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Sociology Movie Review

What Love Got to Do with It? A Brief History of Marriage
The idea of getting married in the mind of the daughter is the same in both movies; however, in the earlier movie the daughter wants her father to be able to reconcile with her fiancé whereas in the newer remake of the movie, the father is convinced that he will not be able to do so and thus formulates plans in order to wreck the wedding somehow. 
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Movie Review
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Love, Marriage, and Break-Ups Relating to Two Movies - When Harry Met Sally and Divorce His, Divorce Hers
The dinner scene is quite interesting as Harry dominates most of the conversation as she explains how men do not realize when a woman is faking an orgasm. The story gives the differences between women and men and their effect on relationships. The differences also affect commitment and sex as portrayed by the break up when the two had sex. 
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Movie Review
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Sociological perspective movie review: Fresh (1994)
In the movie, we see the illustration of conflict theory as a ground for racial inequality. Non-whites living in the depicted neighborhood are placed in bad life conditions by the social system existing in the country. It is clear that the balance of power between white and non-white citizens is unequal, for racial minorities are isolated in separate areas of the cities, with discrimination beginning as early as at schools: the movie shows the school with predominantly black students. According
Pages: 3 (750 words), Movie Review
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