Fools Rush In Character Analysis

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Fools rush in 1. Summary of the Film
Returning from one job site with a large spearfish, Alex learns from his close friend Jeff that he doesn't want to go to Japan for his next assignment, but to Las Vegas. The timing will allow them both to return to Manhattan and manage another new site there in the Big Apple. So it's off to Las Vegas for Alex Whitman, and during one of his early sojourns into a Mexican restaurant he meets Isabel. They find themselves in a casual night of passion. Three months later Isabel went to Alex's home to tell him that she is pregnant because of their one-night-stand. Alex chases Isabel to say he really didn't know how to react in the circumstance but he would like to do what is right. Isabel convinced him to
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The characters name is Isabel Fuentes. Her character became my favorite because of the kind of person she is. I like her personality of being vocal about her feelings. She is frank of whatever she wants to tell. At the same time her character had shown sweetness, care and love to her partner, Alex Whitman. Isabel Fuentes had shown courage to show how she feels for the person. I was also amazed of how the actress, Salma Hayek played the role. The role was very suited to her and she played it very well. 3. What is your favorite scene? Why?
My favorite scene is the flashing of signs to Alex that he must see Isabel. It is good to see how destiny shows that two people are just meant for each other. In this scene it was justified that many things are meant to happen. The scene had shown how fate links two people with different signs. Truly when destiny speaks, there’s nothing we can do but just to follow it in order for us not to regret in the end. The scene had catched my attention because of how the character of Alex tried to cease the chance in order to be with his lady love, Isabel.

4. On phenomenology of love, how love is defined in the film? Explain

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