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  • American Film Actors and Kevin
    Kevin Abley, Australian rules footballerKevin Abley, Australian rules footballer Kevin J. Anderson (born 1962), American science fiction author Kevin T. Anderson, American musician Kevin Anderson (actor) (born 1960), American actor Kevin Anderson (tennis) (born 1986), South African tennis player Kevin Anderson (scientist), climate scientist Kevin Appier, American baseball pitcher Kevin Archer (born 1958), English musician and member of Dexy's Midnight Runners Kevin Ayers (born 1944),...
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  • American Film Actors and Hit Movie Elf
    I have recently had the pleasure of seeing the new hit movie Elf, written by David Berenbaum, and directed by actor/director Jon Favreau. This has to have been one of my all-time favorite comedies. When I heard about the movie, and who starred in it, I begged my mom to go see it with me the first day it came out. She said that if we could get tickets, we could. When we got to the theater, we had already purchased tickets online. I insisted that we go directly into the theater, so we could get...
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  • American Television Actors and Charles Ashley Jimenez
    Something said between love and regret Cast: Charles Ashley Jimenez as Nicholas Gomez Mary Catherine Zoleta as Eddielaine Mae Gomez Alessandra Camilo as Meredith Rivera Denise Dee De Jesus as Veronica De Leon Sigfreed Angeles as Darren Salvador Jay Lemuel Buenviaje as Officer Gordon Ramirez Samantha Bernal as Dra. Fiona Agura Patricia Abiog as Inday Badiday Tasks: Patricia Abiog as the scriptwriter/director/playwright/ Clothing and Wardrobe Alessandra Camilo and Mary Catherine...
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  • Film Directors - 990 Words
    Alfred Hitchcock, also known as “Master of suspense” mostly worked in the thriller and drama category. He directed three well-known films like, Rear Window(1954), Dial M for Murder(1954), and Psycho(1960). I watched the film Dial M for Murder(1954). I thought it was a very good thriller that that kept you at the edge of your seat because you never knew what was going to happen next. Woody Allen who liked to do magic tricks and play the clarinet in his younger days tended to direct comedy...
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  • Huckleberry Finn Actors - 630 Words
    Kyle Murdock Period 1/English 11 Ms. Busby 18 February 2013 When the question is asked to cast a film version of the timeless classic Huckleberry Finn, there is no easy answer. Especially when attempting to keep the actors current. But I believe that I have compiled a list of the highest quality, most likely actors to the best of my ability. Chandler Canterbury, Bob Sapp, Zachary Gordon, Christian Bale, Liam Neeson, Susan Sarandon, and Chloe Grace Moretz as Huck Finn, Jim, Buck, Huck’s dad,...
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  • American Beauty - 589 Words
    What is normal? What is ordinary? What is beautiful? American Beauty proposes that appearances are nearly always deceiving, and there's always more to see if you just look closer. Lester Burnham (Kevin Spacey) is burnt out. At forty-two years old, he's fed up with his white collar job, and his pathetic existence as a whole. His wife, Carolyn (Annette Bening), is a plastic real estate saleswoman, ever obsessing about putting forth the "perfect" appearance. Their daughter, Jane (Thora Birch),...
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  • It Happened One Night Film
    A Man and a Woman No One Seems to Know In It Happened One Night, Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert spend the night in a motel and register as man and wife to protect the identity of Ellie Andrews. In the morning, two detectives and the owner of the motel knock on the door on Gable’s and Colbert’s room to find out where or more information about the missing Ellie Andrews. Colbert then goes into panic, and has the idea of jumping out the window, for she does not want to go back to her father and...
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  • film journal 1 - 1781 Words
    Film Journal #1 1. How does Hitchcock introduce us to the two principle characters? Where do the scenes take place and how is the camera placed? In the case of Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman), her father’s prison sentence leaves her skeptical of others, yet longing for a new companion in her life. She has a reliance on alcohol to wash her troubles away. R. Devlin’s (Cary Grant) a stranger from the party, a very mystery man. The Party takes place at Miami, FL. The camera pans right across...
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  • On the waterfront film studies - 1039 Words
     The medium of film is enriching as it is able to transmit powerful themes and/or social issues to an audience, leaving them with a new understanding. Explain how this statement is true of the set film you have studied. "On the Waterfront", a well-known film by Elia Kazan, tells the story of the old former professional boxer Terry, energetic, at New York Harbor when union leader Johnny Friendly sent Terry's brother Charlie to kill Terry's friend Joey. Eventually in front of the bloody...
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  • Shutter Island Film Review
     Film review. Martin Scorsese knows something about surprise endings which twist meisters like M. Night Shyamalan seem to have forgotten. The twist doesn’t matter if you haven’t already told a good story. By the time Shutter Island gets to its twist, it has already told such a tale. You’re invested in these characters and no matter how it turns out you’re going to walk away happy. The twist, when it happens, only serves to make a deeper connection. It makes sense of the madness, brings...
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  • American Sniper Speech - 570 Words
     General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the controversy dealing with the movie American Sniper. Thesis Statement: The film American Sniper has sparked national debate over America’s role in Iraq and impact of a sniper whom some say is a killer and a liar. Introduction: A. Clint Eastwood’s box office breaking film American Sniper is about the life of the most legal sniper in US history, Chris Kyle. B. As Americans, we are proud of what Chris Kyle did for this...
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  • "12 Angry Men" Film Discussion
    Gus Jackson October 28, 2010 12 Angry Men 5. There just seems to be a general lack of relevant background information in this case. There are only the two witnesses, and even their stories have some doubt surrounding them. Furthermore, none of the jurors (as far as we know) have any significant background in dealing with these matters. It is revealed that Ed Begley has a prejudice that seems to be affecting his judgment in the case. During an exchange with one of the other jurors, Begley...
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  • Academy Award for Best Actor and Legal Issues
    LAW MOVIE REVIEW/research project At the end of these instructions is a list of just a few of the hundreds of law-related movies that are available on the market. You are free to use any law-related movie you like (with TWO EXCEPTIONS - Double Jeopardy is NOT acceptable, because Hollywood got the legal issue completely wrong; and A Few Good Men is limited to military law, so not really helpful for the general population). (up to 50 points) PRINT YOUR NAME: _________________________ NAME OF...
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  • The Official Story and the Secret in Their Eyes, a Film Comparison
    In the films, The Secret in Their Eyes, directed by Juan Jose Campanella, and The Official Story, directed by Luis Puenzo, both directors create a revealing depiction of 1970s Buenos Aires. Although neither story takes place during the actual “Dirty War,” the subject serves as the backdrop for both films, illustrating how political turmoil has impacted society in Argentina. During this period also known as the “Holy War,” ruthless government retaliations to a growing Marxist-Leninist...
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  • Comparing Othello by William Shakespeare and the Film Othello
    An update of Shakespeare's 'Othello' with a young cast, set in a high school and centered around basketball player Odin. Director: Tim Blake Nelson Writers: William Shakespeare (play), Brad Kaaya (screenplay) Stars: Mekhi Phifer, Josh Hartnett, Andrew Keegan The film starts during a basketball game. At the last minute Odin scores the basket that wins the game for his team. Later at an awards ceremony Duke presents the MVP award to Odin for his efforts, an award he shares with Michael. At...
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  • Film Comparisson Pulp Fiction 1994 & on the Waterfront
    Film Comparison Pulp Fiction 1994 & On The Waterfront On The Water Front, based and shot on the Waterfront of New York City, illustrates a conflict of the local neighborhood with the mobsters. Not only that, but a conflict with the antagonist (Johnny Friendly) of the story and Protagonist (Terry Malloy) of the story vs. a decision that could cost him his life. A very pricy decision it was, as it took the life of his dear brother Charlie the Gent. Director Elia Kazan created such a great...
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  • Never Let Me Go: film vs novel comparison
    Can a movie ever be as good as a book? While it is true that books allow the readers to plunge into the narrator’s thoughts and perceive the events through a particular point of view, films themselves are a masterpiece in their own kind of way. The boat scene in the novel Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, which reunites Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy, after so many years of leading separate lives, plays a significant role in both the book and the film. Though the film adaptation certainly modifies this...
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  • Miracle on 34th Street: A Saccharine-Sweet Fantasy World or Heart-Warming Film?
    Miracle on 34th Street: saccharine-sweet fantasy world or heart-warming film? This is a brilliant festive family film. Its fun for all and can get you truly into the Christmas spirit. The film director and producer, Les Mayfield and John Hughes, have done an astonishing take on the 1947 and 1973 film and captured the special part of Christmas and the main part, the spirit of Christmas, as Santa, played by Richard Attenborough, takes on commercialism. The film starts off with Kris Kringle...
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  • Crash: Outstanding Performance by a Cast in A Motion Picture Screen Actors Guild Award Winners and Sandra Bullock
    “Crash” is More Than Just a Coincidence We have all witnessed and or experienced racism in some fashion in our day to day lives. Crash, the motion picture directed Paul Haggis illustrates just how racism is portrayed without racial or class barriers, and how we all experience it in some form. The lives of different people become intertwined in a thirty six hour scenario in Los Angeles. The all star cast, including Don Cheadle, Sandra Bullock, Ludacris, Terrance Howard , and many others...
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  • Now you see me
    A protagonist is a main character or the important character in a movie. While antagonist is the character that is in the opposition to the protagonist. In the movie “Now You See Me”, the protagonists are Daniel Atlas, Merritt McKinney, Henley Reese, Jack Wilder, Dylan Rhodes and Alma Dray. Thaddeus Bradley and Arthur Tressler are the antagonists. A famous American actor Morgan Freeman plays the role Thaddeus Bradley in “Now You See Me”, a former magician then a proficient magic debunker who...
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  • Angelina, George, Ben and Mia, " Nicholas Kristof
    In the article, "Angelina, George, Ben and Mia," Nicholas Kristof talks about finding inspiration and “moral leadership from — brace yourself — Hollywood’s most beautiful people.” like Angelina Jolie, Ben Affleck, Sean Pen and Olivia Walde. Kristof remembers his meeting with Jolie and talks about a new movie she is directing a movie, “In The Land of Love and Honey,” which is a story set in Bosnia that talks against genocide says Kristof. In Addition to that, he also mentions Ben Affleck and his...
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  • Review the Ides of March - 344 Words
    The Ides of March The Ides of March is directed by George Clooney is a kind of political film actually. Starring by George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei, Jeffrey Wright and Evan Rachel Wood. Stephen Myers (Ryan Gosling) strolls up to a podium in an auditorium and begins to speak on his religious preferences. He then begins to whistle and whisper into the microphone. An audio technician comes up, and they adjust the volume. Stephen isn't a candidate...
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  • Don Campbell - 399 Words
    Alanis Vega-Cruz Hip hop Don Campbell Have you ever wonder who made the lock-it move in hip hop? That would be Don Campbell, because of his successful creation of the move his name was referred as Don Campbelock. He was creative from his early years as a kid until college was when he discovered hip hop. Then he gets recognition. And how time went by. Don was born in ST Louis, during the early years of the 50s, but raised in South Central LA. As a kid don enjoyed to draw especially...
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  • Some Like It Hot
    Some Like It Hot is a very comical farce where two men cross dress and join an all girl band to avoid being caught by gangsters. Little did these two men know, they would highlight the feminine attributes of their personalities opening an entire new outlook upon themselves. After witnessing a brutal gangster murder, Joe and Jerry played by Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, flee for their lives and temporarily change their names. This was one of the first times Jerry showed femininity as he chose...
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  • crash - 382 Words
    Crash's main white characters are depicted in comfortable positions, both socially and economically. Jean and Rick Cabot, played by Sandra Bullock and Brendan Fraser respectively, are well-off L.A. socialites, as Rick is the District Attorney of Los Angeles. Tony Danza makes a cameo as a television executive producer who tells Black producer Cameron Thayer (Terence Howard), one of the few financially secure (but not exactly socially secure) minority roles in the film, to make one of his actors...
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  • With Honors Movie Review
    Introduction The film centers on Montgomery 'Monty' Kessler (Brendan Fraser) a government senior student at Harvard University, who thinks his life depends on his thesis. When his computer crashes, Monty decides that the reasonable thing to do is to rush to make copies of the only hard copy of the thesis he has. But on the way to the copy shop, he has an accident and the thesis falls into the boiler room of the library and into the hands of Simon Wilder (Joe Pesci), a homeless man who has made...
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  • Oryx and Crake - 759 Words
    Film Version of Oryx and Crake Jimmy- Joseph Gordon Levitt To play this role the actor would have to be very reserved at times but also very emotional at others. As well he has to be willing to take the backseat to Crake which I think Levitt would be willing to do. Levitt also has sex appeal which Jimmy shows throughout the novel. In 50/50 Levitt showed his incredible ability to show emotion in easy and tough times which would be perfect for Oryx and Crake. In the Dark Knight Rises Levitt...
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  • Crash 2005 Analysis - 305 Words
    ssues of race and gender cause a group of strangers in Los Angeles to physically and emotionally collide in this drama from director and screenwriter Paul Haggis. Graham (Don Cheadle) is a police detective whose brother is a street criminal, and it hurts him to know his mother cares more about his ne'er-do-well brother than him. Graham's partner is Ria (Jennifer Esposito), who is also his girlfriend, though she has begun to bristle at his emotional distance, as well as his occasional...
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  • Justified - 623 Words
    Rebeca Ali Campbell Carrie Steltz English 098 Compare and Contrast Characters 20 October 2014 Bluegrass Drama Harlan, Kentucky- The sound of the banjo comes on, and you hear Gangstagrass singing, “I see them long, hard times to come,” and you know it is time for Justified. The T.V series, based on the novels Pronto and Riding the Rap by Elmore Leonard, is sure to entertain. Timothy Olyphant plays U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens, a good looking, gun slinging Marshall who is reassigned to his...
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  • In time - 608 Words
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  • Canadian Autonomy - 261 Words
    1.What famous award show did Lady GaGa wear the meat dress? (a) MMVA (b) MTV VIDEO AWARDS (c) GRAMMYS 2. How many awards did Britney Spears win at the MTV Video Music Awards? (a) 3 (b) 8 (c) 5 3. At what awards show did Kanye West say, “Yo Tay, I'm really happy for you, and Imma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time. One of the best videos of all time!”? (a) MuchMusic Video Awards (b)Juno Awards...
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  • Mad City - 643 Words
    Mad City” arrives with the last thing a movie about journalism needs--last year's news. It's about the media feeding frenzy that erupts when a museum guard takes hostages. A TV newsman is one of them, the news channels carry the story around the clock, the museum is ringed with cops and cameras, and we get lots of scenes showing the vanity and hypocrisy of anchormen. This is not news. It's time to admit the obvious: The public enjoys sensational journalism, and the media are only giving them...
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  • Ides of March Movie Review
    Like a good politician, The Ides of March promises more than it delivers. A moody political thriller bursting with good intentions, the film veers uneasily between accomplished and trite. Canny packaging and a strong leading cast may help compensate a bit for inevitable bad word-of-mouth. Based on the play Farragut North, the film focuses on press secretary Stephen Meyers (Ryan Gosling), a true believer in Presidential candidate Mike Morris (George Clooney). As Morris, an ideal liberal who is...
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  • Rehab - 513 Words
    Celebrities who Have Been to Rehab Many Celebrities have been in and out of rehab for many different reasons. Here is a short list of some of the celebs. John Belushi addictions: cocaine, alcoholism was in and out of rehab several times, but could not commit to clean living, and ultimately died of a cocaine overdose Robin Williams addictions: alcoholism, previously cocaine was addicted to cocaine and alcohol early in his career, but quit both when friend john belushi died of an...
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  • "Annie" the Musical: List of Scenes
    Annie 2012 – Scene Layout Act 1 – Sc. 1: Orphanage Song(s): “Maybe”, “Hard Knock Life” Annie Molly Pepper Duffy July Kate Tessie Miss Hannigan Mr. Bundles Act 1 – Sc. 2: New York Street Song(s): “Tomorrow” Street Ensemble Annie Lt. Ward Sandy Act 1 – Sc. 3: Hooverville Song(s): “We’d Like to Thank You…” Hooverville Ensemble Annie Lt. Ward Act 1 – Sc. 4: Orphanage Song(s): “Little Girls” Annie Molly Pepper Duffy July Kate...
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  • Dazed and Confused - 1017 Words
    Movie Title: Dazed and Confused List and describe 4 characters that are important to the movie: Randall "Pink" FloydFloyd is the stud senior quarterback who realizes he doesn’t want to be just a quarterback for the rest of his life and questions his role in the social pack. He can't stand Coach Conrad and the pledge sheet he's making all the players sign. He's going out with Simone, but he'd like to hook up with Jodi. He seems to belong to all cliques. | Mitch KramerMitch is going to be a...
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  • Reading Response - 615 Words
    Reader Response By: Gisselle perez Book name: The September Sisters Author: Jillian Cantor Genre: Fiction Pages: 356 The September Sisters, by Jillian Cantor, is a story about two sisters, Abigail, the oldest and Becky the youngest. They both fight a lot and make each other’s life miserable, that’s all they do, then Becky disappears in the middle of the night, Abby struggles to cope with her own feeling of guilt and loss. Aby meets a new neighbor, Tommy, who with time, discover that love...
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  • Wills Trusts and Estates Assignment 1 f
    WILLS, TRUSTS, & ESTATES ASSIGNMENT 1 (BASED ON CLASS 1) If the jurisdiction follows the rule that "issue" means per stirpes then: Samantha would be entitled to 1/3 of the $200,000 inheritance equaling $66,666.66. The living decendents of Steve being Don, Donna, Doug, and Derek would split their father's 1/3 of the $200,000 inheritance equaling $16,666.66 to each. The living decendents of Tina being Alicia and Allison would split their mother's 1/3 of the $200,000 inheritance equaling...
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  • My Heart Will Be Unbroken
    miu miu report MIU MIU The younger sister of Prada DE114302 /1B Ng Wing Kei 120528332 Shoes Mary Jane Shoes Autumn/Winter 2012 Miu Miu Glitter Pumps have decorate with glitter and create a retro style This pump first appeared in 1902, wore by a girl named Mary Jane from a Buster Brown comic strip Mary Jane Shoes is a closed, low-cut shoe with one or more straps across the instep, which is generally wore by young girls and children in the past for school day and formal date....
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  • 1950s music - 500 Words
    Film Trailers Film trailers of the 1950s are different to today’s movie trailers in many different ways. One way is that the voiceover for the 1950s movie was prominent, giving a synopsis of the movie. The 1950s trailers gave more of an in depth view of a few scenes of the movie, instead of now where little snippets of a variety of scenes are shown. In the 1950s they were used as an informant to show the audience what the movie will be like, however now they can be used as an artistic thing to...
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  • Pitch Perfect Movie Review
    “Pitch Perfect” has a pitch problem. Pitch Perfect is exactly what it says on the tin – Perfect. It is a 2012 musical comedy that was premiered in Los Angeles on September 24th, 2012. The film was directed by Jason Moore. It is based on Mickey Rapkin's non-fiction novel Pitch Perfect. The director of this movie has assembled a celebrity cast on the set, including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Skylar Astin, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Ester Dean, Alexis Knapp, Ben Platt and Adam DeVine....
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  • -p-kjj - 371 Words
    Names are supposed to be a method of identifying someone or something and giving it meaning and power. All thoroughout time a name has either equated to respect for deeds accomplished, horror for attrocities committed, or disdain for the hours that name equates with a sloth invalid who only sits on the couch and watches re runs of Battlestar Galactica. Which lets of course face facts the only beautiful women on that show are killing spree heavy cyborgs. Back on the topic, great care...
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  • bob mackie reaserch paper
     Bob Mackie Bob Mackie is one of the greatest designers of all time; his impressing masterpieces have stunned many people all around the world. His particular way of combining colors and mixing fabrics have made his fame unbelievable. He’s the only designer ever that has his picture hanged on the hall of fame, besides having the opportunity to work for worldwide legends. He was born in March 24, 1940 in Monterey Park, California. He moved to Hollywood and assisted to a...
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  • A Little Beaded Bag - 112 Words
    A LITTLE BEADED BAG By: Morley Callaghan PLOT DIAGRAM -Eva lies to Mrs. Evans about what happened to the bag. -Eva brings Mrs. Evans the bag -Mrs. Evans goes through Eva’s possessions  -Mr. and Mrs. Evans argue about the bag and Eva - She realizes she’s in the wrong. -Mrs. Evans questions Eva about the bag. -Sends Eva out on an errand. . Mrs. Evans in her room searching through her things. She can’t find her little beaded bag, blames Eva (maid) -Mrs. Evans asks Eva to fix the bag....
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  • My 70th Birthday Speech
    My Seventieth Birthday Speech “The seventieth birthday! It is the time of life when you arrive at a new and awful dignity; when you throw aside the decent reserves which have oppressed you for a generation and have stand unafraid and unabashed upon your seven-terraced summit and look down and teach-unrebuked. You can tell the world how you got there.” Mark Twain Good afternoon family and friends, I am privileged to be here today to celebrate with you my seventieth birthday. Today is a day...
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  • Are You a Feminist - 323 Words
    Are You a Feminist? "Feminism" is a loaded word that’s definition is not always easily agreed upon, but if you take notes from feminists like Caitlin Moran, author ofHow To Be A Woman, feminism is “the belief that women should be as free as men, however nuts, dim, deluded, badly dressed, fat, receding, lazy and smug they might be.” So there, that’s not too complicated, is it? It wasn’t too complicated for a group of teenage girls in the suburbs of Chicago who started a feminism club at their...
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  • Sofia - 282 Words
    Irene Martinez CST 229 002W February 7, 2013 I choose Sofia the First Once upon a Princess, because she is a little girl that is loyal, kind and full of grace. Sofia the First Spanish 7 year old girl that became a princess when her mother marries the king and they move to the castle to starting a new family with her step-father, King Roland II, and step-siblings, Amber and James. The King gave Sofia an Magic Amulet of Avalor he said never take it off because it special. Cedric is a...
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  • Shallow Hal Movie Review
    Shallow Hal When I asked my friends about this movie they all said the same thing that it was about a guy who sees a fat girl as blonde bomb shell. I heard that it was a hysterical movie and has a good message. - Hal's father is dieing in the hospital and his last words telling Hal to only go after the perfect girls, big boos, and a nice posterior. In result this traumatizes Hal and he becomes shallow. - Hal gets stuck in an elevator with Tim Robins, who starts a conversation with Hal...
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  • Ang Guro - 255 Words
    Scriptwriter: Mr. Paul Ballano Director: Ms. Sweet Grace Ballano Karel Marquez As Ms. Amelia Resontoc Pinky Marquez As Mrs. Resontoc Students: Paul Ballano As Yul Yab Aragones As Faye Shiela Bartolome As Claire Charissa Ramirez As Myra David Isaac "ZAC" Celadiña As Klein Kath Jarabelo As Claire/Faye Juddie Fe Suarez As Faye Izzy of Daisy Siete As Myra Alvin Aragon As Klein Teachers: Vida Rae Masakayan As Ms. Alacdan Ahmee Galguiera As Ms. Palafox/Mrs. Resontoc Jess...
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  • Midnight in Paris - 511 Words
    MIDNIGHT IN PARIS Director: Woody Allen Writer: Woody Allen Casts: Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Kurt Fuller, Corey Stoll… Synopsis: Gil and Inez travel to Paris as vacation on her parents' business trip. Gil is a successful Hollywood writer but is struggling on his first novel. He falls in love with the city and share his romantic notions of the city or the idea that the golden age. Gil takes a walk at midnight and discovers what could be the ultimate source of...
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  • Vincent Freeman in Andrew Niccol's Gattaca
    A passionate, self-willed and persistent character yet an in-valid. Vincent Freeman, a character in Andrew Niccols film “Gattaca” achieves more, whilst being imperfect whereas the perfect not so much. Gattaca focuses on the perfection and the high expectations but not so many achieve as much as Vincent does. In the film, Anton Freeman, his younger brother has several rounds with him in the game ‘Chicken’ and Anton would win all the time, a sudden change occurs where Vincent comes out on top....
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  • Merchant of Venice - 625 Words
    The Merchant of Venice Movie Production Matt Bomer as Antonio Matthew Bomer has an impressive and aristocratic bearing. No matter how tall he is, Matthew appears noble and upright. He is very much in control of the image he sends out to others. Bomer is elegant, graceful, and charismatic. He can take the role as a rather lackluster character. He can act as a hopeless depressive man, someone who cannot name the source of his melancholy...
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  • Risk - 517 Words
    Below are celebrities that are bad influence on fellow celebrities Taylor Momsen Though only 17, Taylor Momsen is known for her freaky behavior and stupid I’m-dying-for-attention interviews. Gossip Girl star and the Pretty Reckless front lady has said she believes she’s a bad influence on Madonna’s 14 year old daughter Lourdes. The two girls became friends while Taylor was working as a model for Madonna’s Material Girl clothing line. I probably am a bad influence,” Taylor Momsen, known for...
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  • Model british CV - 320 Words
    May 25, 2012 The first season of “Revenge” provided viewers with a great escape every week. The show ended its freshman run Wednesday night, when it aired one of the best and most gripping season finales of the year. “Revenge” centers on Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp), a woman who sets out to take revenge on the family (called the Graysons) that destroyed her own. The show’s whole cast works great together, but Madeleine Stowe (as ice queen Victoria Grayson) and Gabriel Mann (as lovable...
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  • The Griffin and the Minor Canon - 378 Words
    The Griffin and The Minor Canon This assignment is on “The Griffin and The Minor Canon” by Frank R. Stockton. We have to make up a story for the Minor Canon where he shows fear but he’s confronted on it by anyone. After the griffin left the Minor Canon the Minor Canon went into town fearing for the equinox coming up but he had to hide it and keep pretending he wasn’t scared of the griffin even though he was. Later that day Charlie Sheen appears from the woods and the Minor Canon is very...
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  • english play - 311 Words
    A New Member CHARACTERS: LULU LARRY MUM DAD NANNY CHUCKLES Lulu: Look! It’s Mum and Dad! They’re coming home! Mum: Hello, Larry! This is your little sister, Betsy. Lulu: Is she my little sister too? Dad: Yes, of course! Lulu: Nanny, this is our little sister! Nanny: She’s lovely! What’s her name? Larry: Betsy! Lulu: Chuckles, what’s this? Larry: Is it a little chimp? Nanny: No, it isn’t. It’s a teddy! Lulu: Look at our toys, Nanny! We have a lot of things to play with!...
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  • Lee Daniels' The Butler
     Lee Daniels’ The Butler Director: Lee Daniels The movie I chose was Lee Daniels’ The Butler and I chose the characters to talk about. The Butler is a great movie with amazing characters such as Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker), Hattie Pearl (Mariah Carey), Gloria Gaines (Oprah Winfrey), Howard (Terrence Howard), Carter Wilson (Cuba Gooding Jr.), and so many more. This movie is a brilliant, but truthful film on a subject that is usually shrouded in wishing thinking. It is based upon the life...
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  • A Beautiful Mind - 4645 Words
    A Beautiful Mind (scene by scene) Princeton University 1947: The movie starts out with Helinger, the advisor, giving a speech about mathematicians and their importance in winning the war, breaking codes and building bombs. He ends the speech, “Today we bequeath America’s future into your hands. Welcome to Princeton.” John Nash, the main character, is listening carefully to this speech. After the speech everyone is outside, hanging out, drinking punch, getting to know each other. There John...
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  • Never Let Me Go
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