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  1. Awkward Language in Punch Drunk Love Reviews • One scene that was stuck out was the opening scene. • It was very hard to understand because it totally doesn’t make any kind of sense what so ever. But the more you watch the movie you can understand it. • The movie penetrates the viewer with the steps to normality. • Punch Drunk Love captures the common moral upstaged by blackmail and human suffering. .

  2. Punch Drunk Love will liberate you with no idea what will happen next. • In this particular film the special affects they include in it make the movie more interesting and it catches the attention of the people that are watching the movie. • By the sound of his voice it for sure that it was his first time. • It gives it a sense of humor by the way he acts towards things and the way he takes situations. • It is easily recognized that Barry is lonely because of the dialogue he uses.

  3. More Awkward language • The unusual actor plays the unusual character. • One out of five stars, it sucked the end. • The movie consists of one by the name Barry Egan which is played by Adam Sandler. • A really good scene from the film is when they’re driving back from the airport the ng Barry get into a car accident with him and they hurt his girlfriend. • If anyone finds this movie funny, that person has a sick mind

  4. Barry Egan is supposed to damaged in the mind and overpowered by his sisters… • Acting was done very well. There is a wide selection of premium acting in this film but all hats are off when it comes to the random chaos and peculiar mind of Sandler’s character. • The film accomplished what it set out to do, which was to tell an expressive love story.

  5. Something you expect something happen bit it didn’t turn out that way. It was very hard to understand because it totally doesn’t make any kind of sense what so ever. But the more you watch the movie you can understand it. I would say that the music choice is somewhat goes with the movie.

  6. When Lena comes along the camera becomes more sociable and begins to show Berry with more people as time passes. • Which he has another outburst in the bathroom and gets kicked out. • He sets up Berry as a man with little social skills, but when he decides to take the piano he begins to get the social skills though a girl.

  7. This film was shot by a great director/writer in Paul Thomas Anderson, thought-out the whole film the scenes are always changing and the cameras are always moving. • Its just not any king of music, its music that go with the theme, it goes along with what is happening in the movie and the music trough out the movie is different its not the same. • The scene that I chose to be a close analysis was the scene at the restaurant where he completely destroys the bathroom.

  8. The director did an excellent job on displaying love because he finds himself in love with her at the end. • He can also owns his own business which is very fast paced, and leads to Barry with anger problems and loneliness. • With a complete 360 degree difference of his previous hysterical idiotic roles he unleashes a well thought out developed but troubled middle aged man…