Review Of Malcolm Gladwell's 'Legally Blonde'

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In the story Malcolm Gladwell introduces his introduction with David and Goliath. These two main characters in the story give readers an example on what happens daily in peoples life. In the story David is known as young shepherd boy who is described as this underdog. When the word underdog comes to mind i immediately think of someone who is weak and has no status in society. When Malcolm wrote this book he made us think that when David was going to fight Goliath who six foot nine wearing a bronze helmet and full body armor who carried a javelin, a spear, and a sword was going to win David. A lesson that was learned from the author is that you should never underestimate someone who you think looks weak. Comparing the story to one of my favorite movies Legally Blonde, Elle Woods is known as the blonde white girl from Los Angeles. When Elle decides to attend Harvard University people thought of her as a joke. Her roommates and parents didn’t see Elle taking the path to one of the most prestiges law school in the world. The viewers of the movie think of Elle Woods as an…show more content…
Instead of being an underdog prove to yourself that you can be so much more then that. In the movie Elle only attended Harvard University to win back her ex-boyfriend but when she realized that Warner only dumped her because she wasn’t fit to be his future wife only because she wasn’t smart enough so, Elle set her mind to prove that she is just as smart as him and Vivian. Someone like Elle Woods who proved that she didn’t need her ex boyfriend to be successful made everyone swallow every word they said about her because she graduated top in her in class and was offered to work in one of the most prestige law firm in Boston. On the other hand people thought Vivian and Warner were suppose to be the one who were going to become successful and graduate top of there class instead of Elle because in the movie everyone saw them as top in there class.

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