Both were delighted to see each other, but their friends discouraged them both from being friends as each group thought the other ground isn’t as them. Both of them tried out for a part in their schools musical, and that bothers them both at first, but it brings their groups together and creates some sort of an alliance. My personal favorite portion of the movie was the beginning. The movie starts in an amazing way and does not give the audience the impression that Troy and Gabriella will meet again. And then they do!
A past where only they existed, and no one else, but the circumstances of the present affect them from doing so. Daisy is as fragile as a flower. Daisy Buchanan is known to be the beauty of Louisville, yet she is very weak and immature and doesn't think of the consequences of her actions. Daisy is a 19 year old young lady in the book, pressuring herself to get married. She believes it is the best thing for her, but does not think of how being marrying so young might affect her.
Of course not! In the end they are honest but everyone has their secrets. Hailey tells her parents that the concert she wants to go to is supervised. Her parents see right through that and stop her from going with her boyfriend Dylan. The son of Gloria, Mani likes a girl and denies the enjoyment of Trans fats just to impress her.
Tisdale had a leading role in a movie where she was popular, had a great singing voice and all the guys seemed to want her. Why would the youth today not want to look like her? All of these reasons are insufficient when it comes to reality. Unlike adults who undergo plastic surgery to turn back the clock, teens sometimes crave pl... ... middle of paper ... ...he perfect body are flaunted all around as if taunting others to look like them. What most do not realize is the fact they were not all born looking the way they do.
Besides, readers believe Romeo and Juliet only love by looks and are w... ... middle of paper ... ...d come into conclusion that the nurse is a more suitable mother than lady Capulet. When Lady Capulet goes to speak to Juliet about her marriage Lady Capulet excuses her rudely out of the room. Lady Capulet then comes to the conclusion that she has never spoke of this with her daughter and calls the nurse back in. Kausse simply makes bogus statements on “Romeo and Juliet” and just has stated his own opinions. The critic does not even give support on why he thinks the play is a “tragedy because two star crossed teenagers find one another, fall madly in love and despite their well-thought-out plans, are destroyed by their parents hate as well as other forces beyond their control.” After reading, “Romeo and Juliet, any meticulous reader can come to the conclusion that Romeo and Juliet can’t control their emotions.
Britney has been questioned about her racy image, one that is considered inappropriate for a teenage girl, but she ignores the concerns (Koeppel 491). Not even family members can prevent Britney from flaunting herself with revealing outfits. Her older brother told her she needs to put on more clothes, but she refuses. She says she enjoys feeling “sexy” sometimes (Tresniowski 100). Britney’s impact is everywhere and needs to be carefully monitored.
Movie critic Catherine Ranfold said "Finally, a really good teen flick!" She mentioned about all the gross gags used in the movie and still had some more praising to do. The critic noted how the film was "vulgar, raunchy, innocent, rude, funny and incredibly sweet- much like high school" (Ranfold). It reminded viewers of their high school days with the party goers and the so called nerds. She also found the portrayal of girls in the movie refreshing, because they were "more than objects of desire."
The narrator of this series is gossip girl which makes the movie different that others and more interesting. Gossip girl begins every episode of this show with the sentence "Gossip Girl is here, your one and only source into the scandalous... ... middle of paper ... ...to relate to the movies because the character in the movies are way much mature, wealthy and wear expensive stuff. In reality teenagers are not that mature and unless born from a really wealthy parent, it is hard to find high school kids following fashion like gossip Girl’s characters. Gossip Girl is the best show ever because it can be entertaining and educational all at once. The story out line and the characters are really interesting to watch and it also revolves around things that happen in teenagers live everyday like love, sex, rumor, drug, parting, drinking, dancing and cheating.
Even if MTV shows all the hardships, they’re still being supported in so many ways. The way we bring people into fame for really not doing anything has created a culture where it is exciting to be a pregnant teen and the fact of the matter is that most teens who are pregnant do not have the same experience that the girls on those shows have” (cite 1) MTV sends a positive message and makes teens believe that high risk behaviors as a teen are not only tolerable, but the gateway to fame. Some teens might even think that girls could get pregnant purposely just for the publicity and money. There are also other shows, for instance “Jersey Shore” and “Real World”. On these shows, you see attractive young men and women going to bars, partying till they can’t even walk, picking up strangers and taking them home and sleeping with them and all these behaviors are shown without co... ... middle of paper ... ...l Jessica Worley) Just like everything in life there is good and bad in everything it just depends on how people look at it.
As soon forgotten his condition, Benjamin would go to many parties he had been invited to. People would wonder about his marriage with Hildegarde. According to page 22 written by Scott Fitzgerald “Never a party of any kind in the city of Baltimore but he was there, dancing with the prettiest of the young married women, chatting with the most popular of the debutantes, and finding their company charming, while his wife, a dowager of evil omen, sat among the chaperons…”. Benjamin starts neglecting his wife and family but, started to care more only about himself. “There was only one fly in the delicious ointment-he hated to appear in public with his wife” (Fitzgerald 22).