In the respect of utilitarian, act utilitarianism applies in this movie. Act utilitarianism states that “everyone should perform an act which will bring about the greatest amount of good over bad for everyone affected by the act” (Thiroux and Krasemann 39). Thus, an act utilitarian would agree with the action of the main character, Nick, who purposely joins the juror team to sway the jury into delivering the verdict he wanted because he was certain that it would bring about the greatest amount of good. In this case, only gun manufacturers would benefit if the defendant side won the case and the consequence would be that firearm sale would not change or the worst case scenario, more firearms would be sold in the market, which is extremely dangerous
There are plenty of examples of this from the movie. The first example would be once again, the older generation. In the beginning of the movie, everything was fine. All the generations were getting along and had no problems. When David and Jennifer enter the world, everything changes.
According to an article Molly Edmonds, (N,d) you are with people for everything in your whole life cycle. Friendship is something that will give you a good time or bad time. All friends are someone you can easily talk to about your or their issues in life, For example, family problems or ask for help with school work like everyone needs help with something. A true friendship needs honestly, trust who will always stand with you in your bad or good times no matter what. You can easily become friends with anyone in one step of life is called communication with any type of age or a gender.
It doesn’t matter who you’re friends with, it matters that you have a friend to help you when needed and don’t try to be isolated; go out and have fun. From these themes you can learn it is always good to have a friend when you are in a struggle, and to go out and have fun. Everybody should take these lessons and use them throughout your life. To illustrate, life starts off as a run-down building. With friends, lessons, happiness, and love acting as building bricks, that run-down building becomes a pure gold mansion.
This is due to the films overwhelming amount of comedy content, the very talented actors that perform in it, and the very meaningful messages that the movie portrays. Everyone should see this movie no matter what. I would recommend this film to anyone, young or old, this is because the comedy and the jokes are funny for all ages. I give this film a thumbs up and a rating of 9 out of 10. Elf is a timeless movie that I believe will be a classic for many generations to
Their free sprits probably inspired a lot of older men and women that their lives are still there's to control. In all embracing I would say that happiness is the goal because it seems what everyone else is trying to achieve and after living most of their lives submitting to society, who would deserve this excitement and thrill more than our elderly. They should be allowed to live the rest of their lives as they see fit. Weather it's dying in the familiar and comfortable surroundings of their homes or staying up late partying and indulging in junk food. The argument would be easily in favor of our senior citizens mainly because everyone loves seeing other people have as long as it doesn't hurt anyone
The characterizations in Full House were most definitely positive. Full House as a whole was a family-friendly show that emphasized moral-of-the-story moments. It was wholesome entertainment at its best. Even though some of the adolescents experimented with risky behavior throughout the years, a stable trustworthy authority figure always would come to their rescue guiding them back to the right path. It seemed as though however close someone got to making a bad decision, the slate would always be wiped clean in the end which was very reassuring.
On this journey, Huck and Jim became the best of friends because they had a common goal which was achieving freedom. In the novel Jim even tells Huck that he is “de bes’ fren’ Jim’s ever had; en you’s de only fren’ ole Jim’s got now” (Twain 94). Even though Jim sees this as a term of endearment it only makes Huck’s choice harder for him. In the end, friendship prevailed over societal norms and Huck did not betray Jim by telling anyone that he was a runaway
Throughout the book, Atticus shows respect to everyone. Scout mentions how she’s noticed his respectful manner in the courts and at home. He treats Mayella with respect at the trial, even though she’s the opposing witness. Atticus also shows great respect for Calpurnia across the entire book. After Scout says Calpurnia likes Jem better than her, on page nineteen, Atticus says they wouldn’t last a single day without her.
CONNECT TO THE AUDIENCE and ESTABLISH YOUR CREDIBILITY: Open your hands, palms up. This is going to be your best party trick-palm reading. Trust me, because I am introvert. I tried this many times and it worked as it gave me something to talk to others. No matter who you are, where do you come from, what gender you are.