Good Will Hunting Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Good Will Hunting.
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Good Will Hunting: an Analysis of Fear as an Evident Theme.

Summary: This essay analyzes fear as a primary theme which contributes to hindering Will's success.
Good Will Hunting is a well developed film that consists of several underlying themes that account for the success of the film as a whole. It stars Matt Damon as Will Hunting, a mathematical genius who is employed as a janitor at the well-acclaimed Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is what one would consider "riffraff." He roams the street with his 3 best friends, Chuckie Sullivan, Billy McBride, and Morgan O'Mally. One would most likely wonder why he does not put his genius to good use and why does he lest such talent go to waste. We have to realize that perhaps what we consider a waste, he considers to be most-fulfilling. Now we begin to consider the various aspects of his life and the impediments holding him back from achieving his full potential. Loss, failure, and potential are all barriers in Will Hunting's life but the most exigent...

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