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    After nine years of togetherness Tobey Maguire and Jennifer Meyer decided to part ways. The duo has two children, daughter Ruby 9, and son Otis 7. “After much soul searching and consideration we have made the decision to separate as a couple. As devoted parents, our first priority remains raising our children together with enduring love, respect and friendship.” The couple confirmed in a joint statement exclusively to PEOPLE. The 'Spiderman' (trilogy) hero met his jewelry designer wife in…

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    The story starts with Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) in a psychiatric hospital. After being unable to express his emotions and words correctly, his doctor suggests that he writes the occurrences that happened. The story tells how Nick moved to New York to work as a bond salesman. He then rents a…

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    Daisys as described in the book, and the tone of her voice is perfectly fitting for the description of Daisy having "a voice like money", which was very dramatic and assertive, yet soft and seductive Tobey Maguire did an amazing job bringing the character of Nick Buchanan to life on film. Tobey, like DiCaprio, does a outstanding job with making the character of Nick come to life, making him more human and relatable. Maguire’s acting gives Nick a feeling of sadness and mystery as described in…

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    Carraway's character of showing his morality. Throughout the film Luhrmann shows Nick is the most moral character with Nick being confused from when Tom took him to the Valley of Ashes to meet his affair and to Daisy and Gatsby love in secret. Tobey Maguire portrays the role of Nick very well with showing confusing when needed as well as show…

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    Abortion Book Vs Movie

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    Books and movies are used for entertainment. The book allows for creativity, people can create their own images of the characters, while the movie sets everything up for you. The general differences between them include character development and the time period. Books can explain everything in detail because there is no time limit, but for movies, they must fit almost everything in 1 hour and 30 mins to 2 hours. So, the book introduced more characters and developed them at a slower pace, while…

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    The Real ‘Wolf of Wall Street’?, produced by Vice, is a short documentary that efficiently captures life of Dana Giacchetto. This documentary is aimed at anyone mature enough to understand themes of drugs, sex, and a life of excess, but it also helps to have seen The Wolf of Wallstreet movie. The Real ‘Wolf of Wall Street’? presents the true inspiration for Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in The Wolf of Wall Street. Dana Giacchetto is everything you would expect from a “Wolf of Wall Street”.…

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    Jay Gatsby Downfall

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    Jay Gatsby was its author, the American Francis Scott Fitzgerald, radiant, beautiful and very fragile prince, a Twilight Age of Jazz, announced the collapse because its excess power. Fitzgerald was the chronicler of the 20s, but also their fallen angel, with full awareness of the character who attends his own collapse and you can tell. But first, long before Charles Scribner rejected his first novel, with its working title The romantic egomaniac, he had been the handsome young Lieutenant Jay…

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    should be appreciated even after many of us have left, would have to be Spider-Man, The Hulk (2003), and Selena. Why Spider-Man? You may be asking yourself for the first pick, well since this movie is all time favorite movie because I enjoyed how Tobey Maguire captured the essence of Spider-Man. I enjoy the story plot. The actors for each character couldn't have been any perfect. The fact which everyone can relate to Peter Parker, well maybe not the part that he gets bit by a radioactive spider…

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    “Will you still love me When I'm no longer young and beautiful?” The characters in the film that portrayed the characters in the novel were Leonardo DiCaprio interpreting Gatsby, Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan, and Nick Caraway interpreted by Tobey Maguire. The artists played well the part of these three main characters of the novel. They brought out the best or worst of them that helped tie the film together. Daisy represented a young beautiful women of an elite social class cousin with…

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    Roles In Pleasantville

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    are many cases of social structure throughout the film PleasantVille. The film overlays a jarring number of examples of social constructs through very blatantly rudimentary means. Status was a distinctive theme in the film Pleasantville. David (Tobey Maguire) and his sister Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon) have very distinct social statuses at the beginning of the movie. David is known to be very awkward and the nerd while Jennifer is known to be very promiscuous and popular. Although, throughout…

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