Character Analysis Of John Hughes's 'Sixteen Candles'

793 Words4 Pages
PROTAGONIST - A protagonist s the main charcarcter that we can relate to, well that relatable character for gals is Samanthat Baker in Sixteen Candles, directed by John Hughes. At some point of our female lives, we will (at some point) crush on someone who 's probably way out of our league, and probably will do nothing about it. I say that it 's us girls who can relate to this movie because the protagonist is a girl, it doesn 't mean that guys won 't crush on people who are way out of their leagues as well, because they at, some point of their lives, probably do too.

Samantha Baker is an awkward, moody teenager, who has a love/hate relationship with her family and is in love with a boy who seems completely unattainable and out of her league. This realistic portrayal of adolescence sets the film apart from many others in its genre because Samantha is nothing like the one-dimensional teen characters found in many movies.

ANTAGONIST - An antagonist who does an amazing job as the "evil villian" is Jesse Eisenberg, as Lex Luthor in Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice, directed by Zack Snyder.

Lex Luthor has been Superman 's archenemy for most of Superman 's existence. He has also been envisioned as Superman 's dual opposite; morally depraved and relying on intellect over strength.

STATIC - A character I find pretty static throught the whole movie is Neo from The Matrix, played by Keanu Reeves, directed by Lilly Wachowski and Lana Wachowski. I saw the movie pretty

More about Character Analysis Of John Hughes's 'Sixteen Candles'

Open Document