One of the most complicated experiences in life, love cannot be precisely defined, but some basic indications help to characterize the feeling. Love is a very deep, passionate affection one person has for another or a relationship of the same nature that implies a unique intensity of emotion. It requires an especially strong connection and compatibility between two people, usually identified by a total understanding and respect for each other and a fundamental similarity in ideology. Love can also be seen in the way it alters people’s normal behavior; when someone is in love, the object of their affection seems like the most important thing in the world, and they do extreme things for that feeling to be requited. Love cannot easily be
When two people are in love, they are happy and look past the bad things in one another. "Affection, as I have said is the humblest love. It gives itself no airs," (pg.33 paragraph 3). They look at the good, and can usually ignore the bad. They work together through problems and issues that arise. The two help one another out and make sure they are both doing well. They care for one another the
Unfortunately we still had tension among players. It even got as far as one player taking the ball from another on the field in the middle of the game. As the season progressed, this problem practically solved itself as we bonded at practices, pre-game get-togethers, and voluntarily spending time together on weekends. We grew from barely tolerating each other to being such a tight-knit group that even schoolmates noticed.
Nicholas Sparks’ tragic love story The Notebook is a touching story about two people and their eternal passion of true love which is beautifully portrayed by Nick Cassavetes in the film. Pathos is used in the film to draw members of the audience to the characters and influence them to feel passionate towards the characters. Cassavetes does this by making the movie more dramatic than the book. The director effectively uses pathos to add drama in The Notebook which makes the movie’s audience more emotionally connected to the story. The plot is evidently more climatic as the main events are exaggerated in the film. The feel of the overall screenplay is distinctive than the novel. The characters also play
It does not take much persuasion on Nicholas' part to talk Alison into having an affair with her. The idea of tricking her husband is a game for her. With impish delight she conspires with Nicholas the outlandish plot of convincing her husband that a great flood is coming. With her husband safety ensconced in a bathtub hanging from the roof, Alison plays with Nicholas. And it is play for then we have the "kissing" scene with Absalom. Alison is having fun with the whole situation, it is just a great time for her.
this pair of lovers are meant to be together and it is written in the
The ‘love’ in their situation could also be said not to be love at all
Most romantic comedy movies fulfil the viewers’ expectations of the perfect love story whilst incorporating comedic elements. Typically there is always a pretty girl who falls deeply in love with a male character, often less popular and less attractive, who makes multiple comedic attempts in winning her heart until eventually they both fall madly in love and live happily ever after, in this case a genre movie is expressed as “those commercial feature films which through repetition and variation, tell familiar stories with familiar characters in
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has transformed over the many of years as an organization and a brand, into a multibillion-dollar business that draws thousands and thousands of fans to each and every game. Many contributing factors have made the NBA what it is today, but the main cause of this gain in interest is the ultimate rivalry between two remarkable players, Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Larry “the Legend” Bird. The battling rivalry amongst these individuals is comparable to the feud of Coca Cola and Pepsi, or, Star Wars and Star Trek. During the era of modern television, and the still and ever present racial bigotry, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird helped redefine the game of basketball and popularity of the NBA with their
Many romantic films do not have fairy tale stories or happy endings, although love serves as a shield against the harshness of the real world. Romantic films often elaborate the main theme of love at first sight. Romanticism refers back to the romantic characters of the Middle Ages and also modern films. Romantic love on film is a universal human experience that produces intensely powerful, strong feelings. Romantic Literature has had a strong influence on modern day films through pathos, folklore, and love.
Gassner notes in Best American Plays "Their most violent attacks are not without a loving component and each provides the other with the opportunity for expressing these ambivalent feelings"(148)."Their relationship is an incredible inferno of sado-masochism" (148). After Martha commits adultery, George jealously attempts to choke her to death. Their relationship is demonstrated in the series of insults in which they enjoy the negations of love.