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Postby appind » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:52 am

this question was fairly confusing.

We know from the premises that humor is important for comedy. C says that comedies should find their humor in stylistic portrayals.
So stylistic portrayals are very relevant and important for the comedy film Quirks, because that is where comedy is expected to find humor. Thus, criticizing Quirks for being non-realistic is wrong.

D doesn't counter the argument's conclusion that the criticism of film for not being realistic is wrong. D can not be seen as justifying the conclusion because though it says the film is successful, it doesn't mean that criticism of the film for not being realistic is not valid. A film could be successful and still deserving of criticism for not being realistic.

why is C not the best choice?

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