Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

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  • Film Star Wars : Episode I - The Phantom Menace

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    While portraying his groundbreaking role as Qui Gon Jinn in the 2002 hit movie Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, Liam Neeson is quoted as saying, “Your focus determines your reality.” In the context of Salem, Massachusetts, this means that if one focuses on witches and witchcraft, their reality will then become witches and witchcraft. This is exactly what happened during the Salem Witch Trials during the late 1690’s, as immortalized in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. The small Puritan colony

  • The Book ' The Seven Basic Plots ' : Why We Tell Stories

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    Star Wars has entertained millions of people since its inception in 1977. Creator George Lucas’s brilliant use of the plot type Tragedy has created Star Wars into the global phenomenon that it is today. Through the understanding of what a Tragedy is composed of, how Lucas utilizes tragedy within the Star Wars movies, and the psychological appeal of tragedies, it will be clear why the Star Wars films have become so popular. Literary critic Christopher Booker, in his book The Seven Basic Plots: Why

  • The On The Planet Of Tatooine

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    a Sith lord. Did I lose you yet? If you’re a dedicated Star Wars fan you might have been able to make sense of that chaos. However,

  • Chapter Two : Do Filmmakers Resort And Using Cgi Too Quickly?

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    Filmmakers Resort to Using CGI Too Quickly? 1999 saw the release of the much anticipated, “Star Wars Episode One – The Phantom Menace”. It had since been nearly sixteen years since the original trilogy; a new movie meant there was a lot of hype surrounding a new Star Wars story, with audiences knowing there was going to be at least another two more leading up to Episode 4. The anticipation for a new Star Wars movie was a massive phenomenon around the world. During a time before Youtube and social media

  • Analysis Of Star Wars

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    Star Wars: A Fantasy Not So Far From Reality Star Wars, the single most recognizable science fiction experience to the date, hides a substantial amount of real life issues, and borrows a great deal from real life history. While feasting these senses, a lot can be gained by analyzing the saga, specifically A New Hope and The Phantom Menace by George Lucas. Ironic themes exist in the saga in the likes of an oppressive government, the horrid results of such governments, a strong presence of theology—all

  • The American Film Industry

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    first showed the wide spectrum of what was possible. It is increasingly common for films to focus more on the visual effects, than the story of the film itself. Some notable examples of this are the Transformers series of movies, and Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. In the Transformers series the films focus on the action scenes of CGI robots. Human characters in this story often take a back seat to their film

  • Star Wars : Attack Of The Clones

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    When I was a kid, my favorite Star Wars movie was Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. To be more accurate, my favorite sequence in any Star wars film was the battle of Geonosis. The years between this film and its sequel were spent reenacting the battle with my action figures. Despite my love for that fight, even at my young age I realized the rest of the film wasn’t as good as the climax. The same holds true now, as Attack of the Clones is only marginally better than its predecessor.

  • Digital Film Technology Revolutionizes the Film Industry Essay

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    Digital Film Technology Revolutionizes the Film Industry     With the release of Star Wars: Episode I the Phantom Menace, in March of 1999, digital film technology officially filtered itself in to main-stream Hollywood. Digital film technology is the latest and probably most revolutionizing new technology to hit Hollywood.  The use of digital film allows for infinite editing capabilities and endless benefits to distribution and special effects.  The use of digital film allows for producers

  • Do Not Go Gentle IntoThat Good Night by Dylan Thomas Essay

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    Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas Many people get to the end of their lives and only then do they realize what they have missed. They realize that there is something that they just did not do in life and they try to do that thing before life's end. The poem, 'Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night' by Dylan Thomas, is based around five people. There is a wise man, a good man, a wild man, a grave man, and a father. For some reason, others more obvious than the ones before

  • Lego Star Wars : The Complete Saga

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    The game i chose as my Adventure game was Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, i played this game on my IPhone since it was the simplest way to get my hands on it, this game was developed by the Warner Bros. company and is available for free in the App Store. This game has no ESRB rating but it is rated ages 9 and above by the App Store and was released December 5th 2013. This game consists of expirencing all the orginal adventures from the original movies but this time you control the actions and