Thus, Michael was taken care by many foster homes; but, he always ran away from those foster homes and back to his own house to take care of his mother. The family aid Michael get on the right track by shaping him to be a football star, guided him to a better education and treating him as if he was blood; He began to live like a Tuophy. This is a recurring theme because of how important this is. Michael was given food, a car after he got his license and a room with a bed which was a shock to him as he never had a bed before. The symbolism of Ole Miss and the projects directly relates back to scenes in the movie in which the theme is portrayed.
How many lives could be changed? Forces beyond Michael render his skills valuable. Oher is an under privileged African American teenager living on the streets of Memphis who is taken in and adopted by Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy, an affluent white couple. If Michael never went to to Wingate he would still be living on the street since Leigh Anne found him there walking home one night from that school in the cold and rain. Poverty in The United States, Crack addiction,. The movie The Blind Side illustrates this perfectly. Also, with the point of view being third person omniscient, being able to know the thoughts and feelings of all characters provides extra support to the theme because you can see all the decisions they have to make and their reasoning behind them. Leigh Anne soon takes charge however, as is her nature, ensuring that the young man has every opportunity to succeed.
The Movie was also based off the book The Blind Side: Evolution of a game. Creative individuals who bring fresh insights or approaches can trigger small-scale changes. Michael Oher's success in his new school, with his new, rich, white family, raises some inevitable questions. Author Michael Lewis begins a debate that is not new, but is now fueled by new and intriguing questions. Michael Oher nobly protected his younger adopted brother from being hurt by the car's air bag using his arm.
There are many kinds of how communication would like to be, it is mostly depends on the culture. As such, his past and future are essentially abused to make white audiences laugh at his incompetence and the hyper-competence of the young white child. In one scene towards the end of the movie after the Tuohys have been helping Micheal become a better stronger person he goes on to talk to the collegiate sport investigator. It is brought upon by the characters, setting, and presentation. According to the film, she has a dozen children, and whenever she is mentioned she is depicted as a drug abuser. Even though through further getting to know him we find out that he would never let anything happen to his new family let alone do anything, the only 98% he got in school was protectiveness on the aptitude test.
American football, Family, Grade 1438 Words 4 Pages development: This is the winning part in this movie. Michael is befriended by a boy named Sean Jr. After a late night Thanksgiving school play, Leigh Anne notices Michael walking on the road, shivering in the cold; when she learns he intends to spend the night huddled outside the school gym, she offers him a place. Slowly, Michael becomes a member of the Tuohy family, even as Leigh Anne's rich friends wonder what she is doing. This section contains 910 words approx.
The film could simply have been mawkish Hollywood sentimentalism with a bland, sanctifying script that draws characters in shades of black and white literally and eschews any complication or hard-hitting drama, but it also outdoes itself by marrying this Hollywood formula with a quintessentially white-savior perspective on the world. From all these themes characters and settings he made his way to the end of his journey and became a football legend that started with nothing and ended here. Academy Award for Best Actress, Leadership, Leigh Anne Tuohy 2267 Words 6 Pages Blind Side In the film, Michael Oher was born and raised in the projects of Memphis, Tennessee. Courage : There many instances of courage in the the blind side. In an ideal world, it is appropriate to say that as individuals we all wish to live life in peace.
Bearing the burden of being potentially schmaltzy, the film instead threads an almost impossible needle, pulling off a surprisingly moving and inspirational story of compassion, self-discovery and hope. Unfortunately, getting a whole nation to come to a consensus is nearly impossible. He also repeatedly questions what he is doing. When Michael begins to demonstrate his unique potential as one of the greatest left tackles the country's ever seen, college coaches around the nation also take sudden interest. At the age of three, he was sent to various foster homes because he dint know who is father was and his mother was an alcoholic and a sex worker who did not have sufficient money to take care of her sixteen children.
Instead the blame is put on black people who are perceived as incompetent and who do not understand the rules of the world, something the film explores through multiple avenues. The convergence of changes that took place over some twenty-five years paved the way for Michael Oher to become a highly coveted player: He embodied the skills and talents offensive coaches coveted. Word must have gotten around because after that no one asked. Audiences who have a passion for Football or just like happy endings may take more interest to those aspect that are prevalent to the plot as well as individuals looking for a movie that captures deep moral issues. The most distinctive theme I found in the poem is that society does not see good people by who they are on the inside, but by how well they conform to the norm. Comparing and Contrasting Themes in The Blind Side Rebirth in The Blind Side and The Great Gatsby Similarities: Differences: Individual Conscience in The Blind Side and Huck Finn - Both Michael and Gatsby are born into a lower class family and grow up poor - Both have an encounter with wealthy people that ransform their lives and provide them with greater opportunities - Michael has to work hard to succeed even though someone else provides him with the opportunity, and he uses the experience to improve himself not impress others - Gatsby's wealth is just given to him and the work he puts into making money is illegal, and it is all to impress others Similarities: Differences Other themes found in the movie: - Both Leigh Anne and Huck go on a journey to help another person that is in need even though it is not their responsability. On the football field and.
That outlook hits them right in the heart where some people leave the movie theaters with tears of joy in their eyes. Academy Award for Best Actress, Film, Leigh Anne Tuohy 1521 Words 4 Pages The Blind Side: Making All the Right Calls When asked to think of an inspirational drama in recent years, one movie comes to mind projecting lives of people that follow their dreams from a under privileged lifestyle to a well known role model. What does he want the viewer to see and take away from the film? As those small-scale changes are more widely adopted, the momentum may snowball into systemic changes. There are similarities and differences between his character in the book and in the movie. Michael Oher Quinton Aaron has never slept in a real bed a single night in his life. She is generous, and does not think about getting any reimbursement for her investment in Oher. The school board is not inclined to give Michael a scholarship; after all, the boy's grades are abysmal.