Star Wars: Droids

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  • Analysis Of The Arch Android And The Electric Lady By Janelle Monae

    animals. Another comparison, during the slavery period when people were whipped or talked to like they were animals, and they had no voice in the ways they were being treated by their slave owners. There was another part in the video where it was a hairstylist styling an androids hair, the android looked sad and lost. The android’s eyes were moving side to side almost like a signal for help. She looked confused like she did not know what was happening to her and the hairstylist was brushing her hair in the motion as if she was brushing a dog or cats hair. Which made it seem like she can careless about the androids wellbeing. The way the android was looking she looked dreadful. There were female droids lined up singing freedom in unison and at one point one droid looked to the camera like she wanted to be free. Representation of the world how there are many people who follow another person’s actions because they see people doing the same thing over and over. Once that one person realize it’s time to control their own life, others would soon follow. Also in the video the android Cindi Mayweather were naming many words that represent oppression, than she started to jerk her body and started to rise in the air. I think it’s like when someone is just fed up with everything and lose control. At the end of the video Cindi Mayweather who were the most popular android she was moving her eyes back and forth and her body was jerking around like she was…

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  • Universal Robots Character Analysis

    An Analysis on the Humanistic Qualities of Droids Creativity in the world today seems to become more extravagant and more intricate every single day. It is clearly seen in the context of books and movies, but it also seen in the development and growth of technology. Technology not only shows humanity’s creativity, but has completely engrossed today’s society because most everything in the twentieth and twenty-first century involves robotics. Most people see technology as a service to them, but…

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  • Essay On Valerian

    Valerian: Luc Besson’s hero drives a Lexus A younger generation raised after Star Wars might think, when looking at Valerian, the film, that it borrowed many ideas from George Lucas blockbuster, but the reality is different: Valerian inspired Star Wars. Valerian, the film, picks the comic series from 1967 and mixes it with a promise of the future: the Skyjet vehicle designed by Lexus for a world set 700 years in the future. The first trailer from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,…

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  • The Avengers Movie Analysis

    Superhero movies we see them everywhere and we all know how they start and how they end, but do we actually know how the detail and plotline of a hero’s journey appear in these movies. Well Marvel one of the biggest staples of superhero franchise released their big movie featuring everyone's favorite heroes and this film was directed by Joss Whedon and grossed over 1.5 billion dollars over opening weekend. This filmed did well because of many factors that the film pulled together and let it…

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  • Ridley Scott's Science Fiction Film The Martian

    Director Ridley Scott's science fiction film 'The Martian' slammed the box office over the weekend with a healthy $55 million. The film nearly surpassed the 2013 science fiction thriller film directed and produced by Alfonso Cuarón, 'Gravity.' As the Gravity film has the highest-grossing October debut in history. The reviews that expressed great pleasure over the film strengthened Ridley Scott's released of The Martian, as the critics also called the movie among the director's best and heaped…

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  • Hancock Character Analysis

    Hello, I watched the movie: Hancock, Hancock is a 2008 American superhero comedy-drama film directed by Peter Berg and starring Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman and Eddie Marsan. The film is not based on a book. The setting is LA and New York. The film is mostly about Hancock, an alcoholic man with superhero powers, including flight, invulnerability, and super-strength. In the start of the movie, he is messy but at the end he evolved to a real superhero Plot Hancock is an unhappy,…

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  • Compare And Contrast A Wrinkle In Time

    Have you ever wondered if you can faster than then the speed of light. Well that's what they do in the story and movie a wrinkle in time, A Wrinkle In Time the movie is way better than the book. The Story A Wrinkle In Time, is about a girl Meg and her Brother Charles-Wallace. Their father was missing when Charles was just brought into the house and Meg was a little girl. A couple years later they meet these strange people called Mrs.Which, Mrs.Who, And Mrs.Whatsit. They Told them that they can…

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  • Documentary Analysis: Exit Through The Gift Shop

    made before it will vanish and he knew that Thierry can film and documented everything. “Because for me it is important part of the job to run away as soon as were done but at least with Thierry we had someone hanging around afterwards who could capture it” (Banksy). Thierry showed up at a time when Banksy realization to his art was of the most interesting things to capture. Second, is Thierry prove his worth to Banksy and gain his trust. The scene were Thierry and Banksy was in the Disneyland…

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  • An Analytical Analysis Of WALL-E, Pixar

    Back in 2008, a movie about a little robot engaging in a huge adventure hit movie theaters all over the United States. The movie that is being referenced is WALL•E, Pixar's fifth highest-grossing opening weekend film. Andrew Stanton, the director of the movie, and his team of writers, animators, and actors to create interesting and loveable characters and an immersive futuristic world. However, while the flick is considered by many as "one for the ages, a masterpiece to be savored before or…

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  • Characteristics Of My Core Family

    losing weight, thanks to a special surgery he got. I remember thinking my dad wouldn 't be the same after the surgery and it was a bad thing. Looking back I was clearly mistaken. My brother is very large for a little brother, mostly at the waist. We usually got along but we had our fights as well. My peers consisted of my classmates at the Dunmore Elementary Center. My closer friends, at the time, consisted of Eric, my best friend, Sal, Gabriella, Carly and Dana. I didn 't have a whole lot of…

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