Most of us understand the difference between being racist and being politically correct, but most of us let our experiences within our own culture shape how we view people. Judging people is easy to do and quite commonly done unknowingly, but it is when we put our prejudice out on the table that our true colors shine through. I do believe that we will all learn from our mistakes and we will all be judged equally to our own judging. This film showed the very worst of people in today’s society yet also showed American civilization at its best. This film was a “Crash” of intercultural differences and racism; however there is hope in the end when most come to terms with their stereotyping problem, and that is no
300 Final Film Review 300 is by far the best comic book based movie I have evened seen But what really makes this movie stand out from all of the other movies is the amazing cinematography that this movie has. Larry Fong has proven that a brilliant Director of Photography can turn any boring tale into something great and interesting. Now, the tale isn’t boring. Not by a long shot. But we’ve seen and heard the same tale a lot before.
Everyone should have the desire to walk up and help out, without receiving anything in exchange. It only goes to show the greediness of the common person. Even with the economy the way it is currently, that should have no reason to change the amount of selflessness that should be exchanged in today's society. In many views, this is morally wrong for our society to sulk to. Many will agree with this, although almost everyone has participated in the morally wrongness of this situation and many few can be excluded from this act of injustice.
A time to kill Prejudice is an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed without knowledge, thought, or reason. America is still prejudice today because we not fully accept other cultures, beliefs, backgrounds and upbringings We live in a society where if you do not conform you are not socially accepted amongst your peers I believe America is still prejudice till this day because not only do we judge others by their skin color, we judge By the clothes they wear, the way they talk and the crowd they associate with. There are many reasons why we are prejudice it could be because we want to be liked and will reject others if necessary to gain acceptance. We also hold certain prejudices because we are trying to express the aspects
This shows that when the country is all set and done with what they were doing that it will just hurt the morale of them. This argument could be differential to some, but they have to think that not only could it stop and possibly save countries but it could also save lives of many people. Therefore using torture does not help the cause in the world to this day; it will only keep destroying countries all
Acceptance is a viable part if repentance. People need to take the racism they see seriously and not shrug it off. Acts of racism are real and serious. Now killing racism will never fully happen but pursuits need to be made by people who care. People make a difference with action, but thought without action is meaningless.
Tucci is incredibly creepy, weird, and awkward as Mr. Harvey and his interactions with people are some of the best parts of the movie. Ronan is also quite great as Susie Salmon, I feel she captured the innocence of the character but had the maturity to carry the movie. Peter Jackson did a great job casting actors. In the end I really enjoyed this movie. Jackson equally balanced the feelings of grief, anger, and even happiness and warmth into this movie.
The main idea of the story was that you really can't judge people by their color, they are all going to the same place when they die. Many people don't think of this in depth even though it is very important. The burgher people had something against the kapirs, mostly because of the skin color. Being racist does not solve anything, only death and cruelty. The burgher people were the middle class german and dutch people, morely so the whites, while the kapirs were the more islamic, poorer people, just trying to make themselves something in their life.
Prejudice is something that if you understand the truth behind it and the facts then you can possibly overcome it. Many people are being prejudiced without out even realising the harm it can cause, so maybe you should never judge a person until you contemplate things from his or her point of view. There are many sources out there that help people to understand why prejudice exists such as To Kill a Mockingbird, The First Bloke and last but not least The Ringer. To understand prejudice you have to understand the types of it such as Racism, Social Status, Sexism and Disability. Understanding the truth behind racism can help to overcome prejudice.
I agree with the film in that we all are vulnerable to racism partly because of the lack of information everyone has. I think that more informational things about race should be out there and easily available to everyone. I also believe that it does not help if you believe that you are not racist and you do not do anything to show that. Another quote that I liked from the movie was “Racism is like cancer; we must treat it and find a cure.” With that I believe that everyone including myself should openly and encouragingly talk about racism and try to learn from others. I think that if people did this racism would be less of a problem in the world