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cultivation theory in mass media
Journalism & Communication
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Media Content Analysis One of my favorite hit movies that starred the famous comedian and actor Adam Sandler would be “Just Go With It”. In the heat of chick flicks and feel-good movies, this Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston pair up has really brought their avid fans to the movie houses and even earned them new ones.
Ever since, he feigns unhappy marriages to get women without having to deal with complications and heartbreaks. The only woman who knows the truth about his life and his schemes is his assistant (Jennifer Aniston), who is divorced and with two lovable kids. Their relationship as friends and workmates took a turn when Adam asked Jennifer to pretend to be his ex-wife, just to give way to Palmer’s request, the current girl he is dating, to meeting his family and kids. They even went as far as taking a trip to Hawaii as a family, including Palmer to prove that they are a happy family and that everything with Adam and his “ex-wife” Jennifer is over (Just Go with It, 2013, January 12). However, while they were playing these “make-up” roles, Adam and Jennifer’s real chemistry and feelings towards each other was ignited especially when both realize the many things they like about each other and how they can’t imagine being without each other. In the end, both decide to take a leap of faith and try to nurture what they have, realizing that they were both chasing the wrong things that was making them not completely happy in life (Just Go with It, 2013, January 12). ...
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