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  • The Pros And Cons Of Sun Based Pokemon

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    Sun based Pokemon are better than Moon based Pokemon in design, abilities, and execution. By Jeramie Fisher The sun and moon have always been a constant presence and source of inspiration for human beings, ranging from deities to simply providing warmth and a beautiful sight to see. Humans have always had opinions, some stronger than others, and today that topic will be discussed in reference to a popular video game series, Pokemon. Now in order to keep opinions from being too broad and contradictory

  • Arranged Marriage In Midnights Children Essays

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    Arranged Marriage In Midnights Children “Arranged Marriages in Midnight’s Children” An element of Midnight’s Children, by Salman Rushdie that I particularly enjoyed was the recurring theme of loving someone in pieces. There are two instances where this is prevalent, one being the interaction between Aadam Aziz and Naseem Ghani. It is stated that: “In short: my grandfather had fallen in love, and had come to think of the perforated sheet as something sacred and magical, because through

  • English 111 Narrative Paper

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    Kaleigh Loehmer English 111 January 26, 2012 Un Nuevo Mundo As I placed the car into park, turned the key off and stepped into the crisp cold winter air, I begin to feel my pulse raise. With each step we took drawing us closer to the door, I felt my heart beating faster. With a quick turn of the ice cold door knob, I found myself standing in a whole new world. The food, the music, the faces, the language, everything was different than what I knew. For the first time in my life I was the

  • Pirates Of The Caribbe On Stranger Tides

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    Hollywood today spends more money on movies than ever before, with an average budget of $140 million per movie. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides; the most expensive movie ever made; cost approximately $378.5 million and that was five years ago. This isn’t surprising since history is witness to a rising trend in money spent on movies, even after adjusting for inflation, however, their impact on the industry isn’t as large as their budgets. Over the years, lower cost productions like B-Movies

  • Movie Review : ' Pirates Of The Caribbean ' On Stranger Tides '

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    Akanksha Jain, 504563970 Professor Jonathan Kuntz TA, M. M. Reinhard Research Paper 2 B-MOVIES: THE SECONDARY PRODUCTION Hollywood today spends more money on movies than ever before, with an average budget of $140 million per movie. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’; the most expensive movie ever made; cost approximately $378.5 million and that was five years ago. This isn’t surprising since history is witness to a rising trend in money spent on movies, however, even after adjusting

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Pirates Of The Caribbean ' On Stranger Tides '

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    B-MOVIES: FROM RAGS TO RICHES Hollywood today spends more money on movies than ever before, with an average budget of $140 million per movie. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’; the most expensive movie ever made; cost approximately $378.5 million and that was five years ago. This isn’t surprising since history is witness to a rising trend in money spent on movies, however, even after adjusting for inflation, their impact on the industry isn’t as large as their budgets. Over the years

  • The Genre Of Cult Film

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    The area of study to be explored is genre and my investigation will look into ways we are able to clarify the vast genre of cult film. Speculated by theorists such as Sconce, Jancovich and many others, cult film is one of the most diverse and ambiguous genres of the past 60 years in motion picture history. Beginning in the 1950s with unconventional flicks like Plan 9 from Outer Space and The Blob, cult film as a ‘quasi-genre’ began to not only reject one set of stylistic conventions, but also started

  • Cult Film : Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive And David Fincher's Fight Club

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    The key concept to be explored is genre and my investigation will revolve around focused research on the expansive genre of cult film, as I look to not only elaborate on it, but also try to clarify it. Utilising the work of theorists Sconce, Fiske, Austin and many others, I will base my research around two contrasting texts that are both connected by cult film – Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive and David Fincher’s Fight Club, analysing not only how their technical and visual codes help to give them cult

  • Poem Analysis : Frost At Midnight By Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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    The name of this is “Frost at Midnight”. It was written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. It’s a traditional piece of poem. My overall first impression of “Frost at Midnight” Is that it’s a love poem due to these words “Dear Babe”. Once I saw “Dear Babe” I immediately thought that this poem is going to be about a woman that he's either in love with or his describing the woman of his dreams. He could also be describing the night that he met the woman of his dreams. The word “Dear Babe” is why I said that

  • Movie Essays - Shakespeare's Henry Plays - A Comparative Study of Falstaff on Film

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    audience as the treatment of Falstaff is directly related to the understanding of the character of Prince Hal (later Henry V). Kenneth Branagh's Henry V, the BBC versions of parts one and two of Henry IV, and Orson Welles' amalgamation Chimes at Midnight all show Falstaff in different lights, producing three different takes, not only on the character himself, but also on the interpretation of Prince Hal, and the entire workings of the production. In the case of Kenneth

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