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  • Danger and Excitement in Speed

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    Danger and Excitement in Speed The film speed was released in 1994. It was directed by Jan de Bont. The film is titled speed for a good reason, the film never lets up in its suspense. The stars in the film are Keanu Reeves who played the part of Jack Tavern who is the hero in the film. Dennis Hopper plays the role of a nasty villain called Howard Payne. The genre of speed is action and adventure and in such films, the things we expect to see are explosions, suspense and tension, combat

  • The Excitement of Gaming Turned into an Addiction

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    gaming and spent most of my time on it. It taught me some driving skills making it very easy in physical driving I spent approximately 8 hours on playing games every day. My reasoning abilities also got improved via puzzles and adventure games. The excitement of gaming turned into addiction to the extent that I downloaded games on every device including my cell phone. It began affecting my life negatively in terms of academics, social, family and religious life. The ability to concentrate on studies

  • The Creation of Excitement in Sports Commentaries

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    nature of the commentary which accompanies such occasions significantly assists spectators in achieving this goal. In this essay, I will analyse the commentary of Mo Farah’s victory, and ask the question: ‘How do commentators add to the levels of excitement and drama?’ Previous Studies: The importance of sports commentary was highlighted in the study by Comisky, Bryant and Zillmann (1977), where they found that viewers were more excited and entertained when the hockey pundits used dramatic language

  • The Fun and Excitement of Easter Traditions

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    Easter is full of traditions with my family, from celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, to the dyeing of Easter eggs. Easter comes during the most beautiful time of year, SPRING! With all of the wonderful colors of greens, pinks, lavender, and yellows; they are so inspiring when picking out the colors to dye our Easter eggs. Alyce E. George (2011) writes in her article; Easter Traditions: From Pagan Rites to Christian Delights, What Does a Jelly Bean Laying Chocolate Rabbit Have to Do

  • Excitement Created in the Opening Sequences of James Bond Films

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    Excitement Created in the Opening Sequences of James Bond Films Introduction If we closely examine the opening scenes of many Bond films, we are very likely to find the following: Þ Action Þ Stunts Þ Use of high technology/gadgets Þ Exotic setting Þ Women Þ Appropriate camera positioning Þ Professional looking, (dark coloured) choice of clothing Þ Weapons Þ Fighting and killing Þ Music resembling what is actually going on in the background Þ Showing how quick

  • Dramatic Excitement in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge

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    Dramatic Excitement in Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge In this essay I am going to analyse the scene at the end of Act 1 of 'A View from the Bridge' and demonstrate how Arthur Miller, the best playwright of his time makes it dramatically exciting. I am also going to be writing about the three most important dramatic devices used by Arthur Miller which are use of the narrator, (Alfieri) dialogue and stage directions. Arthur Miller starts off by showing us that Alfieri is a lawyer

  • Excitement and Dangers of First Love in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

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    Shakespeare shows both the excitement and the dangers of first love using a range of structure and language devices to show how each character feels. He uses a wide range of metaphors to describe Romeo’s thoughts of Juliet and structures the play full of opposites and contrasts to show the light of love and the darkness of death and violence. In Act 1 Scene 5, Romeo and Juliet first meet each other in the party. This is a significant scene in the play as this is the start of the event that ultimately

  • Drama and Excitement in the Opening Scene of Romeo and Juliet by Baz Lurhmann

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    Drama and Excitement in the Opening Scene of Romeo and Juliet by Baz Lurhmann Romeo and Juliet is directed by Baz Lurhmann and was produced in 1997 .In the opening scene of the film is set in a petrol station . The Montague boys and the Capulet boys happen to meet each other and a quarrel ensues and this leads to a big gun battle accompanied by western music that adds humour to the scene. The techniques the Luhrmann uses are lighting ,camera angles , setting and different aspects of mis

  • William Shakespeare's Creation of Interest and Excitement for the Audience in Romeo and Juliet

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    William Shakespeare's Creation of Interest and Excitement for the Audience in Romeo and Juliet In this scene Shakespeare uses a variety of methods to increase the audience's interest of the play. Shakespeare also creates a very dramatic story in this scene which is exciting for the audience in itself. Ultimately the events in this particular part of the play, will contribute to the eventual the deaths of the two main characters - Romeo and Juliet. The first speech is Benvolio telling

  • Graduation Speech : College Is The Time Of Excitement, Fear, Anticipation, And Nervousness

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    Senior year, what can be said about it that hasn 't already been said. It is the time of excitement, fear, anticipation, and nervousness. It 's kind of a strange time, you are coming to the realization that your childhood is over and your adult life is about to begin. We begin to make plans, for most of us it 's the college route, because that 's all we know what to think and do. These days there 's a big push for everyone to go to college, no matter what, it 's the future. Bobby Scott says it best

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