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    My First Job Analysis

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    shows me that they see my potential. Things are going good, so far, the one part of this internship that I see myself taking time to get use to is working at a desk all day. From time to time members of the team and I walk around the building and socialize with employees’, it is like a mental break. I am an active student so I do not find much thrill in staring at a computer for eight hours, however, this is still a great opportunity to improve my knowledge and computer skills; so I will take as much from this internship as I can. I know for sure that whichever career I choose to do in the near future, has to involve some sort of hunting down a high profile criminal in a foreign country, like a scene from the movie “Taken” starring Liam Neeson, one of my favorites. I can definitely see myself active on a crime scene, very hands on. However, I do not think my parents would be too fond of their 20 year old daughter chasing a high profile criminal, so for now, I will dream.…

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    Schindler's Scene Analysis

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    The Girl’s Scene with the Red Coat in Schindler 's List The scene featuring the girl with the red coat in Schindler 's List (Steven Spielberg, 1993) is of the most recognizable scenes in late twentieth century cinema. It is often understood to encapsulate key aspects of the Holocaust, its brutality, and its effects on the lives of the people caught up within it. At the time, the scene deals with the paradoxes of memory, memorial and what may appear to be a sense of personal inability when…

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    Schindler 's List (Steven Spielberg, 1993) is perhaps one of the greatest films in the late twentieth-century cinema. It encapsulates the brutality of the Holocaust as it evokes memories of atrocities of the World War II and a sense of inability to save innocent people. The film is shot in monochrome as Spielberg thinks it is more "realistic" and “closer to [a] documentary” of that time (Shandler 156). According to Jeremy Maron, Schindler 's List should primarily be understood as a melodrama; a…

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    In this suspenseful novel, The Sniper, by Liam O'Flaherty you will see how the author uses words to speed up, slow down the tempo, and use a rapid succession of conflicts in his story to see how he creates the theme of suspense. In his story, a student is waiting on a building in the middle of a war between the Free-staters and Republicans. It tells of how he faces danger many times throughout and what obstacles he goes through like being shot at by another sniper only to find out that the other…

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    Suspense In The Sniper

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    John .F. Kennedy one said "Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind." Although war has destroyed many homes, towns, cities, and countries,it most importantly it destroys people. In this story, a lone sniper fights for what he believes in. The sniper is shown struggling as he fights to escape the enemy's sniper. In the short story,"The Sniper," Liam O'Flaherty uses setting, imagery, and pacing to create a feeling of suspense for the reader. The setting of the story is…

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    TV Series: Family Guy

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    Irish” Peter shows that he can be funny because of his many remarks throughout the whole episode. Such as when he says “Hey, you know this old woman who lived in a shoe, she had so many children, she didn't know what to do? I got something she could do. Get your tubes tied, you kook! Hey, how you doing on that chocolate milk? You need a little freshen-up? There's my little sweetie.” Even though the episode is based around the whole idea of Peter being able to beat up Liam Neeson he says many…

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    Super Bowl 50 Commercial

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    In my opinion, the best commercial of Super Bowl Fifty was the NFL’s Super Bowl Babies commercial. This commercial caught my attention because of the message behind the advertisement. The message that “Football is Family,” resonates with the viewers because it shows that the National Football League cares about more than just the business side of their corporation. Super Bowl Babies commercial showed that the NFL has a set of morals behind their business that are family friendly and a good…

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    would open his factory employ Jews at starvation wages. This was his chance to become a successful millionaire! Schindler( Liam Neeson) likes to dress fancy and attend night clubs weekly to get on the good side of people. He buys Nazi officers and their girls caviar and champagne to get pictures with the top brass. Schindler has pristine black market contacts and is capable of finding cigarettes and brandy. He wants to start a factory selling kitchen utensils for the military to use.…

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    To be honest, I was feeling a bit defensive. I had a small can of mace in right jacket pocket ready in case I would need it; I had my purse close to my body and tried to channel Liam Neeson’s facial expressions from the first Taken movie. It didn’t take me long to realize that was being a little uptight. I wasn’t traveling in Europe using my ex-CIA skills to find my lost daughter, I was walking around St. Paul and looking at people. This wasn’t a war zone, it was a street; a street with people…

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    however people should actually look into the product before buying it rather than just buying it because the celebrity uses it. Someone who agrees with the author might say that it is unethical to use a celebrity for advertising. Jozui explains this by saying, “This kind of marketing is misleading and insults the intelligence of the audience.” People are insulted because they just go and buy any product with a celebrity's face on it. People can be insulted by this but the should actually look…

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