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Father Of The Bride Essay

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Father of the Bride
     The film¡¦s name is Father of the Bride. It involves George Banks (Steven Martin), and Annie Banks (Kimberly Williams). The time period is in 1991. The technique of the filmmaker is very good, it tells the middle age people¡¦s thoughts and feelings.
     The actors are believable in their roles. Steven Martin who acts as George Banks is outstanding in his role, he acts very well, so the audience knows his feelings, and feels sorry for him. The stars are not the main reason for me to see the film, but the title is.
     The director is trying to communicate the love from a father to his daughter. It shows the natural love of human being, so the filmmaking works very well. The film flows well and smoothly, so the audience can follow it easily. The pace is appropriate. The director elicits from the audience the intended reaction, the audience feels sorry for George.
     The theme is the father¡¦s love to his daughter. The father does all the things for his daughter; he just wants his daughter to be happy. He spends a lot of money in his daughter¡¦s wedding party. The theme is considered to be accurate, because the story is a truth that can happen in real life. The theme does not relate to any social issues.
     The story talks about George Banks who is middle aged, and has a daughter Annie Banks, who is twenty-two. Annie Banks decides to marry a boy who is twenty-six. However, George thinks his daughter is too young to marry, and also he doesn¡¦t want Annie to leave him...

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