Major Payne

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Major Payne
The feature film Major Payne uses filmic language to construct a particular representation of the issue making adjustments. I will write about the adjustments made by Major Payne, The green boys and Alex stone.

Major Payne is a strong intimidating man who has spent most of his life in the U.S. Marines. When he was dismissed from the Marines he had to adjust to civilian life. The first way of noticing that he did not adjust quick enough is when he tried out for a job as a Policeman. And there was a man and a women acting as though were fighting. The two police who were observing Major Payne, said to neutralize the situation, which from Payne's perspective meant to deal with it so Payne chose to hit and ended up knocking the man out . Then Payne's next job was to go to a school to work, in a particular group of classes he had the green boys. The green boys where a group which had a number of boys ranging from 8 to 14 people. Major Payne is a very tough person and shows this through his speech. Major Payne holds a major part of the film. This was an opening speech to the group. “Do not attempt to challenge my authority. I have eight weeks to turn you gaggle of maggots into a well-disciplined cadet unit,from this day forward your sorry asses belong to me,you will not eat, sleep, drink, blow your nose or dig in your buts without my say so. Know this, killing is my business, ladies, and business is good”. And that is just about as mean and intimidating you can get. One of the adjustments Major Payne made, was to read Tiger a small child in the movie a story. At the start of the film when they just met, he would not of read him a story. Payne was slowly adjusting to being a father figure, and to back that up there was a monster in the closet and Payne shot bullets at the closet and scared away the monster for Tiger. Again sort of being a father figure for Tiger....
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