Will has more skills than what it takes to clean hallways and bathroom stalls, in fact he is a pure genius and is the person who completely solved the problem mentioned in the quote above. Now Professor Lambeau stated that he was hoping someone might prove it by the end of the semester, it had taken Will only one night to accomplish such an astounding task. Will is portrayed as a hoodlum from South Boston, who has succumb to his life of working in labor. Little does everyone know the true intelligence of this young man and the heights he could reach if his incredible uneducated potential was educated. In this movie there are situations where a myriad of theories could be used to analyze the circumstances that
The psychologist, Sean, has a hard time at first relating to Will Hunting, but eventually they make a break through. In the meantime, Will finds a girl, Skylar that he gets romantically involved with. When they get to close, he deserts her. Eventually, Will must find his own path as a young man in a big world. He has the potential to do great things but some question if he’ll take advantage of his gifts.
The character of Biff develops and grows immensely by searching his past and examining relationships with himself and others to find his true self. Although he had a poor view of himself, he felt in the end that he had done something very special when he realized who he really was. Miller puts Biff in a position to look at many of his most important relationships throughout the performance. The two most important relationships are Biff’s relationship with himself and his relationship with his father. Realizing his father is not as perfect as he believes him to be at such a formidable stage in his development deeply affects his view of himself.
His unorthodox methods not only taught the boys to think for themselves, but they also awoke the boys’ inner desires and dreams. This movie does an excellent job of portraying the school’s four pillars (tradition, honor, discipline, and excellence) and the four I’s (individualism, innocence, intuition, and imagination) through members of the Dead Poets Society, specifically Todd Anderson and Charlie “Nuwanda” Dalton. Todd Anderson showed the best understanding of the philosophies of transcendentalism, notably Ralph Waldo Emerson’s. Todd failed to follow Emerson’s philosophy of “Imitation is suicide” until the very last minute of the movie, when he daringly stood up on his desk and called out “Oh Captain, my Captain!” to Mr. Keating. He could not hold in his guilt anymore because he felt bad for conforming, or imitating, what the other members of the Dead Poets Society had done in Mr. Nolan’s office.
Growing up involves challenges, but also rewards as it is a process different for everyone. The concept of growing up is explored in the film, 'Dead Poets Societs, directored by Peter Weir, and the related text, 'Flight From Fear', by Joanne Feddler. The film demonstrates the concept of growing up through the experiences of one of the antagonists, Neil Perry. In the film, 'Dead Poets Society', Neil Perry is an easily influenced young man who has a strong desire for achievement, he is a natural leader and admired by all of his friends. However, Neil's strong drive for achievement is cut short by his father who has an overbearing influence and control over Neil's life.
A Walk To Remember is an inspirational tale of love, commitment and faith. In the starting of the movie Landon is a troubled young man who’s male bravado makes him moody, doesn’t have morals, or respect for others therefor leading him to make unethical decisions. On the other hand Jamie is modest, has a strong faith and wishes only to do good in God’s eyes. Through a series of events Jamie and Landon become friends and gradually Jamie teaches Landon how to truly open his heart and eyes to God. Landon constantly has to be seen as the “tough guy” persona that, ultimately forces him in to bad situations.
He reminds me of the famous comedian, Chris Rock as he tries to tell Cain not to worry, because once he gets the book deal, they’ll move to a better neighborhood. But every time Cain has to go to the center for rehab, Andrew is not always there to go with him. Compared to what his little brother wears, Andrew is spiffier; he richly clads in black shoes, a white long sleeve shirt with black dress pants. Angela Rodriguez has also done a great job with the make-up. The best actor is Andrew Dillemuth, who plays the younger brother.
She tales out anger on me because she knows I will take it and not blame her but blame the disese. I respect you and you mother for being there for your brother and glad he is doing so good. Anonymous (visit their site) We watched this movie last night and we LOVED it. It was so touching and a true testament to the power of a
Although he is not actually terribly ugly, he does have unusual, extremely dark eyes. Actor, Robert Carlyle plays Gaz as quite a larrikin lacking the responsibility and maturity needed to spend the time with his eleven-year-old son that he so desires. It is also revealed amongst his friends (with surprisingly minor consequences) that Gaz has been to prison before. Gaz does care for Nathan, his son and shows this through the film. In fact, Gaz’s primary motivation for the strip show is to raise the money for payments his ex is demanding from him so he can continue to see Nathan.
For instance, Mr. Alexander was so thrilled a students’ newfound understanding of a problem that with a burst of excitement he punched his fist through his classroom window. His undying passion for math persuaded me to create the same amount of passion for it also―with less pain, but as time has passed this passion has faded along with my math smarts. “Courtney, I wish I could marry your brain!” was a declaration spoken from the mouth of a genius of a math teacher, Mr. Alexander, that came charging back into my memory in the third quarter of my AP Geometry class as I sat dumbfounded by the lack of knowledge I was apprehending from my then teacher, Mrs. Shackelford. By this time math had become my worst enemy and I hated it with a passion. Sorry about the negative diction I am professing towards math, but the truth is that I lost my love for it year’s ago―with the help of horrible instructors.