DO NOT WRITE A PLOT SUMMARY! Assume I know the movie by heart and only use what you absolutely must to set the scene and NO MORE!
A) Analyze the universal plot for a movie, i.e. Star Wars Episodes 1-3, (you can analyze Star Wars and Rogue One as well). Answer the questions how the movies plots are both different and similar and show the plots relationship to the series, even though we are not done with it yet (i.e. how does this movie enhance/detract for the overall plot of the series).
B) Chose one of the two movies and analyze one of the following concepts (you may use more than one): (note this is not a free-for-all to trash the movies if you are so inclined) Plot Development: (how well the plot of the movies enhance each other), Characterization: (Compare one character [not the main character] from the movie. Show how is he or she important to the overall plot. Setting and Scene: (Analyze a scene(s) from the movie. Show how that scenes setting is important to the overall success of the movie and how the scene is indicative of the movie.
C) Analyze a character as he or she grows and develops throughout the movies. This development can also be about our understanding of him or her (i.e. this is not limited to just good heroes, but also villains). You should also use important relationships and how they effect the chosen characters development. Specific quotations should be used here to demonstrate the growth.
D) Analyze our understanding of the movies placement: Naboo, Tatooine (1, 3, & 4), Coruscant, Earth, or the Universe. Answer the following questions. How is Naboo, Tatooine, Coruscant, or the Universe itself a character? What does that placement mean to movie or main characters (i.e. Naboo to Queen Amidala, Coruscant to almost anyone, Alderaan to Liea or General Tarkin)? What does that placement mean to the larger world in general?
E) Choose a non-reoccurring or minor character and analyze his or her relationship to the plot of the movie and to the development of the main characters. This analysis should encompass specific relationships between characters and the importance of this non-reoccurring character.
F) Analyze the concepts of good and evil in a movie or movie series. How does our understanding of the good or evil in the movie’s world change or evolve (or does it)? This analysis must involve complex plot development as well as characterization and analysis.
G) Analyze the use of stereotypes in the movies. Relate specific instances where the movie world mirrors the real world or doesn’t. i.e. Queen Amidala/Padme plays a mothering role (still, or a wifely/mothering roll) to Anakin, Liea plays an offensive roll (aka Padme) and fights to defend the rebel alliance or she plays a kingly role and defends her country/territory with her life, or something else. Also discuss the reason why the directors chose to use stereotypes and what effect that use has on the movies, both through characterization, plot, and setting.
H) Analyze the use of names. Are names significant or meaningful to the movie character development or the development of the movie in general? Why or Why not? Use specific examples that support your analysis.
I) The movies are saturated with religious imagery. Analyze the use of religious imagery in a movie or movie series and explain what meanings this understanding brings to the work(s).
J) One argument posed by experts is that the Star Wars movies are a replacement for our (the real worlds) disillusionment with the failures of Christianity (or any religion in general) to solve the worlds problems or make the world a better place.
Argue either for or against this opinion using the movies as support.
K) Analyze either Anakin, Obi-wan, or some other person of your choosing in the second two movies for their Heroes Journey. You should use the Hero with a Thousand Faces videos and handouts as references. Show how the character you analyze fit/does not fit the paradigm.
L) Pick a character and analyze that character psychologically. What motivates that character to make the choices he or she makes? You must define that character using psychological constructs and demonstrate how your psychological analysis enhances the understanding movies. (This will require outside sources, documented in MLA format)
M) Compare two or more characters psychologically, either heroes or villains and from similar or different movies, explaining the interactions between these characters and how their individual psychology defines their interaction. (This will require outside sources, documented in MLA format)
N) Pick a theme we have discussed in class and show its development throughout the movies. Explain how the theme is fundamental or important to the overall plot of the movie. Use specific references from the movies. Possible themes include, but are not limited to, the following: Love Death Friendship Time Religion Truth Secrets Mystery Hatred Fame (and loosing it) Family (and the lack thereof) Power (and it various forms) Growth Stagnation Numerology Classical Literary references Relationship to normal life Characterization Imprisonment The heros journey Wealth Morals Ethics Justice Right and wrong What is means to be a hero What makes one character a hero What makes heroes different goals
O) Analyze a heros relationship with their mentor figure (i.e. Yoda to Dooko, Dooko to Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-wan to Anakin, Darth Sidious to Darth Vader, Ben to Luke, etc.) and those authority figures he respects. How is Obi-wan (Anakin) (or the character) guided (well or poorly) by them and what is their effect on his development?
P) Analyze the meaning of the Jedi orders destruction. Was it necessary for the balance of the force or was it a tragic occurrence that cost the galaxy untold wisdom and knowledge? What revelations do you discover?
Q) If you do not like any of these questions, write one down you would like to answer and submit it to me. If I approve it, I will analyze and rewrite it and you may use that question.
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