The Great Mouse Detective

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    In life, special circumstances let you see the truth. It eradicates obstacles and strengthens desires for comfort. It allows you to forgive unforgivable actions done towards you. Circumstances such as a feud or hate could cause many options for the person to decide his or her destiny but the one that can be humble and wise is the one that gets the better end of the stick. The Little Mermaid was revised to capture the minds of young children and show them that different circumstances are terrible in a different level of perception. In the story of Sakuntala and the Ring of Recollection there are different types of writing. Some genres include love and comedy. This story was written by Kalidasa, and was an original. In the story love at first sight could only happen to many people and it just so happen to Sakantala but because of her stubbornness she caused the cursing of her beloved man, Dusyanta. The curse is to let her love of her life forget about her until he unites back with his ring he gave her. The ring she was given was lost and found by a fisherman. This story is the one that would set a stepping stone for other writers to come out and create more skillful and colorful scenes. It is also the reason why people write about love and the pain they go through just to be with the one person. The Little Mermaid was written by Ron Clements, it was an animated movie created for children and about a princes whose father was the King of the ocean. In the movie Ariel is a…

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    and there were a lot of big issues the country faced. Many believed they were at the dawn of the golden age; plenty of Americans had achieved much success from the period after the great depression leading to the 1950’s where the country saw the largest middle class population in its entire history. This golden age of course was not the case for the large majority of the African American population, during the 1960’s this was a time of struggle and empowerment. The mystery novel Little…

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    Gdd Vs Sherlock

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    things but do not fully take them in. People look at things to just look and see, they do not look at things to observe them and figure out what is right or wrong and it is very clear that this is done by many people. Both Great Mouse Detective (GMD) and Sherlock Holmes (SH) show you the relationship between two detectives in different ways and how they observe things. In the the films GMD and SH, the two lead characters Holmes and Watson, or Basil and Dawson, have a relationship, kind of like a…

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    day a different colored mouse ran out and did an inspection of what they found. Then they reported back what they found for the others to hear. The next day a different colored mouse ran out to find something different and would return to share his findings. This book allows children to enter into a guessing game with mice to figure out hat the unknown animal is. This process is repeated over the course of seven days. The setting was a guess to somewhere in Africa, as on each page a different…

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    Kevin Sperling 11-1-15 English 101 Essay #2 Nola Payne as Little Scarlet In the novel Little Scarlet by Walter Mosley, his great purpose in writing these characters is at times ambivalent about violence and the roles it should play in his life. He wants to have a life that’s peaceful, law-abiding, and fruitful existence. Mosley is emphasized numerous times by his ego-driven aspect. He is measured by his capacity for willing to partake in violence to protect himself as well as the people. It is…

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    performances in a way that was very unique to his own persona. In the early 1970’s Price portrayed some of his most memorable roles, one of which was The Theater of Blood. He played an old psychotic (theater actor,) Edward Landheart, a (Shakespearian actor) who went mad after negative reviews and sought revenge on the critics who denied him recognition by recreating with their deaths scenes from Shakespearian plays. It represents Prices’ performance at his finest in horror films. Price did…

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    Throughout both films, there is never a failure due to technology not working the way that it is supposed to. Every error is human error, either due to ignorance or mistake. The police force has access to all the current technology, everything from spy software used to bug Jef’s apartment to the interactive maps of the metro where they fail to properly track the suspects. These maps play a large part in showing the failures of the detectives in both films. In Le Samourai, throughout the entire…

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    Love on the Line Every day a person can be exposed to hundreds of online dating advertisements, or a coworker divulges how she met her partner on this amazing site. A simple internet search for online dating can produce hundreds of sites in just seconds. The popularity for online dating meets the need of today’s society for convenience. With just a few clicks of a mouse, witty phrases, and the perfect photo a computer will analyze potential matches. Simple, quick, and with minimal effort,…

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    Bilbo Baggins Archetypes

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    J K Rowling, the author of the series, describes that Ron is an inspiration of her own friend. He is a character that embodies the member type due to having all the talents associated with sidekicks. The most important member ability of this character is that he is loyal. He has few close friends, and he is always looking to hold onto the ones, that are dear to him. Members usually display an inferiority complex, and it is evident in Ron’s character, and we can all associate ourselves with this…

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    Sleepy Hollow

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    The allure of a scary movie comes from the thrilling and oddly addictive terror of the unknown. Watch your deepest fears on screen, and let your imagination run wild with these Netflix scary movies. “Sleepy Hollow” (1999) Scare scale: 6/10 This is a movie that’s based on Irving’s’ tale of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman, in which Ichabod, played by Johnny Depp, is a NY detective who is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate multiple murders of people who are found headless in the woods.…

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