"Darth Vader" Essays and Research Papers

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Darth Vader

The ultimate downfall of Darth Vader and Governor Tarkin is due to their arrogance and over confidence. Discuss. Luke Skywalker, princess Leia and Darth Vader are main protagonists that star in the film “Star Wars: A new hope,” a timeless antagonistic battle between good and evil. Like the Buddhist moral values, Luke and Princess Leia use the same values of kindness, compassion and empathy. The reprehensible Lord Vader and Governor Tarkin perilously want the power and control of the force, which...

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Darth Vader's Psychological Profile

Alex K. Ms. Fitzgibbons Adv. Psychology-C October 31, 2011 A Psychological Analysis of the Character of Darth Vader The Star Wars franchise has enlightened us about visions of the possible future; from flying cities to powerful weapons that can destroy entire planets. The mystical Jedi, the guardians of the Galactic Republic and users of the light side, fighting the Sith, evil warriors of cunning and treachery who use the dark side, both of whom wield the Force, an interconnecting of...

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Temporary Employment Agency or Television Sitcom “the Office”

over my face. However, reality sat in when I opened the door to the office and it was like walking on to the set of the television sitcom “The Office.” I saw Pam Beesly, Dwight Schrute, and Michael Scott. “The Office” might have a statue of Dark Vader lounging next to an applicant. A temporary agency will have a useless picture of a pear hanging on the wall or maybe a cheap picture of a horse since I live in Kentucky. Somewhere hidden in the corner there would be a framed copy of the Kentucky Labor...

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May the Force Be with Volkswagen

their thoroughly entertaining and relatively effective commercial that introduced us to a little boy who wished to demonstrate his Jedi talents. What child wouldn’t want to be Darth Vader and be able to use the force to move objects and control surrounding items simply by pointing their hands at them? Our young Darth Vader, throughout the commercial, makes several attempts to control certain things, like an elliptical machine and his family dog, to varying degrees. Unfortunately, he is disappointed...

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Commercial Essay

3 Different PSA’s or Commercials The commercial “The force” that was made by Volkswagen is a creative funny commercial that was played on the Super bowl. During the commercial, a young little boy wearing a Darth Vader costume, without the gloves, walks around his suburban home attempting to use the Force on various household items, including a washing machine, exercise bicycle, dog, baby doll and sandwich. He opens his hands and tries to move the items, but has no success and grows increasingly...

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Monomyth Cycle in Star Wars

become physically fit in order to train his mind from succumbing to evil. Luke passes this task with ease with Yoda’s guidance. The second trial was when Luke entered the cave on Degoba where he faced his worst fear. He sees Darth Vader and then slays him but he sees himself as Vader and finds that his worst fear is to join the Dark side. Then Luke must learn to use the force because the force is a Jedi’s life essence and a true Jedi can manipulate the force to work to his needs. His third trial trains...

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Going to a Movie: Archetypes in the "Star Wars" Movie

The force can be compared to a supernatural intervention; while this frequently refers to a more godlike figure, the Jedi Knights consider their path a religion, a force with a will of its own. It can work for or against Luke, as it aids both Darth Vader and his son in their struggles for the galaxy, a common characteristic of paranormal intervention. In addition, Yoda's swamp could indicate the symbolic archetype, water. As Luke Skywalker trains with this Jedi master, he matures, cultivated by...

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satire essay

The Darth Vader within Why do we breathe? To stay alive of course. The main substance that we benefit from breathing is oxygen which is necessary for the body, the heart, the brain and the blood. Without enough oxygen, we don't live long, hence the reason behind breathing! In general, everyone has a pet peeve, some people get irritated by wearing underwear; others get bothered by taking a shower; and, many other strange irritating quirks that may seem absolutely normal to one person but be extremely...

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Cause and Effects of Boken Family

Divorce, like some kind of reality-TV show.”And as a result of this extremity, Ella is forced to spend the summer with the paternal grandmother she has never met, an intimidating widow with “the air of a queen,” who inspires comparisons ranging from Darth Vader to Cruella de Vil, someone “you’ve heard stories about but don’t believe actually exists,” who lives in a deeply eccentric adobe in Albuquerque that Ella calls the House of Mud. At the start of this delightful and surprising novel, which quickly...

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Beowulf and Star Wars Comparison

in Star Wars, Luke has first epic battle with Darth Vader in the Death star. Obi Wan Konbi has trained Darth Vader thus he is very powerful. The Death Star symbolizes Luke going into the heart of darkness and his heroism in defeating a powerful foe (Darth Vader) in his first great battle. Just as Beowulf has gone into the heart of darkness the mead hall is where the warriors fear Grendel and he defeats him just as Luke defeats Darth Vader. Darth Vader is an outcast to the Jedi because he is no longer...

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