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  • Blasphemy in Music

    Blasphemy in Music

    Music is the oldest form of art and communication known to mankind, its use has varied drastically along the evolution of societies and cultures. Music was used by the early tribe-men as a tool of communication with their various gods and powers of nature; we’ve witnessed this art form among

    Essay Length: 587 Words / 3 Pages
  • Blaxpoitation


    Baddassss is a film that is brought up today as having a strong political message, but in my opinion is only offered an illusion of power to the black audience. This can be supported by such reasons at the time period they were in, and also the actual context

    Essay Length: 382 Words / 2 Pages
  • Blind Guardian - Nightfall in Middle Earth

    Blind Guardian - Nightfall in Middle Earth

    Blind Guardian is one of the most well known power metal bands out there, and with good reason: they are an amazingly talented group of individuals. For those unfamiliar with Blind Guardian's style, they're what you'd get if you mixed the pseudo-operatic vocals of Iron Maiden, Speed and Intensity of

    Essay Length: 972 Words / 4 Pages
  • Blink-182


    Blink-182 The legend that is blink-182 started way back in 1992, by Mark Hoppus (bass, vocals), Tom Delonge (guitar, vocals) and Scott Raynor (drums). Origionally just called blink, they were forced to change their name when an Irish techno band also called blink threatened to sue them. Although there are

    Essay Length: 449 Words / 2 Pages
  • Blood Diamonds Movie Review

    Blood Diamonds Movie Review

    Against my better judgment, my wife and I attended another one of Hollywood's attempts to coerce public opinion on their latest target. Blood Diamonds, the saga surrounding the moral challenge of the international gem trade. Based in Sierra Leone, Africa, in 1999, it depicts the story of two mercenaries

    Essay Length: 572 Words / 3 Pages
  • Bloodline: Aids and Family

    Bloodline: Aids and Family

    Bloodline: AIDS and Family The art center’s display of Kristen Ashburn, a documentary photographer, brings many to thought. How does this affect me, society, and the future? The artistic value of every emotion captured in the man y photos of families in Africa. These pictures pour emotion into the many

    Essay Length: 761 Words / 4 Pages
  • Blue Velvet: Scene Analysis

    Blue Velvet: Scene Analysis

    The opening scene in David Lynch's Blue Velvet portrays the theme of the entire film. During this sequence he uses a pattern of showing the audience pleasant images, and then disturbing images to contrast the two. The first shot of the roses over the picket fence and the title track

    Essay Length: 648 Words / 3 Pages
  • Blues


    I INTRODUCTION africana links Blues Africana: Article 1 item Blues, secular musical genre that originated during the late 19th century by African American performers (see African American Music). The genre embraces a variety of styles: downhome or country blues, boogie-woogie, classic blues, Chicago (urban) blues, and modern blues. Elements of

    Essay Length: 3,992 Words / 16 Pages
  • Blues Jazz and Rock

    Blues Jazz and Rock

    These are my rough unedited class notes representing general ideas and concepts for class lectures. Please ignore the many sentence fragments. The African-American culture of the southern plantation influenced the birth of the blues through the adaptation of their African musical heritage. Based upon a call and response structure, one

    Essay Length: 4,659 Words / 19 Pages
  • Blueswomen


    Women of the blues brought the black culture to a new chapter of recognition. They made blues as a popular music, and gave an opportunity to black culture to be accepted and also gave the people a chance to do something (a job) beyond the scope of plantation. They brought

    Essay Length: 555 Words / 3 Pages
  • Bmw Films

    Bmw Films

    1 Problem/Issue Statement 1.1 The Films The popularity of the short films create positive buzz around the BMW brand name, and anticipation for more short films to be released. The problem is how to extend the buzz and ride on the popularity of the films while circumventing potential moves by

    Essay Length: 1,655 Words / 7 Pages
  • Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan

    Imagine: Everyday thousands of people get killed in a war no-one asked for. Friends and family are send to a horrible place with little chance you'll ever see them again. This war, a useless and disgusting war started without any reasons and only goes on because the leaders of your

    Essay Length: 508 Words / 3 Pages
  • Bob Marley

    Bob Marley

    Bob Marley Bob Marley is the greatest musician that a third world country has ever produced. His songs touched the lives of millions and his constant message of peace helped to shape Jamaica's future. His breakthroughs in Reggae also helped in the formation of Rap and Rhythm and Blues. In

    Essay Length: 2,499 Words / 10 Pages
  • Bob Marley Concert

    Bob Marley Concert

    It’s Friday, February 23, 2007 and my roommates are convincing me that I should attend the Damian Marley concert with them at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center. The only thing I know about this man is that he is the son of Bob Marley. I don't even know his type

    Essay Length: 1,570 Words / 7 Pages
  • Bobby Vinton

    Bobby Vinton

    Bobby Vinton was born Stanley Robert Vinton in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania April 16, 1935. He has a polish background. He came out in the early 1960’s as a pop idol. Many people adored him and many teens idolized him. At the age of 16 in high school he played the trumpet

    Essay Length: 795 Words / 4 Pages
  • Body


    Japan has recently opened its cultural borders to the world. This developed country has been since the 1980's a great business partner for the US and Europe, as well as for Asia's developing countries. But, it has always been enclosed to any cultural contact. The contact with the Western world

    Essay Length: 1,349 Words / 6 Pages
  • Bonnie and Clyde

    Bonnie and Clyde

    A raw and unmitigated campaign of sheer press-agentry has been trying to put across the notion that Warner Brothers' Bonnie and Clyde is a faithful representation of the desperado careers of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, a notorious team of bank robbers and killers who roamed Texas and Oklahoma in

    Essay Length: 401 Words / 2 Pages
  • Boogieman


    Boogieman Boogeyman opens with one of the most effective scare sequences in recent memory, one that recalls us to the fears of childhood and sets the tone for the rest of the picture. In the traditional old, dark house, eight-year-old Timmy (Caden St. Clair) is in bed, too scared to

    Essay Length: 908 Words / 4 Pages
  • Bossa Nova

    Bossa Nova

    The musical style of the Bossa Nova was created in Brazil in the late 1950s during a period of economical growth and political change, the bossa nova has been often described as the music of the Brazilian middle and upper classes. This music style started in the upper class regions

    Essay Length: 1,517 Words / 7 Pages
  • Bossa Nova, the Misunderstood

    Bossa Nova, the Misunderstood

    Brett Dorman World Music Prof. Searles Bossa Nova: The Misunderstood " Tall and tan and young and lovely, The girl from Ipanena goes walking and, When she passes each one she passes goes, 'Ahh.' " These are the first lyrics of, probably, one of the most famous bossa nova songs

    Essay Length: 2,002 Words / 9 Pages
  • Bowling for Colombine

    Bowling for Colombine

    The question is not, how could they do this? It is, why did they do this? In the film Bowling for Columbine, the story was shared of two students at Columbine high school who killed 12 students, two teachers, and then turned the guns on themselves. What influenced them? Teens

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  • Bowling for Columbine

    Bowling for Columbine

    Bowling for Columbine In 2002 Michael Moore's film "Bowling for Columbine" won the Oscar for best documentary. Unfortunately, in my opinion I do not believe that this movie is a documentary or truth. Bowling for Columbine is FICTION! The movie makes its points by easily deceiving and misleading the viewer.

    Essay Length: 475 Words / 2 Pages
  • Bowling for Columbine

    Bowling for Columbine

    The film, "Bowling for Columbine" (Moore), is a documentary, directed by Michael Moore, which explores the roots of violence and the debate over gun control in America. It discusses why Canada's crime rate is much lower than ours, and what role the media plays in crime in the United States.

    Essay Length: 757 Words / 4 Pages
  • Bowling for Columbine: The Media's Falsity

    Bowling for Columbine: The Media's Falsity

    Bowling for Columbine: The Media's Falsity A common theme throughout Michael Moore's documentary, Bowling for Columbine, is the fact that the media is able to produce fallacies and fear in the American public. Michael Moore says, "American media is being pumped with fear". As Americans, we are bombarded with media

    Essay Length: 519 Words / 3 Pages
  • Boys Don't Cry

    Boys Don't Cry

    Movie Response Boys Don't Cry First I just want to say that if I didn't have to watch this movie for class, then it wouldn't normally appeal for me to watch it. I didn't have anything against this movie; I just personally do not like watching movies that have a

    Essay Length: 873 Words / 4 Pages
  • Boys Dont Cry

    Boys Dont Cry

    Boys Don't Cry: List # 1 PLOT Boys Don't Cry is a film about the real life of Brandon Teena. Brandon Teena was a young transgender individual from Nebraska that was murdered after the discovery of his being transgender. Brandon Teena found a group of friends after a bar fight

    Essay Length: 1,256 Words / 6 Pages
  • Brassed off - What Resonated with You and Why?

    Brassed off - What Resonated with You and Why?

    Brassed Off What Resonated with you and why? Danny and Phil The part of the plot of this movie that made me think the most were the troubles of Danny's young son Phil. He is in the point of his life where his responsibilities far outweigh his ability to keep

    Essay Length: 1,748 Words / 7 Pages
  • Brave New World

    Brave New World

    Imagine a world where all of your fantasies can become reality. Imagine a world without violence or hate, but just youth, beauty, and sex. Imagine a world of perfect "stability" (42) where "everyone belongs to everyone else" (43), and no one is unhappy or left out. This sounds like the

    Essay Length: 819 Words / 4 Pages
  • Braveheart


    One of the greatest movies that took place in the Middle Ages was Braveheart. Mel Gibson, most likely best movie, had a great affect on society today. It tought many people of what it was like back in the 1300's. First of all, Braveheart was a movie about the early

    Essay Length: 968 Words / 4 Pages
  • Breakfast Club

    Breakfast Club

    Breakfast Club Breakfast Club is a comedy that was released in 1985. It was written, produced and directed by John Hughes. It's about five teenage students from different social groups when forced to spend a Saturday together in detention they find themselves interacting with and understanding each other for the

    Essay Length: 1,214 Words / 5 Pages

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