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Remember who Being required to endure a really crappy movie for even the sake of writing an essay can often be quite agonizing With its lack of real-life friction unbelievable characters and unrealistic clich feel-good scenes Remember The Titans has more cheesiness than a Kraft factory This is literally a Walt Disney version of a dramatic true story about the struggles of a small southern town forced to become racially integrated in 1971 It completely fails to accurately represent the genuine hardships of racism and only leaves the question of how much concern went into conveying the actual truth Rarely do human beings confront each other to deal with emotionally charged racial tension without violence and swear words Throughout the entire film there isnt one offensive word used unless the word ass is considered to be offensive What else could one expect from a Walt Disney production a company known for its cartoons Im not saying that Good movies are made of swear words its just that when theyre used in the appropriate context they compliment an actors character by making he or she more believable Similarly whenever two conflicting sides of any sensitive issue confront each other theres regularly violence in some way shape or form The only scene that even remotely contains anything violent is when Denzel arrives at the recently racially integrated TC Williams high school to replace the former white head coach The local towns people are shaking their fists in the air and waving no mixed bussing signs to convey their disgust about having a new black football coach Denzels arrival is met with plenty of dirty looks but not one mention of the popular n word which was normally shouted during these types of confrontations and at the time was often inclusive of the southern racists vocabulary Taking into consideration the simple fact that this true story took place in
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