First Name Second Name The Biography of Robert Williams Institution name Date The Biography of Robert Williams He was famous for his comedy, a pure genius at it with a stunning career in the entertainment industry. With an absolute command for his audience and with many becoming his fans, Robin McLaurin Williams was yet another pedigree in Hollywood. He performed stand-up comedy, sung and produced songs and was a voice artist. His glittering career began in the 1970s in San Francisco, he went on to become one of the funniest man not only in America but all over the world. His rose to fame in 1978 in ‘Mork & Mind’.
The NEW YORK TIMES said of him, "In a film world that misrepresented everything, and in which each feeling was performed and explained, he stayed indifferent and grave, his poker-confronted uncertainty smothering all feeling." It was this "stone face," in any case, that came to speak to a feeling of good faith and everlasting curiosity. The Navigator, The General and The Cameraman were some movies where Keaton depicted characters whose physical capacities appeared to be totally dependent upon their environment. He was mainly known for his real-life stunts. So being knows as a stunt performer, buster could venture back and forth on a moving train with a ease as it’s a piece of cake for him.
Savage did not try to increase his credibility, but perhaps it was because he is the inventor and host of “Mythbusters”. He did however, make a joke about his credibility, starting his presentation with “And now a speech from a guy with a high school diploma”. His delivery skills, were good, but not great. He has great vocal projection, composure, and body movement. Although, the only negative impression was his eye contact.
The novel “A Son Of A Mob” by Gordon Korman is about a teenage boy named Vince who lives in a irregular family. His dad is the most feared Mob boss in the town and his mom and brother are a part of the business. However, Vince doesn't want to deal with anything about business. The author uses high comedy and different elements of humor to convey the universal truth; follow your own path not others. For instance, when a writer is writing a humorous story one of the things they have to keep in mind is if their comedy is high or low to fit what they are writing about or the age group.
The creators of Harper's Island did this when John Wakefield got out of his jail cell and got into a fight with Danny. While they were fighting Wakefield got on top of Danny on a desk and slowly pushed his head into the sharp receipt holder. But it didn't happen right away, Danny held back his head as much as he could which slowed the whole scene down and just made you wait for it to happen. So in conclusion Harper's Island did an amazing job of creating suspense from far shots that have slow sad music to close shots with fast suspenseful music. I highly recommend this show to one who loves thrillers and a bit of
In the fictional novel, The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton, the character Two-Bit was given the life of a greaser, with the height of about six feet tall, stocky in build, long rusty-colored sideburns, laughing gray eyes and a wide grin. He was also funny and somewhat charismatic, with such clever jokes and the ability to lighten any tension. Although the character Two-Bit Mathews wasn’t mentioned a lot in the book except for the night at the movie and before and after the rumble. But throughout the book, the readers can tell he was the jokester of the gang—a wisecracking, fun-loving, kind of a crazy guy. The readers can also tell he loved the gang as much as he loved his life (although Ponyboy stated in the book, “life was one big joke to Two-Bit”) but clearly, he was so energetic and lively and funny, how could he not love his life and his gang?
Bo Burnham unknowingly started his career by uploading comedy videos to youtube at just sixteen years old. Years later after those videos went viral, he is now one of the most talented comedians who has changed the idea of comedy in the modern age by using his theater background and satire in his writing. Through his work in comedy with the rhetorical device satire, Bo Burnham analyzes important social issues such as social media, behavior accepted in society, modern music, and religion which simultaneously reveals societies faults regarding the mentioned matters. At one point during Bo Burnham’s second comedy special, “Make Happy”, a satirical introspective monologue shows you the true meaning behind the show in which he reflects and explains
The three also discover that the bachelor had gone missing, and thus go on the quest to recover him before the wedding. This movie portrays the fundamental principles of comedy movies; the plot creates an interesting, comedic scene where three friends ‘lost’ the bachelor while they have to go through strong, comedic challenges to retrieve their friend. Conversely, Action movies are different in the regard that they illustrate the main character as the ‘Hero’ often defined through a combination of deep moral and physical characteristics. The defining factor of Action movies is their violent
Irony is often thought of as entertaining, but it also serves a different purpose. In the play of Sophocles titled Oedipus the King, irony is present in every scene, if not every line. When the protagonist runs away to avoid killing his father and marrying his mother, only to kill his father on the road and go on to marry his mother, it can only be ironic. He is a brave and smart man. He killed four men by himself and outsmarted a Sphinx, and became the great king of the city he rescued from her claws.
Without a proper career or name, the Young Man finds himself spending his time by stalking ordinary people. This lack of identity allows the mysterious character, Cobb, to manipulate the protagonist through deception and inspiring him to adopt a different persona as a means of ultimately framing the Young Man for a murder Cobb committed. Influenced by Cobb’s guidance, the Young Man goes through physical transformations throughout the narrative, from an archetypical male to a besuited man similar to the image of Cobb’s. Cobb himself has no true identity, and creates himself a deceptive persona to approach the Young Man and become his mentor, which is later revealed to be a disguise to lure his prey. His deceiving features even fool the blonde, tricking her to believe that he is in love with her.