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  • Friends Episode and Values

    Friends Episode and Values

    After previewing an episode of Friends, one can see how the characters multifaceted personalities and gender coalesce to promote values and certain role models in society. In sit-coms like these, the reader watches how the eccentric group of characters reflect the stereotypical men and women. From the feminine and superficial Rachel to the sensitive and zany Joey, the audience is able to relate to a wide range of characters yet able to distinguish the different

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Jessica
  • Fritz Lang M: Analysis

    Fritz Lang M: Analysis

    Fritz Lang's M (1931), contains both dialogue sequences and silent sequences with music or sound effects. Lang edited the sound as if he were editing the visuals. We are introduced to the murder in shadow when he speaks to a young girl, Elsie. We hear the conversation he makes with her, but we see only his shadow, which is ironically shown on a reward poster for his capture. Lang then set up a parallel action

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    Submitted: February 3, 2010 By: July
  • From Fame to Misfortune

    From Fame to Misfortune

    Do you remember the song “I Like it” by Sammie? This song was extremely Brennan best describes individuals of this nature as one hit wonders, “those who were trying to leave their mark, but they only end up doing so once” (Jake Brennan, 731). popular in the year 2000. Everywhere you went you could hear some child singing the lyrics” I like it girl, don't you know I like it”. However, after a year had

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    Submitted: December 24, 2009 By: Andrew
  • From Yesterday to Today: A Look at Jimi Hendrix, George Clinton and Outkast

    From Yesterday to Today: A Look at Jimi Hendrix, George Clinton and Outkast

    From Yesterday to Today: A Look at Jimi Hendrix, George Clinton and Outkast Professor Jones Nicole Jones MUH-1350 Flamboyant colors, loud belted lyrics and original style; all are the makings of a true American rock star. The 1960’s in America were an especially difficult, emotional, and experimental years for most. Vietnam, Civil Rights and freedom of expression and speech are all important factors in the nonconformity of music during this time. One of the key

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    Submitted: November 16, 2009 By: Bred
  • Frontline the Siege and We Aint Got Dames Analysis

    Frontline the Siege and We Aint Got Dames Analysis

    The Siege focuses on a gunman holding his children hostage over a custody battle. Panic sets in when the Frontline team learns of the siege and the entire team’s priority becomes this news story. Emma, the able journalist finds the phone number of the farmhouse and ties up the phone line, Marty is attempting to sensationalise the rather “dull” footage, and Mike is running late wanting to know whether he can pick up Macdonalds on

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    Submitted: November 19, 2009 By: Mikki
  • Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin

    Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin

    Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin was born on March 10, 1810 according to Chopin and his family, in the village of Zelazowa Wola near Sochaczew, in the region of Mazovia, which was part of the Duchy of Warsaw (Murdoch) but written records have documented that he was born on February 22 (Huneker). Chopin’s parents, Mikolaj Chopin and Tekla Justyna Krzyzanowaska, were married in 1806 and had four children: three daughters: Ludwika, Izabela and Emilia, a son

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    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Victor
  • Funk Word Meaning

    Funk Word Meaning

    The word "funk", once defined in dictionaries as body odor or the smell of sexual intercourse, commonly has been regarded as coarse or indecent. African-American musicians originally applied "funk" to music with a slow, mellow groove, then later with a hard-driving, insistent rhythm because of the word's association with sexual intercourse. This early form of the music set the pattern for later musicians. The music was slow, sexy, loose, riff-oriented and dance able. Funky

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    Submitted: February 18, 2010 By: Wendy
  • Future of Music

    Future of Music

    From folk-blues singers like Huddie Ledbetter (a.k.a. Leadbelly) to modern day hip hop artists like Common, Talib Kweli and the Roots, the folk music of the African-American communities has embodied the struggle of the marginalized worker in America. Probably the most influential figure from this time was folk-blues musician Huddie Ledbetter (a.k.a. Leadbelly). Leadbelly (1888-1949) integrated old gospel tunes, blues, folk, and country music into a sound that was entirely his own. Born onto a

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    Submitted: January 5, 2010 By: Janna
  • Future of the Music Industry

    Future of the Music Industry

    A terrible thing is happening to the recorded music business as we know it. It is literally going away. For years now many of us have been predicting the demise of the record labels, falling CD sales, the erosion of radio as a promotional channel, lack of barriers to entry into music making - and all the rest. Well now it seems like the worst possible future is happening right before our eyes. CD sales

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    Submitted: March 4, 2010 By: Stenly
  • G.G. Music Essay

    G.G. Music Essay

    2-3-05 G.G. Music Project F Block In my project I chose a variety of songs. I have fast paste songs and some slow paste songs. I chose these songs because they want to make jump and some may even make you down to earth and very relaxed. My choice of songs date back from the swinging 30’s to the banging music of today. Jitter Bug by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy is most likely the

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    Submitted: April 15, 2010 By: Steve
  • Gaelic Football

    Gaelic Football

    Lesson Plan 3 game related activity Gaelic Football: Aim: To develop the skills learned by the pupils to a level where they can incorporate the skills learned into a game related scenario Objectives: Pupils should be able to Repeat basic skills learned in previous classes Realize the game is a team sport Learn to tackle Know when to call for a ball Know when to pass and when to carry ball Know how to maintain

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    Submitted: November 16, 2009 By: Andrew
  • Gallipoli - Australian Film Review

    Gallipoli - Australian Film Review

    Gallipoli is the remarkable story of two Western Australian mates who are sent to Gallipoli in 1915. Frank and Archie are both very successful sprinters and Archie wants adventure, while Frank wants to stay in Australia, but signs up for the inventory anyway. This story brings back some harsh truths about warfare, and explains why so many naпve young men joined up, only to suffer deaths well before their time. The troops were headed for

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    Submitted: May 20, 2010 By: Mikki
  • Gallipoli Movie Review

    Gallipoli Movie Review

    The film Gallipoli takes place during World War I's Gallipoli campaign in 1915. The two main characters in the film are Archy and Frank. Archy and Frank are from Western Australia and they both enlist to fight in Gallipoli. Archy is an extremely fast runner who meets Frank at an athletics competition. We can see from the beginning that Archy is eager to join the war. After being turned down because he was underage, he

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    Submitted: January 12, 2010 By: Top
  • Gandhi

    Gandhi

    In a time when racial and religious prejudice ran rampant in the four corners of the world a little brown man in India strived for a change. Gandhi is a profound movie that takes its biopic title to new heights in completely capturing the spirit of a majestic man in a time which one such person was needed in the world. It documents the life and times of Mohandas K. (later called Mahatma) Gandhi and

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    Submitted: December 16, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Gandhi

    Gandhi

    The movie “Gandhi” was just as interesting as it was informational. Mohandas Gandhi, more widely known as Mahatma Gandhi was the prominent leader of the Indian Independence Movement. The movement as well as the movie started off with Gandhi protesting the passes that the British were forcing all Indians to carry. Gandhi felt that if everyone did not have to carry these passes there was no reason that the Indians should. He decided to burn

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    Submitted: February 26, 2010 By: Victor
  • Gandhi the Film and How It Compares to Early 20th Century Indian History

    Gandhi the Film and How It Compares to Early 20th Century Indian History

    Gandhi While ‘Gandhi’, the movie, when combined with Metcalf and Frankel’s research , gives a comprehensive and multi-dimensional understanding of India towards the end of the British occupation, and helps us empathize in a way the readings alone cannot, I feel that the movie on its own, irresponsibly conveys a dangerously limited understanding of the early 20th century dilemma in the Asian sub-continent. By failing to capture the salient class tensions and problematic notions

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    Submitted: March 26, 2010 By: Mike
  • Garages

    Garages

    Today in my garage i found a cat and the cats name was bob. bob the cat knows how to drive cars, but only automatics (he can't reach the clutch and the shifter) one time bob ran away and i found him at a brothrel. bob is a very bad kitty. I tried to have bob declawed after he tried to slit my wrist while i was sleeping but he said he needs his claws

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    Submitted: February 27, 2010 By: Mike
  • Garden of Eden Production of Masterminds

    Garden of Eden Production of Masterminds

    Sex is a very pleasurable experience between a man and a women but it can also be used to control one of the partners. In Paradise Lost, Adam and Eve have many sexual encounters that seem to keep Adam under the control of Eve. Adam is so infatuated with Eve it gets him to give into temptation, as he never had control over himself but that Eve had full control over him. But pleasure can

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    Submitted: March 8, 2010 By: Monika
  • Garden State by 'pipsorcle'

    Garden State by 'pipsorcle'

    Garden State by 'Pipsorcle' Andrew Largeman's (Zack Braff) journey throughout "Garden State" seems to be a testament on the meaning of liberation. Going from his struggling acting life in Los Angeles to his hometown in New Jersey, where he witnesses his mother's funeral, Andrew is in the mist of confronting difficult issues. One of the biggest issues is coming to terms with his psychologist father (Ian Holm), whom he has distanced himself from for many

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    Submitted: December 23, 2009 By: Max
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    In the future discrimination is based on genetics, not race or class. Parents see geneticist to filter out undesirable traits in their children. Vincent's parents decided to go trust mother nature and concieve naturally. Vincent is seen as genetically inferior and is doomed to a life of servitude. His parents have a second child and choose to consult a geneticist. this child is his parents pride and joy. Vincent is treated as if he's fragile

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    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Mike
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    What would the world be like if we could pick how everyone would grow up to be? Would it create a better place to live in? Would it take the natural aspect out of human nature? Would the process even be considered human? There would be the endless questions of whether it was morally right or wrong, or if we should bother trying to perfect a person when they are just not made to be

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    Submitted: December 15, 2009 By: regina
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    Gattaca The movie Gattaca is a look into a disturbing view of the future and what science might be able to do. The disturbing part about Gattaca is that science can know too much about a person, the segregation is very extreme and that there is no push to change the way things are. First, the scientist during the time period Gattaca was set in knows too much about a person. Before the person is

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    Submitted: January 2, 2010 By: Top
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    Minority Report is Steven Spielberg№s second cinematic journey and investigation into interior darkness and (after his portrayal of the dark psyche in A.I.: Artificial Intelligence) into the future of humankind. It comes in the form of the atmospheric neo-noir/sci-fi/futuristic thriller which stars an intense Tom Cruise.... Myth, Shadow Politics, and Perennial Philosophy in Minority Report (Writers: Jon Cohen and Frank Scott; Director: Steven Spielberg. 20th Century Fox and Dream Works Pictures, 2002) A Film Analysis

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    Gattaca is a film about conquering the human gene via genetic manipulation and how this technology cannot eradicate the problems with human nature. This assumes that to manipulate human genetics is justifiable and that human nature is a flaw. This film is about human nature triumphing over a society in which perfect DNA is the only measure of success. There are many examples of scientific advances in Gattaca. The main advance is genetic engineering and

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    Submitted: February 10, 2010 By: Mikki
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    Synopsis Set in the 21st century, Gattaca gives one perspective of what the future of discrimination is to become: DNA. “No longer determined by social status or the color of your skin, no, we now have discrimination down to a science.” Gattaca is similar to our current NASA, a space agency in the future that is only open to those with the “right things.” Children, for those who can afford it, are now created by

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    Submitted: March 7, 2010 By: July
  • Gattaca

    Gattaca

    The story of Vincent shows in Gattaca that there is possibility of beating the genetic engineering system. Vincent is one of the last naturally born babies born into a sterile, genetically enhanced world, where life expectancy and disease likelihood are ascertained at birth. Myopic and due to die at 30, he has no chance of a career in a society that now discriminates against your genes, instead of your gender, race or religion. Vincent an

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    Submitted: April 1, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Gattaca (summary and Analysis)

    Gattaca (summary and Analysis)

    Gattaca A Film by Andrew Niccol Summary and Analysis Summary Exactly five seconds after he came into the world, Vincent Freeman was already considered to be a looser. His first genetic test revealed high probabilities of hyperactivity, sight troubles and serious heart diseases, a life expectancy of 30 years and 2 months and quite low intellectual faculties. At that time, the artificial insemination of test tube babies selected according to their genetic potential had become

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Vika
  • Gattaca - the World of Gattaca Is Focused on Genetic Perfection, Yet It Is the Imperfect Vincent That Achieves the Most

    Gattaca - the World of Gattaca Is Focused on Genetic Perfection, Yet It Is the Imperfect Vincent That Achieves the Most

    Set within a world governed by genetic engineering, Andrew Niccol’s film, Gattaca, portrays the dire consequences of such a society in “the not too distant future”. Given a pre-determined life as a “god child” due of his parent’s adherence to religious beliefs, Vincent Freeman is an individual who “refuses to play the hand he was dealt”. Vincent although seemingly cursed with an imperfect genetic composition manages to overcome considerable odds in order to achieve his

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    Submitted: May 30, 2010 By: David
  • Gattaca Final Scene "going Home" Analysis

    Gattaca Final Scene "going Home" Analysis

    I. SCENE OVERVIEW GATTACA is a film about a possible future. Man has mastered genetics and has taken over evolution. Superior children are made simply by manipulating genes. It’s an examination of one of man’s greatest aspects. In fact, the film’s tagline is "There is no gene for the human spirit." The superior are often complacent, confident in their inherent abilities. Those who’ve been conceived naturally are considered lower class, but really are the fighters,

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    Submitted: December 1, 2009 By: Mikki
  • Gattaca Opening Scenes

    Gattaca Opening Scenes

    ‘Gattaca’ is a 1999 futuristic thriller directed by New Zealander Andrew Niccol. In it, Andrew Niccol explores the themes of genetic modification and its possible future use in human engineering. The opening scenes are stylishly designed and subtly introduce the themes and main character of the film. As mentioned, genetics plays a very large role in the film ‘Gattaca’ and is introduced in several ways in the opening scenes. The very first images the viewer

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    Submitted: February 7, 2010 By: Fatih
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