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  • American Films and Hero

    find. My dad is a very hard worker. He has worked his whole life to get where he is now. For many years my dad has been the sole provider for the family. He has built from ground up everything we have‚ because like many people he came here for the American dream. He is a contractor and builds/remodels houses. He has teach me and my brother that trade as well‚ maybe not because he wants us to do that for a living‚ but so we know how to do that in case we need to in the future .We now live very comfortably

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  • American Films and Desire

    Its simple‚ one does not become successful without having a DESIRE to succeed. If one writes 5 steps of how he can succeed on a piece of paper and read every morning he/she wakes up‚ you have that DESIRE to succeed and you’re just getting closer and closer. Be who are want to be‚ not what other people make out of you. If you don’t follow that step‚ your drive‚ your DESIRE will go down the drain. Don’t mess up‚ HAAAAANNNN Its simple‚ one does not become successful without having a DESIRE to succeed

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  • American Films and Backhoe Operators

    Case Analysis Jim worked as a laborer for a gas utility in Winnipeg‚ Manitoba. When the opportunity came to apply for a backhoe/front-end-loader operator job‚ he was excited. Three people applied. To select the one who would get the job‚ the company asked each of them to go out and actually work on the backhoe for a day. Jim felt his chance for the job disappear because he had never even driven a tractor‚ let alone used a backhoe. When he went out‚ he did not know how to start the tractor. One of

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  • American Films and Fourteenth Century Chaucer

    Chaucer describes an ideal Knight‚ a "verray parfit‚ gentil knyght"‚ who conscientiously follows all the social‚ moral‚ chivalric‚ and religious codes of conduct. Chaucer does not have any particular individual in mind but casts the Knight as an idealistic representative of his profession. Although the institution of chivalry had become immoral in the fourteenth century Chaucer withholds his criticism and instead gives the Knight with all the gentlemanly qualities that are in keeping with his character

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  • Uglies: American Films and Pretty Town

    “Uglies” is about a place that separated two towns called Uglyville and Pretty Town. People who are ugly lived in Uglyville and people who were pretty lived in Pretty Town. A girl named Tally Youngblood had been waiting all her life to turn 16 because that is the age where she is able to turn pretty. To become pretty you have to go through plastic surgery and they will fix up everything to make you picture perfect. When you have become a pretty‚ your whole lifestyle changes. You live with no regrets

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  • American Films and Hero

    Whose name comes to mind when you hear the word “hero.” A hero is a person you admire‚ look up to‚ and have respect for. A hero is someone you want to transcript because of their actions and accomplishments. A hero is someone we cherish‚ like our first teddy bear when we were young. My hero is my mom. I’ve been in this world for 14 years now and all I can say is that I thank god for creating the women that created me that I can depend on anytime and call my mom. After all the bad and rough

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  • American Films and Life

    One quote that I found only recently‚ yet is now of my favorite quotes to live by is‚ “The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother‚ the ecology‚ or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny.” – Albert Ellis. To me this quote means that you are happiest once you realize that you are in control of your own future. If you have a problem‚ you have to deal with it yourself; you can’t blame it on anyone

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  • American Films and Sidewalk

    SYNECTICS 1. Which is wiser? A pen or pencil? A pencil is wiser because it has an eraser to erase all of its mistakes. 2. Which is easier to forgive? A street or a sidewalk? It’s easier to forgive a sidewalk because if you fall in the middle of the street‚ you might get run over. But in the sidewalk‚ you just get up. 3. Which is smarter? A clock or a calendar? A clock is smarter because it tells time‚ it tells the day‚ and it tells the number date. 4. Which is like a contest? A cloud or

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  • American Films and Dominant Regime

    1. Identify the dominant regime in the film and its power source. In about 200 words‚ use examples and screenshots from the film to show why this is the case. In Elysium‚ the dominant regime is Hegomony and its power source is Anocracy. In the film‚ the wealthiest live on the space‚ Elysium while the vast majority live on an overpopulated and ravage earth. Earth is controlled by those ruthless robots while people on Elysium get to enjoy luxurious space. The factors that affect the regime are

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  • American Films and Stella

    SCENE I Stella is a transfer student in a famous university .In the beginning of her first semester‚ her teacher asked her to introduce herself. Teacher: Nice to meet you Stella‚ could you introduce yourself to everybody? Stella: Sure. I have a dream‚ that is‚ to have a colourful life in the next four years. First I’ll do my best in studies‚ not only for scholarship but also for myself. Second‚ i’d like to make some new friends in my university life. With no doubt‚ Stella will be a star in the

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