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  • Implications Of LUCY

    HISTORY OF LUCY SPRITIUAL IMPLICATIONS OF LUCY Lucy the character is additionally outwardly connected with Lucy the female primate (human progenitor) that experienced 3.2 million years back on earth. The fossilized Lucy was found in Africa in the nation of Ethiopia in 1974. In the climactic scene were the White female Lucy extends her hand to touch the finger of the living Lucy primate in a shot that reviews Michelangelo's 'Formation of Adam' subtle element from the roof of the Sistine Chapel-…

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  • The Professional Film Analysis

    be an assassin in order to avenge the death of her family. The movie is the holy grail for any action and plot loving movie lovers because it incorporates intense thrilling action scenes while also mixing in an intriguing plot line. Directed by Luc Besson, The Professional is nothing short of a work of outstanding artistry, it can be compared to movies like La Femme Nikita. Winning multiple awards which include the Czech Lion Award for Best Foreign Film, and the Golden Reel Award for Best Sound…

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  • Misinterpretation Of The Brain

    This essay discusses the misconception about the percentage of the brain we use at any given time. Despite there is no scientific evidence the commonly held notion is that humans only use ten percent of their brains is the most common among neuromyths. The lesser know reality is that we have access to our full brain potential. Throughout human history, rumors and exaggerated stories spread like wildfire. They seem to be related to human fears, and the collective effort to ménage them. The…

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  • Comparing Metropolis And Blade Runner

    Set in the year 2019, with majority of the film taking place in a futuristic Los Angeles, Blade Runner is a movie about a retired police officer Rick Deckard who is the protagonist and a “blade runner”, Blade runners track down bioengineered beings known as replicants and retire them which means destroying them. On the surface the movie seems to be a manhunt movie of the hero chasing down these evil villains who have escaped and are out causing trouble, but from my view it seems to be more about…

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  • The Transporter: Refueled

    Over the span of 13 years, the Transporter series has morphed into a modest little franchise – with emphasis on the “little” portion of that statement, since three combined installments have barely surpassed $200 million (total), worldwide. Still, conservative budgets allowed for tolerant box office turnarounds, thus leading to future sequels. At the same time, the conservative budget finally cost the franchise its leading man – Jason Statham, who started in all three of the previous films.…

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  • The Human Brain: Use It Or Lose It

    Use It or Lose It The human brain is the most complex, fascinating, and mysterious thing in the universe, and it has been studied since ancient times. The aura of mystery surrounding it has led over time to several misconceptions including the percentage of the brain we use at any given time. Albeit there is no scientific evidence, the commonly held notion is that humans use only the ten percent of their brain is the most diffuse among neuromyths. The lesser know reality is that we have access…

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  • Taken Movie Comparison

    Before going to the theater with friends or family for a great action packed thriller, I may think twice before buying a ticket to see Taken. Taken, written by Luc Besson, and directed by Pierre Morel, was first released in 2009 and is believed to be one of the most thrilling action films of the season. However after watching the 93 minute film some viewers may disagree. If you have watched the film Man On Fire, you will notice the similarities between both of these action packed films, telling…

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  • Subway And Le Samourai: Film Analysis

    Public transportation is an essential part to any city, especially a city as large and spread out as Paris. The metro of Paris is not only a key method of transportation but it is a central element to the city. Living in a city comes with a certain level of anonymity that cannot be found in less populated areas. However, anonymity can be lost and through the element of surveillance, which is exactly what happens in the films Subway and Le Samourai. Transportation technology and surveillance…

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