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    Inhumane In Thx 1138

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    lenient government systems, and others prefer controlling, dictator-like systems. Sadly, lots of people are opposed to their government systems, and many even rebel against their governments to fight for their rights. George Lucas’ dramatic movie THX 1138 warns viewers that as governments become more and more powerful, the closer societies become to the controlled, cold, inhumane society depicted in the movie. The film focuses on a society that controls peoples’ emotions by forcing them to take emotion-altering

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    school, he wrote and directed the film THX 1138 in 1971, Lucas’s first real film work. THX 1138 takes place in the dystopian future where the government closely controls every aspect of life, both at home and at work, through the use of city wide mandatory medication and through an overbearing police force. Everyone in the film performs a specific task in the society with no deviation from the status quo. While the story may seem abstract or unreal, THX 1138 predicted the future of the United States

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    Lucas soon transferred to University of Southern California film making school. While attending the school he produced a short futuristic Sci-fi film called Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB and soon became very close with Francis Ford Coppola, whom had an active interest in releasing new filmmaking talent. Warner Brothers were convinced by Coppola to make a feature length version of the film. Lucas was intimidated by failure of

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    Monuments and Masculinity Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day (1996) mirrors the ideology of a sci-fi film outlined by Susan Sontag in the Imagination of Disaster so closely that it borders on a lack of creativity. That is what qualifies this film as a ‘revival’ of the sci-fi genre following revisionist works like Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982). This film, among other things, believes that femininity in leadership will lead to disaster on the political stage and that personal

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    George Lucas And Movies: No Future? Essay

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    future world seem to have the common theme that technology will play a big part in the development of the future. The development of technology will lead to the advances that will take the world into the next century and beyond. George Lucas' film THX 1138 and Robert

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    Science fiction films constantly question technology’s role in our lives. Films such as James Cameron’s Terminator 2 (1991), George Lucas’s THX 1138 (1971) and the Wachowski’s, The Matrix (1999), discuss the anxieties and dangers associated with technology. THX 1138 alerts the audience of the control technology has over the people who use it. The Matrix critiques how susceptible people are to believe in the visuals of cinema and reject through reality. Terminator 2 focuses on the unreliably of technology

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    Furthermore, Lucas has impacted the film industry in countless ways. His main impacts are those on the film industry. Lucas set a benchmark for sound with his development of the sound system called THX (Champlin 7). The highest of quality home receivers and highest quality movie theater sound systems are designed with THX (Champlin 7). The release of star wars may have been discouraging for other producers at the time, as it blew away the competition, George Lucas also helped pushed the film industry to where

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    George Lucas is most known for creating the famous Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies. He was born on May 14, 1944 in Modesto, California. His full name is George Walton Lucas Jr. His father’s name is George Walton Lucas Sr., and his mother’s name is Dorothy Ellinore Bomberger. George Lucas’ wife was Marcia Lou Griffin (Lucas) from 1969-1983. He had a long term relationship with Linda Ronstadt. Currently, his wife is Mellody Hobson. Lucas adopted Amanda Lucas, Katie Lucas, and Jett Lucas. Lucas and

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    Dystopian Film THX1138

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    emphasising contextual values such as identity is futile when faced against suppressive civilisation, and thus such dominant society where exploitation prevails. THX1138 display elements of a dystopian classic that assist Lucas in exploring protagonist THX 1138 internal thoughts

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    high school graduation. He always wanted to be a race car driver and then there was a near-fatal car crash with his souped-up fiat days before graduation. He recovered and wasn’t injured badly as you think. His second obstacle was his first movie “THX-1138” and it was a total disaster. Third obstacle was his emotional unstableness, he is a shy and unstable man who grew up just shy; one of the reasons you never see George Lucas anywhere except movie premiers and so on. Later on those obstacles will

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