Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

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  • Darth Vader: A Tragic Hero

    Darth Vader stands at a towering six-foot eight-inches and wears a black and bulky suit with a black cape and a belt around his waist that holds his lightsaber and gun. He wears an intimidating mask that covers his entire face, without his mask, Vader would die unless in his specially pressurized meditation rooms. His suit is made as a life support suit because Darth Vader nearly lost his life at one time when fighting 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 has encountered many changes to who he is and what he can do, nevertheless he is still a worthy opponent for anyone. When Darth Vader joined the Empire, he had to edit his fighting style due to his injuries in the almost fatal fight with his master and his newly gained suit. He has recently acquired additions to his powers through the world of Superfight and he has learned to use them. Darth Vader has many qualities that add to his power, his experiences in his past and his lightsaber and gun, his unique power of running up to 200 miles per hour in a straight line, and his new trident, plus his relentless attitude make him a very fierce fighter. Darth Vader has many things in his background that exhibit his power. Before he became Darth…

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  • Science Fiction In The Matrix And Star Wars

    Recently, some of the things that we only see in the movie actualize around us. If I argue some examples, the world of science fiction is a modern genre. Authors study science to get knowledge, to write their articles. I have watched some science fiction such as ‘Avatar, ' ‘The Matrix’ and ‘Star Wars. ' One of the movies that I will mention is ‘Star Wars.’ The SF movie, firstly, was released in 1977 and has physics, space technology. “I’m your father.” The dialogue that is from ‘Star Wars…

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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…

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  • Star Wars: A Short Story

    Juno’s hand pushed a lever on the console, and the hyperdrive jumped to life The Rogue Shadow flung itself forward. Stars turned to streaks ahead of them. This time, Juno hoped, the past was left far, far behind them. What Starkiller and Juno hadn’t seen at Vader’s capture, though, was Boba Fett’s rifle scope honed in on the force-user. It was very moving for Boba Fett. To have forced a bounty hunter, let alone a Fett, to lower his gun is an amazing feat. They may have gotten away that time,…

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  • Palpatine

    The movie opens with Palpatine addressing the Jedi Council. He informs them that the Senate believes the Jedi can no longer protect them from the oncoming enemies that face them and that the galaxy requires a military to protect those who cannot protect themselves. Therefore, the Senate has commissioned an army of clones, made with the genetic material of the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy: Jango Fett. Naturally, the Jedi are opposed to a clone army, especially one made from the DNA of…

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  • The Jedi Order

    unifying Force itself, referenced often by well wishes of harmony with the force, such as “The Force be with you”. In order to be closer with the world, one’s self, and thus the Force, members are encouraged to, “and often practice meditation”, or spend time thinking about the Force and Jedi teachings (Temple, FAQ: What is Jediism). The creed, code, teachings and maxims also hold great meaning for the members. Before or after some of the weekly online sermons and services, the author of the…

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  • Summary: Boston Dynamic's Bigdog

    far, far away, STAR WARS captured the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world. It sparked people’s imaginations. It gave them a glimpse into a strange, fantastic world far more technologically advanced than our own. People wondered if the technology in STAR WARS could ever be realized in our world—if we would ever reach that level of advancement. But for years after the release of the original STAR WARS in 1978, people’s hopes and dreams for futuristic STAR WARS-like tech…

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  • Rogue One Analysis

    It’s been almost a year exactly since The Force Awakens rekindled my dormant love for the Star Wars franchise. In that time, my fanboyness for this universe has reclaimed a spot with superheroes and The Lord of the Rings as some of my favorite things on the world. Despite that love, I was among the people who were skeptical of Rogue One, the first film set outside the saga proper. Simply put, I thought it would be pretty good. I was wrong. It is amazing. Set in the time leading up to the events…

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  • Star Wars Structuralism Analysis

    This essay will discuss the Star Wars universe from a structuralist view point discussing the use of stereotypical, monomyth narrative structures to represent the signified and myths of American culture. I will discuss the binaries of light, dark, alien, human, freedom, control and how there contrasting binaries relate to the negative arbitrary nature of signification. More specifically these differences of the paradigmatic and syntagmatic relationships in the movies depiction of plot, special…

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  • Universal Robots Character Analysis

    robotic character used throughout the twentieth century include characters like the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz, the Iron Giant, and Wall-E. One of the major archetypes used in modern stories is the portrayal of robots wanting to become human, and the characters stated above all have this characteristic. Even with superhuman power and intelligence, many robots and droids in the popular media desire to become human. Some portrayals of robots, like the one in The Bicentennial Man, desire to…

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