Forrest Gump – Too Subtle For The 21st Century Audience?

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“Forrest Gump” was a remarkable work by Academy Award winner Tom Hanks based on the novel “Forest Gump” by Winston Groom. It is a romantic drama with a small slice of comedy with the best screenplay and the soundtracks selling over 12 million copies.


Tom plays the role of a slow-witted but kind-hearted man whose life takes him through experiences that a normal man is unlikely to be known. The movie takes us through the 1950s American history about the Vietnam war, Watergate scandal. It is an emotional, sentimental, inspiring and completely unique movie directed by Robert Zemeckis.

Gump faces many tribulations throughout his life, but he never lets any of them interfere with his happiness. Despite destiny playing Satan, Gump continues to believe that a good thing will happen and goes after his dreams. While several less than ideal things occur during Gump’s life, he manages to turn each setback into something good for him. While Gump eventually achieves the majority of the things he hoped, throughout the movie.

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Forest Gump won many hearts as well as awards, and it became the blockbuster of 1994. But it is delicate and old-fashioned for the young audience. Its been 28 years since “Forrest Gump” was released. The drama, for which Tom Hanks earned a best actor Oscar, follows a southern man named Forrest Gump through his extraordinary life, which includes brushes with Elvis Presley, John F. Kennedy and other historical figures in the movie.
We would strongly like to recommend this masterpiece for its depiction of “cultural, historical, or aesthetical significance”.

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