• Odyssey
    of the greeks. for me who really like knowing about greeks god and goddesses was happy about the movie. I see that the greek epic was indeed rich in culture. In this movie i can have an idea of what happens before. its a good thing that there's a movie like this . it really help us students because i...
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  • Penelope of the Odyssey
    together, this comes as a shock to Penelope as throughout the book and even during the movie, it shows her long for her husband Odysseus. During the movie it shows the scene where she is on the beach displaying her sexual desire for him (The Odyssey, 1997). This also shows her loyalty and faithfulness...
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  • 2001: What to Do with the Unknown
    There are many science fiction stories about space exploration. They are written, filmed, and spoken to help us think about what we will find when we explore the universe and what we will do with that new knowledge. The movie 2001: A Space Odyssey and the short story The Sentinel are two attempts...
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  • The Odyssey
    Name: Lascuña, April Joy C. Subject: Literature 2 Section: 4E BSAE Date: July 11, 2011 REACTION PAPER ABOUT THE MOVIE “THE ODYSSEY” The Odyssey is about the adventures, adversaries and journeys of Odysseus, King of Ithaca, and the greatest hero of Greeks. “Without God, man is...
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  • TROY
    , the Achaeans demanded to take her back Premium 490 Words 2 Pages Helen of Troy The movie Helen of Troy shows the important details before and inside the book Iliad. The movie helps us to understand what is all about the book Iliad. Also, it shows how the Trojan war...
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  • Journal on Inception
    be human. Using this logic, replicants are human. However, we know that they’re not human, so the problem of identifying the humans and replicants still exists. Translated into the real world, this movie suggests that even if we reason that another being displays the same emotions and reactions to...
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  • 2001: a Metaphorical Odyssey
    2001: A Metaphorical Odyssey Myths are created for the purpose of conveying a message with an interesting medium with which to do so. Many cultures use myths to teach their young about the past. Through time, however, these myths become impractical due to discovery. This is when a new myth...
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  • Humanities
    of dialogue. Despite initially receiving mixed reactions from critics and audiences alike, 2001: A Space Odyssey garnered a cult following and slowly became a box office hit. Some years after its release, it eventually became the highest grossing picture from 1968 in North America. Today it is...
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  • Scifi
    indifferent cosmos. Clarke (Soriano, 2008), who also co-wrote 2001, says that the film “poses metaphysical, philosophical and even religious questions [which] are certainly worth thinking about. It's about concern with man's hierarchy in the universe, which is pretty low. It's about the reactions of...
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  • Account on Mandelbaum
    a more enthusiastic reaction from an audience when someone makes a big play or a horrible play in a game rather than watching a movie. With a game, it could affect people’s mood easily and either make them very ecstatic or very miserable, all depending on a game. In contrast, after watching a movie...
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  • gender roles in odssey by homer
    Guide to the Signet Classic Edition of Homer’s The Odyssey 3 Most historians believe that Homer was a blind minstrel who lived about 3000 years ago. He was considered by the Greeks as their greatest and finest poet, traveling around the land singing stories to people for their entertainment...
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  • Easy Rider Augmentative Analysis
    year for the box office. There was no shortage of cinematic gold, with Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Midnight Rider beating it in 1st and 2nd. Easy Rider became the third highest grossing movie of the year. Freedom is what this amazing film written by Peter Fonda aims for, two modern...
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  • world war z
    to typical  human paranoia, extensive scientific research and mass attention, leading to one logically staggering question ― WHAT IF? Chelsea Princess O. Cabalquinto BSBA Mktg 3 Bio20 MTh 2:30-400 Reaction Paper World War Z is basically about the spread of the unknown disease that made dead...
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  • Mythology
    - boxer 90; Sarpedon - leader of the Lycians 122; lord 283; godlike 287: Thersites - loose-tongued 69; Teiresias - Theban 175 Prince 175 V.J. Howe Music Article says nothing about music in this movie (tracks? composer?). I`m interested because, in my oppinion, music is (quite often) strikingly...
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  • The Odyessey/ The Prestige
    HELA 9 hour 4 11 December 2013 Concrete and Clarify The Odyssey by Homer and The Prestige directed by Christopher Nolan, a book and a movie both critically acclaimed and enjoyed by many people worldwide. Yet, they are two very different works that have completely different characters...
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  • literature
    to make us cry or scream in fright. However, in The Red Violin, music is much more than mere decorative accompaniment, the soundtrack for a movie character’s life, or a tool manipulated to better narrate the plot. Instead, the plot, the visuals, and the narrative structure all work together to...
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  • The Matrix
    beginning of the movie. One example in particular is when Cypher and Neo have a brief conversation about why Neo is there, in the real world. This is where Neo really finally figures out that he is there to save the world. The whole aspect of Cypher betraying the crew is more of a subtle aspect, since...
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  • The Role of Literature in Cultural and Society Development
    influences or "shapes" society. On a daily basis we come across some kind of literary event. Something you could write a poem about, maybe even a book. More often than not they are overlooked, but it’s the creative minds that will always seize these moments and grant us the literature that will always...
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  • Helen of Troy
    Troy(2004) Reaction Paper This is a review/reaction paper for the movie Troy released in 2004, directed by Wolfgang Petersen and screenplay by David Benioff. Cast of characters: Achilles – Brad Pitt Hector – Eric Bana Helen of Troy – Diane Kruger Paris – Orlando Bloom King Priam...
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  • Artificial Intelgenceli
    means. For most people an eye is associated with artifacts like the HOL 9000 computer in the movie 2001 a Space Odyssey. Set images are the product of Hollywood rather than the kind of thing which actually happens in the research labs of the world today. My purpose here is to introduce a few of the...
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