"The Grave of the Fireflies" is a historic piece of anime set in World War II. This is one of the best dramas I have seen. The animations are one of the best ways to describe the series of events the protagonist go though. I don 't think there was the possibility of the same story having the same impact as a live action film. Setsuko and Seita are brother and sister living in wartime Japan.
He chooses words that convey how well-informed and interested he is on the topic, making him seem to be an authority to the reader. Scott establishes his authority and credibility by showing how much research and thought he has put into his review. For example, Scott mentions several leading actors in the film, as well as their previous roles. He also mentions information about the animation studio that created Inside Out, “Pixar animators conquered water and
All directors have the unique ability to manipulate their thoughts and ideas and make it a reality. Tim Burton, an award-winning director, is one such person who’s abnormal ideas find their way onto the big screen. With the use of stylistic techniques, Tim Burton crafts dark and intriguing movies. In the films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton uses low camera angles to intimidate the audience, and close up shots to make them experience what the characters are feeling. In fact, Tim Burton utilizes low camera angles to create a cold and foreboding mood.
The Corpse Bride The Corpse Bride is an animated movie that was made by Tim Burton. Most of his movies have three reoccurring traits to them. His movies usually all have a good story, a dark or creepy feel to it, a very unique style of original characters. In the story of The Corpse Bride an awkward and nervous man named Victor Van Dort is arranged, by his parents to marry a woman named Victoria Everglot. During preparations for the wedding Victor because very nervous and a bit clumsy and accidentally causes some havoc.
Author Maya Angelou once said, “I think a hero is any person really intent on making this a better place for all people.” The movie Wreck-It Ralph is an animation film created by Disney, mainly about the character Wreck-It Ralph who serves as a protagonist throughout the movie. He experiences different situations while exploring one of the two games (“Wreck-It Ralph” and “Sugar Rush”). In this movie, Ralph exhibits many qualities of an epic hero, such as being generous to his followers but ruthless to his enemies, meeting monsters and temptations, and excelling in skill, strength, and courage. One quality that makes Ralph an epic hero is that he is generous to his followers but ruthless to his enemies. When Ralph and Vanellope break into King Candy’s kart factory, he somewhat helps her fulfill her dream of becoming a real racer by building the kart together.
Tim Burton is one of the most unique film directors in the film industry. He is best known for his peculiar, twisted style in film directing that seems attract people’s attention. He directed successful films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Vincent. Before he could even walk,, Burton fell in love with horror films and never found them to be scary. Burton was influenced by the work of Edgar Allen Poe, Dr. Seuss, and Vincent Price.
This reinforces that in Stage 2, while Jeanette was certainly ahead of the pack, she still had her own problems in adapting to human culture. While she made herself seem ahead, she was still really just a “wolf, disguised in sheep’s clothing,” and the contrast with the epigraph supports this distinction (232). These similarities and differences to the epigraph develop Jeanette as a hard working character who tries her best to cover up her wolf background, but still sometimes has
Kolin observes that Iago stands out among Shakespearean villains since he is the only one to survive his own monstrous acts (25). Unlike Richard III, apart from telling stories, Iago carries out a downright fraud through other means of manipulation, which makes him the most evil and intelligent character. To be exact, Iago is a puppeteer who sets up scenes to deceive the “credulous fools”—Othello, Cassio and Desdemona (4.1.45). Iago talks to Cassio about Bianca while telling Othello that the subject of their conversation is the Moor’s wife. He is so smart and careful that he even gestures Othello to come closer when Cassio is about to illustrate how Bianca entangles him.
The evolution of the director Baz Lurhmann Andrew Venter Topic two: “Lurhmann’s films are not so much adaptations as re-imaginings” Baz Lurhmann is a very distinctive director who is both loved and hated for his bold cinematic techniques. These techniques allow Lurhmann to recreate famous titles such as Romeo and Juliet in a way that very few people could have ever imagined. From Lurhmann’s first film Strictly Ballroom these techniques were very prevalent and instead of out growing these brash techniques he actually evolved and developed his techniques. And thus resulted, resulting in the creations of very successful films. In this essay I will be discussing how Lurhmann has evolved these cinematic techniques beginning in Strictly Ballroom, continuing in Romeo and Juliet and finally in The Great Gatsby.
In ‘Is There Nowhere Else We Can Meet?’ a white female protagonist encounters ‘a figure with something red on its head’ (p. 29, 13) in a pine forest. The forest stands in sharp antithesis to the town. Hence, the dangerous forest and the safe town. When ‘the native’ (p. 29, 21) suddenly approaches her, the female protagonist is paralyzed by fear for ‘every vestige of control, of sense, of thought’ (p. 29, 49). Yet, she does not fear the man himself since it is ‘Fear itself that [has] her by the arms, the legs, the throat’ (p. 29, 52).
However Jaboody Dubs/Studios have the funniest dubs of awful television commercials, infomercials, cartoons and awful b-movies you would have ever seen. Although most may involve Billy Mays, the Star Wars Dub is so tremendous and is a must see. Here’s clips from a tremendous YouTube series. Roman Atwood: Finally probably one of the best YouTube Pranksters out there would be Roman Atwood. With 7 million subscribers and over 1 billion views, Roman is probably one of the most talented YouTube personality on the site and often has a twisted and sadistic sense of humor.
What Was Better the Book or the Movie? Gavin Hood 's adaptation of Orson Card’s book Ender’s game is a great representation of awesomeness.Ender wiggin played by Asa Butterfield is an example of pure genius but however some of the details are off such as him at graduation battle instead of his toon being in different rooms, they are right there with him throughout the whole battle when they destroyed the whole bugger planet.Another detail that was left out of the book is the chapters in the book that were just all about Valentine and Peter.I think this is good for the movie because in the book it was kind of long and drug out.If they put this in the Movie it would make it longer and most likely lose the audience!Another key detail that I think
The anime show Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is the most popular and most liked anime. The show is 64 episodes long and contains heavy topics like death, religion, sacrifice, disability, and war. The story follows the lives of the Elric brothers, two young boys who are orphans
Now I not only watch their movies and shorts with amazement just because it’s part of my childhood, but I take note of every movement a character makes, trying to figure out how the animators did that. How did the character designers come up with this character’s personality? How did the storyboarders plan out this scene before it came to this? One movie in particular really hit me hard. Usually movie sequels, or, prequels aren’t the best but I really fell in love with Monsters University.
Tim Burton uses his strange thoughts of darkness and exaggeration to make the most unique movies ever made. Burton’s mind has made movies such as Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and The Chocolate Factory where the unique characters are different than most others. Burton uses close ups, high key lighting, and long shots to show that people can overcome their fears and be successful in