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The Full Monty And Independence Day compared.
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The Full Monty
Both 'The Full Monty' and 'Independence Day' were extremely popular films of their time and are still widely watched across the world. Although they are very different in the way they were directed, and the subject material used.
The films are very different because 'The Full Monty' is about six unemployed men from Sheffield who all need to think of a way to make money, fast. They all have their different reasons for wanting it. So they decide on becoming strippers for one night, and the film shows us how the go about it and the horrible disasters that occur in every day life. However 'Independence Day' is about the American government trying to be heroes (as always) and saving the world from alien attack.
I think 'The Full Monty' was so popular because it portrays realism, but it also had extensive backing and money to it. Also, most of the cast then were not well known which is what makes it special because people can relate more to them as they are not big movie stars and they were brought up
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