Terminator 2: Judgment Day

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  • Terminator 2 Judgment Day Analysis

    On page 325, that author brings up the example of a particular scene in Terminator 2: Judgment Day. In the scene, a scientist destroys a technologically groundbreaking microchip because it will eventually cause the destruction of man. The microchip had to be destroyed because the technology, like Frankenstein, couldn’t be controlled, and whether the same fate will happen to autonomous drones is not known, it would be best to keep a close eye on it and give it a tight leash to prevent it from being…

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  • The Terminator Film Analysis

    which films were appropriate for certain age demographics, which I will be exploring later. Until the 1980s, action films were not a dominant genre. In the ‘70s, action movies typically focused on individualist police officers. It was the 1984 film The Terminator that helped to popularize the action film genre, setting the tone for all action films that followed it. Released in the same year as The Terminator, the film Gremlins helped ignite the trend of the Horror/Comedy genre. I will be…

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  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day

    The 1991 science fiction action film, Terminator 2: Judgement Day vastly explores a small rift in time (1995) just years before the world becomes a destructive place where technology has greatly evolved, to the point of exterminating humans, via the form of an AI(artificial intelligence) system called Skynet. However the dark future of Skynet is tied up to the present day via form of time travel, as the AI sends a Terminator back in to the current time set in Terminator 2 (T2) to kill John…

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  • Computer Warfare In The 1950's

    invented and released in 1984 to compete with some of the more expensive models of PCs in the 1980's.3 The Apple Mac is now a staple of home computers. Computers need an operating system (OS) for easier computer access for the user. Computers were originally released with their own operating systems. In 1985 Microsoft would release Windows.4 Windows did not become a truly successful operating system until they released Windows 3.1.5 Windows 3.1 was shipped with almost every PC being produced at…

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  • Pepsi In The Movie Home Alone

    drinking a bottle of Pepsi at Café 80s. In this movie, Marty is shown to be ordering Pepsi. Many diehard fans actually launched a Facebook campaign in 2015 trying to persuade the Pepsi company to release the drink that Marty had in the movie. This just shows how the Pepsi drink being apart of the movie affected many fans, as they wanted to drink the same drink Marty had in the movie. In 2015, the Pepsi company actually released a limited edition collection “Pepsi Perfect” drink for the fans of…

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  • Father Knows Best Analysis

    BABY BOOMERS GENERATION X MILLENNIALS PHRASES "That'll be the day." The Searchers (1956) “Hang in there, Baby” Popular catchphrase from a motivational poster. 4. "Hasta la vista, baby." (Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)) TRAITS 1946-1960 Driven to rebuild society, idealistic,personal growth, equal rights, and making a difference 1961-1981 Disillusioned with social structures and institutions, balance, diverse and fun 1980-2000 Optimistic, confident, and resilient,…

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  • Aristotle's Definition Of Ethics Essay

    even have to think about them, we just know what is right and go along with it. These morals can change from person to person based on cultural and religious beliefs, but are overall very similar. “The identification of ethics and morality with cultural norms or customs reflects the fact that most adults tend to identify morality with cultural customs” (Pg. 5) Aristotle’s definition of ethics is “the moral activities are human par excellence.”(Pg. 6) He believed that we became happiest by being…

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  • How Technology Is Affecting Our Lives

    died there. Radiation seeped into the land, water, and animals but the worst of it happened ten days later. Threat of a steam explosion, this would be caused by a pool underneath of the reactors. The steam explosion would turn “Europe into a nuclear wasteland.” How do we know that radiation would even hurt us? Well in an attempt to empty he pool three divers dove down into it. Successfully opening the Davis 1 valve and draining the pool the three men died a few short days after. Even after the…

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  • Kasab Case Study

    AJMAL KASAB CASE STUDY MOHD. AJMAL AMIR KASAB VS. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA AIR 2012 SC 3565 INTRODUCTION AND FACTS: A group of 10 Pakistani terrorists sailed to India in the city of Bombay to brutally kill innocent people in the city. This happened for a consecutive three days from 26th November 2008 to 29th November 2008. These three days can be called as “Black Days” of the Indian History and no citizen can ever forget these days in their lives. The 10 men who entered India illegally had loads…

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