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    Jerry Maguire is a movie about a difficult time in a passionate sport agent’s life. Jerry Maguire, desires to be the best at what he does and later to find love. He ultimately achieves his goal through the help of Rod Tidwell and Dorothy Boyd. While the theme of the movie focuses on the trials and tribulations that a sport agent goes through there is also an underlying powerful relationship that adds to the movie’s actuality. Jerry Maguire integrates failure and success with his job and relationships with lovers and friends. The movie incorporates a rocky relationship, that will later lead to success, between Maguire and Tidwell through the use of mise-en-scene in the office following Maguire’s termination and the cinematography and editing…

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    Dion Arnold BMT 1 10/4/15 Jerry Maguire Jerry Maguire is a movie about a sports agent named Jerry Maguire who questions his purpose and what’s not right in his life his life He then composes all his thoughts into a mission statement of purpose for his organization. However his managers don't care for his statement so they fire him. In the wake of getting terminated he chooses to begin his own office to test his statement with the one and only customer he has cleared out. There are many lessons…

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    Who Is Jerry Maguire?

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    Have you ever seen the movie, “Jerry Maguire”? It is a movie about the experiences of a sports agent and the adventure he goes through after losing all of his clients. After watching this movie, I was convinced that this was the career path for me. In choosing any career, one must ask the question, “Is the effort that you are putting into your goals going to pay off the way you want it to in the long run?” For example, when considering being a sports agent, success depends on taking initiative…

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    Bryce Klanac BMT 1 10/5/15 Jerry Maguire Jerry Maguire is a movie about a sports agent, named Jerry Maguire, who one night questions his purpose and what’s wrong with his life. He then writes all of his thoughts into a mission statement for his company. However his bosses don’t like his mission statement so they fire him. After getting fired he decides to starts his own agency to test his mission statement with the only one client he has left. The lessons I can take away from Jerry Maguire in…

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    In the film Jerry Maguire, the relationship in the middle of Jerry and his football-playing customer creates along the lines of an update Jerry had kept in touch with his firm. He had recommended rolling out real improvements in the way the organization worked together, asking that they acknowledge less customers and give those customers better and more individual administration. At the point when Jerry winds up with his one customer, it is more unintentionally than outline he had planned to…

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    man that reached the pinnacle of success in his field. Furthermore, unlike various other in his cutthroat profession, Leigh cares about his players and their well-being. He donates to various charities, believing that giving back is non-negotiable. He is a man that introduced the conversation about concussions when others turned a blind eye. He has spoken at eulogies and Hall-of-Fame inductions, experiencing great highs and lows. Lastly, he is a man that has made mistakes. Haven't we all? He is…

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    There will be struggles and day where you might think this job sucks. One person this has happed to is Andrew Brandt, and he shares some of his personal experience and how he describes being a sport agent is like on espn.com “Many are attracted by the glamour of working with famous athletes (and the movie "Jerry Maguire"). And yes, it can be exhilarating. However, the life of an agent is an all-consuming emotional and physical roller coaster catering to the whims of clients in their 20s. There…

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    Coffey 10/5/15 BMT YR 1 Jerry Maguire Our movie begins with a man named Jerry Maguire. An incredibly successful sports agent. Many clients, fiancé, good pay, and a big beautiful office. Until one night, in a drunken haze he starts to question his purpose. Why is he here, whats the point, is there something better? He has a moral epiphany and writes all of his thoughts down into a small memo that he prints off and ships off to his coworkers the next day. The sudden manifestation of his…

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    Jennifer In Pleasantville

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    of “The Most Liberal Movie of All Time: Pleasantville”, argues that the film is directly linked to America in the 1950s. Gitell describes the 1950s, as “America is a sun-drenched suburban street, a traditional two-parent household, and church on Sunday. What they promise is a return to an America that is clean, safe, and…pleasant”. The film was produced in the early 2000s and there is no clear connection with the environment Gitell is describing and the current environment the teenagers are…

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    “Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin and “The Red Convertible” by Louise Erdrich are two very different stories with differing themes, settings, characters, and summaries, however much of the symbolism that is portrayed through the two can be connected. While “Sonny’s Blues” discusses the struggles between a heroin user, Sonny, and his brother, “The Red Convertible” is a story about the shaky relationship between brothers Lyman and Henry. The obvious connection that is made relates to both sets of…

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