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the Godfather


A film by Francis Ford Coppola, released in 1972, still has relevance in today’s society and student life. Originally an award winning novel, the Godfather touches on the responsibilities within a family and the pressures of a son to meet his father’s expectations. The main correlation made to the life of a teenager and their school experience is the prioritization of obligations. Vito Corleone, the leader of the Corleone crime family, has sons Sonny and Michael who are next to run the family, and when Vito falls ill and Sonny can no longer step up, Michael must choose between his inherited responsibility and his new wife and child.

Blade Runner


In the sequel to the blockbuster Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049, A sci-fi futuristic movie explores the possibilities of what’s to come for humanity and delves deep into human non-human rights and addresses issues that mirror many in our own society. Ryan Gosling’s character, K or Joe, battles with self worth and attachment like many students, getting tested daily by environmental factors and people.

Pretty Woman



Julia Roberts’ character, Vivian Ward, struggling with body image and her life as a whole became a symbol of women empowerment in the 90s after the release of Garry Marshal’s Pretty Woman. Her important message and struggles remain relevant with the female population of Paso High. Though many of her influences were subtle throughout the movie, and the movie is a romantic comedy, it still sparks important arguments in the discussion 

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