Emilie de Ravin

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  • The Episode Of The Sixth And Final Season

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    entire life, which makes some of their impending deaths so much more shocking and unbearable to the viewer. The cast ranges from an impossibly wide array of backgrounds. Jack Sheppard (Matthew Fox), the main protagonist, is a surgeon who becomes the de facto leader due to his medical skills. Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) is second-in-command and becomes romantically involved with Jack, but her mysterious past calls her trustworthiness into question. A con-man (Josh Holloway) known only as “Sawyer”

  • Essay about Character Analysis of _Remember me_

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    The previews for the movie Remember Me have you assuming that you will be once again watching a romantic drama, who’s two main characters Tyler (Robert Pattinson) and Ally(Emilie de Ravin) falls in love, with a few twists and turns and at last live happily ever after. Instead, we are confronted with two incredibly complicated characters whose lives unfold throughout the story. This film touches on the dynamics of grieving and the loss of a loved one and, how it affects every aspect of interpersonal

  • The Lie Adults Tell You

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    bad, wrapped up into a not-so-neat four year package. Writer and Director Rian Johnson’s Brick (2005) is a tale that is both dark and dramatic, where Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is out for answers after the murder of his ex-girlfriend Emily (Emilie de Ravin). Johnson carefully chooses stylistic elements from the film noir movement and merges them into a modern neo-noire thriller taking place in a modern high school setting. Brick is a dark interpretation of high school life borrowing from film noir’s