The Movie ' Lilo & Stitch ' By Paul Haggis Essay

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Many Americans reach out to movies for entertainment nowadays. Movies are often made to convey a message or most people come up with their own interpretations of these films. Audiences who have seen the animated film Lilo & Stitch see the importance of family and to get a view of a family who has been lost then stitched back together. People who have watched Dead Poet’s Society learn why it is important to cease the day. These films address important emotional issues in our society. But even movies with a narrow focus can provide important points of view. For example, Avatar not only displays love and relationships, it focuses on the political issues of environment and how we need to respect it. Crash shows its viewers the hot topic of racism and how it is affecting the world we live in. This movie offers a glimpse inside each person to show them who they really are. In Crash, Paul Haggis offers valuable commentary on how stereotypes and racism affect relationships.
The tagline “Moving at the speed of life, we are bound to collide with each other,” completely describes Crash. Like another tagline, these character’s lives are thrown together unexpectedly; their lives are connected. Director and writer, Paul Haggis, shows the audience the lives of several very different people. “You think you know who you are. You have no idea,” is another deep tagline. This story shows a world without a social filter, where everyone says what they think. Crash has received high ratings from…

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