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  • Western Movies Since 1960

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    number of quality Westerns being made . . . and since there seems to be a ten-year cycle in Western movie making, I'd say we'll see more in about 1982.' 1 In 1982 only two Westerns were released, and neither was exactly a major success. Barbarosa, starring Willie Nelson, drew some respectable reviews–and some very damaging ones–but nobody went to see the film. The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez appeared first on PBS television, then later went into general release. Today the Western seems to be deader

  • Similarities, Differences and Connections between two Western Movies: Rio Bravo and El Dorado

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    captured America’s Wild West history as depicted in the movies, Rio Bravo and El Dorado. Most Western movies had fairly simple but very similar plots, including personal conflicts, land rights, crimes and of course, failed romances that typically led to drinking more alcoholic beverages than could respectfully be consumed by any one person, as they attempted to drown their sorrows away. The 1958 Rio Bravo and 1967 El Dorado Western movies directed by Howard Hawks, and starring John Wayne have a

  • A Comparison of Two Barbecue Restaurants

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    The Best Barbecue in the SouthBarbecue is one of my favorite foods. I have always enjoyed going into some greasy barbecue dive, listening to the blues, and feeling pretty cool. Two joints where I have eaten are Big D's Piggy Strut Soul Pit Bar-B-Q in Clemson, South Carolina, and Hy's Deli right across from the School campus. Even though both of these restaurants pride themselves on their barbecue, Big D's is obviously the better.As I walked into the Piggy Strut for the first time,

  • Perception

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    achieve this goal. My perception is focused on the fact that I will be rich and successful and not think about what it will take to get there.(2) Stereotyping generalizes and does not allow for an individual to show relevant strengths.In old western movies, it is always portrayed that Indians are the bad guys and cowboys are the good guys. Indians are thought of as ..

  • Comparing the Movies A Time to Kill, by John Grisham and To Kill a Mockingbird

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    Hollywoodized, modern-day version of To Kill a Mockingbird. Both movies employ many of the same themes and plot elements; but the former movie is one-dimensional and predictable while the latter is innovative and purposeful. The movie version of Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird is considered a classic film, whereas John Grisham?s adapted novel is merely another example of the money making efforts of Hollywood.Some of the movies' more prominent themes are the same. Both focus on the family

  • Racism In The Movies

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    The Right Thing is a comtemporary look at racism in a ordinary city urban neighborhood. The movie is seen through the eyes of the main character, Mookey, we are shown the multiple relationships and often typical stereotypes of racial groups. This movies is filled with symbolism and imagery that feeds to the story’s plot. Throughout the movie, the scorching heat is always being refereed to. As the movie goes on , the heat rises. I think this is done to represent the increasing racial tension within

  • Shakespeare in Contemporary Movies

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    Shakespeare in Contemporary MoviesIn the middle of Looking for Richard, Al Pacino's documentary about making Richard III and bringing Shakespeare to the people, there is a moment which illuminates the relationship of scholarship, Shakespeare and popular culture. The director is ranting at Pacino for offering (threatening?) to bring a Shakespearean scholar into the film:You said you were going to find a scholar to speak directly into the camera and explain what really went down and I'm telling

  • Women and Minorities in Television and Movies

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    Women and Minorities in Television and MoviesSince this winter, I can't watch television or movies anymore without critiquing how women and minorities are portrayed. One unexpected thing that I have picked up from taking this class is a sense of wariness when I counter any piece of written material. I have learned to be suspicious, if not directly critical of any particular part of the media as I experience it; I have been inspired to read and be influenced by some prolific female thinkers

    . equivalent fractions and/or decimals. Demonstrate an understanding of the addition,subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals to solve problems (for more than 1-digit divisors or 2-digit multipliers, the use of technology is expected). Solve problems involving percents from 1% to 100%. This product contains 7 worksheets for the 7th-grade Unit 3 on fractions, decimals, & percentages.Each worksheet contains practice problems and three QR codes.All of the QR codes in this document can either be scanned with a device or clicked on.I also included an answer key for each worksheet. Fractions decimals and percents.

  • American Film and Movies from the 1950’s to Present

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    American Film and Movies from the 1950’s to PresentToday, American film is among the most internationally supported commodities. Financially, its contributions are enormous: the industry is responsible for the circulation of billions of dollars each year. Since its explosion into the new media markets during the mid-twentieth century, film has produced consistently growing numbers of viewers and critics alike. Sparking debate over the nature of its viewing, film is now being questioned in social

  • Blacks and Whites in Movies

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    segregation has been the theme of many modern movies, music, and television shows. African Americans are taking advantage of this opportunity to represent the African American culture, even though it serves to explain their historical oppression and misfortune and not of their success and well-being. They are turning a negative history into a positive career and future. Approximately eighty years ago, it was only a thought that African Americans should indeed make movies and appear in the big screen alongside

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