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    The Terminator

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    The movie The Terminator was released on theatres in the United States on Friday October 26, 1984. The Terminator is a 1984 American science fiction action movie. The film was directed and written by James Cameron. Cameron then sold the script to producer Gale Anne Hurd for one dollar, with the condition that he be permitted to direct his dream movie. The motion picture had a great ideal of actors, such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Biehn and Linda Hamilton. It was captured in Los Angeles, California and was produced by Hemdale Film Corporation and distributed by Orion Pictures. The film is based on a cyborg who is dispatched from the future on a deadly mission. A human look alike is an indestructible cyborg and is sent from the year 2029 to the year 1984. He is on a quest to eliminate waitress Sarah Connor, whose life will have a substantial meaning in the future. The cyborg wants to assassinate Sarah because her unborn child will guide humanity in a war against the machines. One soldier is sent back to protect her from the killing machine. He must find Sarah before the Terminator can carry out its mission. (IMDb, 1990-2016) The resistance sends a soldier by the name of Kyle Reese.…

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    ‘‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” by Harlan Ellison is set in the future setting of the technological world that functions on the strict schedules, like ticking of the time bomb. The plot of the story revolves around a world, for which time means everything. Ticktockman, the protagonist, is a robotic character that has the authority to penalize or kill those who do not value their time and do not comply with their commitments. In actual, the story is a satire on the utilization and…

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    The Terminator Paradox

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    In the film, The Terminator directed by James Cameron, an artificial intelligence called Skynet, dominates the future world and attempts to destroy all human life, causing a war between machine and human. On the verge of defeat in 2029, Skynet sends a “Terminator” back to the year 1984 to kill Sarah Conner, in order to wipe out the existence of John Connor, who is the leader of the human Resistance. To prevent the murder, John Connor sends one of his soldiers, Kyle Reese, back in time to protect…

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    past, specifically our present... tonight. The year switches to Los Angeles, May 12, 1984 at 1:34 am. At the Griffith Park Observatory overlooking the city, lightning emanates from above a garbage truck, knocking out power. The driver sees an object ahead of him and flees as the electrical surge dissipates. The object is the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger), a naked and heavily muscular…

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    feminine as cooperative and dependent. From Devor’s definition of patriarchal gender schema, we learn that men play a role of dominance and aggression out of their innate predisposition, which is decided by their biological characteristics. Such masculine hierarchies are reinforced through popular movies such as Snow White. According to Devor, these popular media figures are usually considered as “generalized others”, 1 2 which influence audience significantly and make them start to measure…

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    In Frankenstein, Nature and science have brought a significant impact onto the characters. The progression of science combined with nature leads to a debacle. With this, there are various effects and roles shown through nature and science. Mary Shelley expresses her message about this. In her times, she was part of the transition from the Enlightenment to the Romanticist age and this led her to composing a story with nature and science competing against each other. From the struggles between the…

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    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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    is not so much emotion or anger that is evolved with God’s mercy or justice as much as it is to eradicate evil from humans by providing salvation to His people. To better understand this paper it would be beneficial to first look at Gods attributes in a spiritual and human stance on justice. In Isaiah 45:21 God is to be understood as being able to give justice and be a savior to the unjust, this ability also separates God from other forms of God’s. Justice can be defined as a concern for…

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    Essay On Holy Baptism

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    It is the epitome of life blood given to the Christian Church, and keeps them in the faith. Baptism is not to be trifled with or underestimated. Through it God gives forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation (Small Catechism, 24-25). It is imperative that Christians continue this sacrament and Baptize their children into the faith of the Church. Baptism prepares the believer for death and comforts them on their journey through life and into eternity. Funerals can often be solemn and death can…

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    “Good Country People” illustrates that dismissing sin instead of accepting it leads to great loss. Hulga believes she is much more intelligent and cultured than her mother and those around her, especially because of her choice to be atheistic. When a good country Bible salesperson, Pointer, arrives, she believes she can easily trick and corrupt him, yet even when he tricks her, she attempts to reaffirm her spiritual position by criticizing his, stating “‘you’re a fine Christian! You’re just like…

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