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  • Men in Black and Star Wars the Phantom Menace as Science Fiction

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    Men in Black and Star Wars the Phantom Menace as Science Fiction Both of these films contain ideas of war and peace, whether it is the threat of invasion or the protection of land and values; also there is an element of power that is exerted between two sides disrupting the peace and the balance of the universe. Secrecy is added to indicate that not everything should be available for all to see. Conformity is a key theme

  • Film Analysis: After Star Wars

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    meeting room, where he contacts his master: Darth

  • The Force

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    the Chosen One and dismissed the prophecy as a myth. When Skywalker fell into the dark side and became Darth Vader, Yoda's assumption, and Skywalker's conviction seemed to be true. However, that the prophecy was still fulfilled, in . Vader stood witness to a confrontation between the Dark Lord of the Sith, Palpatine, and his son, Luke Skywalker. When Palpatine torture Luke Skywalker with Force, Darth Vader, or Anakin Skywalker, return to the light side and killed his Sith Master to save Luke's life

  • The Death Star Space Station

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    trilogy begins with the Galactic Empire nearing completion of the Death Star space station, which will allow the Empire to crush the Rebel Alliance, an organized resistance formed to combat Emperor Palpatine 's tyranny. Palpatine 's Sith apprentice Darth Vader captures Princess Leia, a member of the rebellion who has stolen the plans to the Death Star and hidden them in the astromech droid R2-D2. R2, along with his protocol droid counterpart C-3PO, escapes to the desert planet Tatooine. There, the

  • Literary Analysis Of Reginald Gibbons's 'Wood'

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    imagery to establish the setting and also explores the different thoughts the unnamed character has. Right away, I noticed the large amount of imagery that was used in this poem "A cylinder of maple / set in place, feet spread apart— / and the heavy maul, fat as a hammer" ("Wood" 1-3). The first paragraph gives an accurate depiction of the action and visuals of what it is like to be outside on a cold day to split wood. Gibbons uses a heavy amount of imagery, mainly sight, in this poem. Each stanza

  • Star Wars : Return Of The Jedi

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    film released in the Star Wars saga, following Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (IMDb.com). At the time, Episode VI concluded the story of Luke Skywalker and his Rebel friends fighting against Darth Vader and the evil Empire. The entire plot of Return of the Jedi is the conclusion of a story of a young man and his friends trying to find their way in a battle between good and evil. Throughout the film, the characters each have their own, unique

  • 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

  • Bringing Back The Big Guns - A Star Wars

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    Shelby Hornaday Block 1 Bringing Back the Big Guns - A Star Wars: The Force Awakens Analysis “It’s true - the Force, the Jedi, all of it. It’s all true” (Harrison Ford, The Force Awakens). The new Star Wars flick The Force Awakens burst onto the big screen with enormous critical and monetary success this past winter, and it seems that the franchise has truly been revived from the overall upsets of the prequels back to its epic roots in pop culture. But does the movie really hold up compared

  • Star Wars : A New Hope

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    Much of the Star Wars ' credibility and popularity is owed to the richness of its fictional world as defined by writer/director George Lucas. In an interview, Lucas states that the original idea for Star Wars was modelled on the movies of his childhood, The “Flash Gordon movie serials and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ John Carter of Mars Series of books.” The mise-en-scène in Star Wars plays a vitally important role, so the question explored in this essay is how the use of mise-en-scène adds depth to the

  • George Lucas 's Star Wars

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    George Lucas 's Star Wars, is one of America 's most prominent modern epics. The same can be said for Joss Wedon 's Buffy the Vampire Slayer. They share many similarities, most notably in their respective hero 's journey. Both stories are told through modern mediums, television and cinema, rather than clay tablets or written word. This change of medium is a product of the time period the works were created in, and reflects the massive technological advances of the last century. In 1977, the United