audience to feel the emotion that he, as the director, has put into the film. Michael Moore puts his life work into this movie because this, for him, was not just a new movie subject, this affected his family directly. His father lost his job at an assembly line after thirty-seven loyal years of service because the company thought they could make more money cutting the workers. He has spent countless hours and years on the film because he was able to see that the economy was self destructing with greed
Eric Dickerson was once the most sought after player coming out of high school in the late 1970’s. Along with Craig James another blue chip recruit they came together at SMU in 1979. How two of the best recruits in the nation came together is just the beginning of “Pony Excess”. SMU was hailed as the best team that money could buy. The film covers the late seventies and early 80’s which was all about the cheating and probation and culminates in 2012 when SMU finally made it back to a bowl game.
characterize the rest of the financial world at the time, and Wall Street is the movie that exemplifies the such attitudes of the 1980’s from Oliver Stones accurate point of view. Boesky and Milken had a great system. They would befriend executives in “blue chip” companies or merger and acquisition lawyers , hoping they would be given information regarding takeovers and mergers of companies before the common public. When Boesky and Milken received such information, they would strategically buy a massive
The Corruption of Media I came up with a problem that concerns many parents. It seems as though violence plays a role in the lives of many people. Even innocent children are affected by the negative things that go on in the huge world we live in. Television violence is often overlooked because of its ability to retain children’s attention. Countless mothers and fathers put their children in front of the television so they can have time to themselves. As a result, the kids are subjected to unnecessary