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Many movies are very controversial because what the actions or what the characters lines are understood as The movies Not Another Teen Movie and Scary Movie are two great examples of this statement Many actions are involved with irregular behavior of the normal practice of todays everyday life Even though these movies are both parodies they also differ from each other in the movies they represent in a humorous way The surface facts are very apparent but in this essay but there will be a deeper viewpoint that only a surgeon of great expertise can express with a little but a clear sense of what he or she is doing In this essay the movies will be compared and contrasted with three key points The irregular actions represented in both Not Another Teen Movie and Scary Movie are controversial This means the actions the movies take are argued over by two or more sides One side may say that it is degrading to any human nature while the other side takes a humorous account of the movies The actions fought over involve sexual acts and other acts including drugs and crime Both movies resemble each other closely but not precisely The differences are as plain as the nose on your face and cannot be missed if it was a stampede running through your living space These controversial acts will be argued over for as long as the movies stay in the minds of the viewers Not Another Teen Movie and Scary Movie are both parodies The word parody should be defined first to better understand it It is a literary or artistic work that imitates the nature of another These movies make a humorous account of many movies and show them the lighter side of the dramas they imitate To begin with Not Another Teen Movie it imitates as many movies stated in the next paragraph as the storyline can hold with as little confusion
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