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    Million Dollar Baby is an inspirational film. Directed and filmed by Clint Eastwood in 2004, Million Dollar Baby is a motivational film featuring a young women living in the lower class who follows her passion for boxing. Part of the reason I believe it was a good film was since it was a comeback movie. It started with a thirty-one year old waitress named Maggie Fitzgerald who comes from a lower class family in which they do not all get along well. Maggie Fitzgerald has a passion to one day become a boxer. She frequently visits a gym owned by a man named Frankie Dunn. Frankie Dunn has trained and worked with several boxers that have been successful in their fighting career. Frankie is an older man that has owned the gym for a long time with his only friend Eddie Dupris who also goes by the nickname scrap-iron. Eddie Dupris use to be an boxer but now is the janitor of the gym.…

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    Million Dollar Baby review One might think of the movie “Million Dollar Baby” as a typical cliche boxing movie at first if you’ve never seen it before. However this is much more than your typical “Rocky” movie. “Million Dollar Baby” is more than just being about a fighter, but is about being a warrior. It strikes deeply at the value of life and self-worth of oneself, and loved ones. It’s no surprise that “Million Dollar Baby” received such outstanding positive reviews as along with the Academy…

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    A good movie not only entertains someone, but it makes them think about the film and how it relates to life. An amazing movie makes viewers think about the film long after watching it and has an impact on the their life. Million Dollar Baby is a spectacular example of all these factors. Million Dollar Baby is a drama film directed by Clint Eastwood and it stars Hilary Swank as Maggie Fitzgerald, a poor boxer who is determined to become the very best that she can be. Million Dollar Baby is a…

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    The movie Million Dollar Baby (2004) directed by Clint Eastwood is famous athletic drama film, which female boxer, Margaret Fitzgerald (Maggie), endures an underdog moment. The term underdog means that a weaker person in society has a slighter chance of beating the stronger and larger competitor. Although, Maggie didn’t entirely win the championship match, she still fought for her dream. In the beginning, Maggie attends a regular boxing match and decides she wants to be trained by Frankie…

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    The film I watched in my Kin 385 class was a movie called Million Dollar Baby by Clint Eastwood. This movie showcased the effort of women trying to get into the sport scene and trying to make a new era of opportunities for women. For one thing, I saw this movie in a very understanding standpoint since I believe women are close to or are as good as some male athletes. For one thing I thought the stereotype the male lead Frankie Dunn, played by Clint Eastwood himself, had was understandable toward…

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    Gender stereotypes are an ongoing conflict in modern society today and both women and men attempt to escape the generalizations that surround their everyday lives. Unfortunately, media does not help people escape these gender stereotypes. That is why it is so important to recognize when something in the media attempts to break these stereotypes. A great example of this is the movie Million Dollar Baby that was directed by Clint Eastwood in 2004 and starred Hilary Swank. Million Dollar Baby…

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    When we think of loneliness we picture someone all alone with no communication with the world, but loneliness is something people can feel even when surrounded by people and friends. In Million Dollar Baby Loneliness is prominent in the film through the main characters who are Maggie Fitzgerald, Frankie Dunn and scrap. All these characters suffer from loneliness in all different ways even though they are surrounded by people the majority of their time. Family is something we all need to make us…

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    Million Dollar Baby is a film of loss, perseverance, and love. Through the heartbreak, and trials of life the film depicts characters having heart. The characters show heart in the film by rendering motivation, kindness and love. Scrap, Maggie, Frankie, and Danger all different characters have different backgrounds and differences in their life. However, they all show in various ways what it means to have heart and live life. The tall old black man who wears worn down clothes is tough and has…

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    In the movie, Million Dollar Baby, Maggie a female boxer finds herself without a coach, but works out day after day in the gym to prove herself. This movie shows how females are capable of doing anything males can do. In todays world the female rose has changed dramatically, especially in areas such as sports. Modern society has an altered view on female athletes, some misconceptions including the controversy between female and male roles, females having masculine qualities that are not ideal…

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    While indulging in a binge watching weekend I spotted one of my all-time favorite films. Recently placed on Amazon prime Trouble with the Curve starring Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams. There are so many reasons why I love this movie. First and foremost it is the romance aspect, being that I am truly a romantic at heart, I can never pass up a romantic comedy. The second reason is that it’s a movie about baseball. I love a good baseball game and how could I pass up a baseball movie with some good…

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