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  • Revenge Of The Sith Analysis

    The Force Will Lure You in Star Wars Fans Revenge of the Sith is a great read for Star Wars fans and for teenagers that like a great Sci-Fi adventure. “Star Wars, Episode 3, Revenge of the Sith” is written by Patricia Wrede. This novel is the 3rd episode of the Star Wars epic saga which follows Anakin Skywalker as he struggles to cope with the duty of being a Jedi Knight and the role as the secret husband of Senator Padme Amidala. An exciting novel that features the creation of Darth Vader and the birth of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. Nearly 3 years have passed since the beginning of The Clone Wars. The Republic, with the help of the Jedi, take on Count Dooku and The Separatists. With a new threat rising, the Jedi council sends the…

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  • Interpersonal Relationships In The Film Star Wars: Episode 3 Revenge Of The Sith

    their relationship; for example, individuals interact with their family members differently than the way that they would interact with friends or significant others. For this focus, the essay will evaluate the relationships among characters in a film called Star Wars: Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith. The film is an American Sci-fi released in 2005 under George Lucas. It is the prequels to the original Star Wars trilogy. The film takes place during the…

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  • Darth Vader: A Tragic Hero

    against his former Jedi-Kinight master, Obi-Wan Kenobi (1). Vader was once a courageous Jedi-Knight but later was seduced to the dark side of the force and became an extremely powerful Sith Lord(2), which is a title for people who have a deep knowledge of the dark side of the force, for the Empire. In his past, Darth Vader…

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  • Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith Analysis

    The movie I have chosen to analgise is Star Wars Revenge of the Sith, directed by George Lucas in 2005. This movie cost $113 million to make and made 800 million from box office. It’s part of the prequel series and is the last star wars movie directed by George Lucas. It has been 3 years since the clone wars first began and chancellor palatine has been kid napped by droid commander general grievous. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-one Knobe (Jedi knights) have gone to rescue palatine from General…

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  • Fighting Sith Lord Gender Analysis

    Fighting Sith Lords and Gender Stereotypes Social differences have existed in culture for as long as human history began. These differences can help define people, but at times may also create negative stereotypes. Racial minorities, the LGBTQ community, certain religious people, women, and those of different socioeconomic classes are often given stereotypes that depict them in negative ways. In this paper, women are the focus. While films often times give stereotypical traits to woman, Star…

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  • Star Wars To The Dark Side Communication Analysis

    John Dionisio HCOM 100 Shari Selnick 29 March 2017 Communication Analysis: When Anakin Turns To The Dark Side George Lucas’ Star Wars: The Revenge of the Sith is a fascinating movie that describes the concepts of interpersonal relationship. The movie provides the uses of indirect and direct communications from various characters, which are vital to the fluidity of the movie and how characters build relationships. For example, one scene that builds the interpersonal relationship of two…

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  • Comparison Of Star Wars And Harry Potter

    and hid the hero as a baby (from the evil forces) with their aunt and uncle. Both characters watched over the main hero throughout their life and became a mentor to them with their training. They have the knowledge of everything surrounding the hero’s hidden past, though, are not prepared to share all the information until the hero needs to know; this is due to wanting to protect them. They both died protecting the hero, sacrificing themselves for the cause. One key difference between the…

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  • I Am Your Father The Villain And The Future Self Analysis

    The text by Nathaniel Van Yperen, “I am Your Father: the Villain and the Future Self” talks at length about perceiving the villain of a story as a version of one’s “future self”, as in Star Wars between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. Van Yperen describes Darth Vader as a villain because Luke can see himself someday turning out like his father. The concept of the “future self” can also be applied to Junot Diaz’s work, “Fiesta, 1980.” Nathaniel Van Yperen defines a villain as someone that a…

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  • Star Wars Greed

    Dragons are found in a symbolic aspect in Star Wars as were found in the Hobbit. Anakin Skywalker and the Emperor are our metaphorical dragons in this case. In many stories, the character of a dragon usually serves as a metaphor for greed; this is very apparent in the Hobbit through Smaug but is evident in Star Wars as well. In Star Wars, the dragon is the dark side: primarily, Anakin and the Emperor. The dark side and its main leaders may appear grotesque and malicious but in fact, it is just…

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  • Anakin Skywalker Character Analysis

    as he got older he was sent on a mission to protect the queen of naboo who he later married he often had nightmares about her mother so he decided to go back to tatooine to visit her he couldn't find her he asked around and he found out that she was abducted by sand people when he found her she was badly beaten and died in her arms out of rage and anger he slaughter every sand persone in that village. He was in pain but he felt guilty that as a jedi he couldn't save her. Time past on anakin had…

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