Luke’s dad makes the tone even more dark“ Luke what are you doing!! The window is open, get in your room!”(Haddix pg32). Luke’s dad loves him but he is kind of like a bad guy in this story. The window is the only outside contact that he gets and that is taken away from him. It 's gotten so bad that he sits on the bottom step during breakfast.
For example in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory when the film flashes back to Wonka’s memory of his father low key lighting is used to show that Wonka remembered his father as a bad one. This affected Wonka’s future by causing him to be antisocial and solitary because he did not have a good father figure when he was growing up as a child. Also, in Edward Scissorhands, Edward grew up without a father figure. The scene that shows Edward’s father dying uses low key lighting to show that it was a sad time for Edward. Edward growing up without a father made him antisocial and solitary as well.
Edward Scissor-Hands Draft The film Edward Scissorhands was directed by Tim Burton, it is about a man with scissors hands who struggles to feel acceptance and belonging, unfortunately he lives in a perfect community where they don't like change and find it hard to accept him as a person. In the film, the community was quick to reject and take advantage of him because of his unique ability which led to isolation and the community singling him out. Society quickly judges and disregards Edward Scissorhands because of his differences. Society was quick to take advantage of Edward Scissorhands. The community took advantage of his ability and lack of economic understanding.
Tim Burton’s style is mysterious, creepy and exciting. In Tim Burton’s movie Edward Scissorhands, the main character Edward, is a mysterious and creepy person. Edward doesn’t understand what it’s like to be around people because all his life he lived alone in a castle, and had no clue idea how to socialize since his creator died and didn’t teach Edward much about the world. Burton uses an invigorating way to express his characters, because they are very diverse, and since they are diverse, it excites people to learn more about these specific characters he creates, such as Edward. The way Burton introduces these characters can intrigue many people to watch his movies.
Tim Burton popularly known around the movie industry and across the globe for having the most dark and quirky films of all time. From his 1990 classic Edward Scissorhands to his remake of a classic Charlie and the Chocolate factory. Keeping your eyes glued and focused on the screen is his main goal throughout each of these movies. To fabricate this essential ingredient Burton uses non diegetic sound, camera angles, and lighting to captivate the audience’s imagination and create an unrealistic atmosphere that only he himself can create. Non-diegetic sound used in Edward Scissorhands is used not only to establish the characters but also, to elucidate their surrounding relationships with others.
Ivan falling off a ladder symbolizes the first sign of disintegration of his bubble of falsity. His materialistic desires contribute to his deteriorating health since he injures himself when deciding between having “straight or festooned” (57) curtains. Ivan’s trivial concerns about interior decoration is a reflection of men’s obsession with societal aesthetic standards and status. Ironically, Tolstoy exposes the lack of uniqueness of Ivan’s house due to like-minded, pretentious people striving to do the same. Ivan has been average since birth; he is the middle son with a blend of personality in “between the two [elder and younger brothers]” (47).
Unfortunately, they were still in a horrible situation by moving town to town and not having a set home and since they were living this life there dreams in the end was destroyed. This life also caused their Friendship to suffer due to the mistakes Lennie made. Also “ George with all his personal limitations, is a man who has committed himself in a compassionate relationship” (“Of Mice” 248). He has devoted his life into staying with lennie and helping him survive, and wanted to give him a chance to live instead of survive, that 's why they had their dream to have land. At the end of all of this Lennie makes his mistakes with Curley 's wife and “George mercifully kills lennie with a shot to the head while Lennie is chanting the dream, unaware of what is about to happen to him”(“Of Mice” 248).
Tim Burton is a famous director that has created many amazing movies, two of his well-known movies Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory use cinematic techniques to tell their stories, but Tim Burton’s use of lighting/colors and setting cause viewers to fall in love with his movies. In Edward Scissorhands, Burton uses bright, fun colors such as bright pink, blue, yellow and beautiful green lawns to show the “happiness” in the suburban life. In addition, Tim uses incredibly bright lighting in the chocolate factory which is opposite from the lighting in Charlie’s small, dark, dirty house. These lighting choices show that just because a place is bright/colorful it doesn’t mean it’s always a happier place. In both films
When he then shows us the inside it is run down and sparsely lit but it has the most loving, wise, and caring characters. Protagonist characters are not usually displayed to be living in such rundown low conditions but Burton uses this to his advantage to depict his message of don’t judge a book by it’s cover. He uses the dark lighting in the house continually and it helps emphasize how poor his family is while showing you with subtle high key lighting around the characters that they are good people. He also uses high key
This is best done by comparing two of his films, namely, Romeo and Juliette and The Great Gatsby. Although both these films have a large variety of common factors, such as the spectacular parties, the use of music and symbolism, it is how these techniques are executed that show us how he has evolved as a director. One technique that Baz Luhrmann has mastered is his ability to show the importance of a specific idea. This is clearly seen in his films like Romeo and Juliette, where he emphasized on the importance of violence by using guns rather than swords, he went even further in The Great Gatsby where he made Gatsby’s parties wild and crazy, not something that actually happened in the time when Gatsby is
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
Sinister, although it is a person or thing trying to bring harm or misfortune, sinister may get a bad rap considering a man who has made his career being sinister. Tim Burton is a director of many children movies, but the movie he makes aren’t exactly your average children’s movies. Burton is the master of making your average nice children’s movies into the most sinister children’s movies ever. Burton directed moves like Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. In a majority of these Burton films, Burton chooses to portray a common theme that embracing your unique attributes is the ultimate key to success.
English movies are very well written and crafted and there are over a hundred movies one must watch before he or she dies. This is because those movies teach us a lot of good stuff which we might not learn elsewhere. Movies help us relax and also learn things about life. They give us hope and we learn that there is light at the end of the tunnel. The best movies of all time span across different interesting genres which include action, drama, war, comedy, biography, sci-fi, romance, etc.