very similar in nature, but led very different lives due to circumstances of environment and mental health. Dr. Murray was a lifelong academic, always pursuing education. Dr. Minor was a surgeon for the Union Army in the United States Civil War, who grew increasingly madder until he murdered a man in…

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  • Literary Techniques In The Turn Of The Screw

    Literary Techniques and the Horror of The Turn of the Screw One purpose of Henry James’ gothic novella The Turn of the Screw is to instill fear in the reader. There are several features of this work that make the story horror inducing; first, James’ deals with the idea of the corruption of innocence of children. In the story’s opening chapter, the observation is made that the corruption of a child in a ghost story “adds a particular touch” (James 115). Fear is also associated with the…

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  • The Theme Of Slavery In James Joyce's Araby

    Through the Eyes of the Innocent Written in 1905, and first published in 1914, James Joyce’s “Araby” is the tragic story of a young, nameless boy’s first infatuation with an older neighborhood girl. He lives in a dreary world dominated by the Catholic Church. Without understanding, the boy’s great adoration for the girl quickly becomes an obsession. As the narrative progresses, the boy thoughtlessly swears to the girl he will bring her back a present from the town’s bazaar. Because of his…

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