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  • Why Athletes Are Good Role Models

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    Why Athletes Are Good Role Models Ever since the ancient years, we have admired athletes and the hard work that they do to achieve their goal of winning. We idolize them and wish we were more like them. What happens though when the realization sinks in that they are human too and that some of them do get greedy and selfish? A lot of athletes are model citizens that you should really look up to, but there are also some bad apples in the bunch that ruin it for everyone. Athletes can inspire

  • Essay about Why Athletes are Good Role Models

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    Why Athletes are Good Role Models Ever since the ancient years, we have admired athletes and the hard work that they do to achieve their goal of winning. We idolize them and wish we were more like them. What happens though when the realization sinks in that they are human too and that some of them do get greedy and selfish? A lot of athletes are model citizens that you should really look up to, but there are also some bad apples in the bunch that ruin it for everyone. Athletes can

  • Kick- Ass Rhetorical Analysis: Extraordinary Beings with Normal Abilities

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    trying to be super instead of a hero is described as one with a history of mental instability. The film ridicules the idea of a superhero being one with superhuman powers. As Mathew Vaughn describe in his interview, Dave is “an every day kid, [a] peter parker and doesn’t get bitten by a spider” (Empire). Mathew Vaughn believes that a superhero can exist in real life and that it can be any person who’s extraordinary, not through the surface, but through the heroism of one’s self. The film emphasizes

  • Reflection Of The Internship Movie

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    Zainab Hoseini 12B Redhill School Business Report on The Internship (2013) Directed by: Shawn Levy Starring: Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn Brief Summary The Internship is a film revolved around two businessmen who have hit the curb with their recent downfall in their previous company. Billy McMahon (played by Vaughn) finds a position as an intern at Google and signs his friend Nick Campbell (played by Wilson) up. Most of the movie is set at the Google headquarters, and the two businessmen

  • Biggie's Legacy

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    A couple of weeks ago founder of Bad Boy Records Puff Daddy posted a couple of videos of rappers such as Fabolous, Pusha T, Jadakiss, TIP, & more spitting some classic verses of his late friend & hip hop legend The Notorious B.I.G. on Instagram in memory of his passing on March 9th, 1997. Seeing those videos was just another reminder of why one of Brooklyn's finest finds his way into a plethora of Top 5 MC's list. Though the 20th anniversary of Biggie's death is not the only thing we remember about

  • The Break Up Analysis

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    film seems to stand out because it teaches the audience the lesson that not all break ups leads to make ups. In The Break-Up, the main purpose is to show the realistic events of a toxic relationship between Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) and Gary (Vince Vaughn). Brooke is a very classy art dealer and Gary, in Brooke’s eyes, is just a tour-bus driver. The first scene shows how the couple met a Chicago Cubs baseball game and Brooke was actually on a date with another man. The scene ended with Gary asking

  • The Break Up

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    of the film. According to Claudio Carvalho, The Break-up, was written by Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender and it was directed by Peyton Reed. The main producer of this movie was Stuart M. Beeser, and the main stars were Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn. This movie was released on

  • 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

  • Kick-Ass: A Film Analysis

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    Director Matthew Vaughn has a very accomplished track record; Kick-Ass is a breath of fresh air amid the abundance of Marvel superhero flicks, X-Men: First Class is a hugely entertaining romp that serves as the franchise’s finest, and Stardust, despite being rarely mentioned, is a competent and non-formulaic addition to the fantasy genre. You can imagine my disappointment, then, at Kingsman: The Secret Service, a spy caper devoid of any heart or wit that we have come to expect of the director. The

  • Personal Narrative : My Best Friend

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    Rachel is my best friend. We have been friends since the third grade, and she knows me the best. We’re like two peas in a pod. (simile) She told me earlier today that she had a huge surprise for me. I was excited. She just texted me telling me she was on her way over. I have no idea what she could be getting me. My birthday was coming up so I assumed it was an early birthday present. I saw her car pull up in the driveway. Rachel gets out of her car. She begins to walk up to the door and with each

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