Walter doesn’t do that instead he just hands over all the money to Willy Harris to go invest in the liquor store. Now Walter is feeling so happy that his career is about to jump off. His whole attitude begins to change towards everyone. In the beginning Walter would constantly argue with his sister Beneatha, now he’s so nice and friendly to her. He’s even taken Ruth out on a date, and this never happens.
The all like doing there HW and getting good grades in school because they want to go to college and start a career. The boys obviesly just want to play games on the PS3 and the XBOX 360 all they long. Sometimes they lie about them not having HW just play video games for a long time but there parents make them stop after 2 hours and make them read for 30 minutes and to outside and run around to keep them active. There parents get them tuters to help them do better in school because there grades areint so
My favorite part of the plot was when he got played by his girlfriend C. The climax was when his girlfriend broke up with him a day before prom. D. The conclusion was a funny one because he came to the prom with a stripper and she left with his friend Section IV: Characters A. Looks: tall, dark-skinned, skinny, wavy hair. Personality fun, hyper class clown. Goals: To go to college.
Sara is Chanda’s half-sister. She’s only one and a half years old; she died from a terrible disease yet unknown. Jonah, Sara’s father has not much of a difference between dead or alive. He goes to the Shebeen all the time. He gets drunk and cheats on his wife Mrs. Kabelo.
However, her college experience is where she first interacts solely with the predominantly American culture. In order to pay for school and get good grades, Sara must ignore everything else, including her family, to work and study. Slowly and painfully, Sara learns to talk, dress and act like her American peers. She leaves college with her teaching degree and a thousand dollars, which she won in an essay contest. Feeling successful, Sara returns home to find her mother fatally ill. After her mother's death, her father remarries only to find his new wife, Mrs. Feinstein, is a gold-digger after his late wife's lodge money.
The film writers, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, supposedly based this film loosely on their personal experiences during their own awkward teenage years. Though I’m not sure how true this actually is, the film is excellently written. There is sensitivity in superbad that other teen movies such as American Pie don’t achieve, this gives the film heart. This is also the main reason that Superbad works so well, it gets away with being immature and crude by using well-written and well-acted parts to create a sense of vulnerability and loveable geeky awkwardness in the three main characters, who constantly attempt to appear cool and confident, particularly around their high school crushes, desperately fabricating stories, with hilarious
They are considered rich, spoilt and lucky. Most of the Socs go to college and seem to have a perfect life but they too have problems. Bob got himself killed because he had no rules and his parents would let him get drunk and get into trouble. Cherry Valance, a Soc, and Ponyboy, a Greaser are also good examples of how stereotypes aren’t always true. Cherry teaches Ponyboy that Socs and Greasers aren’t that different like when she says “All Socs aren’t like that, Ponyboy”.
Despite the films comedic tendencies and its simplified subject matter, it manages to provide some interesting insight into high schools social pyramid. It helps illustrate how difficult it is to resist being popular when everyone in society is so invested and unwilling to change it. People can lose themselves when they just accept what everyone else believes to be ‘worthy’ of social acceptance. This movie preaches the judgments that are rolling off teenagers tongues and out in the open where it can hurt someone. As a society we are incapable of accepting that we are all unique and different, but we need to just accept
Similarly, Clueless is not only an ‘affectionate spoof on self-absorbed teenagers’ but also a clever ‘dig’ at the society that created them. Heckerling presents her messages with not only the script to help her but techniques available to her medium including camera, music, design and acting. Due to the relatively short running time of films Heckerling cannot slowly and intricately build her characters the way in which Austen did, instead, the characters in Clueless are stereotypical. This allows the audience to understand and identify with each character from quite early
Naomi Long Professor Lockhart English 1102 February 07, 2012 “A Goodman is Hard to Find” Imagine driving for hours on vacation only to be murdered by a serial killer. Unfortunately this is the reality of Flannery O'Connor's character, a nameless grandmother, in “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” Driven by her self-righteousness, the grandmother considers herself morally superior to others because she is a faithful lady. As the story unfolds the reader's discover that the grandmother is morally corrupt, and awakens to her moral corruption through the antagonist, The Misfit. O'Connors use of foreshadowing and characterization conveys the general idea that their is a thin line