Feminist Perspective On The Blind Side

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Feminist perspective on the Blind Side The culture of women in films have changed just like in real life culture expecially in sports movies. As the years have gone on with sports films women get more and more involved. In the early sports films women were not involve with mens sports, the only thing that they might be involved in is the player falling in love with the cheer leader, the coaches wife who cooks dinner for the players the night before the game, or the mom who washes the players uniform. As the years went on you actually started seeing movies with women playing mens sports and now like the movie I’m doing you actually see a women ass the co-main character in a men’s sports movie. In the movie “The Blind Side” Sandra Bullock, who plays Leigh Anne Tuohy, is a very strong and motivating women. In other words she doesn’t take any crap from no one. This movie has shown that women in movies has changed quite a bit, in “Cinderella” Cinderella just waited to for someone to come and take her from this horrible life. In “The Blind Side” it’s actually a women who comes and saves this boy from his horrible life of living on the streets. It’s like women in movies has taken a total role reversal in movies today. Throughout the movie she shows how she don’t listen to no one and just does her own thing because she knows that taking, the character Michael, off the streets is the right thing to do, even though he is black and is kind of shady at first. She has her husband asking her why she is letting this stranger in our house when you don’t even what he is going to do, and she doesn’t see him doing anything wrong. In the older days the husband would have been like no this boy will not stay in my house. If Sean tried saying this to Leigh he would of probably been sleeping on the couch. The most traditional thing about being women in this movie is that Mrs.

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