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    Star Wars Movie Essay

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    Wars line. The x-wing offers many opportunities for imagination with its functional pieces. This version comes with six different minifigures, many of which are hard to find nowadays. The array of hero minifigures consists of Chewbacca, Han Solo, R2-D2, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, and Wedge Antilles. The…

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    Before Luke became a Jedi and savior of the galaxy he was a simple farm boy on a moisture farm. He was completely unaware that his actions would change the world around him. As the R2 unit his uncle chose had a malfunction he picked out R2-D2. This little droid would cause him to change his perspective and meet his father. When Old Ben (Obi-Wan Kenobi) ask him to go to Alderan with him he refuses because his Aunt and Uncle still need help on the farm. Luke finally goes when stormtroopers kill…

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    Mythology can be very complicated but at the same time fascinating. Author Joseph Campbell, studied myths and made a claim that almost all myth have the same ideas. Also so that heroes adventures are nearly identical in their shape. The hero’s Journey is different stages of adventure that can be found in movies, myths, and religious rituals. George Lucas’s science fiction film Star Wars and Aldous Huxley novel Brave New World clearly displays hero’s journey. In the film and novel, Luke Skywalker…

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    History on Film Star Wars Edition Star Wars became such a huge cultural impact on society for certain reasons that haven't been replicated. Whether it be for the way it changed the way people perceived sci fi by allowing almost endless possibilities of imagination. Or how the films and its studios had changed the way effects in movies today would stun audiences in their current cultures. To understand how Star wars affected and caused such an impact in the culture technologically is to…

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    rebellion against the Empire. It starts on a ship and is being attacked by the Empire led by Darth Vader and his crew. Princess Leia manages to put secret rebel information about the Death Star into the R2-D2 droid on the ship. However, she is captured by Darth Vadar and is held captive on his ship. R2-D2 and his other droid friend C-3PO escape and are not captured from the evil Darth Vader and venture for many miles until they are both found by a young, ambitious boy name Luke Skywalker.…

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    Star Wars: A New Hope

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    Star Wars episode IV A New Hope is a 20th century classic which embodies: the socio-cultural dynamic that the power balance throughout the galaxy constantly changes, a show of respect for elders on both the good and bad sides of the force, and a diverse cast of individuals all working together towards a similar goal. The film begins as a Rebel transport ship with Princess Leia finds itself flying into an area within which the imperial starship essentially forces the rebels to cede their…

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    Lucas’s TV career was very successful. In 1977 George came out with Star Wars episode IV A New Hope with Harrison Ford (Han Solo) Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca) Anthony Daniels ( C-3P0) Kenny Baker (R2-D2) Alec Guinness (Obi-Wan Kenobi) David Prowse (Darth Vader). George Lucas was a very successful man during his life. George Lucas was a very successful man. In George Lucas’s life he was fascinated with cameras and wanted to be a race car…

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    Doctor Who Research Paper

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    In the show Doctor Who, an alien travels throughout time and space in a time machine called the TARDIS. TARDIS stands for time and relative dimension in space. First off, the Doctor is an alien from the planet Gallifrey. He is called a Time Lord since he is able to manipulate time. The TARDIS is a time machine that he figured out how to use himself. The Doctor left his planet Gallifrey in a stolen time machine called the TARDIS. It can disguise itself as whatever the driver wants. The Doctor…

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    If you could choose anyone to be for a brief period of time, who would you be? A simple question you may think, but take a minute. There are so many people in the history of the world that it may seem impossible. Some may choose a historical figure like Abraham Lincoln, whereas others may choose a Celebrity like Samuel L. Jackson. In my case, I chose someone who has been an inspiration to me since I was a kid, Princess Leia Organa from Star Wars. Although she is a fictional character , I believe…

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    A mentor is a wise and trusted counselor or teacher. The mentor is a significant figure because he/she helps the hero on his journey by guiding and helping the hero. In The Odyssey, the goddess Athena helps protect and guide Odysseus on his way home from twenty years away for battle and the adventure he had. Athena provides protection when she is with him: “’ Surely I’ll stand beside you, not forget you, not when the day arrives for us to do our work’” (13, 299, 449-450). Athena helps…

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