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    Star Wars: The Complete Saga Widely accepted as one of the all-time great movie franchises, Star Wars movies are loved for their astonishing special effects and epic storyline. The popularity of these movies continues to grow as every new generation of film buffs discover these great movies. If you know a Star Wars fan who doesn't already own this set, this gift is a guaranteed win. This collection delivers all six of the original episodes in the exquisite high definition and crystal…

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    Star Wars: The Next Hit “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far way…” The opening lines of every Star Wars Episode can be quoted by most its viewers. This speaks to the impact that this movie franchise has had upon Americans. Even George Lucas could not have predicted the major success of his films. Forbes Magazine contributor Scott Mendelson believes that, “Star Wars hit such a chord precisely because it was an original and precisely because it was unlike anything that was currently available…

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    hotel when my dad left to get some food. At this time, it was around 11 am and I was exhausted after being on a train for the whole day after coming from Paris. While waiting in the hotel room, I decided to finish a book titled The Last Star by Rick Yancey. The Last Star is the final book in a trilogy, that is about an alien apocalypse where aliens called the Others, are slowly exterminating all humans. One day a Mothership appears in the sky, and waves of death come. The 1st wave was a…

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    Remember when the first Star Wars came out in the late seventies? Everyone was so excited to watch it and it was a huge success too. It is shocking to see how far Hollywood has come! From low-end cameras, unreal special effects, and battles kids today would call dull; they went to high quality video production, realistic effects, epic fight scenes and more dynamic actors. Star Wars: A New Hope was about a young boy named Luke Skywalker who lived on the planet Tatooine with his Aunt and Uncle. He…

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    Star Wars: The Cestus Deception (A clone wars novel) written by Steven Barnes, Copyright 2004 The Random House publishing, New York The Cestus Deception takes place before the second film, and after the first, when Anakin Skywalker has grown up with his mentor and master, Obi-wan Kenobi. Obi-wan is contacted by the Jedi Order, a organization based solely of Jedi Knights. He is granted a mission, to travel to Ord-Cestus, and get In contact with the five families, a group controlling Cestus…

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    the Dark Side for peace in the galaxy. The Star Wars movies have connected to me on a personal level from the start. I always felt like I could relate to the characters and the creativity sparked my imagination. With the recent release of Star Wars VII, I could not help but watch the other six movies and fall back in love. It had been years since I had last seen the original trilogy straight through, so while watching I noticed similarities between the Star Wars universe and the universe we live…

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    In A Night to Remember, the Titanic was a massive ship by the White Star Line. The ship was intended to carry its 1,316 passengers and 891 crew members to New York. However, at 11:40 the Titanic struck an iceberg and began to sink. By the next morning over 1,500 people had died. The incident is considered to be a huge disaster. The White Star Line is at fault for the Titanic disaster because they didn’t have enough lifeboats for everyone on board, they didn’t fill the lifeboats to maximum…

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    On December 18, 2015, Star Wars:The Force Awakens, the seventh installment in the main Star Wars movie series, was released into theaters all over the United States. Starring Harrison Ford as Han Solo, Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia from the original trilogy, and dozens of other actors, this epic Star Wars movie was a major hit. After the defeat of the Galactic Empire thirty years ago, the galaxy faces a new danger from the evil Kylo Ren and the First Order. When…

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    English II Hon 15 April 2016 Mythology?s Connection With ?Star Wars? ?Star Wars? and mythology connect throughout the entire series because of the heroes portrayed in both topics, the way the characters are viewed, and the fictional characters involved with both ?Star Wars and mythology. There are many people in the United States who are fans of ?Star Wars.? The series has impacted many people?s lives, most of which are in a positive way. ?Star Wars?, is a movie series created by George Lucas…

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    As the national anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner is more than familiar to Americans. Most of the time, we feel a sense of patriotism when the tune rises. Usually, our society confirms that the lyrics of the national anthem promote a sense of praise for our nation. This makes people rarely examine what other messages our national anthem wants to pass to us. However, Jimi Hendrix, the renowned rock guitarist from the late 1960s, interpreted our national anthem in a very different perspective. He…

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