Saving Private Ryan

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  • Mel Gibson Argumentative Essay

    The British are seen as gentlemanly fops or sadistic monsters, and the Americans come in two categories: brave or braver. Those who have a serious interest in the period will find it a cartoon; those raised on summer action movies will find it more stimulating than most. Mel Gibson stars, in a powerful and effective performance, as a widower named Benjamin Martin with seven children. He saw enough of battle in the French and Indian Wars, and was frightened by what he learned about himself. He…

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  • Career Essay: The Secret Service Agent

    Secret service agent Before Jason Bourne,before Jack Ryan ,there was Bond, James Bond , the original two dimensional ,world saving secret agent .Ever wondered who protected your money and stops numerous frauds the Secret Service.The career of being a secret service is compelling because of the multitude of jobs and opportunities.The secret service performs more task than just protecting the president.They are america's private secure banker because they protect america's currency. The research…

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  • Steven Spielberg's Life And Movies

    Steven Spielberg was born on December 18, 1947, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was the eldest of four children. Steven’s father, Arnold, was an electrical engineer who designed computers, and his mother, Leah, was an accomplished pianist. Spielberg’s father moved the family frequently as he pursued jobs around the country, but they finally settled in Phoenix, Arizona. School proved to be difficult for Spielberg. He had trouble making friends because he moved so often, and at school he was constantly…

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  • Ambient Sound In Television

    A key component in any media production is the audio. Audio within a film and television production can influence an audience to feel a certain way by complimenting visual references and creating mood, meaning and illusion through sound. Sound for a moving image also gives the production an opportunity for additional creative input and to help an audience understand the storyline in greater detail. In film, television and even radio, a soundtrack is made up of audio components that are all…

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  • Social Safety Net Program Essay

    Secondly, eliminating the “cliff effect” because families lose their benefits too fast, even though they just start to make a recovery. Thirdly, promoting education opportunities through the safety net. Fourthly, promoting families to have their own saving, so they can establish their own secure safety net. Finally, developing a task force consists of real specialists and inspectors from the authorities to help research the barriers in the system and synthesize the…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In The Pixar Animated Film Lifted

    Looking up at the vast night sky, the wonder and excitement of space captivates many people. We wonder what is out there, or who is out there? The Pixar animated film Lifted takes our curiosity and puts it on the big screen. The story focuses on a little teen alien named Stu, as he tries to pass his human abduction exam, graded by Mr. B. Stu attempts to abduct a rural farmer named Ernie. Stu, being an overconfident teen, hilariously messes up the entire abduction, amazingly not waking up Ernie.…

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  • Our Father Character Analysis

    Unsere Mütter, Unsere Väter or Our Mothers, Our Fathers is a good movie because it provides a new perspective on an old subject. Literally meaning Our Mothers, Our Fathers, marketed as Generation War outside of Germany, was a very controversial series when it came out in Europe. Generation War is a phenomenal series because it has great acting, a thought provoking story with grueling decisions, and shows the Axis side of World War 2. A German made Hollywood grade film marketed and made for the…

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  • The Imitation Game: Benedict Cumberbatch

    The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley, is a World War 2 film, based on a true story of how those of the British Intelligence cracked the codes of the Enigma, an advanced German coding machine. The film was not bashed for its historical accuracy, but some of that ease on the criticism may have been because Alan Turing has finally been given justice after 60 years. The historical inaccuracies were not major, although added up, they play a key role in the interest…

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  • Bat Of The Dark Knight Film Analysis

    Achieving Greatness: The Definition of a Great Film And the Academy Award for Best Picture goes to…The Artist! The silent film also won three other awards at this year’s Oscars; add those awards to the wide praise the movie received from both critics and viewers, and a strong case can be made in calling The Artist a great movie. However, at the time of its nomination, The Artist had only grossed about $12 million; compare that to critical flop Transformers: Dark of the Moon, which grossed over…

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  • What Is Stem Cell Research Persuasive Essay

    million Americans, and you could be next if we do not find a solution (Herold 10). The difficult decision concerning life and death confronts us every day, but what if a solution was right in front of us, would you ignore it? Maybe you are afraid of saving a life since it involves a risk. Or, maybe it is something deeper like your moral and ethical obligations. Whatever reason it is, a problem like Parkinson’s disease is confronting you, and it needs a solution. A controversial solution, called…

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