Pretty in Pink

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  • Humor In The Breakfast Club

    “I don’t think of kids as a lower form of the human species.”-John Hughes. The films of the late John Hughes culminated the influence of a generation in comedy, while marking an advent of cinematic ingenuity during the 1980’s. Selling jokes and working in the offices of National Lampoon Magazine, Hughes arrived on-screen in his early 30’s. Ushering in a series of teen hits such as, Sixteen Candles (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), and Pretty in Pink (1986), Hughes established himself as a storyteller by attracting an array of audiences. In exploring the limitations of comedic cinema, he created a masterpiece with The Breakfast Club; a simple, yet powerful film that projected humor through teenage drama in a…

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  • Pretty In Pink Social Class Analysis

    Have you ever been at a party or a dance and felt underdressed? Speaking from personal experience this is a horrible feeling, you felt insecure and like everyone is judging you. You can feel similarly when you venture outside of your social class. Many people feel uncomfortable when socializing with an upper class when they themselves are of a lower one. On the other hand others may not care about social class and choose to view the world without social standards. Andie, of the movie Pretty in…

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  • Analysis Of Tally's Pretties And Specials

    Swami Vivekananda said “Every change is being forced upon us.” In Tally’s world no words could be more true. Pretties and Specials are the second and third books in the Uglies series. Within the trilogy the story follows Tally, a young girl who finds out what is truly happening in her society. In Tally’s futuristic city people undergo an operation on their sixteenth birthday to become a “Pretty” the operation alters their looks and their brains. During the operation a lesion is put in everyone’s…

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  • Wal-Mart Wander Case Study

    trucks and putting them on the shelves. I didn’t see any women working back there when I was observing. I’m guessing they have the men in charge of unloading boxes and putting them on shelves because of the back baring labor and that’s a man’s job to be doing all the heavy lifting. I have to say though, there are some pretty strong women out there that could just as easily get the job done. I’m guessing they put the women…

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  • Examples Of Betrayal In The Uglies

    Have you ever been betrayed? Have you ever loved? Have you ever betrayed anyone else? Everyone go through their lives meeting new people everyday. Sometimes we end up getting to know eachothers very well and others not so much. But for the ones people end up loving, they might lose. When they lose someone, it might feel as betray. This part of a theme shown through the Uglies series. The Uglies series is about a girl, Tally, trying to find herself and become pretty while other’s influence her…

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  • Bohemian Mix: Young Influential, Young Digerati

    Influential, Young Digerati. From the research of the last project, we decided to design a lipstick for the woman in the groups. Because of women need to make up every day and, of course, lipstick is most important one for the whole face, even though you don 't put other stuff, such as eyeliner, on the face but the lipstick only, it will help you look good though. Bohemian mix • Color: CorailGondola • Material (lipstick): pure natural material with moister in it • Outer package: black color…

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  • Analysis Of Bonheur De Vivre

    traits or Bonheur de Vivre submits to the male gaze. A male viewer could view this painting as a garden for which he must conquer, becoming the sole masculine figure. These flat swatches of color and curved lines convey an invitation for a viewer to give them context. By not showing much action aside from the central circle of dancers, the sense of stillness present in the painting gives space for the viewers to ruminate over the intent of the work. The separate pairings and groups of figures…

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  • Bird In The Hand Analysis

    ending. There were not many props used in the play. The main prop that was on the stage was four white wooden chairs, which the characters would manipulate the prop as a car, a cage, and a lemonade stand. Towards the back of the stage, the exotic birds would group themselves at a corner and an old lonely parrot in its own cage. The main characters’ costumes were casual outfits that young teenagers wear. However, the costumes for the exotic birds had their own design based on their personality by…

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  • Gendered Toys: A Case Study

    social perceptions and the way that at an early age we teach kids that some things are appropriate for girls and some are appropriate for boys. For example, as soon as baby are born, we tend to dress them in color-coded clothing. Baby boys are dressed in blue because people believe that this is a color for boys, and baby girls are dressed in pink because people believe that this is a girl color. Actually, in “How gender-specific toys can negatively impact a child’s development,” Alice Robb…

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  • Summary: The Diffusion Of Consumer Culture

    impacted how I portray my own thoughts of culture within society. Not only do countries like the US and Japan impact how female characteristics should be, but the image that many idols such as singers, actresses and celebrities portray what women should be. In particular, the word ‘cute’ appeals to products whenever I purchase items. When I purchase products I tend to look at the colour and associate that the products is marketed towards females, which I believe is true. For products like…

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