It was so great that i went after some days with my girlfriend to the cinema and watched it again. A week ago movie “Knocked Up” appeared once more in my life. Pleased with that i quietly and with attention watched the movie again. What made me love this movie is the fact that the two actresses in leading roles are very pretty, there were good-funny lines that made me laugh, all three times, and most important the role of Ben Stone(Seth Rogen). In all movies there are beautiful actresses.
ACT LIKE A LADY, THINK LIKE A MAN I rushed to watch this romantic comedy movie which was released on April 20th 2012, at a theater in Gahanna on 5/16/2012.My friends commented that it was hilarious. They claimed it will make me laugh and that it is a lesson for our present day relationships. A romantic comedy movie is always my favorite to watch and it just makes me happy. This impractical comedy film is based on Steve Harvey’s book: Act like a Lady Think like Man, which was published in 2009. It was directed by Tim Story, who won the best theatrical director award for comedy movie, The Barbershop in 2002 and the best image award for Fantastic Four in 2005.The comedian turned actor Steve Harvey is very successful and funny in the entertainment industry today.
Despite warnings from doctors that pregnancy might involve complications that could be life-threatening, Shelby decides - much to M'Lynn's chagrin - to have a child. A year later, as a result of childbearing, her kidneys fail. In an act of love that transforms their maternal bond, M'Lynn donates one of her kidneys to save Shelby's life. The reprieve is short-lived, pun intended, however; Shelby later dies from kidney-related complications. Four loyal friends, who help them through the trials and tribulations that cause conflict, support the two women with love and laughter.
Since the 1920’s situation comedy (sitcoms) have evolved into the most popular television genre. They focus mainly on day to day life events to highlight humerous faults of human behaviour. To make these sitcoms successful they use characters in a cultural context, a didactic plot and a setting we can relate to. For years the sitcom Seinfeld has drawn viewers into the complicated and confusing world of Jerry Seinfeld and his dysfunctional friends. In sitcoms, setting is the most important aspect as it allows the viewers to see realism, the characters identity and a social back round.
In order for a sitcom to be great, it should be re-watchable. Seinfeld has a number of inside jokes including catch phrases and character flaws which are repeated throughout the episodes. The inside jokes are generally only picked up by dedicated viewers who realise that they’re funny, hence they are necessary in re-watchability. Another factor in a great sitcom is chemistry among the characters. The characters of Seinfeld have such great chemistry that we love to watch them, and feel like a part of it.
The hot lights make me sweat like a pig. The musty costumes make me stink. The laughter of the crowd makes me happy. My life has been surrounded by the stage; especially comedy and laughter have always helped me overcome obstacles. Throughout my life I have hit some emotional lows, but I can always rise above that on stage.
Word count 385 Tillie Olsen’s “I Stand Here Ironing” is a Mother’s story of circumstance and regret. In the story the mother retells of her hardships and sacrifice that her family had to endure as a result of the economic climate during the 1930’s. To overcome this adversity Olsen must sacrifice the relationship and well being of her oldest daughter in order to make ends meet and provide for the rest of her family. The main character in the story is the Mother. The Mother is a static character who remains unchanged throughout the story.
“Going Rogue: An American Life” In the beginning of Sarah Palin’s book, “Going rogue,” she discusses many aspects of her early life. She starts the book off by presenting us with a scenario where she is wandering the state fair and see her daughters face on a “pro-life” poster that her daughter had posed for when she was a baby. “I love to write, but not about myself,” (pg. 409) Sarah on a book that is entirely about her and the life she lives before and after politics. She states how months before the presidential campaigning begin she gave birth to a special needs child and still managed to be a public figure who had her life together in the eyes of America.
Comedy can be used to lighten a situation, to make one look more stupid or foolish, and to help the audience gain a better understanding of the author’s feelings. Throughout Levy’s entire story she does this well by using this element to create funny/lighthearted, such as the meeting between Levy and her future fiancé, Levy’s excitement over her future life and happiness spills over as she creates this scene of over enjoyment, setting up a funny little rant. Levy suggested “Look how fun! Look what’s possible! Let’s have a cocktail…We’d need hyacinths and shrimps!
I had asked if the television could be left on, since it was such a special event. Everyone, including the doctors and nurses seemed to be pleased, paying special attention to what they could, while at the same time moving around the delivery suite, swiftly. My newborn daughter had just entered the world totally unaware of the extra importance of those last few minutes. A wonderful healthy cry, as Chief Justice Burger administered the Oath of Office. The medical team was so intent on taking care of this tiny baby and giving her every little thing she needed.