Tim Burton added this scene to show that Edward was scared of Peg and Edward’s face emotions matched how he felt. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie found the last golden ticket in his candy wrapper. T. Burton included this scene to show Charlie’s reaction when he first saw the corner of the last golden ticket. For the last example of close-up, in the movie Beetlejuice, Barbara and Adam went home after the car accident on the bridge and found out they were deceased. T.
In order to do this Gru needs to steal a shrink ray from one of his villain competitors known as Vector. As all options of retrieving the device from Vector 's house have proven useless, gru then proceeds to adopt 3 little orphan girls. He noticed the girls selling girl scout cookies and vector letting them in, this proved that they were a use to Gru 's bigger plan. He soon realized that the girls would end up meaning more than
Imagine getting killed by your own family and reborn a tree, like in the “Vietnam version of Cinderella”. There are many versions of the Cinderella Story, the two that are most interesting are to compare their similarities and their differences are the French and Vietnam versions, they have evil step-moms, magical godmothers, and happy endings. First of all, the stories begin with an evil step-mom that locks Cinderella up and makes her do all the household chores. For example, in the Vietnam version of Cinderella, the step-mom asks Cinderella to go fishing and said, “Try to get as many as you can and if you come back with only a few of them, you will get flogged and sent to bed without supper.” In the French version of the
But then Bess wriggles around until she has her finger on the trigger. when she hears the highwayman 's horse, she fires the bayonet, and gives her life to warn him about the ambush. The highwayman tries to get away, but when he finds out he next day that Bess is dead he gallops back enraged, to kill the red coats .when he retreats He gets mowed down by the soldiers in the middle of the road, and dies in a pool of blood. Still, on certain winter nights, his ghost still rides down the highway to meet Bess. Summary of text 2: Lines
I think that the fact that it is so short is just another reason as to why it should be a master speech because it is so impactful and motivating in such a small amount of words. This speech is exactly 277 words long, which mans he was able to leave his mark on history in such a short speech. Also, he inspired thousands of people with this speech by telling them that just because something is holding you back that doesn't mean you have to stop. In conclusion, Lou Gehrig's farewell speech was a short and sweet speech that left its mark in history and will never be forgotten. I hope this speech can be a part of your master speech unit next year so students can enjoy it like I
"The Wizard of Oz" is a fictional story Oz about , a Kansas girl Dorothy Rolled up tornado to a place called Munchkins, kindly witch urged her to go to the Emerald City of Oz Grand Warlock help her home. On the way, she has met the Scarecrow, he needs a brain; Woodman, he needed a heart; Cowardly Lion, he takes guts. They go hand in hand, encourage each other and help each other overcome difficulties one after another, and finally came to the Emerald City. Because of their outstanding performance, large healers to help them achieve their aspirations, the Scarecrow got a brain; the Tin Woodman to get a heart; Cowardly Lion got the courage, finally, the Scarecrow became the leader of the Emerald City, metal who became the leader of Winkies lion
Reckless behavior in the 1920’s The orchestra plays loud tunes as the women and men dance in a fast pace in the middle of the room, being the center of the attention. Drinks are poured every second as if there were no tomorrow, carelessly driving in their luxurious Rolls Royce. This was a casual day in the 1920’s were fun was there the way of living. The film “Chicago” and the novel “The Great Gatsby” shows how the 1920’s are reckless, which can be shown through Gatsby’s impulsive behavior and Roxie’s ambition to reach fame.In the novel The Great Gatsby, the characters express selfishness and don't really care about anyone but themselves. Don't really care about the people they hurt along the way.
The Red Queen mistakenly hears outside the door and says to her minions “The torch is death the book is home.” Hatter hears her say it and realizes this is there big chance so he grabs a rope and tells Alice. “Come on we are going to meet the Red Queen in the book of the Statue of Liberty.” Alice and Hatter get to the book of the Statue of Liberty. “Ok Red Queen you win take me home” Alice says. “Good Alice I’m glad you made the right decision you jump and I will jump in right after you” the Red Queen
It’s very ironic that the narrator keeps referring everything towards the color white, which normally represents purity and the girl is constantly lying about her ethnicity. “ Dresses came straight out the window of Madison Blanche” she described this store in a high manner as if only high class people shopped there even the translation of “ Madison Blanche” means white house. It’s no secret that during these times black people were viewed as less, compared to caucasian people. So it’s not really a shocker that the narrator has the girl going around lying because she can easily get away with it. “Then washed my mouth out with Ivory soap” this is a very old school tradition that parents did to children when they found out that they were cursing.
So then the cycle continues he was born to treat people racistly and badly like the way he was treated. To kill a mockingbird has the theme it is important to recognize all humans deserve respect regardless of their place society. Not all citizens of Maycomb weren't treated equally and with respect. For instance Arthur, “Boo” Radley was treated unequally and badly because no one knew about him so they began with rumors and pictured as an evil monster. Bob Ewell was born into racism and abuse and people judge him thinking he wants to do what he does but he was raised this way.
His mad state is apparent to Janie when she finds a loaded pistol under his pillow. Due to this, and for her own safety, she has to kill Tea Cake, an action which she is not charged for when brought in front of an all-white jury after a moving testimony. She then returns to Eatonville, which brings the novel back to the beginning where she tells the story to Pheoby. Janie explains to Pheoby that she has come to the realization that she now knows who she truly is and that she can make her own happiness without a man. Tea Cake was the final reminder of her newfound