Mila Kunis

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  • The Book Of Eli Analysis

    (played by Gary Oldman). Carnegie is a gang-master who, like Eli, is old enough to remember the pre-war world and wants to use the Bible to his own advantage. He and his thugs start to chase Eli after the realization that Eli holds the Bible he is looking for. This Hughes Brothers intrinsically demonstrates the difference between ‘walking by faith’ and ‘walking by sight’ by contrasting the different pathways of Carnegie and Eli. Where Carnegie represents someone that walks by sight, driven by egoistic interests and sole purposes, Eli comes to represent someone that walks by faith. It is important to notice that in this post-apocalyptic world, religion has been forgotten by the majority. Carnegie’s step-daughter, Solara (played by Mila Kunis) is among those who don’t know anything about religion. Nonetheless, she follows Eli because she wants to escape Carnegie’s malign influence. She is inspired by Eli’s Christian code of ethics. In a way, we can see how the code of ethics that Eli follows is absent in this lawless world that doesn’t remember any religious doctrine. Hence, the Hughes Brothers might be implying that religion is important if humans ought to behave in a civilized, ethical approach. The Cannibals (Carnegie and his thugs) track Eli and Solara down. In this gunfight, Eli is wounded and Solara is captured along with the Bible. Solara manages to break free, without the Bible and walks towards West with Eli. In the West, Eli finally finds the safe…

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  • Stephen Colbert Shares Why He Thinks Women Should Be In Charge Of Everything

    Did you know that the first computer was invented by a group of six female mathematicians? Unfortunately, this unfamiliar fact demonstrates that women’s success stories often aren’t told. However, this is only one of the many issues that are addressed in the sarcastic and hilarious essay, Stephen Colbert Shares Why He Thinks Women Should Be in Charge of Everything, in which Stephen Colbert reveals his dislike for the sexist society of today’s world. Colbert, a male comedian who uses humor to…

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  • Character Analysis: The Teddy Club

    The story starts in 1985 in Boston when John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) was eight years old, friendless and lonely. Then he wished that his only friend, Ted (Seth MacFarlane), his teddy bear who had a voice recorded message "I love you", would love him forever. John got his wish as Ted miraculously came to life. Fast forward twenty – seven years later, John and Ted have remained best of friends. Although physically the same throughout the years, Ted now has the grown-up urges and collects the same…

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  • Angelina Jolie: An Actor In Mainstream Hollywood Film

    Angelina Jolie Voight was conceived on June 4, 1975 in Los Angeles, California. She regularly shows up on numerous most lovely ladies" records. It is vital to say here that she is the most paid performing artist of Hollywood. Angelina Jolie is the prevalent American performer furthermore a movie producer. Angelina Jolie is an Oscar winning performing artist who got to be famous in the wake of assuming the title part in the "Lara Croft" blockbuster motion pictures, and in addition Salt…

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  • Psychological Analysis Of Black Swan

    hallucinations, disorganized speech or behavior, and a flattening of one’s emotions. A “first episode of psychosis” most often develops into a chronic psychotic disorder like Schizophrenia. Though it is not directly stated in Black Swan many psychologists believe that this film depicts the protagonist’s battle with the onset of Schizophrenia. Cinematically, Black Swan is a brilliant film that illustrates psychosis in a such a way that both the viewer and Nina begin to question what is real and…

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  • Love In Natalie Portman's Film Black Swan

    Like most ballerinas Ninas (Natalie Portman) life revolves around ballet. She is one of the brightest stars in the New York City Ballet Company and when the the time comes to replace prima ballerina Beth (Winona Ryder) as the lead role in Swan Lake is Nina is next. But she gets an unexpected competitor, newcomer Lily (Mila Kunis), who impresses the director with her sensuality and passion. The two rivals develop a twisted friendship. Nina becomes more and more desperate, and the question is how…

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  • Film Analysis: Black Swan

    have to write this essay. The main purpose of this movie “Black Swan” is “Transformation”. Transform one thing to another. Transform White Swan to Black Swan. This movie tries to tell us about how pressure of Nina Sayers is. She is the ballerina that almost be the best version of her life in her career because she was picked to be leading actress in bullet drama “Swan Lake” but Thomas Leroy, played by Vincent Cassel, the director of Swan Lake, want her to be Black Swan, the dark side of White…

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  • Narrative: Marah El Negomi Period: 8 Episodic Memory

    stop shaking. The examiner; Michael Douglas: “Relax, this tension will just make it worse. Take your time.” They move and start with parallel parking which Sandra complets perfectly. Marah; Sandra Oh: smiles happily and continues the test. The examiner; Michael Douglas: “Ok you can stop here” and continues to write more on the paper and then announce that Sandra passed. Episodic Memory: the day of my open heart surgery Marah;Chyler Leigh: arrives at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia the…

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  • Friends With Benefits: Movie Analysis

    In the summer of 2011, the romantic comedy, Friends with Benefits, hit the theatres and became known as a love story based on the unconventional idea of having a “friends with benefits” relationship where both individuals are strictly together to enjoy their sexuality. The two characters meet when free-spirited Jamie Rellis (Mila Kunis) uses her skills as a headhunter to recruit LA native Dylan Harper (Justin Timberlake) into becoming the new art director of GQ in New York City. Although his…

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  • Symbolism In The Film 'Black Swan'

    and surrounded by people dressed in black. This is consistent in the subway, the streets, and even most of the space around her. Then, gradually, the portion of Nina with black clothes on, red eyes, and black feathers from her back grows as the movie moves toward the end. By this part, given that most people learn from bedtime stories and many movies that the evil eventually experiences a downfall, the audiences may guess that Nina’s play might have a bad ending. Black Swan was a movie that…

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