Critical Analysis of Blind Side Movie
Through his new family, Michael faced and fixed his complication with his grades like many children have in life and produced a GPA that made him eligible to play college football. His last complication made him experience himself as a stronger person after he gets in a fight with his old neighborhood friends. He realizes that there is a better world out there and that he wanted to be apart of it. Michaels refers to himself as the past is gone and now the world is a better place.
The Blind Side has inspiring morals that can relate oneself to young Michael Oher. When viewing this inspirational drama, the ending result leaves you with a motivation and self confidence to change your own life. The morals of the movie are based upon the cliché “Rags to Riches”. Michael was a young child who grew up in poverty. His change from poverty to wealth is what keeps the audience engaged. As you view the film, you receive a heart-felt feeling as he begins to change his life around and succeed. Overall, it gives the under privileged community hope that they can rise to success also. As Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times states “The Blind Side is an old-style story that is high on hope, low on cynicism and long on heart.” Michael fulfilled all his life long dreams after meeting the Tuohys. For many young people, if Michael can do it, then you can too. It all depends on what is inside your heart. An inspirational drama