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    In Star Wars: A New Hope by George Lucas contains many fantasy elements, one of the strongest being magic. In fantasy and science fiction movies, magic may be introduced as supernatural powers, the use of a paranormal energy, wizardry, god or god-like force. When a magic element is present, the characters can enhance their natural ability which results in an unexpected plot twist. In Star War: A New Hope, the primary source of magic is the Force. The Force helps Jedi’s and Sith’s develop and…

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    Campbell remarked Lucas to have perfectly integrated the cycle to Star Wars’ plot. This is not surprising at all, due to the fact that Lucas drew inspiration from the template Campbell created for his film, Star Wars. Table 1 presented below compares the stages of the Hero’s Journey to the events that occurred in the movie, A New Hope. *(Christopher Vogler’s condensed version of the Hero’s Journey has been used in this paper to view this theory from a more general perspective in contrast to…

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    Romeo and Juliet are star-crossed lovers who want to love each other freely, but in the end, it concludes that they both die by committing suicide. Romeo and Juliet are star-crossed lovers who can’t be together because of the families that they live in. Juliet is a Capulet, and Romeo is a Montague. The feelings that Romeo and Juliet had for each other were feelings of true love because they killed themselves because they couldn’t be together, they love each other over their own families, and…

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    With the 2014 LEGO Star Wars Utapau Troopers set, you not only get a great way to amass an army of LEGO Clone Soldiers, but you can also add some villains to your collection. With this multi-piece set, LEGO creators can build the ferocious Octuptarra Tri-Droid. This droid features a head that swivels from side-to-side, articulated legs, and a working missile launcher. This LEGO Star Wars battle pack features two 212th Battalion Utabau Clone Troopers and two Airborne Utabau Clone Troopers. Every…

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    What the Star Spangled Banner means to me? Well to me it is so important because, it basically stands for what America has been through.I think it is so sweet that someone made a song for America because that shows that they really care about where they live, and that they are thankful. Also it was made for the veterans that died during any battle. I think that it is respect also, that they made a flag to go with the song. I never knew what they song was really about till I saw the video I…

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    an American lets you practice whatever religion you want. Doesn’t matter what color nor what culture you came from everyone is treated equally. Francis Scott Key wrote ‘The Star-Spangled Banner” during his time of war of the year 1812. The Star Spangled Banner was a poem Francis wrote about all that he had seen at war. The Star Spangled Banner is a key to song to our country. It represents the freedom we have. Sporting events wouldn’t be the same at all without the song being sung. The fact of…

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    During the 49ers third preseason game, quarterback Colin Kaepernick stayed seated while his teammates stood during “The Star-Spangled Banner”. This has caused a lot of controversy on whether it was disrespectful or honorable, I have to say that I mostly agree with Kaepernick’s decision. Kaepernick stated in an interview “getting paid leave for killing people. To me, this is something that has to change and when there is significant change and I feel like that flag represents what it is…

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    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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    The sound effects in Star Wars illuminated the entire film, making it a gifted piece of art. Star Wars has such incredible sound effects that it is hard to compare another film to it. Jurassic Park, directed Colin Trevorrow can rival with the sound effects performed in the Star Wars movies. See a sound; hear a sound. Every time you see some action on the screen, your mind expects there to be a complimentary sound. The Foley artists from each film were exceptionally creative when they were…

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    are used to form personalities. The influence that Star Wars has on people’s lives is so massive, that there’s a celebration in Florida every year to commemorate that inspiration. When it comes down to it, Star Wars inspires more creativity and more imagination than any other movie franchise on the face of the Earth.. Culture has been rocked hard by the Star Wars universe, with the unintentional birth of many daily things to come from it. If the Star Wars franchise hadn’t been created, our…

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