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  • Movie Review: Clue

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    Movie Review Clue Rohan Kartik 25th September, 2017 Introduction Clue directed by Jonathan Lynn. Based on the game Cluedo by Hasbro. Released in 1985. Not a commercial success but a cult classic that gained popularity after its release. This was the same year that Back to the Future had come out starring Christopher Lloyd who plays an intellectual Professor Plum in the movie. Critically or commercially the movie did not make box office success, but - it has received mixed reviews from audiences

  • Essay On The Ghost

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    As the thunder crackles in the night, a faint splash of car tires can be heard racing along the wet road. A sleek black cab is going well over the speed limit to get to its destination. Street lamps are flashing along one by one through the distorted window. Gordon Burgundy, the passenger of the vehicle, is on his way to his friends place, in a rural location in downtown New Jersey. His friend, James Boddy is his partner. They are detectives, been that way for well over twenty years. The cab arrives

  • Spring Break - Original Writing

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    For spring break this year I wanted to something different. So far during my college tenure, I have not done anything that has been adventurous or fun. I have usually used that time to catch up on sleep and homework. But this year I wanted to do something, anything to get out of the house. During last year’s spring break I forgone the chance to go home to only be stuck in my house because it decided to rain all week. But this was a new year and at first a group of us were going to the beach! That

  • Persuasive Essay About Responsible Adults

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    Joining the circle of so-said responsible adults has always been a hard task for teenagers throughout the ages. In ancient times, it was a test of strength and adaptability. Can you survive alone in the wilderness? Do you have what it takes to protect your wife? And for women, do you have what it takes to take care of your man? To raise his children and to make sure they also became responsible adults? What about today? Is it the same? No– not at all. So, what's today's modern test? Well, it's very

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    Clue I lie restlessly on the steel framed bed in the Orange County Jail. I don 't regret my decision to kill off Boddy. The only thing I do regret is not doing it sooner. I pulled off the bandana that was lied around my strawberry-blonde hair. It was mopped in sweat. The summer days in Florida were hot and muggy. I felt trapped in the ugly orange outfit the guards gave the inmates to wear. They shouldn 't treat me like this, I 'm a very rich lady you know. I laid my head back down on the pillow

  • A Haunted House Arrest Essay

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    A Haunted House Arrest By A single silver toned, old fashioned key was lying in a beam of sunshine coming through the doorway windows. It gleamed maliciously in the sunlight making her forget for a moment the scratches on her neck and the vision of the ghost woman that had just frightened her so intensely. She walked toward it in a stunned trance knowing this was the key that would open the door to the secret room; if she could only find it. With the key in hand she turned circles in

  • Underground Railroad - Original Writing

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    Underground Railroad Junior Year in College Prep English they play this game called Underground Railroad. It is supposed to put you back when slaves had to go to safe houses and not be caught by the bounty hunters. I don 't remember who all was on my team but each team had about 10 people, only 3 of us made it. It first started off with a puzzle that you have to put together in order to get an address. It said 108 S. Main St. We get to the house and ring the doorbell, no answer. The house looks vacant

  • What Is The Journey To The Murder Of Drr. Orwell's Murder?

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    I walked into the huge mansion unaware of what event would happen that night. When I walked in, there was a ballroom to the right and a conservatory to my left. As I walked to the dining room, I saw a kitchen, when I got there I ate and laid down on the couch. When I got up I went to the kitchen where I found Mr. Boddy dead on the floor with a gash on his head and a candle stick beside him. I then warned the others that Mr. Boddy was murdered when I told them everyone but Mrs. Peacock was shocked

  • Barcrest Plc Essay

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    Barcrest's products include some of the most popular and iconic British slots such as Rainbow Riches, Elvis, Cluedo, Cleopatra, Reel King, Cops N Robbers, Cashino and Monopoly. In recent years it has licensed large numbers of pop culture based slots such as Transformers, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Indiana Jones and Star Wars. The company is currently part of IGT-UK, which is part of the American based IGT one of the world's largest makers of slot machines. IGT invented the networked or linked

  • The Game Progression

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    from \textit{Her Story} in terms of ambience and art direction. Just like in \textit{Cluedo}, when the player concludes that he has all the necessary information to solve the crime, he can finish the game by presenting his theory of how the crime was committed. The major difference between \textit{Cluedo} and our solution is that the player will be unable to present without proof. And just like in \textit{Cluedo}, if the player presents a wrong theory, he will lose the