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  • Obi Wann Research Paper

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    destroying a planet, so they wanted her to tell them where she hid it. Fortunately, before The Princess got captured, she hid the plans in her droid R2-D2 and sent him off in a little ship with his closest companion C-3PO on a mission to find Obi-Wan Kenobi and give him the plans. R2-D2 and C-3PO manage to escape undetected

  • `` 13, 1977, 21 By Jonathan Lethem

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    The essay I am analyzing is entitled simply as “13, 1977, 21” by Jonathan Lethem. It’s personal narrative that is a retelling of the author’s childhood and it starts with Lethem confessing that he saw the original Star Wars movie twenty-one times in one summer when he was thirteen years old. Despite what some readers may think, this essay is not about any kind of obsession he may have with Star Wars. He tells more about the aspects of his childhood that related to the detail of his almost religious

  • Hollywood Studios Research Paper

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    Hollywood Studios One day, my Mom surprised me that we were going to warm, fun Florida! We took a long, tiring, journey to the sun country airport in Minneapolis. We walked right and found my best buddy, aiden! We were so happy! We chatted and talked. Then we went to the waiting place to charge our dead video games and we waited for the long plane. Once it was ready, we grabbed our games and hurried onto the plane. WEEEEEEEEEEEEE OOOOOOOOOO! The plane took off and

  • Character Analysis Of Padme Amidala

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    2. Evaluation (judgement) Reflection on characteristic: PADMÉ AMIDALA, MEADOW PICNIC DRESS ATTACK OF THE CLONES Padmé Amidala’s costumes were the pinnacle高点 of haute couture高级女士时装 and breathtaking design and they encompassed the many different aspects of her character’s journey. The archetypal原型的 stages of Padmé’s life after she leaves the throne can be seen in these costumes: young senator, determined government official, force for the rebellion叛乱, glamorous romantic heroine女主角女英雄杰出人物, secret bride

  • Analysis Of Star Wars Essay

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    Analysis Of Star Wars This essay will be analysing the opening sequence of Star Wars. It will be focusing on camera angles, binary opposition and codes and conventions. This film is a typical example of sci-fi, we can tell this by the use of visual codes and convention. The film is set in space and Spaceships are in conflict with each other, there are lazers being fired, robots are running around and there is a clear divide between good and evil. At the

  • Sound, camera shots and mise-en-scene; how they convey the narrative to the audience in the opening sequence of "Star Wars-episode iv, A New Hope"

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    "Star Wars" was arguably the first in a new breed of high concept, high budget sci-fi action films. It was directed by George Lucas and originally released in only a few cinemas in 1977. However, the buzz around the film grew, and it is now one of the highest grossing films of all time, and along with its sequels, prequels and re-mastered re-releases, has a large cult following. I feel this is because of Lucas` ability to engage the audience through careful use of sound and camera technique; The

  • Character Relationships In Star Wars

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    Character relationships For stories that captivate the audiences, they need well developed plots with characters who have interesting relationships with each other. The relationships of the characters really drive the story because without the important relationships, there will not be a story. The three points where it seems that the relationships the characters have are important to the story would be in Star Wars, alien’s relationships with humans, and in The Day After Tomorrow. There are many

  • Examples Of Hero's Journey In Star Wars

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    The movie Star Wars is the perfect example of a modern hero’s journey. Luke Skywalker wanted to stay home with his uncle and tend the farm, but C3PO and R2D2 needed help so he went with them to defeat Darth Vader. In the end Luke defeated Vader’s space station and was a savior or hero to everyone. Although some people may say that Star Wars is not a good example of a hero’s journey because it does not show some part of the hero’s journey. I believe that Luke Skywalker is undertaking the hero’s journey

  • Technological Essays

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    Object-Oriented Programming in C++, Fourth Edition Robert Lafore 800 East 96th St., Indianapolis, Indiana 46240 USA Copyright  2002 by Sams Publishing All rights reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission from the publisher. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Although every precaution

  • History of C Essay

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    History of: Origins and Examples Essay written by DaMonMayers Origins of C What are C and OOP? C is an advanced, high-level programming language (“Computer languages”) that is used to develop powerful applications for Microsoft® Windows®, many Linux environments, and other well-known and widely used operating systems. C is quickly becoming the standard language for commercial software development (Oualline). OOP, an abbreviation for object-oriented programming is simply code that “attempts