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    they found a trap. As both of them feel while screaming, Steve saw some Iron which means there in a mine. “Ouch, that hurt” said Steve “Yeah and now were stuck in a mine” said Alex. Alex knows that kind of trap, Alex just realized Doctor Bad and Doctor Bad ET brought them here. “Did you bring…

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    The Hurt Locker showcases the experiences of a United States Army bomb squad stationed in Iraq after US invasion of foreign soil. On the surface, the film is ostensibly a story based on the actual experiences of a journalist embedded with US military forces in Iraq. If audiences choose to dig deeper, there are multiple meanings that can be drawn from the storyline. Its most noticeable theme is established immediately with the film’s opening quotation, “The rush of battle is a potent and often…

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    The Hurt Locker

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    Like many movies I have seen before “The Hurt Locker” begins with a quote. The quote states simply “War is a Drug.” Although not true for everyone, some find it almost impossible to return home and begin their normal lives once again. For Staff Sergeant William James played by Jeremy Renner, war was a drug, and it was as if he found pleasure while under enemy fire and defusing bombs. There are two main reasons why “The Hurt Locker” is such a standout film. One reason being that James was…

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    Growing up, I had many problems with my left leg and foot. Looking back, going back and forth to the hospital and doctor’s appointments really made me into much stronger person that I am today. As a result, it made me want to become a nurse so I can help other people out the same way those doctors and nurses did when I needed help. I had multiple surgeries done on my leg which prevented me from doing a lot of activities growing up. At the same time, I feel like I let my leg problems get in the…

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    An epigraph appearing at the start of The Hurt Locker states ‘The rush of battle is often potent and lethal addiction, for war is a drug’ – Chris Hedges, this quote sets the scene for the movie as we see the negative consequences that war has on the people involved. Kathryn Bigelow has directed the two war films, The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty in which she has a very clear style which can be analysed to make meaning of the texts. Both texts explore the idea of voyeurism and are focussed on…

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    The Hurt Locker Essay

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    we see a reflection of ourselves in the character as they are always looking to improve themselves or overcome a major conflict in some cases. A flawless protagonist leaves nothing to be accomplished, nothing to gain, and nothing to overcome. The Hurt Locker (Bigelow 2008) presents a distinct perspective of modern conflicts. However, the film would not express…

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    just getting to my prime; it was exactly where I wanted to be. I was content with my skills. I cannot even remember doing anything to my knee. All I knew was that it hurt. During halftime I put my “just-in-case” knee brace on and continued to play. After the game, as well as that night, my knee felt sore, but nothing too bad. It hurt to straighten my leg…

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    (Bevington, 2014)King Lear and elderly King of Britain decides to step down from the throne and wanting to divide his kingdom between his three daughters. Before he divided the kingdom among the three daughters, he required them to show their love for him in words. Lear waits with a prideful heart and expecting to hear kind words from his daughters it was far from what he expected. Two of King Leer’s daughters Goneril and Regan manipulates him speaking highly of him and makes him proud. His…

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    Marina, the Unsung Hero of “Uncle Vanya” “People might not remember us, just so long as God does.” (Chekhov 90) Secondary characters in literature are all too often ignored, and “Uncle Vanya” is no exception. However, in this play, secondary characters, most notably Marina, help provide balance to the antics of the Serebryakov family. She is a constant and is someone they can rely on. Through working for the family for years, the rest of the cast has learned to depend on her. Furthermore, the…

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    saw different kinds needles and some thread. When the doctor started, I was not in pain. He numbed my foot so that's why. The doctor continued. It took a long time just laying down in pain. When the doctor was at the edge of my wound it started to hurt so I told him and he gave another shot and quickly finished. When he finished I look at my foot and see stitches in a line of my foot. I got twelve stitches. Then the doctor brings a cast and I put it on my…

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