The american sniper is a very awesome topic that i wanted to write about for my last year. The reason why i wanted to do it is because i have four relatives in the army marine and the navy and the Airforce. So i want us to remember the sniper which is chris kyle he was a very awesome and couraging person to me. when me and my dad went to watch the movie i didn’t move one time except for a drink and food.so i hope you have a chance to watch the movie american sniper. Chris kyle was a character that would do anything for the freedom. When i heard that the veterans give us this freedom i was shocked about it, plus i have some relatives that are veterans that i really care about,but one the characters is my loving father he was in the army for 24 years.he started at the age of 18. I willing to bet u that chris kyle started being a veteran when he was young. Chris Kyle was one of my favorite characters in the movie american sniper, but when i read that Chris kyle died i was so sad for a month that i really didn’t want to do anything at all with war games or watch any war movies because every time i saw someone
Saving Private Ryan is not a romantic, feel-good movie, but it is probably one of the best movies released this year. It is without a doubt one of the most realistic films produced. Each person that I spoke with, and all three of the internet criticisms that I read voiced positive opinions about
No one will be surprised to see a new Suicide Squad comic book hitting the shelves. The movie is only a few months away and the promotional machine is charged up and plowing along. One of the new comic book tie-ins to help whip everyone into a frenzy is Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Deadshot and Katana. The first issue establishes that the limited series will be made up of two separate tales in which each character experiences their own adventures.
The book American Sniper written by Chris Kyle is a powerful and inspirational autobiography about the daily life of an American sniper. The book shows the life of Chris Kyle and his impact he made for his country. Many detailed accounts of missions and events Chris went through are expressed in his eyes and gives the reader an eye opening view of how hard and emotional war can be. Through the the story Chris expresses himself, shows the struggles that war can cause, and what he as learned throughout this years as a Navy Seal.
Over the summer I read American Sniper I felt this book was a perfect fit for me I'm very pro military. I thought it would be a very interesting read since he was the most lethal sniper the US military has ever seen.
The book American sniper is about the best sniper that has ever lived until this day in United States history. Chris Kyle was a true American hero in my book. This book does not just talk about his Military career it is Autobiography about his whole life from the very beginning. Chris starts taking about the town he grew up in and talked about what he did as a kid. Chris was that good old boy that grew up in Texas. I think he had a lot of fun from what I read when he was a kid. The first chapter of the book he talks about wanting to become a bull rider. I love bull riding I want to do it someday I love to get to get my heart racing. I am sperised that he could do this and then be able to lay on the ground and not move for some times day to
A good movie about a persons’ life, especially one that involves real life wars has to be believable. That means the actor must portray the person as he or she really was and the scenes being true to the actual event, place and time. I also believe the plot a story is essential and a true drama is one classified as the hero dying. ”American Sniper”, a drama and true story about a legendary sniper and navy seal, Kris Kyle earned the nickname “The Legend” by his team, but the enemy wanted his head. Directed by Clint Eastwood, The Actors, the set, themes, box office sales and awards is what makes this movie a hit. Compared to other war movies, this one is more reality and less over the top drama. The war against the Taliban was a terrible time for the US, that had an impact for military families and those not in the military. Some feel that killing people, even in war is wrong, but this movie will make you see things from a different perspective. Is killing wrong,
In 2014, people walked through movie theatre doors, sat down in a cushioned seat and waited to see American Sniper on the big screen. The biographical drama follows United States Navy Seal Chris Kyle throughout his life as the deadliest marksmen in U.S. Military history both on the frontline and stateside. Although it is rated R, this is a story everyone needs to hear. The film gives great acting performances while the personal accounts bring about a sense of realism and patriotism to viewers.
Matt Taibbi's opinions relate well to mine because i'm not usually a crazy person when it comes to war movies. But “American Sniper” changed my views on that. Since my uncle is a veteran, I never really get excited about war movies for the reason that millions are just riding waves of war curiosity and guilt; while telling their over-sensationalized story, rather than the real story. As Taibbi wrote how the effect from the movie creates many cheers and tears for the audience, and I agree with that. The part that got to me the most is when Cooper displayed classic signs of a veteran who doesn't enjoy being thanked. He immediately deeply retreats upon being recognized and becomes politely evasive. On behalf of Kyle Smith, I understood how he
Despite being a critical failure and not exactly a large hit with the fans of the videogame series on which it was based, 2007's Hitman actually made a decent amount of money, and at one point there were plans to create a sequel to it. Those eventually fell through, and it looked as though the six people on the planet who wanted another Hitman movie were going to be disappointed. But then it was decided that a reboot would take place instead. Now we have Hitman: Agent 47, which is, indeed, a reboot, although I don't think it really matters, given that the only plot that anyone can even remember from the first one was that there is a guy, named 47, who is also a hitman.
This man has been docile and misunderstood for his entire life. His ferocious demeanor can frighten the bravest of people. He can work independently or collectively. He’s seen as a menace, but he’s been a hero many times. With the brain he has, the booming voice and quick decision-making he is a natural born leader in times of peril. As he becomes angrier, the more effective and violent he becomes. His hairy appearance resembles, that of a lumberjack. He is known for healing himself but has no medical background. He’s like a Benihana chef, but he is not a cook.
What is a hero? Is is Spider-Man? Batman? Or is it just an everyday person? In my opinion a hero is a person who is nice and helpful to others and is considered a role model. My dad has always tried to be a good role model for me. He's been a police officer for longer than I've been alive, he's been my soccer coach for about five years, he always helps me if up I need help with something, and he tries to be a good dad all the time. As you can see, these are all reasons why he is my Michigan hero.
When Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster told the first Superman stories in the Golden Age of comics (in the comic line, Action Comics) Superman wasn’t a god-like being who walked the surface of the sun after being sent to planet earth with the purpose of teaching humanity a better way of coexistence after his home planet died. When Superman was first created and introduced to the ether of pulp culture, he was a personification of what it means to be good in essence, whether a male or female it did not matter; any one individual, no matter the colour of their skin or their gender, could be Superman in essence, meaning that anyone could be good. That is why his Superman’s dawned slogan has been, “Truth, justice, and the American way” for as long as
Government agent Amanda Waller has a plan to deal with the sudden, Superman-heralded “metahuman” threat to the world, by therefore assembling the worlds most dangerous bad guys into an emergency super-team. And when Midway City becomes the ravaged heart of a plot to stub out the human race, that’s exactly what she does, with expectedly unexpected results.If Marvel has the best superheroes, so the geek-logic goes, then DC has the coolest villains around. So it’s only sensible they’re finally placed front, center and in the firing line. Filling its entire super-team with previously never seen before antagonists, Suicide Squad represents a fast-speed sprint of a catch-up for the rapidly unfolding DC Cinematic Universe. And, on that front at least, it’s makes for a great never seen before film.