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If you havent seen Magnolia yet I truly ask you to stop reading now and rent the movie Then read this paper and form an opinion on it I really dont want to ruin the experience for you Isnt it odd how things happen How people affect one another in ways that cant be seen until you take a step back How so called coincidences arent really coincidences but things that were meant to happen because there was no other route to take This is what the movie Magnolia is based upon The people that we meet and greet everyday affect us monumentally in the long run It tells the story of eight people and how their lives are affected by each others actions The major characters in the movie are Earl the dieing TV producer Frank TJ Mackey the chauvinistic televangelist Donnie the former quiz kid Jimmy Gaiter the quiz show host Jimmys daughter Teresa Jim the LA cop and Stanley the next quiz kid I will give a brief but incomplete breakdown the story from each characters track in life I will write of Earl because without Earl the story wouldnt be possible Earl is a dying man with an odd vocabulary All that is known of him is that he had once been a television producer and produced a very successful quiz show for kids in the sixties which is still in production today Next comes the televangelist for single men Frank TJ Mackey played by Tom Cruise He is seen as this smart sexy and desirable human being Women and men want to be around him He is often the target of many womens rights organizations because of his chauvinistic attitude towards women One day at a break in his How to pick up women seminars he is interviewed by a women reporter She begins to ask questions about his background Where he went to college who his parents
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