Dr Bennet Omalu Analysis

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In this breathtaking film, a pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu who was played by Will Smith does an autopsy of a famous football player, Mike Webster. As he does the autopsy he finds a brain disorder called CTE. He is determined to let people know that whatever that happened to Mike Webster was about football. He wants people to learn all about the faults about playing football. All the blows to the head affect the brain in many ways that it can cause some mild brain damage. Dr. Bennet Omalu is motivated to know more about football and the blows to the head that the players get. During the film, Dr. Bennet Omalu tries everything to get people’s attention, but it only worsens to the point that people try to threaten him. He starts to give up and says how he shouldn’t have been the person to find out about the brain issue. Some other football players already start committing suicide just as the years go by. He gets a call talking about his work but only to know that it was a trap. He does…show more content…
I was really impressed with the way Will Smith, who played Dr. Bennet Omalu acted in the movie. He showed the determination of wanting to discover something and wanting other people to hear him out. He also did a very good in doing an accent from someone who wasn’t born in the United States. One of the characters who was played by Alec Baldwin as Dr. Julian Bailes did a good job in giving Dr. Bennet Omalu great advice about his work and him telling what he has discovered. The woman who played Prema Mutiso which was Gugu Mbatha-Raw did a good job towards the middle of the movie. I just didn’t like how from the beginning she just goes into Dr. Bennet Omalu’s life and doesn’t do much. I liked how she was starting to show some emotional support towards Dr. Bennet as they were starting to get to know one another. I believe that out of these characters the audience will like them, but Dr Bennet Omalu will be the one to have the most
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