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    Molly Ringwald was born on February 18, 1968, in Roseville, California. Molly Ringwald was born to Adele Edith and Robert Ringwald. Molly Ringwald was the youngest of all of her siblings, including a Brother named Kelly and a sister named Beth. Molly Ringwald had another brother, but he died when Molly Ringwald was younger. Molly Ringwald has some performing experience in her family. Molly Ringwald’s dad was a performer as a blind jazz pianist. Molly Ringwald’s mom was only a cook. Molly Ringwald had dark brown eyes, brunette colored hair, and was given the middle name Kathleen. Molly Ringwald started acting at a young age. Molly Ringwalds first acting job was at 5 years old, as a dormouse in a stage production of Alice and Wonderland. When Molly Ringwald became a little older, she was a mouseketeer on Disney Channel. In 1978, Molly Ringwald appeared in a stage production of Annie. Soon after that, Ringwald played a character who was dealing with a parent's divorce on a show called The Facts of Life. Ringwald then played a character on a show called Diff’rent Strokes. At the age of 13, Ringwald died…

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    checking those perceptions, and finally correcting errors to improve their perceptions of each other. Five individuals belonging to different socioeconomic, gender and social groups, are thrown together in a school detention class where they have already formed proceptions of each other are based their outgrouper status. The opening scenes of the movie illustrates this through conversation among these individuals about what groups they belong to and that the others would not be accepted or in…

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    Suburban School Films- The Breakfast Club Intro For my film analysis paper, I chose The Breakfast Club, which is a suburban school genre of film. This movie was filmed in 1984, and in theatres by 1985. This movie was directed, written, and produced by John Hughes, who is responsible for many 80’s movies, such as Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and 16 Candles. This movie is about five high school teenagers, from different social ranks, who stay at school to serve Saturday detention.…

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    Arriving to school at 7 in the morning is hard enough, but doing so on a Saturday for detention, is even tougher! Yet five students, from different walks of life do just this, in one of the most iconic movie of the ‘80s. Directed by John Hughes, The Breakfast Club, is a film that follows the events of five teenagers serving their time -and shenanigans- in detention, while lifelong friendships are made by the simple act of understanding and relation. In the opening of the movie, the teenagers…

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    might have assumed he had developed a secret formula for hit films.” In The Breakfast Club, John Hughes tested the bounds of comedy with “kids”. Similar to Ernst Lubitsch, he directed with an indescribable “touch” which altered aspects of dialogue, sound, setting, and mood to relate a subtle subtext. He opened with the introduction of five “stereotypes” and the song “Don’t You Forget about Me” to attract audiences into another world. The jokes came from his mind, into the characters, and onto…

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    In the John Hughes’ 1984 film, The Breakfast Club, there were a lot underlying social issues that are very relatable to teens in high school of that age range. The early 80’s film was centered around five teens who have in some way been stereotyped by not only their peers but also by their parents and other authority figures. The main theme for the film is to overcome stereotypes and develop a voice for one’s self. As we as self-confidence and self-acceptance. At the end of the film each…

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    Easy A Film Analysis

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    Easy A is a romantic comedy film written by Bert V. Royal and was directed by Will Gluck in 2010. The journey follows the story of Olive Penderghast, as she becomes a victim of the rumour spread around high school after lying to her best friend, Rhiannon, regarding a weekend affair. The screenplay is partially inspired by The Scarlet Letter, a novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, as well as containing various intertextual references from a series of 80’s films. Examples of these intertextual references…

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    As we know, Wintermute had been coming up with every tiny detail of its grand plan precisely. From the decision of choosing and manipulate Armitage to hiding the key at Straylight for twenty years for Molly to use (180). In fact, Wintermute and Neuromancer were twins, but they could not be together due to the strict Turing restriction. These two supposed to be one originally, and Wintermute had been working hard to get back to what it was designed. This was the sign of connection. Even…

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    Baptist Church and the Church of Scientology, to the terrorists of ISIS. Anonymous has only gained power. As Krauth states once again, “Anonymous hold power in several ways: notoriety, a decentralised geographical system, no sole leader to be martyred” (Krauth). Anonymous members are all over the world. From the U.K., U.S., Australia to Japan. Due to the fact that anyone can join, skilled or not. Hacker or Civilian. There is only one name I can think of, that places itself amongst all others…

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    David Shannon has always been an amazing writing and has been writing children’s books for many years. David Shannon has well over 20 books and each of them have their own uniqueness. Shannon is an amazing writer and illustrator. He knows how to draw a reader in and make them want to read the whole book. All of his books range from short books with one or two words on the page to many paragraphs throughout the pages. David knows how to suck the reader in and want to read all of his books. He…

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