Confronting The Cotton His Naked Mom Analysis

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“Confronting the Fabled Monster, Not to Mention His Naked Mom” contains and abundance of

spectacular detail, but the author’s predominant purpose was to criticize the film. Throughout the

article the author, Dargis, uses astounding figurative language, comical phrases, and humorous

tone.

She writes in a humorous tone, using such phrases as, “You could poke your eye out with one of

those things! Which is precisely what I thought when I first saw Ms. Jolie’s jutting breast too.”

Right when you think she’s pushing towards the movie Dargis she slips in a negative opinion.

Dargis is very clever on how she use her words, because her opinion seems like their given facts!

She continues to say “I don’t yet see the point of performance capture, partially given how ugly
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The author also shows comparison between the film and Seamus Heaney’s written

version of the story, and describes innumerable scenes in significant detail, but her purpose was

to criticize the film. Throughout, “Confronting the Fabled Monster, Not to Mention His Naked

Mom,” Dargis uses comical phrases to criticize the film. She does this in a phenomenal way and

it very through in her efforts. Sprinkled throughout the article you will find humorous insults of

the movie such as “this film version of “Beowulf” doesn’t offer much beyond 3’D Ooh’s and

Ah’s, sword clanging and a nicely conceived dragon, which probably explains why Mr.

Zemeckis and his collaborators have tried to sex it up with Ms. Jolie, among other comic cook

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