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  • Animation : Stop Motion Animation

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    The director and animator, Nick Park, was also a producer of the film with Bob Barker. Peter Sallis starred as the only voice in the entire film, for Wallace. The film follows a plot outline from over 2,000 years ago. The same outline used for movies such as Star Wars, Thelma and Louise

  • Essay on Analysis of The Wrong Trousers

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    Analysis of The Wrong Trousers “The Wrong Trousers” is a Clay Animation Production (where all characters are made out of clay). Created by Nick Park (a famous Animator) in 1993, “The Wrong Trousers” stars Wallace and Gromit in their second animated adventure (they were first introduced to British Viewers in 1990 in another Nick Park production “A Grand Day Out”.) In this particular adventure we see how bad things can get when technology gets into the wrong hands…

  • Animation: Stop Motion Animation

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    Stop Motion Animation Stop motion is a technique which makes an inanimate object e.g a toy or clay model and makes it seem to move on its own. This can be done by taking many photos and making minuscule movements between each photo (each frame).When the photos are played together the illusion of movement is apparent. Elements of stop motion have been apparent since the early days of film usually to portray magic. The origins of stop motion start with Peter Roget who wrote a paper on ‘The persistence

  • Analytical Essay on "The Notebook" Film

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    shared characteristics, also differ in terms of stylistic devices used. For instance, the dramatic film “The Notebook” effectively uses color to reinforce theme and has plausible performers as the two main protagonists. “The Notebook” directed by Nick Cassavetes in 2004 tells the story of a couple’s fifty year long love affair and its trials and tribulations. The film begins in a nursing home where an old man (Noah) reads a book to an old lady (Allie) suffering from Alzheimer’s. Noah, a poor country

  • About A Boy: Self Knowledge Essay

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    The novel About A Boy, by Nick Hornby, depicts the life of a social outcast named Marcus, who is sheltered from the outside world by his mother, and is just trying to be accepted by society. While on the path to achieving this goal, Marcus obtains a newly found self knowledge, within himself, as a direct result of the obstacles and conflicts he faces. There are many obstacles which exemplify how Marcus obtains self knowledge about himself; one was between him and his mother, Fiona. Fiona was very

  • There`s Always Laughter to Life

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    Understanding life and why things happen is impossible. Life is like a game, accepting the things that life throws at us is the challenge. For some, giving up is the key to life. For others it`s important to look at the bright side of life and live on. Nick Hornby tackles very serious issues in his novels Slam and A Long Way Down. However, he addresses the topics in a more comic manner which creates a more appealing and effective story. In both novels, Hornby takes on serious issues in today`s society

  • The And Doing Well By Doing Good

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    Virtuousness and Doing well by doing good. Many of the individuals we presented to operated under the widely-held assumption that organizations which act virtuously and "do the right thing" are at a competitive disadvantage to those that do not. We delivered the good news that this is largely incorrect. For instance, organizations with higher perceived levels of virtuousness have much higher profitability (Cameron, Bright, & Caza, 2004), and CEOs who rated high on four moral principles—integrity

  • Descriptive Essay : ' Fuck '

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    out here. “I’m sorry, ma’am, but we’ve received orders.” He replied as he picked me up and put me in the back of the vehicle. “Who gave you the orders! Are you going to kill me?” I rushed out as he hopped in beside me, Wanda following him. “Nick Fury wants to talk to you.” The woman answered, taking her hat off. I sat in a state of shock for a while, lost in my thoughts. As the van pulled around a corner, I almost fell onto my side, bringing me back to reality. I had already attempted to

  • Aesthetic Devices In About A Boy By Nick Hornby

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    written in 1998 by Nick Hornby explores the themes of mental health, 1990's culture and family through the friendship of two characters; Will, a thirty-six-year-old bachelor and Marcus, A 12-year-old outcast. In about a boy, the author has used a range of aesthetic devices that shape character representation. An Aesthetic device is an element that authors intentionally use to create intellectual/emotional responses in their novel. This analytical essay will explore how Nick Hornby has used irony

  • The Outsiders In The Great Gatsby

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    Fitzgerald chose Nick to narrate the text because his perspective creates a multifaceted view of the world Fitzgerald portrays. He is an outsider to the wealthy materialistic world in which he lives. His similarity to Gatsby in that respect helps us gain an appreciation for Gatsby’s character, but although Nick and Gatsby are both outsiders Nick fails to fully understand Gatsby. This appreciation but lack of full understanding gives the reader a very different perspective than a narration from Gatsby’s