Adapted from real-life events, this French biography was applauded for succeeding in painting a touching and resonating picture of the events that led to the birth of a strong relationship between the two protagonists, Driss and Philippe. Winning multiple awards, this movie has achieved the status of being one of the greatest French movies ever made. Throughout this entire movie, the effects of adversity on an individual’s decisions, lifestyles, perception, and so on have been emphasized. For these reasons and more, this movie has managed to capture the hearts and minds of a wide demographic. More than just a simple made-for-money film biography, The Intouchables, presents and effectively portrays the real-world forms of and responses to adversity, specifically in terms of handicaps, loss of family, and depression.
This was a really fine written book, showing a great deal of value in remembering the past and the importance of family. And the movie was portrayed extremely accomplished, even though there were alterations that I didn’t appreciate. In my opinion, the book was superior over the movie, describing in depth the suffering and sadness in the camp effectively, which the movie did not, and developing the characters in a suitable way. I would recommend this to anyone who delights in history along with fiction. It contains the reality of the holocaust while including fictional characters and plot lines.
Pictures of Hollis Woods is a must-read book! This is because it has won several awards in the last few years, and has great reviews. Some people might say, that towards the middle of the book the plot moves slowly, but if you read to the end it’s amazing! On top of that, the book has fantastic struggles the main character goes through, incredible scenes, and an amazing ending. Pictures of Hollis Woods is filled with so many fun, dramatic, and hilarious scenes.
Brad Pitt does a very good job at acting rough around the edges and portraying a perfect good looking dare devil, this makes the audience like his character. Craig Sheffer does a very good job at being the poster child, very smart with good morals, he also has his life together. Both main characters are perfectly represented. 9) The aspect of the film that could be seen to fulfill the purpose of the chorus in an actual greek tragedy is how Norman is narrating the film.
All in all, I significantly enjoyed this book, Lockdown, by Gordon Smith. This book is by far the most thrilling and horrific book I have ever read. I enjoyed this book so greatly, because of how well Gordon Smith explained certain aspects of his writing with great emotion and detail. Another feature I liked about this book was how intense it was, and how while reading, I was on the edge of my seat and wanting to read more. Also, throughout the book, I enjoyed the characters that take place in this story.
What did you like about this script? Overall, the areas I enjoyed most from this script were Grace and Morgan’s relationship, the comedic undertones in the narrative and Grace’s resistance to facing her past. Grace and Morgan’s characters could not be more different in terms of their personalities and perspectives and I think that the writer has done a great job of building their relationship from the ground up.
First, there were many interesting facts about this movie, but one important fact would be how the actors’ did an incredible job. You could see the excitement and hospitality in the actors eyes. They didn’t make the movie boring and they made it as if we were there with them. They all were experiencing different problems as the film went on. It gives you important information from the past that you didn’t know.
Some find the movie to be more entertaining because you can actually see what’s going on and it’s much easier to see then to imagine. You can listen to the characters and see what they’re actually doing. Other than in the book you have to imagine and sort of figure out what the characters look and sound like. In the book about Walter Mitty the reader doesn’t get a certain picture of what he look or sounds like.
The book was well written and really made you think about what happened during WW2. The movie was also good because it showed you what things looked like and gave you some imagery for each character. I would say I liked the book better but it might be because I read the book first. When I read a book and enjoy it then watch the movie and see all the differences it annoys me that they made it after the movie but it isn’t like the book in so many ways and I really enjoyed the book. Still I would recommend the book and movie to anyone older than 10 because it gets a little grotesque in some parts, but it was still a good movie/book with a good plot and was very enjoyable to read/watch.
The idea of the movie is not only to inform the viewer of Harry Porter’s dilemma but also to convince the viewer that there is more to him than just an orphan with nothing left to live for. In the Harry Potter movies, the concepts of friendship, determination, treachery, and good over evil are still well-known with new casts bringing new ideas and twists to the plot. The main character Harry Potter was played by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson was Hermione Granger and Rupert Grint was Ron Weasley. They form a great trio of friendship in these movies. The performance of every character in the movies was marvelous.
My evaluation: of Night is that this is a phenomenal book the amount of descriptive imagery and word use in this book was fantastic. This book was very hard for me to take my eyes out of. I was constantly pulled in by cliff hanger like or intense moments. Night by Elie Wiesel is the one of the best books I 've ever pored over.
I learned that although Shirley Temple was a very good girl and everyone looked up to her, she had quite a temper and a nasty attitude at times. Her mother was fond of spanking her too. Once I was done reading the historical work, I felt that I would like to read more into Shirley Temple’s life than what was presented. I’m not sure I would like to read Kasson’s other works because they don’t seem to be interesting. I would recommend this book to whoever wants to read about the Great Depression, wants to learn more about a few influential people during this time and Shirley Temple.
It is titled Heavenbound. The play was written, directed, and produced by Don B. Welch and was performed at Wilshire Ebell Theatre. I enjoyed myself for for almost the entire play with very few exceptions. The production had a well put together storyline and was very funny, conveying a true meaning of what God has in store after death for different people. Although, the play was a great success there were a few small adjustments that could have be made to make the show that much better.
“ I guess it made Barry Bagsley’s face seem like a minor skin reaction”. The sarcasm, puns, irony and humour in this novel not only helps the story progress and move along smoothly it also adds that relaxing and easy going feel to it to amuse the audience and keep their interest. “Don’t Call Me Ishmael” is a story that readers can relate to, whether it be the embarrassing moments, bullying and harassment or trying to figure out who they are. Author Michael Gerard was successful in achieving the reader’s attention and maintaining it throughout the novel with the serious topic of bullying and harassment along side all the humorous sarcasm, irony, puns, witty comments, embarrassing moments and the comical
My favorite part of the book was that Hole in my life is a true story which makes the farfetched events plenty more exciting. I enjoyed the ending because he finally got what he wanted, to write. The ending gave a sense of fulfilment and it was very satisfying. My favorite part would be when he was in the drug industry, the entire time he was on edge, the story became very suspenseful and edgy. I would recommend this book to everyone, The book is exciting and a real page turner to say the least.