The Movie: Movie Analysis Of The Movie

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The movie has very interesting plot. As it revolves around a character Melvin who is a racist, obsessive-compulsive novelist and is very sarcastic. Living a life alone in his house. He is successful and best-selling novelist though he writes from his home and currently was writing his 62nd book. Every morning for breakfast he goes to a nearby restaurant. He avoids stepping on sidewalk cracks while walking through the city due to a superstition of bad luck, and eats breakfast at the same table in the same restaurant every day using disposable plastic utensils he brings with him due to his pathological fear of germs. Although he seemed to be very selfish and self-centered person who lives a life for himself but things changed in his life when his neighbor Simon got robbed and assaulted on a street due to which he was hospitalized and Melvin ended up with Simon’s dog Verdell. Melvin was familiar with Simon’s dog but reluctant to give him shelter at first but somehow Simon’s assistant managed to convince Melvin for keeping the verdell for few days. In the beginning he did not gel with the dog but he did feed him with whatever he felt was right like the beef and the dog also adjusted to the behavior of Melvin. With passing time Melvin and verdell became habitual of each other. He gave him bacons from his breakfast and the dog enjoyed his treats. When Simon came back from hospital, he came to see verdell whom he loved the most but verdell went toward Melvin. It shows how much the

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