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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom As I sat and watched “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” the version of the “Orient” we get in this film is quite clear. Played and acted out by Harrison Ford, he was the all-knowing, adventurous, witty, “save the day” kind of guy, who just happens to be a professor and archaeologist as well. He knew throughout every scene, how to handle a particular situation even though parts of this country were foreign to him. What makes this “Orient” stand out even

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    The Climax of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Steven Spielberg directed "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" in 1984. It is an action/adventure movie and is set in the year 1935. The main character that plays a big part in the movie is Indiana Jones (played by Harrison Ford) who is an archaeologist with a difference. Indiana's sidekicks through out the film are Willie Scott (played by Kate Capshaw) who is a glamorous dancer in a nightclub and Short Round (played by Ke Huy Quan)

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    different film techniques to imply to the audience a specific message or deeper meaning. The film is about a young boy losing his family and being forced into slavery under the ruling of Thulsa Doom and his followers. Conan grows up being exposed to a barbaric lifestyle. He then uses this lifestyle to defeat Thulsa Doom and the disturbing ritual-like worshiping of the serpent. The directors use of cinematography to convey relationships, and costumes to portray the time period and social status of the characters

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    specific message or deeper meaning behind his intentions of the way the film was made. The movie is about a young boy named Conan losing his family and being forced into slavery under the ruling of Thulsa Doom. Conan grows up being exposed to a barbaric lifestyle. He uses this lifestyle to defeat Thulsa Doom and the disturbing ritual-like worshiping of the serpent. The directors use of cinematography to convey relationships, and costumes and makeup to portray the time period and social status of the characters

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    the prophets

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    mentions no King, nor does it mention the name of the warring nation that has been coming against Judah. Although, it is e... ... middle of paper ... ..., that the temple should be rebuilt immediately. In the book of Malachi he finds the Israelites once again growing indifferent to their spiritual commitments, neglecting duties to the temple, as well as skirting worship and righteousness. Malachi reprimanded them however he did not leave them without hope. Malachi forecasted the coming promise of Elijah

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    Jewish Unity

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    Jewish Unity We learn history so we are not doomed to repeat it; but Jewish history has been repeating for thousands of years. Ever since the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem the Jewish people have been stuck in a dangerous pattern. The force that keeps it going is the fact that Jews have a strong tendency to argue and disagree. It seems like a small problem but it can end friendships, form splits in communities and create conflicting sects of Judaism. Following the pattern, God

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    The American novels Charlotte Temple and The Scarlet Letter are similar in many ways. Some of the most obvious are that both of the novels revolve around the lives of ruined women. In Charlotte Temple, Charlotte is seduced by the charming solder John Montraville, who singlehandedly manages to tarnish her reputation by leaving her a young, pregnant, outcast. Hester Prynne also goes through public humiliation for her actions with Arthur Dimmesdale. However, these women are greatly affected by the

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    The Romans and therefore Josephus who is an integrated part of their collation by this time thought that if they (the rebels) were indeed to come to their senses, the Romans would help in the preservation of the marvel that is the Jewish temple. Josephus makes this one point abundantly clear that the Romans were more than willing despite their dislike of the Jewish people, in general, to help save something they found magnificent and to a significant part they wanted for themselves. “…He would not

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    and analyse the aspects that make them a particular genre. The first of my films is presumed to be an action adventure, made in 1984 by Steven Spielberg. Titled ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’, it is automatically acknowledged as exciting and adventurous, mainly because of the use of the word ‘doom’. In the clip, a female who claims no one is flying the plane wakes Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford). She is a stereotypical blond haired woman, most often portrayed as the helpless and vulnerable

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    town where there was absolute peace, a utopia, almost. This man is no ordinary man. He led a church, The Peoples Temple, where he performed miracles to convince his impressionable followers to put their lives completely in his hands. All of them at a desperate state, when he asks them to come follow him to Jonestown in South America, they pack up and leave the States to their ultimate doom. Jim Jones is the man who led over 900 people to his new town, to his utopia where no speculations could be made

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