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  • Anthony Michael Sanders Case Summary

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    Anthony Michael Sanders suffered through the sudden death of his two-year-old daughter, Ellie Mae, in 2015, but that wasn't where his pain would stop. The 33-year-old Texas father became the prime suspect in his toddler's death, according to NBC New York. He was arrested in April 2016 and charged with capital murder for killing her. Sanders was placed behind bars when he was accused of smothering her to death with his hand for interfering with his his computer games. He claimed he discovered she

  • The Breakfast Club Analysis

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    discovering your identity and breaking away from stereotypes. It is about a group of 5 defiant high school students who are all forced to spend their Saturday in detention. The five main characters include Claire (Molly Ringwald) the princess, Brian (Anthony Michael Hall) the brain, Andrew (Emilio Estevez) the jock, Allison (Ally Sheedy) the weirdo, and John Bender (Judd Nelson) the criminal. These students have very different personalities and very little in common- or so they think. The five are stuck

  • The Breakfast Club Movie Analysis

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    The Breakfast Club was written, directed, and produced by John Hughes. The film was released February 15, 1985 which happened to be three days before his 35th birthday. The film stared the likes of Emilio Esteves (Andrew Clark), Anthony Michael Hall (Brian Johnson), Judd Nelson (John Bender), Molly Ringwald (Claire Standish), Ally Sheedy (Allison Reynolds), and Paul Gleason (Richard Vernon). The Breakfast Club is about five stereotypical high school students serving detention together, we have Andrew

  • The Breakfast Club Movie Analysis

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    from very different backgrounds meet on a Saturday for detention with their principal. The contrasting group includes the athlete, Andrew (Emilio Estevez), the princess Claire (Molly Ringwald), basket case Allison (Ally Sheedy), brain Brian (Anthony Michael Hall), and criminal John (Judd Nelson). The principal assigns them an essay on “who you think you are,” and leaves them to do it. During this time each of them has a chance to finally tell his or her story, making the other see them a little differently

  • Michael Anthony 's Murder Was Not A Random Act

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    attending college, and getting married are a few of the many activities Caylee Anthony will never get to experience. When Caylee went missing and was later found dead in 2008, her entire future ended abruptly. Whether the Anthony family murdered Caylee as a scapegoat for their own problems or Caylee 's death was a tragic accident, no one was convicted for her death. Although never brought to court, evidence suggests George Anthony killed his granddaughter, Caylee, and manipulated the evidence to direct

  • A Photographer Captures a Revealing Photo of His Teacher in the Photography by Will Weaver

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    Weaver, the protagonist Anthony Long a young and talented photographer is compelled to capture a revealing picture of his school teacher, Ms. Jenson by his friend Lance Hickerson. Anthony and Ms. Jenson having to face severe consequences after the release of the photograph divulges a deep secret. The author portrays the message of standing for what you believe is right, never feeling pressured to conform to the attitude, values of other individuals. This is shown through Anthony who chooses to conform

  • Anthony Kiedis

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    it on the media, but for one rocker this was not so. Anthony Kiedis, lead singer of the American band Red Hot Chili Peppers, was blatant about his drug addiction. He even wrote a book about his life called Scar Tissue. Throughout his life there were ups and downs that shaped him to be who he is today. It is not the drug abuse that fascinates me about Kiedis but it is how he overcame who he was back then to whom he is today. When analyzing Anthony Kiedis’ life, his childhood, early band years, the present

  • Clockwork Orange Analysis

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    A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 crime film produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess’s 1962 novel of the same name. It is a violent and disturbing film but somehow fascinating and enjoyable at the same time. The film presents scenes of rape, physical violence and murder because Kubrick wants to show the audience that these crimes are sickening but it’s combined with wonderful music and dance, which makes the film surreal and even funny. Essentially it’s a story focused on a

  • A Clockwork Orange Essay: A Movie Analysis

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    A Clockwork Orange A Movie Analysis      In 1962, Anthony Burgess' novel A Clockwork Orange was published for the first time. This novel was an anti-utopian fable about the near future, where teenage gangs habitually terrorize the inhabitants of a shabby metropolis. The novel deals with the main focus that man is a sinner but not sufficiently a sinner to deserve the calamities that are heaped upon him. It is a comic novel about a man's tragic lot. (Bergonzi 152).      In 1971, Stanley

  • Red Tails: a Film Critique

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    World War II drama. The movie starred Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard and Gerald Mcraney, was written by John Ridley and Aaron McGruder, better known as the creator of the comic strip “the boondocks”, from a book by John B. Holway, directed by Anthony Hemingway and produced by George Lucas . In this paper the author will show how all elements of filmmaking