I thought the film was very interesting. I thought it was going to be stupid in the beginning, but it did become some what decent. I did not like how the film ended. There was all this build up to the mystery to what the meaning was, and it was something so insignificant. The theme is a classic one that everyone says, money can not buy happiness. He could have bought anything he wanted, he had en empire over a lot of things. He wasn’t happy though. He can not be happy because he can not find love. He spends his whole life just trying to find love, but when that doesn’t work he just throws around his money. He also wants people to like him and the only way he knows how to do is just throw his money around. His mom basically sold him away when he was a kid. He did not know what was going on, he was just taken away. He was never the same after that. He was so happy being with his family and just being a kid. He was robbed from that. From the outside it looked like his life changed for the better. He was going to be raised into wealth and make a ton of money and not having to worry about most things in life. But that was not the case for him. He was vulnerable and alone. I think that is the case because his dying words we the name of his sled, back when everything was easy, when he was alright and happy. He had everything he could every imagine yet he wasn’t happy. Money can not buy happiness.







sad hours

The themes of all of the poem are not happy, but more depressing. In the poem The Love Song of J. Alfred  Prufrock, his central neuroses arises from the fact that he does not know what to do with himself. Prufrock’s indecision is a source of anxiety that causes his mind to unravel. His anxiety makes him indecisive, and his indecisiveness in turn makes him more anxious. He is also lonely. He is afraid of women in a way. He mess around with them having one night stands. He is turning older and his anxiety comes from morality. In the poem Disillusionment of Ten O’Clock, it is about loneliness and regret. He never got married and he starts to realize what he missed out as time goes on. In the poem anyone lived in a pretty how town, it is about the loss of identity of people in the modern world. Also, it talks about how everyone is going to die at some point. All of the themes are connected because they are dark. They all talk about the things in life that are just depressing and sad. I think the poem anyone lived in a pretty how town applies the most to society today. It is true, people are becoming more distant as modern technology advances and times change. People aren’t interacting like they used to in the past. I like that poem the most out of all of them. It was confusing, but once you understood what he was trying to convey, it is dark. But it is also very true. It really does hit home.