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    Motion Pictures have always had a strong influence in today’s culture, but maybe none as prevalent as Star Wars. Originating with Episode 4 A New Hope, the series boomed from 1977 to 2005 with yet another addition coming in 2015. The strongest of the series was the original trilogy episodes 4, 5, and 6, all generally released in the 1980s. As one of the strongest film francaises still today, it’s impact within the 1980s was only the tip of the iceberg. Children and adults alike still anticipate

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    How Technology is Represented in Star Wars

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    How Technology is Represented in Star Wars When watching the film, Star Wars, it is impossible not to be aware of the technology that is represented in the film, partly because it is so much more advanced than our own is now, but also because we can imagine how we might someday acquire such technology. The central theme in Star Wars is good versus evil, clearly demonstrated by the technology in the film. While the Rebels (the good guys) use technology primarily to fight for freedom and quality

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    Myth and Romance in Star Wars

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    Myth and Romance in Star Wars Pure science fiction is rarely written. Science fiction is often blended with elements of other genres from horror to fairy tales. The movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope is one example of this. It contains a combination of science fiction with mythical and romantic elements. Contributing to this combination are the main characters Luke, Leia, Han, and Obi-wan, the movie’s setting in a galaxy far, far away, and Luke’s great quest. Luke Skywalker is a mythical

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    Star Wars

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    Star Wars Star Wars is a science fiction adventure novel. The symbolism and characterization was really excellent in the story. The story gives a great look into the future as it has many different types of things we have not yet invented; blaster rifles, space ships that go the speed of light, fat alien slugs, and beam swords. The plot of the story sucks you into the novel and makes you want to continue reading the novel. The plot of the story mainly reflects on a young boy, Luke Skywalker

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    galaxy far, far away, the Rebel Alliance had just stolen the plans for the Empire’s Death Star space station. The starship belonging to Princess Leia, a prominent leader of the Rebel Alliance, which is carrying the plans, is captured by an Imperial Star Destroyer. During the ensuing battle, Princess Leia slips away, where we see her giving the secret documents and a cry for help directed at Obi-Wan, a Jedi and old friend, to R2-D2, a maintenance droid. After R2-D2 and C-3PO (another droid aboard

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    In 1977 a young director by the name of George Lucas completed his second major film project. The project was Star Wars and it debuted to considerable success. Despite being a stand-alone film Lucas went on to produce two sequels and three prequels. The entire series was a commercial success and spawned an expanded universe larger than any other franchise. However, the story of Star Wars: A New Hope, as it was called after the creation of The Empire Strikes Back, is not new. In fact, it follows many

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    12 Angry Men is a 96 minutes movie released in the year of 1957. The movie was beyond the ancient trend. The unique concept and exceptionally organised and well written script gave a place in the history to the movie. The movie is based on the arguments presents by 12 jury members in order to prove guilty of a boy who has been accused of stabbing a knife to his own father. The series of arguments presents by every jury members and their logical sequence adds life to the movie. In one sentences

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    ‘’Stranger Things’’- a love letter to the 80s ‘’Stranger Things’’ is a Netflix original sci-fi series that graced our screens in the summer of 2016. It is based off a time when classic science fiction tales enthralled audiences with such works such as ‘’Alien’’, ‘’Back to the Future’’, and ‘’E.T.’’, so the show is reminiscent of many classic 80’s movie elements, doused in nostalgia. It is clear the creators of ‘’Stranger Things’’, The Duffer Brothers, know the era, one could say, inside out and upside

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    Thomas Cruise Mapother IV was born July 3rd, 1962. He is known in the movie industry as Tom Cruise. He is most famous for his role as an actor and movie producer. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and has won three Golden Globe awards. He started his career in the movie Endless Love at the age of 19. Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York. He is the son of Mary Lee and Thomas Cruise Mapother III. His mother was a special education teacher, and his father was an electrical engineer. He

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    Hollywood has always been considered as one of the crown jewels of the entertainment industry. A true powerhouse of western cinema with a myriad of productions, each successful in the art of storytelling, and the maker of numerous directors, producers, writers and actors. With a reputation such as that, it’s no surprise that Hollywood is not only a symbol of success but also a beacon of hope for any aspiring newcomer. Indeed, Hollywood has been around for a great amount of time. Since the early 1900s

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