Malcolm Reynolds

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  • Analysis Of Joss Whedon 's Film

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    the future after a civil war between the galactic government known as the Alliance, and the rebel forces known as the Browncoats. Whedon’s film Serenity, is a continuation of the show that follows Captain Malcolm Reynolds and his crew. The film falls into the space western genre, and Malcolm Reynolds displays characteristics of a futuristic cowboy. Unlike the television series, the film gives background to Miranda, a utopian city where River Tam was taken by the Alliance for her training, however it

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    her blood red eyes, and reached into her pocket. She retrieved her Simu-mage, which held a slideshow of images. Cicely smiled, as every picture possessed a memory, events that she'll always keep. She broke from her trance to look for her father, Malcolm. He was never hard to spot, unfortunately, he was nowhere in sight. She looked for something familiar, a distinct detail. She noticed that she was the only child, surrounded by adults, tall, towering, black-clad grownups. She was ready to panic, when

  • Character Analysis Of Mal Reynolds And Serenity

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    my personality are Mal Reynolds from the show firefly and the movie Serenity for his loyalty and courage, Jack Sparrow for his silliness and free-spirited nature, and Alucard from the anime Hellsing for his professional demeanor and mannerisms. Captain Mal Reynolds is from the short lived,but much loved show serenity. The show was short lived but gained a loving audience and a Movie that was supposed to help close the rather unfinished story. In both show and move Reynolds demonstrates extreme loyalty

  • Summary Of ' Dead Girls Don 't Write Letters `` By Gail Giles

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    place in present day Texas throughout the whole novel. The main characters were Sunny Reynolds (14) who was the main detective of the novel, and the younger sister of the dead sister, who died in a fire in New York, but was deeply loved by everyone, Deborah Hallard a girl who looked and pretended to be Jasmine Reynolds (the girl who died), but knew everything about her and her family, and Dan and Lily Reynolds the parents of Sunny and Jasmine. Dan had a drinking problem, and Lily was depressed because

  • The Influence Of Sexuality In Music

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    To enable screen reader support, press Ctrl+Alt+Z To learn about keyboard shortcuts, press Ctrl+slash 98765432112345678 Music containing sexual aspects has distinguished the American culture from other cultures, has diversified us in every genre, and has become a consistent part of American life. Therefore, Americans spend a considerable portion of their leisure time listening to music or participating in activities that have music involved. A good portion of each musical genre uses sexuality

  • Summary Of ' The Wayzata High School Auditorium '

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    adjacent table displayed a guest book where friends and family wrote down messages and prayers. The pastor from the Miller’s church distributed flyers about Caleb and suggested prayers to help him and his family through this difficult time. Dr. Reynolds opened the pamphlet and scanned down the back of the front page. As his eyes glanced over, he was surprised to see the last section dedicated entirely to Becca and her struggle. He read every word. The Coopers and the Millers were quietly conversing

  • Firearms Legislation across the States and its Correspondence with the Federal Legislation

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    The first question to be considered in this paper is the problem of similarity of firearms legislation across the states and its correspondence with the federal legislation. The hypothesis is that, no matter how many acts were enacted by the local governments in addition to the federal legislation, the general idea of the basic federal legislation on this matter has been preserved, and there are no dramatic changes in the main approaches. The second question arises whether the diversity of firearms

  • Terri Mulcahey Leadership

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    Group’s Executive Vice President, Marketing and Business Development after 20 years working as Reynolds and Reynolds Company (Penske Automotive Group, Inc.). Ms. Mulcahey attended Northwood University after receiving a scholarship and with family history in the auto industry she had a desire to continue the legacy. She did just that as her first job was a customer training consultant for Reynolds and Reynolds in 1987 (Harris). After working her way up in the industry, Terri Mulcahey has served in various

  • Personal Narrative: My BFFEL - Best Friend For Eternal Life Essay

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    I remember one of my BFFEL (best friends for eternal life), I think she was the closest to me because we had so much in common. We were both from countries that weren’t the U.S., we had both left our regular lives far away, and we had both been crazy enough to be each other’s best friend. Even though she was from Canada and me from Argentina, and we only had one year together, you could swear that we were friends from a really long time. KayLe was the coolest person to be my friend, not only because

  • Boogie Nights Essay

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    Boogie Nights Boogie Nights is a film that aptly embodies the extravagant decadence of morals during the disco era, while also creating empathy for the debauched innocents who find themselves caught up in a lifestyle of hard-core sex, drugs and rock and roll. Sadly, while attempting to replace the loving family relationships they are lacking and in their search for self worth, these characters pay the highest price for fame. The film deftly takes the viewer to the seedy underside of the pornography