Exploration 1 Chase Dreksler

Does film teach that it is okay to be abused: physically, emotionally, and mentally? In each of these movies, someone is being torn apart completely by the relationship they are involved in. For example in The Vow, Leo is challenged mentally when his wife forgets who he is and he has to figure out how to make her fall in love with him again. Cute, but it leaves him drained and hurt.
Alcohol seems to be a large issue in college, should we raise or lower the drinking age? In Neighbors, alcohol and parties are nightly routines that college students follow. Typically those that are not allowed to have it, take advantage of the chance to get it.
Are films influencing unrealistic standards? Lets be honest, not every boy is going to be able to slay a dragon like Shrek and Donkey.
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