Rambo: First Blood Part II

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  • Irony In A Long Way Gone By Ishmael Beah

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    The use of irony is prevalent in literature throughout time. A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah, exhibits a first hand experience as a child soldier in the Sierra Leone Civil War and the events experienced by those who lived through it. The novel has an ironic undertone when analyzing his actions not subjectively but objectively. When looking at his actions in comparison to normal society it reveals the irony that is written in the lines of the novel. Although he was raised in this environment, objectively

  • Soldiers In Rambo : First Blood, And American Sniper

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    people. I will be taking a look at how the directors of “Rambo: First Blood” directed by Ted Kotcheff, and “American Sniper” directed by Clint Eastwood, wanted us to think about soldiers. I will also be looking at the songs “Hero Of War” by Rise Against, and “War Pigs by Black Sabbath”, and how they wanted us to think about them, and how the connect with each other. In the movies, Rambo: First Blood, and American Sniper, both John Rambo and Chris Kyle, are trained soldiers. They are at the peak

  • Rambo Essay

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    Sylvester Stallone: Rambo (2008) The Sylvester Stallone: Rambo (2008) film, the three main points of this paper are going to be, plot summary, a biography of the main character Sylvester Stallone, and information about the film and its own summary from beginning to the end of the film. Former Soldier, John Rambo, lives in Thailand. He makes a living capturing and selling snakes, also taxiing people up and down the river he lived by. When a group of missionaries comes to ask John Rambo for a ride up the

  • How the Movies of the 1970’s and 1980’s Reflected America’s Mood and Culture

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7YmojUJagk Despite this trend towards escapism type films, important social issues continued to be addressed through film. Many films focused on problems of romance, family, gender, and sexuality. These are all parts of life radically changed by the social revolution of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Old fashioned screen romances and Cinderella stories like an Officer and a Gentleman and Flashdance, respectively tried to avoid these social changes and were

  • James Cameron Essay

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    it’s different. By its incredible effects, and the details of the imaginary world, people were fascinated, and keep seeing in theaters. The film made a big evolution for movie industries, and it’s the starting point of 3D movies. ‘Avatar’ is not the first 3D movie ever made, but by being very successful, 3D movies became popular. The film won 87 awards including best director and writer for James Cameron. By being the film so stunning, it became worldwide number 1 top grossing movie making 2.788 billion