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    Luc Besson’s Europacorp and was filmed mostly in Paris. On its opening day in the U.S., the film grossed $9.4 million, and has garnered over $220 million worldwide (Taken, par. 17). The central character in this film is Bryan Mills, played by Liam Neeson. His daughter, Kim Mills, is played by Maggie Grace. Although having limited camera exposure, she is the main driving force behind her father’s actions. Bryan’s ex-wife Lenore, and her husband Stuart contribute supporting roles which add to the

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    uncertainty. Liam Neeson is the perfect actor for this film; he is great at providing a sense of authority and the “wise man” attitude for any situation. Non-Stop is the perfect title and emphasizes the non-stop terror and calamity portrayed in a commercial airline 40,000ft. above sea level. The insane twist in this movie is realizing the least expected character turns out being the antagonist who plots to take down the transatlantic flight instead of the original plans. Liam Neeson plays as flight

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    Film Analysis: Non-Stop

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    Let me begin by saying that Liam Neeson is one of my favorite actors – and as far as I’m concerned everything he touches turns to pure gold. He became a full-blown household name after his masterful work in Schindler’s List, but in my book, he will forever be etched in my imagination as Qui-Gon Jinn from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Don’t get me wrong – he’s been apart of some historically terrible movies, including The Phantom Menace, along with films like Battleship, The Haunting, and The Nut

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    His love for them is what becomes his strength, and he uses this power to eliminate anyone who comes near them. In taken 2, Liam Neeson, the main character is shown protecting his wife and guiding his daughter, making sure that nothing bad happens to them. He fights, kills and runs just to make sure that they are safe. Especially, when in the trailer he is surrounded by the antagonist

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    Liam Neeson stars as Bill Marks, a U.S federal air marshal. Bill is on a plane traveling from New York to London. Soon after the flight takes off, he begins to receive threatening text messages telling him a passenger will be killed every twenty minutes, until $150 million is transferred to a bank account of his choosing. It's revealed that the bank account is in Mark's name. This leads others to believe he is the hijacker. Bill can't be sure who to trust, but must find out what is really going on

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    Men in Black and Star Wars the Phantom Menace as Science Fiction Both of these films contain ideas of war and peace, whether it is the threat of invasion or the protection of land and values; also there is an element of power that is exerted between two sides disrupting the peace and the balance of the universe. Secrecy is added to indicate that not everything should be available for all to see. Conformity is a key theme and is evident throughout, either via costume or setting. These films

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    naïve about how abductions occur. Our secondary audience is parents. To appeal to both of our audiences will use a pathos appeal. Images from the original Taken movie or easily understood by teens and young adults will be used. The main character, Liam Neeson as Bryan Mils, will be quite large on the poster since he is noted for finding his family and killing whoever took his family. The element that will draw our audience to the poster will be the texts “Always Look Around” and “You Can be TAKEN TOO”

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    Fielding (Liam Neeson), who had been instrumental in Mendoza’s path to the priesthood. Some of the natives escape, and move further inward toward the center of South America. The movie, if nothing else, presented the scenario in a perspective that differs from what we learned about in class, showing the events from the perspective of an eventual Jesuit priest, rather than through the lens of Pombaline reform. The movie holds what is now a very noteworthy cast, with Robert De Niro, Liam Neeson, and Jeremy

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    The List is Life: Oskar Schindler

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    “Whoever saves a single life, it is as if he had saved the whole world” (Rodkinson) These words, as spelled out in the Babylonian Talmud, signify a people’s tradition; a people with a history of persecution. Undeniably, the persecution experienced by the Jewish people has helped to shape the perception of humanity and the approach to racism, bigotry, and intolerance. Movies about the Holocaust can teach us about intolerance and the psychology of man which both fueled the atrocities that occurred

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    Primarily, The movie is centered on Oskar Schindler, who came to Germany to take advantage of the cheap labor force of Jews. Since he doesn’t know how to properly run a company, Schindler enlists Itzhak Stern to deal with the administration of the company. Meanwhile, Amon Goth initiated construction of the labor camp Paszow. Soon after, the SS transport and massacre everyone at the Krakow ghetto. Seeing this, Schindler is moved and not only convinces Goth to let him build a sub-ghetto for his workers

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