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Considers a variety of classic frameworks for analyzing social class and uses memoirs, novels and ethnographies to gain a sense of how class is experienced in daily life and how it intersects with other forms of social difference such as race and gender.
Explores the complex interrelationships among humans and natural environments, focusing on non-western parts of the world in addition to Europe and the United States.
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Teaching 21A. Topics include formal logic notation, proof methods; induction, well-ordering; sets, relations; elementary graph theory; integer congruences; asymptotic notation and growth of functions; permutations and combinations, counting principles; discrete probability.
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Mathematics for Computer Science. Image by Will Drevo. Used with permission. Travolta's involvement in Battlefield Earth was first publicized in late I told my manager, 'If we can't do the things now that we want to do, what good is the power?
Let's test it and try to get the things done that we believe in. Shapiro was to write the screenplay. On this film there was an eleventh: Scientology.
It just wasn't something anyone really wanted to get involved with. In , the project was taken over by Franchise Pictures , a recently established company whose head, Elie Samaha , a former dry cleaning mogul turned nightclub owner, specialized in rescuing stars' pet projects.
Franchise sought out stars whose projects were stalled at the major studios, bringing them aboard at reduced salaries.
Samaha's approach made waves in Hollywood, earning him a reputation of being able to produce star vehicles more cheaply than the larger studios.
Because I do not pay anybody what they make. That is not my business plan. The film was set up as an independent production for Morgan Creek Productions which would release the film through Warner Bros.
The Intertainment deal later became the focus of a legal action that bankrupted Franchise. According to Samaha, he got around the "negative factor" of the Scientology connection by the simple expedient of "yell[ing] at everyone, 'This is a science-fiction film starring John Travolta!
It should never have been made. Cruise's spokesperson later denied this. In , Author Services Inc. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest.
Author Services is not part of the Church of Scientology. They are a literary agency without any connection to the church. Travolta's manager Jonathan Krane denied that the Church of Scientology was playing any part in the production: "I've never even dealt with or talked to the church on this.
This is an action-adventure, science-fiction story. The movie has nothing to do with Scientology. This is not about Hubbard.
I'm very interested in Scientology, but that's personal. This is different. Ron Hubbard is very famous for Scientology and Dianetics.
On the other hand, he's equally as famous in the science fiction world. So for people to think that I don't really care if somebody thinks that.
I'm not worried about it. You can't be. The truth of why I'm doing it is because it's a great piece of science fiction.
I'm going to be the wickedest 9-foot alien you've ever seen in your life. Travolta and his manager, Jonathan Krane, took the lead in hiring the on-set personnel.
They initially approached Quentin Tarantino to direct the film. I came on board because John asked me to read the book and said, 'It's not a religious book.
It's a science-fiction story. There's nothing sacred about the story, nothing of the religious philosophy. I was given this to read purely as science fiction — to see whether it was intriguing as a movie.
And it was. Filmed in Canada, principal photography took place in Montreal , Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu , and several other Quebec locations during the summer and autumn of Travolta's wife Kelly Preston also appeared in one scene, playing Terl's "baldish Psychlo girlfriend" Chirk.
I have amber eyes and talons for hands. It's quite remarkable I'm on 4-foot stilts. The film was "plagued by bad buzz" before release with the media speculating about the possible influence of Scientology and commenting on the production's tight security.
Mean ' s staffers changed the script's title to " Dark Forces ", re-attributed it to "Desmond Finch", and circulated it to readers at major Hollywood film production companies.
Battlefield Earth was released on May 12, , three days after the 50th anniversary of the publication of Hubbard's book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health , a date celebrated by Scientologists worldwide as a major Scientology holiday.
The film's scathingly bad reviews and poor word-of-mouth led to a precipitous falling-off in its grosses. The number was reduced from 2, to In a list of "The top 10 biggest box office failures", Kat Giantis of MSN Movies placed Battlefield Earth as tied with Inchon both of which are sponsored by their respective cults: Scientology and the Unification Church for number seven.
A special edition DVD was released in , deleting one scene and including two additional scenes which added two minutes to the film's running time.
Battlefield Earth is often considered to be one of the worst films ever made. The critical consensus stated: "Ugly, campy and poorly acted, Battlefield Earth is a stunningly misguided, aggressively bad sci-fi folly.
The film was greeted with widespread derision in preview screenings. An audience of Los Angeles entertainment journalists, critics, and others greeted the film with guffaws and hoots at a screening in Century City while other viewers in Washington, D.
Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert gave the film the rating of half a star out of four, and compared his screening to "taking a bus trip with someone who has needed a bath for a long time.
It's not merely bad; it's unpleasant in a hostile way I watched it in mounting gloom, realizing I was witnessing something historic, a film that for decades to come will be the punch line of jokes about bad movies.
Rita Kempley of The Washington Post commented: "A million monkeys with a million crayons would be hard-pressed in a million years to create anything as cretinous as Battlefield Earth.
This film version of L. Ron Hubbard's futuristic novel is so breathtakingly awful in concept and execution, it wouldn't tax the smarts of a troglodyte.
The over-the-top music, the unbelievable sets, the terrible dialogue, the hammy acting, the lousy special effects, the beginning, the middle and especially the end.
Many critics singled out the excessive use of angled camera shots. Whenever we glimpse sunlight, the screen goes all stale yellow, as though someone had urinated on the print.
This, by the way, is not such a bad idea. The reviews were not uniformly negative. Bob Graham of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote that the film "effectively presented" the "wary, uncomprehending relationship" between the humans and the Psychlos.
Imagine how much more enjoyable the other blockbuster-of-the-moment, Gladiator , might have been if Joaquin Phoenix had addressed every one of his rivals as 'Rat brain.
Shapiro, who wrote the original screenplay, was critical of the film as well. In a letter to The New York Post , he asserted that his draft bore little resemblance to the final script; the result, he said, was embarrassing: "The only time I saw the movie was at the premiere, which was one too many times.
First, we have learned that spirituality is a fine thing, but it's probably best to avoid joining denominations that make action movies.
Responding to the criticism, one of the film's producers, Elie Samaha, complained: "[The] critics were waiting for us to Everybody hated Scientology for some reason.
I didn't know people were so prejudiced. Battlefield Earth frequently appears on worst film lists,     and is included on Rotten Tomatoes' " Worst of the Worst Movies" list.
As Travolta did not attend to collect his trophies, an action figure of Terl, his character, accepted them in his place. Travolta responded a week later to the awards: "I didn't even know there were such awards.
I have people around me whose job it is to not tell me about such things. They're obviously doing their job. Not every film can be a critical and box office success.
It would have been awful only if Battlefield Earth was neither. That's not the case. I'd rather my films connect with audiences than with critics because it gives you more longevity as a performer.
Here I was taking big chances, breaking a new genre. Pepper said that he regretted not having been invited to the Razzies and blamed the film's failure on "a weak script and poor production values".
Wilson during a radio program; he commented that Travolta had called the script "the Schindler's List of science fiction".
The film's producer, Elie Samaha, declared that he welcomed the "free publicity", as "the more the critics hit Battlefield Earth , the more DVDs it sells.
It is the kind of film that makes a movie legend and we feel we have enough staying power to last long after the critics have quieted down.
Battlefield Earth not only made the final ballot; it took home the top prize for Worst Film of the Century. The Stinkers. Archived from the original on January 23, Retrieved September 18, Stacy Brooks , then-president of the Lisa McPherson Trust , stated: "There's no way that this movie would be happening without Scientology's backing This is one example of how Scientology insinuates itself in various aspects of the culture.
Ron Hubbard to a whole new generation of kids. It's there to plant a favorable seed in children's minds. Ron Hubbard's novel.
Through the movie tie-in with the book, kids will send in the card to get their free poster, and eventually be introduced to Dianetics. That's like saying people are going to go see Gladiator and then suddenly find themselves wanting to explore Christianity.
Before the film was released, rumors and allegations began to circulate that Battlefield Earth contained subliminal messages promoting Scientology.
You'd have to make some serious leaps of logic to make that comparison. The conflict between the Psychlos and the free humans can be seen as a reflection of Scientology's own conception of itself as fighting on behalf of humanity against the forces of psychiatry.
The "space opera" genre of the book and film manifests itself in numerous places in Scientology itself, most famously in OT III the Xenu story.
Travolta's own commitment to such a disastrous project as the film version of Battlefield Earth is, in Urban's estimation, indicative of his "unusual dedication" to Scientology.
The short was primarily a Gladiator parody, with the characters fighting Russell Crowe in the Roman Colosseum ; it included "John Travolta and the Church of Scientology" arriving in a spaceship to defeat Crowe and attempting to recruit the boys into Scientology.
Travolta, along with his fellow Scientologists, was depicted as a Psychlo, as he appeared in the film. Following the failure of Battlefield Earth and other films independently produced by Franchise Pictures , The Wall Street Journal reported that the FBI was probing "the question of whether some independent motion picture companies have vastly inflated the budget of films in an effort to scam investors".
The case was heard before a jury in a Los Angeles federal courtroom in May—June Intertainment's head Barry Baeres told the court that he had only funded Battlefield Earth because it was packaged as a slate that included two more commercially attractive films, the Wesley Snipes vehicle The Art of War and the Bruce Willis comedy The Whole Nine Yards.
Samaha said, 'If you want the other two pictures, you have to take Battlefield Earth — it's called packaging'". Baeres commented: "We would have been quite happy if he had killed [ Battlefield Earth ]".
Battlefield Earth is significantly shorter than its source novel, covering only the first pages of the 1,page book. Despite Travolta's initial commitment to a sequel, such plans never came to fruition.
But I don't know what kind of number it would have to do to justify filming the second part of the book. And I don't want to push any buttons in the press and stir anybody up about it now.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Shapiro Corey Mandell. Morgan Creek Productions Franchise Pictures .
Release date. Running time. I have a special affection for this book. Hubbard was a great writer, and I had an idea of the movie's potential, a fantasy in my mind that lasted for years.
I'm not going to be the laughing stock any more. In this inept futuristic epic adapted from the novel by sci-fi author and Scientology founder L.
Ron Hubbard, a greedy security chief the ridiculous-looking John Travolta enslaves prisoners to mine gold for him.
When it was released, Battlefield Earth became an instant camp classic — think Showgirls in outer space. Sitting through it is like watching the most expensively mounted high school play of all time.
It is beyond conventional criticism and belongs in the elect pantheon that includes such delights as Showgirls and Revolution : the Moe Howard School of Melodrama.
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May Amid a flurry of bizarre claims and counterclaims, only one thing is certain: it is one of the worst movies ever made".
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