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Midnight Cowboy a story about the loneliness and obstacles was difficult to comprehend Although I did enjoy some aspects of the movie my overall opinion was one of distaste A few of the themes were awkward and confusing and the movie moved at the speed of a one-legged hurdler Midnight Cowboy is about not only the hardships one has to overcome but a friendship along the way Joe a young nave uneducated boy makes a major move from the only home he has ever known Texas to the Big Apple In Texas he is a lonely dishwasher with no future ahead of him Rather then go to work one day he dresses bathes and puts on flashy cowboy attire While looking in the mirror he states You know what you can do with them dishes And if you aint mad enough to do it yourself Id be happy to oblige I really would He leaves his room at the Big Spring Motel with just a suitcase carrying his belongings Before he leaves for his fantasyland he stops at Millers Restaurant his work to quit his dead-end job There he has a conversation with Ralph a co-worker He tries to explain himself by declaring Lotta rich women back there Ralph begging for it paying for it tooand the men- theyre mostly tutti-fruttis He has this envision where he is going to hustle the rich women for lots of money So Im gonna cash in on some of that rightHell what do I gotta stay around here for I got places to go right On the bus ride to New York he has many flashbacks of his rough childhood We find out that Joe was raised mostly by his grandmother because his mom dumped him off when he was just a toddler His grandmother was never really around due to the fact she was always out with her numerous boyfriends The following quote shows insight
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