So many people were interested in this show because there were no shows like this one and people were sad to see it go in the year 2000 as it announced its ending.
Even though I do not know well about American TV shows as a Korean, I picked a TV show, New Girl, among many TV show list of the website. “New Girl,” is an American sitcom television series about a story of a young woman’s, Jessica, finding her boyfriend. This TV show portrays real life of common people and draws sympathy of audiences. It says it’s OK to mourn breakups and unfortunate reality of being unemployed is not a shame. Many people would be consoled by watching this show.
The power of comedy is that it takes contemporary issues and stretches them to the extreme and then puts the exaggerated picture of who we are as a society back in our faces. Back a while ago, comedian great Mike Myers played Pitka in the movie flop "The Love Guru". During a number of scenes, Pitka would make comments, realize that they were catchy, and then quickly tack on and little "TM" to his statement. The idea was that he was trademarking everything clever that he said. Ridiculous? That's why it's comedy.
The relatable situations, along with the Huang family’s somewhat outrageous reactions to them are pure entertainment in my eyes. The premise of the show is very similar to the shows “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “Diff’rent Strokes”, showing how people react to a culture different from their own. Looking into this show, I would suggest you judge it by how well it avoids focusing on stereotypes, allowing each character to be utterly unique. Also, seeing how realistically the interactions are presented to the audience makes up the entire show, it’s something that should be focused on. The originality of the work is… mediocre. As mentioned before, “The Beverly Hillbillies” and “Diff’rent Strokes” are very similar to “Fresh Off the Boat” in terms of story. The concept is used enough, along with the classic ‘I’ll become just like the new people that surround me!’ character. But, “Fresh Off the Boat” can definitely take the concept to the next level, if it plays out
The five foot brown hair sneaks into the home of Kierstyn Jones . A twenty year old blonde who works full time at the slaughter house . Nakita waits in the corner of the hallway in the dark , holding a syringe in her hand , filled with a small dose of Etorphine . This drug mainly used on large animals , Nakita uses to knock her victims out instantly , so there is no cause of struggle for her strength . Kierstyn comes from the kitchen holding a warm glass of milk , Nakita knocks against the wall , making Kierstyn turn towards the sound. “ Hello?” She walks toward the noise , out of the darkness Nakita grabs her by the mouth , sticking the syringe in her neck , knocking her out in seconds . Nakita drags her sleeping body into the bedroom floor , she strips her naked , taping her arms and ankles together and last placing a piece over her mouth. She begins to undress herself in front of the sleeping body awaiting for her to awake.
Even with the original cast, the show will face some difficulties. Previous revivals such as Boy Meets World has been somewhat successful, but it fans aren’t it’s originals. Because it’s on the Disney Channel, most of its viewers are younger.
Dr. Seuss, an amazing writer who showed the world of satire and literature to all ages. Books such as The Lorax, The Foot book and The Butter Battle Book are perfect examples of that. Seuss, a man known for his creative vision and use of words, made these books a satire gold mine! We already know about his rhymes but Seuss was also extremely good at using exaggeration. Don't forget his amazing use of onomatopoeias or his profound use of repetition. I could go on forever but the fact is Dr Seuss and his creative mind has an amazing talent for using satire to make his books come to life. To make his books stick around for so long and to open the minds of his reader to the world of satire and the amazing world of literature.
My Opinion in on how we can end modern day is to fight to end it by making a statement and not just by yourself but by having a voice that can be heard in your community but also around the country as modern day slavery should stop no matter what type of circumstances that we may be going through as many of today's america problems involve race,sex trafficking,sexuality as many of america's circumstances exists around police brutality against blacks are the more talk about in america today but when so much police brutality going on not only are we killing ourselves but we are killing our society and how next generation will be formed,we are killing our next generation over sexually,race and how we dress and present ourselves in society in my opinion it needs to come to a stop and our voice should be heard not only when a situation happens but making a statement everyday not only just for a week and stop talking about the issue that is present at hand but many ways to bring a stop to the racism and judgment based on race is to make sure your voice get heard by making a statement by joining a local social justice group. One of the many social groups in charlotte that exists are the southern coalition for social justice,freedom
dull at the same time. There was has to be action between characters, alot of diaglouge to see wahts in the mind of the characters.
The viewpoint of the political cartoon is that no one takes Al Gore seriously. The word serious is in the cartoon and AL Gore is dressed as a penguin, which is funny. The cartoon is horatian because Al Gore dressed in a penguin suit is humorous. The content creator used sarcasm and caricature in the cartoon. The sarcastic part of the cartoon is Obama asking us to take global warming seriously. Caricature is used by Al Gore dressed as a penguin.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and when it comes to the television series, Family Guy, everyone does. A person either loves the series or absolutely hates it. Antonia Peacocke voiced her opinion on the hit series in her article, Family Guy and Freud: Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious. At first she was just another addition to the other Family Guy haters, but she eventually came around and saw the humor after the hard to swallow punch lines. “Family Guy does not aim to hurt… creators take certain measures to keep it from hitting too hard.” Peacock says (307). What the creators are reenacting in the shows are not exactly, socially
One of my friends, Dylan, watched the show on the first week it aired on Netflix and has ever since been trying to persuade all his friends, including me, to watch it. Now at first, I was reluctant because I already had my hands full with school and had my eyes already glued to three other TV shows, them being Mad Men, Daredevil, and The Wire, so adding another to my to-watch list just didn’t make much sense. In addition, Mad Men and The Wire both had seven and five seasons respectively, was already a heavy
Seeing an alpha male go to town on a girl and turn her into a sex crazed maniac who will do anything he wants makes me feel depressed. If he was morbidly obese and in a power chair or some random idiot I would have found it better..but with an alpha male leading the pack I couldn't enjoy it as much as I could have. Him being so alpha was disheartening and the "oh u fancy" slut was too fancy for my tastes. I like my women plain and boring with unibrows and hairy armpits. Her bitchy attitude about "oh goddd you made me a dirty woman" and "you're disgusting for making a lady incontinent" made me feel even more pathetic and the crushing reality of being a beta male set in. I saw that frog telling me "You will never make a lady incontinent" and then the tears started flowing. In summary this OVA was not for me. If you are a true alpha male like Randy Savage or Chris Benoit this would be right up your alley. But since I am nothing but a beta male I could not be entertained by such a program that obviously caters to those who go to the gym daily and to the tanning salon 3 times a week...it's not for us people who are plain and generic people who lead plain and generic lives. In conclusion, watching this anime shows the crushing reality that you will be forever alone and will never be an alpha
The show is quite abundant with meta-humor; in fact, there is an entire episode in which the characters engage themselves in watching T.V. shows featuring themselves in an alternate universe while they discuss the possible consequences if those realities had been their realities. There is some semi-dark humour in display as well as one of the many inventions turn the entire population of the globe to become fatally obsessed with Morty and they get eventually transformed into deformed beings prompting the titular characters to enter a universe where they are dead and replace themselves with the dead versions and completely enter into a different reality.
Lots of music, fast cuts, fantastic cinematography and superb sets and costumes make it the lively tale it was meant to be. These features also make the film somewhat cartoon-like with a lot of heightened realism. Don't expect to see British people prancing around in tights when you rent this one. Luhrmann creates a world where gun-toting youths sport Hawaiian shirts and beachfront brawls are an everyday event.