Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

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  • The Star Wars Saga

    The Star Wars saga is such a phenomenon in American that it has become part of American pop culture. Just by references or symbols from the movie, people already connect it to The Star Wars trilogy.The Star Wars saga is well known and easily recognizable by everyone of different culture and has impacted the economy positively. Because of the concept of galactic fantasy, it made Star Wars sequels and prequels more more enjoyable to any age group. The saga is very appealing because of the galactic fantasy and its installment of real life issues of people, which had a great impact. Even though decades later since the first film movies was released in 1977, its still has the power to fascinate new generations. I chose Star Wars because…

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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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  • Star Wars: Film Analysis

    The legacy of Star Wars still exists today partly because it was constructed by so many different philosophies and religions. The trilogy includes aspects of Taoism, Zen Buddhism, and even Christianity. Sometimes it is hard to find, but the teachings of Christ and the truth of the gospel are paralleled several times in the films in the morality of the Jedi and Luke Skywalker. With that, while the Force and Holy Spirit are alike, the Force is not the only small aspect of God in the films. Caleb…

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  • Paprika And Inception: Film Analysis

    Both Paprika and Inception are the kind of films telling the relationship between reality and dreams. Also, Kon Satoshi and Christopher Nolan are both well-known directors with a large number of fans. However, Paprika was produced four years earlier than Inception, which, in my opinion, also has the content with deeper and more complex thought. Inception is mainly about the demons story of the character which was played by Leonardo DiCaprio. It is a really simple and clear film that can be…

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  • Picnic At Hanging Rock Analysis

    different interpretation about them. But it is generally known that these supernational, mystic elements are related to Aborigines and their culture. References (1) Keesey, Douglas. "Weir (d) Australia: Picnic at Hanging Rock and The Last Wave." LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory 8.3-4 (1998): 331-346. (2) McFarlane, Brian, and Geoff Mayer. New Australian Cinema: Sources and Parallels in American and British Film. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1992. (3) RAYNER, J. 2000.…

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  • Anakin Skywalker Character Analysis

    Before i analyze this fictional character i will talk and explain who he is. Anakin Skywalker later known as daar is a star wars fictional character he was born on the planet tatooine a dessert like planet when he was a little kid he and his mother were slaves. Two jedis named qui gon jinn and obi wan kenobi were stranded in tatooine and they their ship broke down they needed a way fix it. They went to a junk shop were anakin was working as slave they couldn't afford to fix the ship anakin told…

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  • Separation And Initiation Stages Of Luke Skywalker Hero's Journey

    Separation and Initiation Stages of Luke Skywalker Hero’s Journey Star Wars is an American franchise film that changed the movie industry in 1977 with the released of Star Wars Episode IV: A new Hope. The film was created by George Lucas and inspired by the Hero’s Journey concept. Star Wars, it’s the perfect example of the Hero’s Journey. An ordinary hero who was called to adventure, experiences trials, loss, sacrifice, heroic moments, finds his purpose, and comes back with the ultimate boon.…

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  • Star Wars Rey Kenobi Analysis

    Rey Kenobi Theory In the recent film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, many have surmised that the protagonist Rey, is Luke Skywalker’s daughter. In this essay, I will argue that Rey is not his daughter, but is in fact Obi-Wan Kenobi’s granddaughter. The reasons supporting this theory are, Maz Kanata implying that Luke is not a part of her family tree, the aura Rey emits is more powerful than a Skywalker 's, thus leading to the theory that Obi-Wan is in fact, Rey 's grandfather. Rey is a 19 year…

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  • Philosophical Themes In Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

    is easily overlooked because when most people watch movies they are looking for pure entertainment instead of the significant meaning. However, taking into account the philosophical relevance is important for understanding the overall meaning in any screenplay. This statement enables people to have favorite films that they really do not completely understand. One of the most nostalgic movies in history, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, contains many disguised philosophical themes that many…

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  • Power Struggle In Star Wars

    “May the Force be with you.” – General Dodonna. “Never tell me the odds.” – Han Solo. “If you strike me down I will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine.” – Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi. “Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter.” – Jedi Master Yoda. “I find your lack of faith disturbing.” – Darth Vader Lord of the Sith Apprentice of the Emperor Darth Sidous. These famous quotes come from the epic Star Wars Saga that has thrilled millions of viewers for thirty eight years.…

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