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    glitter that turns to blue, with an overlaying "twinkling" sound effect for the directing/producing credit. The next thing we see is a close-up of Deena and Effie holding hands as teens, initiating pop-art-like collage frames for the cast/crew credits. Hudson appears last for a classic "Introducing..." roll, designed for thunderous applause. These are just a few examples. If love is in the details, DreamGirls is cupid. Even the menu on the DVD is entertaining and visually captivating. The Music, Industry

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    Jennifer Hudson may not have had our attention when she first appeared on television as an American Idol contestant, but she has our attention now! The actress has been shining brightly since receiving her big break in Dreamgirls (2006), but here are some facts about the actress you may not know. Number Fifteen: Jennifer Hudson Did Not Win American Idol The competition show American Idol has been credited by many of its winners for giving them their start in the music business. Jennifer did not

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    Jennifer Hudson is very popular for her iconic songs and performances. The 35 years old Oscar winning singer has shared about her weight loss experience over past few years. Jennifer was a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers between 2010 and 2014. Her weight loss journey began when she intended to lose some weight right after her pregnancy. So many celebrities have dropped lots of pounds by inhibiting junk and other high cholesterol food items. In Jennifer case, crash diet was never a choice. She instead

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    The Worst Day Of My Life

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    Driiiiing! I immediately shake out of my daze, packing up my Chemistry textbook and clutter of work that had been assigned today. It has only been a week and I am already drowning in school work, which as messed with my sleep schedule, leaving me oblivious in all my classes. I stumble out of the classroom, putting in my earbuds, trying to drown out the sound of the noisy, gossiping teenagers that crowd the hallways. I attempt to release from my mind the tons of schoolwork that I have, so I decide

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    purchased a house, they had very little inherent knowledge about the local real estate market or experience with what their lifestyle was going to be. Their decisions therefore would be based almost entirely on published data and first hand house visits. Jennifer and Jimmy are both medical doctors, eminently rational and meticulous about their finances, their careers, and life planning. When deciding which medical residency programs to apply to, a 100 row spreadsheet was constructed, detailing and weighting

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    Studying film is a part of media literacy (Goodykoontz, B., & Jacobs, C. P. 2011). We are going to describe the process of envisioning and designing a film by studying a clip from the film ‘The Bounty Hunter”. This movie is directed by Andy Tennant and the movie clip that I am going to analyze is the Golf Course Chase scene. The key to analyzing this scene is describing the setting, lighting, costuming, makeup, and hairstyles. The director is responsible for the film overall. He is to interpret

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    Rated: PG-13

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    Let’s face it, Valentine’s day is for people 20 and older. Everybody goes out with their significant other, has a nice romantic dinner, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH! For me, Valentine’s day is a great day to watch movies, lots of movies! To have the best Valentine’s day ever, follow these three easy steps. One, put on nice cozy PJ’s. Two, make some yummy movie snacks. And three, pop in these movies… Crazy, Stupid, Love Rated: PG-13 This movie is awesome. It is about a man who after getting a divorce, decides

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    Women In Media Essay

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    Women in Television, and what can be said.       Skinny, blond, ditzy, annoying, un-educated, easy, and considered a typical women. If you’re a women and you hear these words, does it make you think of who you are, or your mother or sisters? I think not…but I do think about the people I see on television and in magazines or in movies. What I want to know is who is writing the scripts for some of the television shows that I watch. I would like to hope that it’s not women

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    Reading Questions on the essay: "The Postmorbid Condition" by Vivian Sobchack 1. Sobchack’s argument pertaining to on -screen violence that she wrote thirty years ago was that any violent acts portrayed in movies back then was to emphasize the importance of an element in a story, an emphatic way of engaging the viewers and forcing them to feel what the movie was about. It gave them a sense of the substance of the plot which would allow them to feel for the characters and yearn for good to overcome

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    In recent years, Pulitzer Prize winning fiction novels clearly differ in theme and style. The 2011 winner, Jennifer Egan’s A Visit from the Goonsquad, is a multi-faceted, complex narrative focused on the music industry. In 2013, Adam Johnson’s The Orphan Master’s Son, a historical fiction novel on North Korea, took the prize. Though these novels take place in different countries and deal with diverging topics, they do have one thing in common: in each of these Pulitzer-Prize-winning novels, secondary

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