He wants to be a good son to his mother; he desires to be with the love of his life, Jenny, to have good friendships with his fellow soldier Bubba and Lieutenant Dan, and to be a responsible father to his son at the end of the movie. Once he is reunited with Jenny, Forrest discovers she has a young son, of whom Forrest is the father. That is what makes this movie such an endearing, popular film and why it will last for many more years as one of the most iconic pieces of work in American cinema. The different types of communication in the movie are open mindedness, self-disclosure, comforting messages, eyecontact, sympathetic responsiveness, egocentrism, relationship initiation,and emotional support through personal friendships. The lighting is natural, as Forrest sits on a bench at a bus stop. Gump was simple minded and lived his life by a set of values taught to him by his mother Sally Field. Then, in 2009, the magazine ranked the film number four on its 25 Best Conservative Movies of the Last 25 Years list.
After his college graduation, he enlists in the army and is sent to Vietnam, where he makes fast friends with a black man named Bubba, who convinces Forrest to go into the shrimping business with him when the war is over. Forrest joins the army for service in Vietnam, finding new friends called Dan and Bubba, he wins medals, creates a famous shrimp fishing fleet, inspires people to jog, starts a ping-pong craze, create the smiley, write bumper stickers and songs, donating to people and meeting the president several times. Burton implies the liberal-left could have prevented the conservatives from claiming rights to the film, had it chosen to vocalize elements of the film such as its criticism of military values. Forrest Gump has become some national icon in the movie portray him a special unique talent. He befriend a girl in school name jenny ,and she would hold a special place in his heart besides his mother.
People that he comes into contact with throughout his life are uncomfortable with the way he is and would rather interact with people who have a higher intelligence level and a more appropriate way of dealing with things. Forrest Gump is a fictional character who has characteristics that many people wish to develop. Lieutenant Dan believes in predetermined destiny, Jenny spends her entire life trying to take control of her destiny, and Forrest simply takes life one step at a time, believing that destiny is about the journey. As a little girl, Jenny prays to God asking him to make her a bird so that she can fly away from her circumstances. Forrest is often bullied because of his physical disability and marginal intelligence. According to Miller-Perrin, Perrin, Kocur Santrock, 2011 p 258 those adults are at a higher risk for violent behavior toward other adults-especially dating partners and marital partners- as well as substance abuse , anxiety and depression.
He grows up with his mother, who rents out rooms in the family house to people traveling through the area. Forrest Gump possesses the following qualities; being restless, awfully expressive, and a great achiever. With the help of special effects, Forrest was able to stand next to the schoolhouse door with George Wallace, teach Elvis a dance move, which soon became famous, visit the White House several times, go on the Dick Cavett show with the talented John Lennon, and address a Vietnam-era peace rally on the Mall in Washington. Forrest fell in love with Jenny and never stopped thinking about her even though she has taken many wrong turns in her life. That's not the laugh, just the setup.
Have you ever wondered why a person did something that he was not expected to do? Then, suddenly, for the last part of the film about 14 minutes we see things as they happen from then. Sam Anderson as Principal Hancock: Forrest's elementary school principal. The wedding is attended by Lt. It can be difficult to stay strong and keep progressing with the many misfortunes that can occur. Each character had something that reached viewers.
But in the end, she is faithful to her childhood friend, whose sincerity, kindness and loyalty she would find in no other person. Both center on the character of Forrest Gump. The particular effects in Forrest Gump are used unambiguously and widely throughout the film. At first, his determination is seen during the Vietnam War where he helps save a large proportion of his platoon. He then goes to the army to fight in Vietnam and becomes a war hero. He grows up with his mother, who rents out rooms in the family house to people traveling through the area.
The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Forrest is awarded the for his heroism. Lieutenant Dan Lieutenant Dan carries us through most of the second half of the film alongside Forrest. Jenny experiences the changes in American culture from a totally different perspective than Forrest, eventually joining the various protest movements and subcultures of the 1960s and 70s. While Forrest is in recovery for a gunshot wound to his buttocks received while saving his platoon-mates, he develops a talent for. Forest Gump was teased in school because of his mental capacity. Reunited with Jenny, she introduces him to his son, named Forrest Gump, Jr.
He was raised by his mother ,and his father left when he was little. Throughout filming, Williamson wore a lip attachment to create Bubba's protruding lip. Forest Gump talks about his life and the his. Also, the book was cynical and colder than the movie. Forrest later gave Bubba's mother Bubba's share of the business. The reason why each person is different from the other is through the variations in the level of the big five personality dimensions a person has. There was great usage of particular effects when Forrest throughout the film meets several presidents of America which some have been assassinated.
The love of his life, wonderfully played by Robin Wright Penn, chooses a different path; she becomes a drug-addled hippie, with disastrous results. Forrest's sweet, simple mind is what really captures the hearts of viewers. On a whim, Forrest elects to go for a run. When he has to come to terms with who he thought he was going to be he struggles with his identity then again when he has to live as an amputee and once more when he gets new legs. When Forrest first gets on the bus for the military he faces the same problems as an adult that he did as a child, nobody wanted to sit with him.
The manager of the movie Robert Zemeckis achieves these messages created by posting that feeling of isolation of society which Forrest receives but still directors to be a successful individual. Forrest Gump was a simple man who had an I. Despite his lack of sophistication, and the fact that he was raised far from any major cities, Forrest manages to become personally involved in most of the critical events that take place in American History from the late 1950s until the early 1980s. Santrock, 2011 p23 The negative possibility of not mastering those skills would be that children would feel incompetent and unproductive. Forest Gump talks about his life and the historic events that the nation endured. It preserved his calmness and tranquility through his trying childhood.