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  • Movie Review on ‘silver Lining Playbook’

    Movie Review on ‘silver Lining Playbook’

    Stereotypical romantic movies are normally like: A handsome man and a beautiful woman fall in love with each other. Then they separated for a while because of some reasons like misunderstandings, class disparity or third party. At last they still get together again unbelievably and live happily ever after. Movies like “Chalet girl” or “The Lucky One” would be good examples of stereotypical movies. If you are tired of the stereotyped romantic film, you want to watch some different romantic movies. The movie “Silver Lining Playbook” directed by David O. Russell would be a

    Essay Length: 1,413 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: October 20, 2016 By: Yuki Zhang
  • Music Edm and Triphop - Post Modern Design Exercise

    Music Edm and Triphop - Post Modern Design Exercise

    Nathaniel Allen Graphic Design 1 Anthony Rostvold 4/21/2018 Post Modern Design Exercise #1) Description of Electronic / Dance music: Electro House: This style of music is characterized by a pulsating, industrial driving beat, with sparsely sprinkled lyrics (often repeating). It evokes post-apocalyptic imagery, and seems to invite the listener to “let go” since nothing else matters. This genre of music is all about letting go and dancing. It is anti-judgmental in its approach, and is cautious to not lay their trip on anyone else. It respects individuality, and leaves room for the hearer to come

    Essay Length: 852 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: April 25, 2018 By: nthomfor
  • Nasc 4 Assignment

    Nasc 4 Assignment

    Cepillo, Maria Basiisa Concepcion A. September 12, 2016 CAS B7 2015-06655 A. Plant Image result for uplb map The most interesting plant for me is the famous fertility tree or Samanea saman, scientifically speaking. When I first came to UPLB, it is the first one to catch my eye due to its enormous size, broadness, mushroom-like appearance, dark green color, and large canopy. Its position amazes me since it’s at the center---seems like it’s governing the surrounding plants also helped by its mushroom-like appearance. I also observed that it is greener than the other plants,

    Essay Length: 580 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: September 18, 2016 By: lisacep
  • New Mode Caribbean Music

    New Mode Caribbean Music

    Hoa Chung Professor: D. Keller Music 104 February 26th, 2019 New Mode Caribbean Music The transatlantic slave trade, which lasted from the 16th to 19th centuries, found millions of people taken from their homes in central and western Africa and shipped across the ocean to work in the Caribbean and Central and South America. Toiling as unpaid laborers on sugar, coffee, cocoa and cotton plantations, in gold and silver mines, and as servants in houses, these enslaved people took with them the rich and vibrant cultural traditions of their homelands. Over time, as slavery ended

    Essay Length: 539 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: March 6, 2019 By: chunghoa
  • Other Sister

    Other Sister

    Introduction: The movie “The Other Sister” is a romantic comedy released by Touchstone Pictures in 1999 by director Garry Marshall about Carla Tate (Juliette Lewis) a 22 year old woman who is developmentally delayed and her struggles and accomplishments she has showing her family her father Dr. Radley Tate (Tom Skerritt), her mother Elizabeth Tate (Diane Keaton), and her two sisters Caroline (Poppy Montgomery) and Heather Tate (Sarah Paulson) that she is capable of making her own decision in her life. After growing up in a “special school for people like her” (Special Education Schools

    Essay Length: 1,734 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: June 4, 2012 By: Max
  • Planet in Peril

    Planet in Peril

    Chris Carroll World Ecology Problems Planet in Peril Part 1 4/19/16 Planet in Peril is a documentary about a full year long investigation to study things that are causing huge problems including climate change, deforestation, overpopulation, species loss and some more issues that are completely negative. The research was done by a doctor and two biologist who traveled thirteen different countries in order to get their work done. According to the United Nations, the species loss is 1,000 times the natural rate of extinction; which is totally out of control. In Bangkok, illegal markets take

    Essay Length: 513 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 9, 2016 By: philisbell
  • Punisher Case

    Punisher Case

    After witnessing his family's brutal execution style murder and being severely wounded himself, Frank Castle was presented with a choice; die and meet his family in the afterlife or physically heal and enact his vengeance on those responsible. When Frank leveled his weapon, brought his sights to bear and pulled the trigger, ending the life of his enemy, Frank Castle died and the Punisher was born. Throughout the history of comic books we have seen heroes, super heroes, and even anti-heroes, but where does the Punisher truly belong? Is the Punisher really a super

    Essay Length: 1,127 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: July 5, 2012 By: darthchicken
  • Reality Television Shows

    Reality Television Shows

    Research Paper Ones’ perception of what reality is and means is unique for each and every individual, therefore saying a type of television show depicts actual reality is misleading. Reality television supposedly depicts the average person on a television show, but many times this is not what happens. Reality television is a huge success in America, with numerous television networks airing reality television shows. Reality television is successful because viewer’s love watching other peoples’ lives and relating to that life. Reality shows provide entertainment for viewers, but the shows are often misleading, promoting bad behavior,

    Essay Length: 2,833 Words / 12 Pages
    Submitted: May 30, 2019 By: dsteadman
  • Redefining Motion Pictures with the Camera

    Redefining Motion Pictures with the Camera

    "Do you know…what we film tomorrow will strike the hearts of the world? Remember that, remember that when you go before the camera." Powerful words stated by one of history's most prominent directors, D.W. Griffith. With motion pictures having been through many changes in both cinematic style and in film content over time, numerous transformations of the cinematic world can be accredited to several different visionaries in this art. With Edwin Stanton Porter to George Melies, every visionary has illustrated and developed their methods in how cinema is viewed to this day. However, there are

    Essay Length: 1,973 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: August 11, 2014 By: tzhang112091
  • Review of Brian's Song

    Review of Brian's Song

    my essay on brian's song. Brian's song is a case study in determination, sportsmanship/friendship and courage. It involves Chicago Bears players Gale Sayers and Brian Piccolo who are different races and overtime trials around that fact and overcome illness, injury and biggotary in 1966 when the focus of the general public was on segregation rather than integration. The two friends employed the traits of abiding by the golden rule, real and expressed publically concern and empathy for each other. This was a very telling part of our past that still rears its ugly head even

    Essay Length: 266 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 19, 2014 By: ethanmorris
  • Rick and Morty Analysis

    Rick and Morty Analysis

    Rick and Morty was created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon , their first episode releasing on December 2, 2013. It is a sci-fi, rowdy show for science geeks or even just people trying to have a laugh at dark humor. It brings many controversies because of how dark the humor can get. The show was based on a series of crudely animated short films for Channel 101 based on a Back to the Future parody "The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti" by Justin Roiland. The plot of the show is confusing, but

    Essay Length: 599 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 23, 2019 By: relilol
  • Rodgers and Hammerstein

    Rodgers and Hammerstein

    Dominique Holloway Music History Review/Paper III December 11, 2015 Rodgers and Hammerstein Musical Theater was a very important and influential part of American music history during the Twentieth century. Although musical theater was a musical tradition started in Europe, American musicians were constantly working to become independent of European musical theater traditions and make their own unique sound. American musicians sought to create music that was rooted solely in American music styles with story lines that dealt with issues America faced at the time. No one could transform lives and bring stories to the stage

    Essay Length: 1,045 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 27, 2018 By: DivaLove33
  • Support Local Musicians

    Support Local Musicians

    SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MUSICIANS, SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY Abstract The ease of acquiring music for free can hinder the emerging local musician in their quest to pursue a career in making music. This paper examines reasons and ways that musicians are struggling to earn the money they need to survive. Several proposals are offered to music fans on how they can encourage and support their local musicians. Together, fans and musicians can make the music scene in their local community vibrant and beneficial for all. Introduction Everyone likes a good bargain and feeling like they are

    Essay Length: 2,644 Words / 11 Pages
    Submitted: March 14, 2018 By: Tabrooke
  • The Emperor’s Club and Finding Forrester

    The Emperor’s Club and Finding Forrester

    Be Who You Are In the films The Emperor’s Club and Finding Forrester a new meaning of integrity was stipulated in both films, two main characters Mr. Hundert (The Emperor’s Club) and Jamal (Finding Forrester) demonstrated the meaning on Integrity. Integrity is the consistency of staying true to yourself and the moral principles you value no matter what. Mr. Hundert and Jamal shared similar conflicts of being faced with serious situations, which led the two characters to stay true themselves no matter what, however the examples were shown different between Mr. Hundret and Jamal. In

    Essay Length: 1,195 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: September 6, 2017 By: Sydney Castillo
  • The Giver - Movie Review

    The Giver - Movie Review

    In the movie, The Giver, Jonas lives in an equalitarian society which strives for tranquility by alleviating its members ability to see color, acknowledge feelings aside from joy and contentment. Also in hopes to create a utopian society the elders or rulers create and an established set of rules. This set of rules includes that each person is to take their medicine every morning to stay “happy”/ prevent the elders from losing control of a persons verbal and non- verbal actions. Each member of the community is also assigned a career chosen by the elders.

    Essay Length: 377 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 15, 2016 By: Cheyenne Schmedeke
  • The Musical Canon Lives on

    The Musical Canon Lives on

    The Musical Canon Lives On In today’s modern world, everyone knows about the great composers of classical music: Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, etc. They have been memorialized for all eternity in what is now known as the musical canon. Because of the construction of this musical canon, the concert hall has since been transformed into a “musical museum”. This concept of the canon has created a lasting effect on composers of the generations to come, such as Johannes Brahms, Aaron Copland and John Cage, whose works can be seen as three different responses to the idea

    Essay Length: 1,362 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: May 31, 2019 By: BowlsofAwe
  • The Quiet Man

    The Quiet Man

    Section 1 The Quiet Man is a movie that features John Wayne as a serious, quiet Sean Thornton who has gone back to his home country of Ireland. He has returned to his birth place to reestablish himself. This movie shows a different side of what John Wayne normally does in film. In this movie his Western followers may be an audience interested in seeing a different side of John Wayne. Another audience that may enjoy seeing this movie is the Irish audience who appreciates the Irish culture and traditions of that time. Section 2

    Essay Length: 681 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: May 25, 2012 By: Max

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