Essay on Analysis Of Its A Wonderful Life

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This was an extraordinary movie that showed the homely small-town moral values through glossy studio production. I really enjoyed this movie. It has very quickly become one of my favorite movies of all times. The characters were very good. I thought this movie to be beautifully told and acted, with Reed, Barrymore, and other ensemble members perfectly cast. The actors were very convincing. George Bailey was an ordinary guy. An example of this was went he was at the train station waiting for his brother, Harry. He said, "Do you know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are?…Hanker chains, plane motors, and train whistles." He appreciated small things like that. I think that Jimmy Stewart played the role of George …show more content…
Clarence gave George his book, and in it was written: "Remember no man is a failure who has friends. That was a lesson that George learned. His friends helped him in a time of need, just like George had done for them their whole lives. George learned that he really did have a wonderful life.
     The words "It’s a Wonderful Life," tell a wonderful story. That’s what the whole movie was about. We as the audience, go to see just how wonderful George Bailey’s life really was. The movie shows the values of a family, and how much George took them for granted. He took them for granted until he felt what it feels like to live without them. This film showed that there was a lot more to George’s history than just his life. He had saved Harry’s life when they were just kids. Later on Harry stopped an aircraft from running into a lot of soldiers, which saved all their lives. So in the long run George saved all those soldiers too.
     I believe this was an accurate depiction of the 1930’s. It showed how the town reacted when the stock market crashed. People were frantic. Everyone was out of money. But through most of the movie, George Bailey was strong about everything. He kept his head up high, and continued with his life. Also, another accurate account of the 1930’s was when Harry Bailey went away to fight in World War One. Then Mrs. Bailey and others
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