Movie Review : Movie Analysis Of The Movie The Patriot

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Have you ever been in a situation where foreign people subjugate the land that you live in? Have you wanted to achieve and fight for this freedom and get the land back from the foreign? This is called land colonization. It is not fair for the other people who don’t have any land at all. In the movie, “The Patriot”, the setting took place during the Revolutionary War, or the American Revolution, in South Carolina during the late 1770’s. The British were fighting the colonists at that time and one major character in the movie, named Benjamin Martin, fought during the American Revolution. Later, the Americans won their independence in 1781. First of all, this movie is called “The Patriot” because the Americans were loyal to their country and…show more content…
According to the Declaration of Independence, there are 3 unalienable rights: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, and the British stole it from them. The colonists think that it is not fair, and the British did nothing about it. So, the Americans fought the bloody American Revolution. This war was about 6 years and the colonists needed some help from other foreign countries like France and Germany. The Revolutionary War was inevitable to end, but the Americans ended it by winning the Battle of Yorktown. The lesson of the Revolutionary War is to show that the British can’t tell us what to do and the British can’t pay them taxes all of the time. They are subjugating them and they need to stop that, and they did. Most of the British soldiers went back to England, but some of them went to Canada. The Treaty of Paris was signed later, and now the colonists were known as Americans and they could form their own government. In a nutshell, “The Patriot” showed about the Revolutionary War that the Americans were dedicating their time and their work to fight the British to earn and achieve their freedom. Finally, if I was a teacher, I would show this movie to my students because it teaches a huge lesson on the impact of America and how the British were not allowed in their land because of what they did. Why were the British destroying the colonists rights and why did the

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