Acting is impeccable to this type of movie. The way Dustin Hoffman plays Raymond in the movie is absolutely great. To make a movie about a mental disorder is one thing, but to make a movie about a mental disorder along with having an actual character in the movie with a mental disability played by an actor without an actual disability is another thing. The way Hoffman played this part was perfect in the sense that he did not overdo his acting, yet he also did not under do the job he was given. There is a fine line between making fun of or mocking an individual with a mental disability and actually truthfully acting out how someone is with a real disability.
Here Comes Colon Cancer─Oh and Honey Boo Boo Too. In one of his many columns found in The Augusta Chronicle, a journalist and Bachelor of Science, Joe Hotchkiss, explains why the family on a recent TLC reality TV show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, is hastily putting their lives at risk, and their influence on society. ”Honey Boo Boo Reality Show Shows Darker Reality on Health,” published on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012, has no direct reason for its purpose; however, Hotchkiss gives valid reasons why he feels the way he does. The article is directed toward TLC and its show producers, for attempting to achieve higher ratings by exploiting a southern natured family’s stereotypical way of rural living. Hotchkiss wants the audience to believe that the circumstances behind living an unhealthy lifestyle, outweighs a few laughs, ratings, and bragging rights.
The Birthmark By: Nathaniel Hawthorne The main characters of this story are Aylmer and Georgiana, a husband and wife wrapped up in a story full of symbolism. Aylmer is a scientist, famous for his many experiments and potions, disgusted with a birthmark on his wife’s cheek. Georgiana is Aylmer’s pretty, intelligent and eager to please wife, who’s only flaw seems to be a birthmark on her cheek. The birthmark could symbolize human imperfection and mortality in this story. If not for the birthmark on Georgiana’s face, she would have been perfect in Aylmer’s obsessed eyes, dare say perhaps, immortal.
Made a 64 on this one so don’t use it.Showing that reality and fantasy never coincide is a very effective strategy for an ad. This ad, titled Reality Sucks, offers some insight to this anomaly. The creators of this ad, Utoplis, do a great job of getting their point across. The ad portrays a scene from the classic American film Titanic, adding a twist of reality, which makes this ad not only humorous, but true. Looking at this add, we see what seems to be a married couple in their 40s, replicating one of the famous scenes from the movie Titanic.
Consider Amster-dom, who outstands and is considered as one of the greatest athelets in the world not only because his championship in the France de tour , but also because of his fortitide and inspiring spirit in face of the life-threatening disease. Does Amsterdom best present what American society is ? Certainly not. In a not dissimilar way, athelets or sports teams are tend to be chosen as a society's heroes, especially during crucial worldwide sports competions,say World Cup. Admittedly, they are regarded as the society's most brilliant figures after they achieved great history.
Antigone, an outstanding play written by “Sophocles”, in this play a quote is mentioned by a blind prophet that goes by the name of Tiresias. He goes on to say in pages 111 to 112 “Think: All men make mistakes, but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong, and repairs the evil: The only Crime is pride.” Right from the beginning he wants the reader to think. That if a man has a lot or too much pride; it can be their only true crime. For example, recently a story has come out about a NBC news reporter. Who eligibly said his helicopter was shot down in the Iraq war.
For example he was stuck in a different reality and he knew what to do and never panicked, and eventually got out because of his smarts. Crash was the best movie because the writing could be related to life very easily for certain types of people. The acting in the movie was also incredible. The class most likely agrees with me because of how real the acting was. The movie was nominated for many awards proving how great it was.
Her husband is a pharmacist and she was a teacher at the local university. Her son was a typical normal boy who loved to study and wanted to become a doctor. but then the war started to play a role into his life. In a matter of months he traded in his text books for an AK 47 and the knowledge on how to build a bomb, and America thinks there doing it for the good of the
Ancient Egypt is one of my favorite topics to read about because it intrigues me great amounts about how successful they were even though the climate they live in would even today be considered dangerous or “deadly”. Comparing today’s Egypt to ancient Egypt is impossible because of technology but the way ancient Egypt was able to stay afloat, stable, and successful is very interesting. There are many factors in play that helped ancient Egypt’s story pan out so well. For example here are just a few factors that led to Egypt’s massive success: location, bodies of water, climate, number of people, and willpower. These are only a few of the many factors in ancient Egypt’s success story, these I feel are the most prevalent.
One of the childhood stories he tells is of when his sister, who had been close to him, began smoking. She smoked because their family grew tobacco, and eventually died of lung cancer. In telling this story, Gore uses pathos, again appealing to the audience’s emotions. This story is a weak analogy since it is completely unrelated to global warming, yet is still able to help his argument. Aside from using anecdotes, Gore creates scenarios as a way of allowing the audience to better understand his arguments.