The hero's journey Star Wars and The Hunger Games have many similarities and differences. Even though stories can take place in completely different places the hero's journey can still be alike. The beginning of the hero's journey in both of these stories are pretty similar. In The Hunger Games, the call to adventure is similar to it in Star Wars because Luke and Katniss both have to go into a fight. The tests allies and enemies part is pretty similar to because they both battle and really find out what they are up against. The reward near the end is very similar to because they are both awarded something for winning a fight. More things in this book that are different. In the very beginning Obi Wan Kenobi tells Luke that he needs to fight
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The Hunger Games, The Wizard of Earthsea, and The Hero and the Crown almost, if not perfectly, fit into Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey. With the exception of The Hero and the Crown, Katniss and Ged both start “in the ordinary world.” We get to know Katniss and District 12, and Ged as a child in this hometown.
Siddhartha and Luke Skywalker Hero's Journey Comparison Every hero has a story. Whether it be rescuing the damsel in distress, or saving a quaint town from the destruction of neighboring village, each hero embarks on a specific path. This path is what seemingly separates each individual hero from another, but underneath the surface, the journey each hero embarks on is nearly the same no matter what the circumstance.
` In May of 1977, Star Wars: A New Hope was released with overwhelmingly positive reviews and marking a new era in cinema. The writer and director of the film, George Lucas, decided to expand upon the Star Wars universe in 1999 by making Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, with a story that took place before the original film’s story. This movie was made with advanced equipment and cutting-edge CGI (for 1999), nonetheless, the movie was panned by critics and enraged an entire generation of moviegoers. The answer to why this happened lies in the differences between the two films: use of special effects, construction of characters, and complexity of plot. “A special effect is a tool, a means of telling a story.
Thomas 1 Joshua Thomas Ashley Allee English 115 February 23,2017 Compare and Contrast Essay Both Katniss and Tessie question the reasons for the continue the tradition each year and allowing the cruel activities to continue causing deaths each year through the lottery and reaping. In their own way both Tessie and Katniss are rebellious towards the demands of the government. Even Tessie complains to the villagers while Katniss acts out, but both resent the level of intrusion into their levels. But each character resent the government intrusion into their towns life. In each story the government demands someone death as punishment or to appease their tradition.
Comparison Paper: The Hunger Games The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is all about Katniss Everdeen volunteering as tribute from District 12 to fight for her life at the city of Panem in the hunger games. Katniss is the protagonist of the novel. She is very quiet, humble and intelligent girl. Katniss is an excellent hunter, archer, gatherer, and trapper, skilled just like her deceased father.
One similarity that both heroes have is bravery. Katniss shows this through her fight with the Capital. One example is when Katniss decides to nominate herself for the Hunger Games. Katniss has always protected Prim. After their father’s death, Katniss begins supporting her family.
Would you rather die for a sacrifice, or fight to the death to instill fear? “The Lottery” is a poem about a town who annually gives sacrifice to make sure that their crops grow. “The Hunger Games” is a movie about a girl named Katniss who has to join her “friend” and 22 other kids to fight to the death to please the ruler of Panem, President Snow, and to help him instill fear in the citizens. Tradition and violence as entertainment are two themes “The Lottery” and “The Hunger Games” have in common while also having contrasting ideas and events of their own. Both stories are based off of their own traditions.
Possibly the two most intense fan-bases in existence are Star Wars and Harry Potter. George Lucas released his sci-fi action movie, Star Wars, on May 25, 1977. Thirty-eight years later and the force is still with us. Star Wars is just as popular today is it was when it came out, and a new Star Wars movie will be released in December 2015. J.K. Rowling published her first Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on June 30, 1997 and the first movie came out on November 4, 2001.
In “ Alice Through the Looking Glass” by Linda Woolverton and “ Hunger Games” movie #1 by Suzanne Collins the movies are both similar and different. In “ Alice Through the Looking Glass” Alice goes on an adventure to help save Mad Hatters family. In “ Hunger Games” movie #1 Katniss must fight for her life to keep herself alive. In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting the characters, the setting, and conflict. The first way there similar and different is their characters.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is a book that talks about a battle royal were 24 participants fight to the death. The book is held in the future in a country like the United States, there are 12 districts and a capitol Panem. The games are played every year and people from the 12 districts get chosen or volunteer to go to the games. The main character from the book is Katniss Everdeen and she has to volunteer in place of her sister to go to the games. The book has major themes such as romance, trust, and hope.
There are two verses of The Hunger Games. Showing argumentative and similarities of the book and movie. One similarity of the book and movie is that part when The Hunger Games had started. The Career group found Katniss in a tree, and Rue showed Katniss the Tracker Jackers.
Throughout The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner three themes are predominantly shown in ways that are quite similar. Different ways of survival are highlighted by various groups of characters in both films. Their survival is influenced by the people around them leading us to relationships; however the most pressing theme is power. Power the governments of both stories have over the other people, and the power of influence and hope that the main characters
Hunger Games Analysis Hunger Games directed by Gary Ross shows a diversity of themes. The themes consist of love, strength, politics, competition, and sacrifices. The theme that sticks out the most is sacrifices. Sacrifice is shown all throughout the movie. There is a huge significance of sacrifice in the movie.
The Hunger Games is not an exact retelling of Robin Hood’s story however it is very similar. Katniss Everdeen is the Robin Hood character of the story. She is an outlaw that fights and oppressive rule and has an iconic bow. Robin Hood is also an outlaw that “robs from the rich and gives to