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Modern Family Show Modern Problems

Post by janebrown123 » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:25 am

Ed O'Neill plays patriarch Jay Pritchett, a man who's made his bundle, divorced his first wife, and finally found true happiness with Gloria, a much younger Colombian woman who seems to have bounced off the set of a risqué Univision quiz show. Her 10-year-old son Manny, who exhibits many of the traits of a 30-year-old Lothario, completes the first of the unusual family units. The Dunphy household comprises Jay's daughter Claire, her dorky husband Phil, and their three kids, Haley, Alex, and Luke. Phil Dunphy fancies himself a cool dad who's his kids' best friend. But despite his zealous best intentions he's really just an embarrassment, sometimes most of all to Claire, who often treats him like her fourth child. Household three is occupied by Jay's gay son Mitchell and his partner Cameron , who bring home an adopted Vietnamese baby in the pilot episode for them and everyone else to fawn over. The comic combinations of controlled nuclear family explosions precipitated by this episodic mix are consistently filled with an unending string of gags that burn the full range of Modern Family dvd box set fuel from gentle smiles to full-on guffaws. There are nominal story threads , but most of the entertainment comes from throwaway lines and the kind of interaction that feels more like expert improv tossed off by seasoned pros than it does scripted TV farce. There's also a fair amount of precisely executed physical comedy, especially around the Dunphy household, and Modern Family seasons dvd never shies away from either playing up or laying to rest the stereotypes and clichés it brings up with good-natured abandon. Gay people act gay! Latin people are hot-blooded! Kids are stupid! Parents are clueless!
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Post by WZX123 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 4:55 am

The modern family photography is best described as fresh, casual and fun. If you take a look at old family portrait photos, you will notice that the settings were always formal. Shots were often taken in the living room or in a private studio. The family members were also dressed formally, and not surprisingly, they also had a formal and serious expression in their faces. This old trend in photography is no longer accepted by many families today.

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