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  • Essay about Cyborgs: a Twisted Double Standard

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    decisions which are not derived from programs, but instead are completely original ideas. The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger's character, is a cyborg from the future that is sent back in time to kill the mother of the human rebellion's leader; John Connor. This robot

  • Female Heroines Of The Movie ' The Alien Films '

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    levels of education, gaining greater independence and in a sense challenging the patriarchal expectations of the time, films began to reflect this change. One of the genres in which this change became the most prevalent was the action film. Sarah Connors in the Terminator films and Ellen Ripley in the Alien films, serve as excellent examples. However, as female heroines become the focus of these narratives, their traditional feminine traits, such as emotional expressivity, tenderness, and passiveness

  • Artificial Intelligence In Frankenstein

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    resistance that attempts to destroy the program; however, they are met with Skynet’s cyborg army. Skynet sends a terminator, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, back in time to destroy Sarah Connor before her son, the leader of the resistance, is born. Kyle Reese is then sent after the terminator and, in conclusion, saves Sarah and destroys the terminator (Terminator). This movie and text are closely related in the sense that a character from either the book or motion picture relate to a character in the

  • Essay about How Women are Represented in Science Fiction Films Today

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    prime example of this can be seen in T & T2 in regards to the character of Sarah Connor. The representation of women in Science fiction films has changed dramatically the more traditional feminine role. Representation is the act of representing, or the state of being represented. Fore instance, something that represents an image or likeness of something. An example of this in T2 is Sarah Connor who is represented as a

  • Important Concepts on Film Edition

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    Terminator. a. Parallel editing is method of editing scenes that shows two separate incidents happening at once. In The Terminator, this editing method was used when, after calling Sarah Conner pretending to be her mom, the terminator comes to the hotel that she and Kyle were staying at. During this scene, the scene where Sarah Conner and Kyle are talking and preparing to leave and the scene where the terminator is approaching the hotel crosscuts. Thus, the audience knows that the danger is approaching

  • Portrayal Of A Soldier In Movies Essay

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    The Portrayal of a soldier When a movie portraying soldiers is being directed the director has to be very accurate about how the soldiers in his/her movie are being displayed. Most of people's ideas and theories about soldiers are from movies, this is why directors need to be as accurate as possible when displaying soldiers to their audience. After studying and reviewing several other war and soldier related texts I have realised that the common person's idea and opinion of a soldier is formed

  • The Terminator By James Cameron

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    society. The Terminator takes place over the course of a week in the 1980s in an unknown town. The movie is about a robot (a “terminator”) that goes back in time to kill a woman named Sarah Connor and a man named Kyle Reese who tries to save her. The terminator begins to systematically kill women named Sarah Connor in the city the movie takes place in. The terminator finds the right

  • The Influence Of The Media In The Terminator

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    This media plays a very important role within the communication and giving enough information to its listeners, viewers and readers all around the world. There are forms of communication that relayed by the media is provided by the film where most films are produced to connect to those viewers who watch them. The messages these films offer can either be negative and positive; even though there may result in people acquiring certain trends or even stopping the performance of particular activities

  • Act 2 Scene 2 Terminator 2

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    The government is acting alone and will lead to further problems. The artificial intelligence will lead to the destruction of the America on Judgement Day. The informed citizens, John and Sarah Connor will step in and stop the production of the new technology and save the day from nuclear destruction. It is important the public is involved in the government as they need each other to function as its highest level. There are many different areas

  • Artificial Intelligence In Frankenstein And Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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    Artificial Intelligence is undoubtedly a hotly debated topic in today’s society, with many concerned that it will soon enslave humanity and others saying that it’s harmless and only here to help us. Many sci-fi movies, such as the infamous 1984 film produced by James Cameron, The Terminator, portray robots as becoming knowledgeable and taking over the world. Humanity creates an artificially intelligent program known as Skynet, which becomes completely cognizant and overthrows the world by initiating