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    Who Is James Bond A Hero

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    Bond, James Bond. The infamous phrase heard from the James Bond series. The James Bond series focuses on a fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming; who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. Ian Fleming once stated, “I don't regard James Bond precisely as a hero, but at least he does get on and do his duty, in an extremely corny way.” In the nearly 50 years since he first appeared on the big screen, James Bond’s character has evolved through the actor portraying him. Throughout the movies James bond has evolved. Each actor that played him brought their own take on the character. Sean Connery brought a cold, deadly British operative with a license to kill. For Instance in “Dr.No”…

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    Moore And Rogers Case

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    The police station in Washington Parish, Louisiana, hired the first two ever African American police officers the station ever had. However, on June 2, 1965 Oneal Moore was gunned down in his patrol car with the other African American deputy, Creed Rogers. Both knew that taking the job would be uncertain and dangerous, however, Moore and Rogers were still up for the challenge. Moore and Rogers were returning from a call when their patrol car was gunned down. Unfortunately, Moore was hit in the…

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    Have ever seen the James Bond movies or books before? While watching a movie have you ever thought “I don’t agree with that?” You want to know the opinion on this movie? People have families and live together with happiness. Some people do not have families and live alone because they decided not to get married. Some people around me who does not have families say it is really comfortable being alone, if they have to care about someone else it is too much effort. Also it is uncomfortable. There…

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    The Male Gaze

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    The male gaze is the way in which visual arts depicts women for a masculine point of view. Mulvey suggests that visual media exposes a deep-seated drive known as “scopophilia”: the sexual pleasure involved in looking. Mulvey believed mainstream movies are filmed in a certain way in order to satisfy male scopophilia. Therefore, according to this theory woman are regulated to the status of objects to be admired for physical appearance. Mulvey argues that erotic scenes in films don’t have any…

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    James Bond Masculinity

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    James Bond, a man of many adventures, the star of several books and movie’s, has become the picture of British masculinity. This British masculinity can be defined by the rigorous consistency, sophistication, social elegance, physical and intellectual superiority, and levelheadedness with which Bond gracefully and timely saves the world from its unknown offenders. This ideal man is the height of British superiority and his adventures are the epitome of Anglo-centric world views during the cold…

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    The documentary, Roger and Me, directed, produced, and starred Michael Moore was about his journey to explain what happened to General Motors in Flint, Michigan. The film includes interviews from different people living in Flint that were affected by the closing of the factories and businessmen of General Motors. Moore also shows how Roger Smith, the CEO of General Motors, wouldn’t want to speak about the issue in Flint and how his choices were affected the daily lives of so many families that…

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    American Dad Stereotypes

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    profit off of an animated series that depicts American reality. But does Seth MacFarlane achieve this in the episode that first aired on Fox’s Animation Domination? The first American Dad episode called, “Pilot” which earned a 7.5 rating in Adults 18-49 and a total of 15.1 million viewers. The episode opens with a white middle class family together at breakfast with the children arguing about the significance of a degree from a community college and makes an incest remark. Quickly into the…

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    What is capitalism? Now a days the word “capitalism” is thrown around a lot, and many people describe it differently. Capitalism is a term used to portray the economic system we use today; it’s a system that builds the foundation of our country and a system that purely works for profit. The documentary “Roger and Me” showcases an Ex-journalist Michael Moore on the road to receive more answers on Flint, Michigan and the sudden closing of its General Motors auto plants. With over 30,000 people out…

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    In Michael Moore’s documentary “Roger and Me” shows a good example of corporate social responsibility as it is utilized and saw as a part of genuine living. In the movie, the CEO of General Motors, Roger Smith, lays off 300,000 laborers by shutting 11 of his plants in the United States. Following this move he expects on opening numerous employments in Mexico with the opening of 11 new plants that he can afford for the cost of at a much lesser expensive. In my opinion, Michael Moore's perspective…

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    Sicko, the 2007 Micheal Moore movie was created in order to show the problematic healthcare system in America and how he believes it is corrupt. Around America, many are sick and hurt every day, but many are not being allowed to get the proper medical attention. Whether it 's because the individual doesn 't have insurance, or because it doesn 't cover treatment, doctors are not being allowed to do their job in actually caring for the sick. By using pathos, logos, and ethos, Moore is able to…

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