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Mentorship roles

Full disclosure: while I had doubts about the new Spider-man movie re-threading the same old plots, the new trailer has assuaged those doubts and I’m eagerly waiting to see it. 1,892 more words

It's the end...and Mark's alone

The character I think has the most character development, one who is often overlooked, is pseudo-narrator Mark Cohen. While he is essentially the protagonist because he’s documenting everything that takes place, I feel like many people lose sight of that because throughout the film, he is a spectator to what’s happening around him. 682 more words

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Writing Wednesday: The Path to Plot

This is getting to be quite a long series of articles. I’ve already talked about how I knew I wanted to be a writer, second was  1,431 more words

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The Edge of Character Development

Another movie I saw recently is The Edge of Seventeen. I had to wait until after it came out on DVD because it wasn’t in any theaters near me, but I think it was worth it. 635 more words

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: "Hunter X Hunter (2011)" is a Great Show with Some Glaring Issues

Hunter X Hunter is a Japanese anime, that originated as a popular comic of the same name, and had a couple of iterations as an animated show. 1,979 more words

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And Then Along Came ...

The Character and his journey. That’s what story is about, isn’t it? A character in conflict who struggles to find resolution. The journey implies an arc, something that aligns with the concept and theme and context of the setting and background and turmoils. 595 more words

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And Then Along Came ...

The Character and his journey. That’s what story is about, isn’t it? A character in conflict who struggles to find resolution. The journey implies an arc, something that aligns with the concept and theme and context of the setting and background and turmoils. 584 more words

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