Forrest Gump Analysis

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When seeing a movie for the first time you never know how it will be, just like a box of chocolate, “you never know what you’re going to get.” The film, which was up against Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” and Frank Darabont’s “The Shawshank Redemption” on the year of its release. The 1994 Robert Zemeckis’ film, “Forrest Gump”, won six Academy Awards against some of film histories greatest films. Forrest Gump is an American favorite about a kid from Alabama conquering life’s hardest obstacles in some of the worlds most difficult times.
The director, Robert Zemecki, is known for making great films and some are even classics. He has directed films such as the “Back to the Future” movies, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, “Cast Away”, “The Polar Express”, and many more. Forrest Gump is a film which is told in the narrative voice of the main character, but his over-voice was used only as introductions for events throughout the movie.
Forrest Gump is a comedy-drama film where the main character has a low IQ but despite this he seems to do well in life and is accidentally a part of history’s most memorable moments. Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) is a man from Greenbow, Alabama and is telling the story of his life to those waiting at a bus stop. He starts his story with the introduction of the problems he must face. Forrest has a low IQ and also has a crooked back and must wear leg braces. Despite this, Forrest seems to go on with his day with no complaints.
He has accomplished many

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