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    Star Wars Editing

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    Star Wars is an all time classic movie that influenced generations of fans with its characters, score, and editing that created a legacy unlike any film before. Star Wars had the luxury of an all star cast that gave a heart to a far off galaxy. John Williams incredible score was able to bring a futuristic movie to audiences with a classic feel. Although, it was the award winning editing team transformed Star Wars into the iconic film we have today. Together all of these factors made the story…

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    by elements of Star Wars. Jedi follow the moral and spiritual codes demonstrated by by the fictional Jedi. Jedis have a hard time becoming an official religion. Jediism has a strong following do to its history, beliefs, and its ability to overcome troubles. First, Jediism was known publicly in the UK during 2001. In 2008, 23 year old Daniel Jones founded the Church of Jediism with his brother Barney. Jediism all started when early websites began drawing a belief system from the Star Wars films.…

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    Star Wars A New Hope

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    Aside from Han Solo's upcoming film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," the saga continues as "Star Wars: Rogue Nation" unleashed its very first photograph. The film's cast and crew was reportedly announced as well. Lucasfilm confirmed yesterday that the standalone "Star Wars" movie had started its principal photography. The photo, showing the casts of "Rogue One" movie revealed the participation of Felicity Jones, Riz Ahmed, Diego Luna, Donnie Yen and Jiang Wen, according to StarWars.com. The…

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    The Star Spangled Banner represents freedom. The writer of the Star Spangled Banner was Francis Scott Key. The Star Spangled Banner was written during the Battle of Fort McHenry and was written for the Garrison Flag. The book, Rush Revere and the Star Spangled Banner by Rush Limbaugh, talks about the Star Spangled Banner and how it came to be. The song was written by Francis Scott Key, while he was on a British warship, trying to free his friend. His friend was named an American Doctor named…

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    “There are certain things men must do to remain men. Your computer would take that away.” Wise words from Captain James T. Kirk. “The Ultimate Computer,” an episode from Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek: The Original Series, effectively details human reaction toward technology and how far advancement should extend. Star Trek scrutinizes the consequences of space travel and exploration, advancement of technology, and militarization. In the episode “The Ultimate Computer,” the crew of the U.S.S.…

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    The Star Wars Saga

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    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…

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    To be a woman in the 25th Century world of Alfred Bester’s The Stars My Destination is to lead an inherently dangerous and confined existence. In it, jaunting–an act more or less equivalent to teleporting–has made women into something of a protected class in the face of the looming threat of sexual assault. Many, such as Jisbella McQueen and Olivia Presteign, express, in their own divergent ways, a dissatisfaction with this existence, and seek to either overtly or in secret defy its confines.…

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    The American flag was made to unify the states and the stars are a symbol of the unified states. The flag was made to show independence for our newly independent nation. The United States has gone through many battles and our flag was still standing strong supporting our nation and the people fighting for it. The American flag represents justice, humanity, freedom, courage, integrity, equality and liberty. It is a sign of unity and pride for the people of the United States. The colors stand for…

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    Star Wars Movie Essay

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    The classic Star Wars movies have been around for forty years now. You can enter the Star Wars universe through the LEGO Star Wars building sets. With the X-Wing Fighter set, you can battle the Galactic Empire and help destroy the massive death star. Do this along with the other Rebel alliance pilots. This X-Wing set takes place on the planet Hoth, during episode five of the installment. It was released in 2006 with the classic Lego Star Wars line. The x-wing offers many opportunities for…

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    Star Wars Film Analysis

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    We can again see this in Star Wars games like Jedi Knight and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic where the player starts off as a normal person and slowly rises in fame and importance till they are the center of the galaxy's attention. This occurs similarly to the films, as in the films Luke Skywalker turns out to be Darth Vader/Anakin's son, in games like Knights of the Old Republic, the player character turns out to be a famous Sith lord thought dead and lost. (Schellenberg) While again…

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