The Alien

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  • Why The Aliens Are Coming

    The Aliens Are Coming! “Illegal Alien, also called an undocumented alien, is a noncitizen living in a country without the proper immigration documents,” explains the World Book Student (DeFrank N.p). Every single day, there are tons of illegal immigrants trying to cross the border into the United States of America. Ever since the beginning of America, there were always immigrants wanting to find a new life in America. The Science Online database explains that “These movements [immigrations] spread culture, language, and trade goods, as well as infections” (Immigration and Incidence N.p). The interesting thing is nobody in America is American; however, outside of America they can be called so. Everyone who lives in America is an immigrant or…

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  • Three Alien Horror Movies

    worked at a movie theater, I’ve spent countless hours surfing Netflix. Some of my favorite genres are suspense, thriller, and horror. One specific type of movie I like is alien horror, so I’ve decided to review my top 3 alien horror movies. The aliens have so much room for interesting design, and means of being scary, these movies can be very diverse. Often times, these movies are set in space, which allows for more suspense to be packed in. The movies I chose to review are; Alien, The Thing,…

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  • Resident Alien Play Analysis

    the new musical, Resident Alien. All of the performers did very well in my opinion. Iliana Garcia, Kelly McCarty, and Kylee Smith Verhoff, Libby Rounds, Annie Sorey, Jimmy Kurts, and Hunter Taylor were among my favorites, both as performers and characters. Portraying Russian characters, they had fake accents that were very convincing. Other than a few small slips ups in singing, I couldn’t tell that they weren’t Russian. They all had…

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  • 'A Character Analysis Of Ripley In The Film Alien'

    The commercial spacecraft the Nostromo is on a trip returning to earth after going on a mission to find minerals within its ships you have seven passengers who are in a deep sleep. You have Captain Dallas, his second in command Executive Officer Kane, Warrant Officer Ripley, crew members Ash Science Officer, Navigator Lambert, and Engineers Parker and Brett. They have all been working together for some time in deep space forming relationships and co habituating habits. In Alien we how our main…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Aliens

    Aliens, Some people believe that there are extraterrestrial beings within our universe, while others find then a complete hoax. The truth of the matter is that there have been reports of alien sightings since the 1900s. One couple claims of having horrible night terrors, relieving their horrible experiences after they have been kidnaped by extraterrestrials. Other reports state of comeing face to face with extraterrestrials inside a mothership, shortly after they have been abducted. One man…

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  • Immigrants In Legal Alien, By Jeanne Espa And Pat Mora

    Martín Espada’s poems “Cross Plains, Wisconsin” and “Federico’s Ghost” portray the risks that these illegal workers come across everyday and they constantly have to be on the look out to prevent any harm done to them or their families, they are constantly being threatened. In contrast, Pat Mora, in her poems “Legal Alien” and “Elena,” conveys the concept of changing cultures and being exposed to something completely different from what a person is already accustomed to. These writings express…

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  • Why Do Aliens Exist

    carry out experiments on aliens, fake the moon landing, and many other conspiracies. After overlooking the wonders and conspiracies of both aliens and Area 51, articles show that there has not been any real evidence to prove that aliens exist. Many people believe that aliens exist or that they have visited earth and are being tested. In 2011, an article on Dailymail explained how people were baffled when they saw an X-47B unmanned aircraft which was mistaken for a U.F.O. Kammi Rood, a local shop…

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  • Film Analysis: Alien Vs. Predator

    Alien vs. Predator: Mankind in the Middle We all want to know how mankind developed into the complex system of cultures that we have today. One theory is that our development was directly influenced by beings from out of this world. In this paper, I will be looking at the way assimilation, rites of passage and diffusion directly affect human culture. Specifically, how the Predator culture used each of these to influence sects of human culture. In the movie Alien vs. Predator we get a glimpse of…

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  • The Alien And Sedition Acts

    It had sparked the first extensive debate in American History on the meaning of the First Amendment and of freedom of speech and press. Thomas Jefferson called the Alien and Sedition Acts “an experiment on the American mind to see how far it will bear all avowed violation of the Constitution.” Thomas Jefferson and James Madison helped draft the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions which both protested the acts through the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions. "That the General Assembly of Virginia,…

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  • Resident Aliens Book Review

    Stanley Hauerwas and William H. Willimon use Resident Aliens: Life in the Christian Colony to argue that the church has been called on by God to be what they call a “unique colony” within today’s world, and not a social group who makes their decision based on society’s opinions. The authors chose to use the metaphor of a colony to symbolize that although the church is part of the state its first priority is God and his will, rather than the governments. The second metaphor the authors chose to…

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