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    Spec Ops: The Line is about the protagonist, Captain Martin Walker, who is accompanied by a Delta Force team to locate a deserted United States Army colonel John Konrad and other survivors from the ruins of post-cataclysm Dubai for subsequent extraction. To accomplish this goal, the player must traverse the city to neutralize enemy threats and natural disasters. As the player progresses, more and more, the theme begins to change as they spiral into madness. The video presented is the ending of…

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    Enemy: A Study of the Subconscious Mind Dennis Villeneuve's Enemy (2014) takes us on a journey through the subconscious mind of a man in the midst of an identity crisis. Jake Gyllenhaal knocks it out of the park with two stellar performances - playing Adam Bell, a mild-mannered history professor and his doppelgänger, Anthony Claire, a suave, self-centered actor. In contrast to Villeneuve and Gyllenhaal's earlier collaboration and mainstream success Prisoners (2013), Enemy relies on symbolism…

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    Desmond Doss: A True Hero

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    surprise. Instead of fleeing. He would lower them one-by-one with a rope and after he lowered one he would pray “Lord, please help me get one more”(http://www militarytimes.com). He would lower them from a 30-50 foot cliff (http://www militarytimes.com). Saving 75 people’s lives especially in extremely in danger situation proves that you are a hero. After the war he was given the highest medal of war. Another time that shows that Doss show he is a hero…

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    This movie tells us a lot, it taught us about fighting and war in general It told us what soldiers had to go through at the young age they were, they had to drop out of school and give up their careers in their normal lives. The movie focuses on the main character whose name is Paul he's a German soldier and it shows us what does soldiers had to go through on a normal basis it showed us how many soldiers died from the most silly mistakes and how many could've survived if they would just follow…

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    It was a cold brisk morning when my squad and I started our journey to Gallipoli, there were three young guys in front of me, with five others behind. We were all waiting silently, some of us were looking out for enemy snipers and mines in the water. Were about to hit the beach, I can hear gunshots and people shouting “medic!” at that moment a bullet whizzed passed skimming my helmet.All the sudden bullets were coming left right and center, “get down, we're taking fire” it was too late for some…

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    Saving Private Ryan is an epic war film detailing the search for a single soldier so his family can still have one son left after the war. The film focuses on the inter character dynamics of the squad from the landing at Omaha beach to the final battle at the bridge. As the group moves from place to place looking for Private Ryan, they are exposed to the various emotional horrors of war that rival the physical horror of the beach assault. Once the remaining soldiers find Private Ryan, instead of…

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    human life. People feel the need to glorify it, in order to process it, to be able to justify it. This is normally done by incorporating fictional characters perusing heroic deeds to distract from the true terror. In the World War II drama, Saving Private Ryan produced in 1998, this film also falls prey to the necessity…

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    Passchendaele is a Canadian war film portraying the life from the perspective of a soldier. Sergeant Michael Dunne was in the Battle of Vimy Ridge, where he was wounded and sent home as a neurasthenia patient. While being treated, he falls in love with his nurse, Sarah Mann. David Mann, Sarah’s younger brother, decided to ask his girlfriend, Cassie Walker, father’s permission to marry her, but gets rejected in front of a crowd as he is not in the military. He is told that he must be enlisted to…

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    Bridge Of Spies Essay

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    Passionately directed by Steven Spielberg, “Bridge of Spies” doesn’t belong to those conventional espionage thrillers we normally come across with. The film, which recreates a laudable true story, counts with brilliant performances by Tom Hanks, Spielberg’s habitual first choice, and the highly praised English stage actor Mark Rylance whose brief appearances and words are simply unforgettable. The script by the Coen brothers and Matt Charman, despite lacking vigorous action scenes, reveals a…

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    The Longest Day VS Saving Private Ryan Over the past few weeks we’ve watched several movies pertaining to different historical battles and wars that have changed our world over time. Two movies that we recently spent time watching were The Longest Day and Saving Private Ryan. Both of these films depicted D-Day which occurred during World War II. Throughout this essay I will compare and contrast the two films. Some of the differences include: the movies effects as well as their storylines. Some…

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