What Is The Moral Of The Movie Project X

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This movie with characters named Costa who is recorded by Dax while they are both on their way to their friend Thomas 's house. Costa is speaking to Dax and suddenly Thomas 's mother appears in the kitchen questions what he is speaking about. Costa quickly then walks away and goes upstairs when he hears Thomas showering. Costa speaks upon Thomas 's birthday which that night and says they must create it to be so awesome so that they can make girls more attracted to them. Costa then compromises that he would be responsible for the event and make they look good. Thomas is still unsure about whether it will be too let it be large or small.
Thomas 's mother and father are leaving on vacation that weekend for their anniversary. His parents then
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We are educated not to be deceitful, but all of the character in this movie do repetitively. For example, Costa was deceitful to Thomas when he states that he was only going to invite a few friends over to help Thomas look more popular. Costa also was deceiving when he stated he was going to fix all the problems that occurred in the house. Rather than inviting less people than Thomas had asked, he acted extremely selfish and though he could invite however many people he want for his own good. It can also be show when Thomas lies to his parents saying that everyone was ok, when his house was a horrific mess. Furthermore, the ethical theory that told to be truthful to one another is absent in the show Project X. The ethical theory that shows Catholics how to have self-respect and admire the life of an human being is absent throughout this movie. Throughout the movie the guys do not realize that enough is enough and continue to throw the party. Many of the people stole the parents belongings and they also stole the garden gnome without permission. Thomas shows to his parents that does not respect them, because he should have listened to their rules. His parents although they called him a nerd, only want the best for him. The other individuals in the party should have cared also about the house and not trash it. They showed that they had no respect to the family or how bad they trashed the area. As for the abuse of alcohol and drugs, we should one our conscience and pray to God to ask us not to harm ourselves with those toxins. God created us to go out and follow his plan, not so that we can destroy ourselves. He created us in the image and likeness of him, so we should follow his ways and not hurt him and in fact show how he works through us

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