Most Revolutionary TV Sitcoms
Will & Grace
Founded by David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, Will & Grace is a sitcom of America. The friendship amongst a straight interior designer – Grace Adler and a gay lawyer – Will Truman. The role of Grace is played by Debra Messing, and the role of Will Truman is played by Eric McCormack. In 1988 on 21st September, the show got broadcasted on NBC. It was based on 8 seasons. In 2017, it was heard that the series is coming back on the TV. Moreover, with gay principal characters, Will & Grace was one of the most successful television series of that time in comparison to other shows. This persuasive essay will critically reflect upon why Will & Grace was revolutionary in comparison to other shows during that time by using pathos, ethos, and logos. (more…)
Sample Film Review
On April 12, 1912, the most famous luxury liner called ‘The Titanic’, among other white star luxury liners, began its maiden voyage to New York from Southampton (Wallace, 2981). The ship was famous for its unsinkable structure as it contained 16 airtight compartments to prevent it from sinking. (more…)
All My Sons is another of Arthur Miller’s plays. It is based on the character of Joe Keller, who is a typical American. He is a successful middle-aged man, who has lived through the Depression.
The root-meaning of the world library is a room or a building containing a collection of books for reading purpose. The word Library derives from the Latin word liber, which means “book”. However, as there are now circulating or traveling libraries in many countries, the word has undergone a change in its meanings. By the word is now indicated a collection of books for reading and references. (more…)
Edmund Spenser was an English poet who lived for less than 50 years. He was best known for Faerie Queen, an epic poem and fantastical allegory celebrating the Tudor Dynasty and Elizabeth I. He is recognised as one of the premier craftsman of Modern English verse in its infancy. He is considered as one of the greatest poets in the English language. (more…)
The movies on Frankenstein have effectively projected Mary Shelly’s description of the creature as a distorted human form. The lack of proportionality of his limbs to the body, the lustrous nature of his hair, and the brilliant teeth stand out as contrasted to his sallow, shrivelled and thin skin, along with watery eyes and black lip.