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Toruno 1 Justin Toruno Professor Hoffman HUM 3321-17 Due Date: 13 July 2007 Wd. Count - 980 Comparison: The Awful Truth and The Break-Up When trying to pick to movies to compare and contrast, I found it a little difficult at first, but then it hit me. Write about the type of movies that I love, and that’s comedies. After watching, The Awful Truth , I was left very pleased and satisfied. At first glance, I thought I was in for an hour and half nap, but like the old saying goes, you can’t judge a book by its cover. When I had to pick a movie to compare and contrast The Awful Truth to, the first movie that came to mind was the, The Break-Up . Both of these movies share a lot of the same aspects when it comes to the plot of each movie. These movies are both dealing with couples that love each other and then go through a separation. I pretty much told you both of these movies in a nutshell, but I plan on going more in depth on how and why these movies are similar, and different. Both of these movies follow the ideological state apparatus in the sense that society’s way of doing things is that it’s human nature to be attracted to the opposite sex and form relationships with each other. A lot of the time, these relationships will go through hardships and sometimes result in a separation that is wanted at first by both parties until another factor comes into play, a new significant other.
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