In ancient days when Moses went up to Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments, he was gone for 30 days. Expecting him to return much sooner, the Israelites became impatient and surly. They wanted a leader and a God who responded to them NOW. With Aaron’s help, they built a god to worship: a […]
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Now that’s what I call literary analysis. love it!
Ironman is a 2008 blockbuster based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. It stars Robert Downey Jr,Terrence Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jeff Bridges. Tony Stark, (Robert Downey Jr), an industrialist, playboy, billionaire and master engineer builds a technologically advanced super suit and becomes the superhero known as Ironman. This film is the perfect example of Joseph Campbell’s 12 stages of a hero’s journey and in this post i shall go through each step and how it relates to the action packed blockbuster.
1. Ordinary World.
The movie starts off showing Tony Stark on a business trip (so to speak) in Afghanistan with the United States Army, showing us the normal world of which Stark is accustomed to. In this scene we are given an insight into the character of Stark, his textbook narcissism and his flamboyant public image.
2. The Call to Adventure.
Stark is captured and held…
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After a long debate I decided to launch my own blog. It will feature shallow religious thoughts of a lost soul as well as fiction fantasy short stories. Some of you will dislike me after my first posts, others will manage to stay on the journey for a while…. lets see who’s brave enough.