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    Bruce Willis

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    Bruce Willis Date of Birth: 19th March, 1955. Born at: Idar-Oberstein, West Germany. Height: 6’ Claim to fame: Pulp Fiction, Die Hard, and The Sixth Sense. Walter Bruce Willis better known as Bruce Willis is no doubt is one of the best-loved leading men actor of our times. Though mainly known as an action hero Bruce has got an amazing body of work. His biggest blockbuster was Die Hard (1988) which catapulted him straight in to the big leagues. He started his career from television working

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    Analysis: Bruce Willis '

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    Bruce Willis: Tough Guy or Honda’s Softie for Safety? Advertisements, most commonly in the form of a printed ad or television commercial, are used by businesses to promote their products. Effective advertisements promote products by informing the consumer, reminding the consumer of the product or brand, adding value to the product, or persuading the viewer to buy the product. Promotion of the product is important but so is standing out. The advertising world is so over saturated with commercials

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    need to do is go to a movie theatre and sit in front of a big screen with a coke and popcorn. You’ll find characters such as Bruce Willis defusing a bomb with a cigarette hanging out of his mouth, or Arnold Schwarzenegger playing the role of a president’s fitness expert, posing on the cover magazines with a big cigar in his mouth. Is that cigarette going to help Bruce Willis in any way defuse the bomb? Is a cigar a symbol of success and fame in our society? Ladies and gentlemen this is obviously

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    the police at a bank called the Alamo. Which appeared to have gone very wrong, and then going back in time via a homemade interview made at the home of the host of Criminals at Large( An Americas Most Wanted type show). We first get to know Joe (Bruce Willis) and Terry (Billy Bob Thornton) breaking out of an Oregon State Prison with the aid of a borrowed cement truck crashing through the prison gates all on a whim. That leads to an impromptu bank robbery started with a highlighter. Then two unsuspecting

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    The Year of 1962

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    Mexico on November 11, 1962. She is an American actress, film director, model, former songwriter, and a film producer. She married Freddy Moore in 1980 and divorced him in 1985. She married to Bruce Willis in 1987. With him she had three children; Tallulah Belle Willis, Scout LaRue Willis, and Rumer Willis. Her parents are Charles Harmon and Virginia King. Alicia Christian Foster, also known as Jodie Foster, was born in Los Angeles, California. She was born on November 19, 1962. Her parents are Lucius

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    Surrogates

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    racism and crime throughout society. The many benefits of surrogate technology have led to its widespread use and acceptance, but some believe these benefits have come at the cost of our humanity. Surrogates (2009) follows FBI agent Tom Greer (Bruce Willis) as he investigates a murder; the first one in years. A young couple is attacked by a man who destroys their surrogates using a strange weapon. Greer and his partner, Peters (Radha Mitchell), seek out the victims' operators and are shocked to find

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    minutes of the ‘Die Hard’ and the camera angle shots used. During the first few minutes of ‘Die Hard’ we already realise it is extremely economic because in every single scene we see there is economic involved such as when Bruce arrives with a limousine it shows us that Bruce is a high class, very formal, decent, rich in money wise and of...

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    The Has Been and The Never Was This is the story of two very different individuals who, up until a certain point, could have been called The Has Been and The Never Was. They are both successful actors who pursued slightly different paths to fame. When the two were cast together in the same movie, their performances were nothing short of spectacular. They proved to all of Hollywood that they were A-list, bankable Talent, and deserved the professional respect accorded to people of this caliber. The

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    Celebrity: (noun) 1. A well known person. 2. Fame, being famous. No doubt every simian tribe of hunter-gatherers had their local celebrities: the woman who gave birth to quintuplets, the boy who swallowed a porcupine and survived, the man who wrestled with a tyrannosaurus and... well, he probably would have died, but celebrity status would have been applied posthumously. If, however, the man wrestling with a Tyrannosaurus was a modern Hollywood celebrity, not only would he have lived, he would

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    Avoiding the Use of Terrorism in American Film With the events of September 11th, 2001 still heavy on our minds, many wonder what will become of the violent entertainment that we as a culture have so recently enjoyed. Many audience members cheered for the mass destruction of major landmarks as witnessed in such special effects extravaganzas as Independence Day (1996), Armageddon (1998), and Deep Impact (1998), but now watching those images is difficult after seeing it for real. More difficult

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