Cody Kasch Essays

  • Personal Narrative: My Journey To Florida

    902 Words  | 4 Pages

    It all started with the fourteen hour drive there. Sleeping, listening to music, and blocking out the complaining of my brothers. “Mommm, Carissa’s foot is touching me!” This was all I heard the whole ride there. I continue to turn up my music as loud as it will go and force my eyes shut. I’m not very tired but I want to be well rested by the time we get to Florida. To help put myself in a better mood I think about all the memories I’m about to make this week. Florida is my favorite place ever so

  • Feminist Analysis Of Juno

    1265 Words  | 6 Pages

    The film Juno is directed by Jason Reitman. The film is about a teenager that becomes pregnant, and decides to give her baby up for adoption. The film touches the controversy of teenage pregnancy, but that is just the surface of the movie. Through implicit and explicit meaning we are able to dive deeper into the characters emotions. Through the social class and feminist analysis we can understand the statements the directors were hoping to show through the film. The actual setting and the camera

  • Should Single People Adopt A Kid Essay

    962 Words  | 4 Pages

    Galvez Gustavo Page 1 Why single people should adopt a kid Around the world there are lots of people that are single. Some of the single people really want to adopt a kid and start a family of their own. The single people that wanted to have a kid but couldn't have a kid either they couldn’t have a kid because they have problems. People that are single really wanted to have a kid but the might not be sure what kind of papers he or she need in order to adopt a kid. Mostly it's the females that want

  • Finding Nemo By Pixar: Film Analysis

    2072 Words  | 9 Pages

    “When life gets you down, you know what you gotta do? Just keep swimming.” This is a quote that I personally live by. Pixar’s fifth feature film, Finding Nemo was released in theatres on May 30, 2003 and is one of the highest-grossing animated films to ever be created. Ranking number 9 on the list from the year 1980-present, Finding Nemo is definitely a fan favourite. The film was inspired by the director and co-writer, Andrew Stanton’s overprotective nature. As a relatively new father during the