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Movie Symbolism of The Hero's Journey .
Transcript of Movie Symbolism of The Hero's Journey .
The movie represents the Hero's Journey because SpongeBob, the hero, goes through many of Joseph Campbell's monomyth. SpongeBob has many obstacles and phases to come through, so he can at last, accomplish his goal.
Ordinary World- the hero, uneasy, uncomfortable or unaware, is introduced sympathetically so the audience can identify with the situation or dilemma. The hero is shown against a background of environment, heredity, and personal history. Some kind of polarity in the hero's life is pulling in different directions and causing stress.
SpongeBob SquarePants, is a childish guy who begins to feel unappreciated after he was denied the promotion to manager at the Krusty Krab because he wasn't mature enough. Later, Patrick, his ally, tries to cheer him up by taking him to Goofy Goober's, a child's entertaintment restaurant. He shows how immature and silly both of them are throughout the movie, living up to what the whole town called him, a goofball.
Call to Adventure
King Neptune comes into the Krusty Krab in search of his crown, but when SpongeBob learns that if he returns the crown to Neptune, he would save Mr. Krabs. The reason why SpongeBob would like to take this journey is to prove that he isn't just a kid like his boss believes. Since the King gave SpongeBob the idea of going to Shell City to bring back the crown, that would make the king the Herald.
SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
My hero's name is SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob is amiable, hard-working, and persisting. His tragic flaws are his tendencies to be silly/naive and being a constant annoyance.
How the movie represents The Hero's Journey?