such as films portray as the protagonist an alpha male figure. This person is depicted as being a true, courageous leader who is determined and persistent. Several personality traits of this stereotype are demonstrated by the character David Greene (Brendon Fraser) in the film School Ties (1992) directed by Robert Mandel. David appears to be the ultimate alpha male due to his fearlessness, respect for others and courageous attitude. The director uses numerous narrative, symbolic and technical elements
Day. Viewers were satisfied in terms of straightforward entertainment with an intelligible plot, blasting airfighters and don’t forget that gigantic alien spaceship which blows up The White House, but what got a hold on our minds were the central characters, even cliché at best, still managed to impress in their own dramatic moments. Since then, Independence Day is mentioned as a lot of people’s guilty pleasure, while leaving us enough chance for a sequel someday.
Essay 21: “The Dog, The Family: A Household Tale” By: August Kleinzahler Classification: Descriptive Proof 1: “Grand was a boxer, purebred, but one of his ears was wrong; it didn’t set up properly. And his right eye dripped. He also had a skin condition, something like mange but untreatable” (Kleinzahler 162). Proof 2: “Father worked and read the paper. Children and child rearing, in his view, belonged to the realm of the female, and in my case the dog” (Kleinzahler 166). Explanation: Kleinzahler