stupid person is a person is a person that does stupid things. This Quote came directly form the movie “Forrest Gump”. I will be covering the audience, art forms, filmmaker’s decisions, expectation, implicit meaning, patterns, mise-en-scene and actors. The group of people that view this film are the audience. There are two types of audience there is active and passive and for this film “Forrest Gump”, the audience would be active. This film would have an active audience because this film is like a biography
The film Forrest Gump was released on 1994 and directed by Robert Zemeckis. This film uses narratives form and stylistic techniques to achieve an affective connection between the viewers and the protagonist of the movie, Forrest Gump. This movie leaves a first-time spectator not prepared for what he is going to get from the beginning to end in this emotive film. Winner of six Academy Awards including best picture and best actor. It earned over $667 million dollars during its theatrical run. The plot
The 1960s in the United States of America was defined by the conflict between the Vietnam War effort and the counterculture that emerged in opposition to the war. Robert Zemeckis’ film Forrest Gump explores this conflict, where the film’s protagonist, Forrest, represents a patriotic, glorious and heroic Vietnam War experience for soldiers, while also highlighting the devastation that war caused through the character of Lieutenant Dan. Contrasting to the somewhat glowing representation of the war
paper will explain the insight of one of the most popular scenes from the highly acclaimed film, Forrest Gump. The scene was titled, “Run, Forrest, Run!” and the famous quote, “Run, Forrest, Run!” also came from this scene. The plot of the scene is that Forrest & Jenny just met and were quickly became friends. Around this time, Forrest had just begun schooling and he has a pair of corrective braces on his legs. Toward the end of the scene, he and Jenny were getting chased by some of their peers.
Forrest Gump as the Modern Day Fairytale Forrest Gump is a classic film; this essay will explore all aspects if this favourite. From the beautifully naïve Forrest, to the political underlay throughout the narrative. The opening sequence of the film stimulates a distant memory, a reminiscence of fairytales from years gone by. Once getting to know the character of Forrest I realize this innocence of fairytales is reflected in his being. The tinkling keys of the piano
are things such as; they should be pitied; they are receivers of charity; they are brave; 'super crip' or even aggressive and angry, an example of these stereotypes are put to use in Forrest Gump. It shows Lieutenant Dan as being bitter and having a chip on his shoulder; it also shows Forrest Gump as being like a super crip an extraordinary person who does marvelous things without meaning too. Stereotypes probably originate from feelings like fear; superiority; repulsion