Princess Leia Organa

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  • Star Trek Future

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    The Future Is Not Far Beyond Our Potential When thinking of science fiction stories and films, their concepts and ideals seem far out of our own world. The beauty of science fiction films is the ability of them to take the audience to a different world to excite the feelings of awe and wonder, making us leave the realism and probable behind. These alterations from ordinary life and reality may take away from authenticity, but science fiction can prove to resemble more of our society when analyzing

  • Essay On Carrie Fisher

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    strongly influence millions on and off screen. Born October 21, 1956, Carrie Fisher grew up surrounded by spotlight and fame radiating from her mother and father: Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher. Carrie, more famously remembered for her role as Princess Leia from the Star Wars franchise, is a prime example of an actress who contributed more to the world than her entertainment skills. She was an advocate for mental health, believed in equality for everyone, and taught people, especially women, to be

  • Week 5- Final Film Critique

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    A New Hope is a feature-length film that fits this genre perfectly. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope unfolds as princess named Leia is held hostage by the evil Imperial forces in their effort to quell the rebellion against the Galactic Empire. Luke Skywalker and a smuggler named Han Solo team together with the lovable droid duo, R2-D2 and C-3PO, to rescue the beautiful princess and restore justice in the galaxy. MP 3. – Aesthetic Choices – In this area, you will assess the efficacy of specific

  • Reflection About Art

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    Arts generate a strong feeling of admiration, displeasure, or anything in between. Furthermore, art expresses the human experience, and because of that correlation, there’s a stronger bond between art and humanity. That bond allows art to evoke intense and powerful emotion from us . However, there is a difference between art and art-like; art has implication beyond the obvious, and art-like being merely decorative. So it is crucial to remember, that true art has meaning either positive or negative

  • Characteristics Of A Comedy Essay examples

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    each other, it is obvious that it is the classic case of the girl on the schoolyard hitting the boy because she likes him. To tie this scenario in with another story, it is possible to find a battle of the sexes within the Star Wars Trilogy. When Princess Leia and Han Solo bicker and fight all the time, it seems like they have a dislike for each other. Yet it is apparent that the two have an uncontrollable desire to want each other. Even though you can see that they are complete opposites, both of them

  • Analysis Of Star Wars Essay

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    Analysis Of Star Wars This essay will be analysing the opening sequence of Star Wars. It will be focusing on camera angles, binary opposition and codes and conventions. This film is a typical example of sci-fi, we can tell this by the use of visual codes and convention. The film is set in space and Spaceships are in conflict with each other, there are lazers being fired, robots are running around and there is a clear divide between good and evil. At the

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    onto her shoulder, causing her to jolt and quickly turn around to come face to face with Leia, “Y/n I have been calling out your name for the past five minutes.” Her shoulders slouched, “Oh, sorry.” Leia’s eyes scrunched at her, “Did the mission go alright?” “Yeah.” She silently replied as they began to walk towards her room. “Then why do you look so miserable?” Punching in her code to her room, she let Leia through first before she replied, “The General told us it was going to be a simple mission

  • Modern Day Lessons from Daedalus and Icarus

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    The most well known story of children not listening to their parents and regretting of all time could only be Daedalus and Icarus. Though it does have many other topics and messages as well, and much can be learned from it. In this paper, I will show you five different messages, and in doing so also tell you ten other concepts shown from this myth that we all should learn from. One such message would have to be control your excitement. Icarus not controlling his excitement and flying too high is

  • Sound, camera shots and mise-en-scene; how they convey the narrative to the audience in the opening sequence of "Star Wars-episode iv, A New Hope"

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    "Star Wars" was arguably the first in a new breed of high concept, high budget sci-fi action films. It was directed by George Lucas and originally released in only a few cinemas in 1977. However, the buzz around the film grew, and it is now one of the highest grossing films of all time, and along with its sequels, prequels and re-mastered re-releases, has a large cult following. I feel this is because of Lucas` ability to engage the audience through careful use of sound and camera technique; The

  • George Lucas 's Star Wars

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    George Lucas 's Star Wars, is one of America 's most prominent modern epics. The same can be said for Joss Wedon 's Buffy the Vampire Slayer. They share many similarities, most notably in their respective hero 's journey. Both stories are told through modern mediums, television and cinema, rather than clay tablets or written word. This change of medium is a product of the time period the works were created in, and reflects the massive technological advances of the last century. In 1977, the United