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    Blade Runner is set in the year 2019 when society has become disruptive, the environment is polluted, and humanoid robots named replicants are loose in the city. The director and editor, as well as many others, are in charge of making the film have certain elements that let the audience become aware of what is happening. Some of the well known cinematic elements involved with the film are lighting and color. Filmmakers use lighting and color to demonstrate the importance of certain atmospheres…

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    Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and the Nintendo Switch advertisement titled First Look at Nintendo Switch can be analyzed and compared with each other. In Plato’s allegory, prisoners are trapped in the cave and forced to stare at shadows on a wall. When one of the prisoners is freed and exposed to the truth behind the shadows, which is that they are simply objects being manipulated by puppeteers. The freed prisoner is also also introduced to the outdoors, allowing for him to be enlightened.…

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    Its 2016 should be advancing technology or not? We have heard and seen people with absent limbs. Today we have Cyborgs competing in the Olympics; if it weren’t for prosthetic limbs they wouldn’t be able to have the chance to represent us. What about the veterans that have had limbs been blow off and therefore couldn’t hold their children? Now they can. Or even those that were born limbless and had to grow up being different and relying on other, now can now live independently and a normal life.…

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    Journey His journey starts when his parents were killed. After his parents were killed he started his quest to find all that took over his planet, no matter how vicious or evil they were. After that he got injured, which is where he got robotic parts and became a cyborg. He began fighting the cyborgs to go rid of all evil on his planet. His Journey was to go get a chip that was in a research lab that develops cyborgs.The chip could be used to destroy the labs systems and shut down the…

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    Determining the constituents of reality is arguable the genesis of a prevailing acquiescence within society, and this manifests largely as either blind conformity or wistful ignorance. J.M Barrie and The Wachowski Brothers, authors of Peter Pan and The Matrix, respectively, consider how the obvious dichotomy between reality and fantasy in the two texts acts as a metaphor for society and their ability to choose preferential ignorance in times of strife. This idea is extended to incorporate the…

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    it will change their life. In both “Allegory Of The Cave” by the philosopher Plato, and The Matrix by the Wachowskis’, it can be seen that when man is blinded by his own ignorance and given an opportunity to learn, he is pained by the visions of enlightenment, but with time, will seek out those who are not as knowledgeable, and teach them his ways. In both “Allegory of the Cave” and The Matrix…

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    What are the most important similarities and differences between The Matrix and Plato’s Cave? In The Matrix, Neo was offered two pills and was asked to choose one of the two pills. The blue pill had an effect of making Neo woke up in his bed and believed whatever he wanted to believe. On the other hand, the red pill would make Neo stay in Wonderland and Morpheus would show him how deep the rabbit hole was. And therefore, Neo decided to take the red pill. Neo also fought a battle for his live…

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    Is it something that can be touched, or tasted, or felt? According to The Matrix, these are only electrical signals interpreted by the brain. The Allegory of the Cave of Plato come to mind here (Chaffee, 2010, p.27). In the story, men are chained in a dark cave since childhood and are looking at a blank wall. There is a fire…

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    within in him... He had begun to suspect that that his worthy father and his other teachers, the wise Brahmins, had already passed on to him the bulk and best of their knowledge" (Hesse 5). Similarly, Neo, the main character in the Wachowskis ' The Matrix, feels a similar discontentment with his world, even though he is incredibly intelligent. Siddhartha is a successful scholar and Thomas Anderson is a successful computer programmer, both men have vast amounts of knowledge about the world but…

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    Chateau Fight Analysis

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    I have always been a huge fan of The Matrix so the chance to review it made me instantly jump on the chance to. While watching the Chateau Fight, I saw how the Wachowskis implemented many audio elements to create an awesome fight scene that ranks above many others. Sound is purposeful and if organized correctly adds a range of emotions as it fits towards the overall picture. In this follow up to the classic Matrix, Neo finds himself in the middle of things as the Sentinels are reaching Zion. As…

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