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    martial arts action film, Kill Bill: Volume 1, characters have highly complex ethical dilemmas that lead to extremely challenging choices. An ethical dilemma is one in which an individual has to choose between two alternatives, both of which are morally right but in conflict. Morals and ethics are inseparable. They both deal with demands of right and wrong. Resolving ethical dilemmas are rarely simple and very often involve revisiting related dilemmas that recur within societies. This article will discuss some of the ethical dilemmas of different characters in this American martial arts action film. The first character is Uma Thurman as The Bride (Black Mamba). The Bride is the protagonist of the film. She is a very deadly woman and a former member of the Deadly viper Assassination Squad. She seeks revenge on the Deadly vipers after they tried to kill her and her unborn child in a wedding chapel. She abandons her life as a skilful hired assassin for the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad upon realising she is pregnant with a…

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    Warriors in both the Greek classical tradition and Quentin Terentino’s movie, Kill Bill, represent the glorification of mimetic violence, vendetta and the conversion and mutilation of the enemy warrior into a state of bloody, pre-existence. However, whereas in classical myth male warriors were culturally expected to perpetuate violence and construct their heroic identity in opposition to their mother, the warrior-bride in kill bill constructs her heroic identity in accordance with her maternal…

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    Kill Bill: Film Analysis

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    series Kill Bill, directed by Quentin Tarantino, was released in 1994 and follows the storyline of Beatrix Kiddo, who seeks revenge upon her five worst enemies and presumed killers of her unborn child. On the surface, this film seems to be just a bloody, cut-em-up Tarantino film, but when a feminist critical lens is applied to the film, some things become a little more apparent, such as the underlying implication towards Tarantino's progressive viewpoint on women’s roles in society. The main…

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    Kill Bill: Volume 1 is about a woman and her journey for vengeance against the people who killed her husband and her friends. The film benefits from auteur criticism because the director, Quentin Tarantino, has a very unique style that he uses in not only this film, but in all of his films. For example, Quentin Tarantino uses the use of tracking shots to his full extent. In Kill Bill: Volume 1, he uses a tracking shot when the Beatrix sneaks into a club bathroom. The tracking shot is used to…

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    interlinking of characters appearing in each other’s stories. “Pulp Fiction is made better than it would have been if Tarantino had made any one of the three stories within it into its own solo feature-length film.” Tarantino’s movies illustrious for his use of non-linear pattern in his postmodern movies by creating hybrids and diversion in his movies, including as Kill Bill (2003), Reservoir Dogs (1992), and Django Unchained (2013) In his movies Tarantino uses flashbacks to give more depth and…

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    For some, Toshiya Fujita’s revenge film “Lady Snowblood” will inevitably be linked to Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill vol. 1”, for which it was a major inspiration; Tarantino borrowed aspects of the plot and narrative structure, used the song ‘The flower of carnage’ and let the cinematography inspire him. For all the influence “Lady Snowblood” had on Tarantino, it might be surprising to conclude that the two “Lady snowblood” movies have an anomalous character in Fujita’s oeuvre, as nothing he…

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    Online Fraud Case Study

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    ISSUE Under Arkansas case law regarding the tort of fraud, does an online purchaser of a sword have a claim for actual fraud, when (1) the sword that the seller displayed online turned out to be a replica; (2) the seller was gifted the sword from his brother, and only pulled the sword from the sheathing once prior to placing it in storage; (3) the seller afforded the buyer the opportunity to inspect the sword prior to the sale but the buyer declined due to time constraints; (4) the seller…

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    Known for being an atheist, Tarantino has shocked audiences with his gory, vulgar, and violent films that tend to use strong religious themes. Being one of my favorite writers/directors, his use of subtext drew me to analyzing some of his biggest films. Nearly every film he has released to the public has used religion, creating even more controversy. From noticing the irony of Buddhism in Kill Bill, I decided to go further and examine the infamous Pulp Fiction and one of his newer box office…

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    fixed many pounds of computer that residents would normally throw away. Then, he made electronic stations all over the world. Alex Lin first started to do something about e-waste in fifth grade after the 2004 Wall Street Journal article. Only 18 percent of computers and televisions were recycled in 2007. More than 300 of the fixed computers that Alex Lin fixed, was donated to students without the privilege of having a computer. Alex Lin explained from “Alex Lin, Teenage Activist”, “We…

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    The student government body is similar to that of the House of Representatives. Each person on the governing body gets to express their view points. Also like the House of Representatives, the student legislative body is overseen by an assembly or legislative chair. The legislative chair is responsible for setting an agenda to be discussed each week at the general body meetings. On the agenda, bills are up for vote and discussion. Usually, a member of the legislative body will propose a bill to…

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