When everything is in short supply, they gradually succumb to hunger and their only entertainment is the light of the fireflies. Animation is normally related to less serious films and focuses on entertaining younger audiences. This film broke those parameters as this is a movie made for adults. The grief describes in the story is hard to assimilate. The story is loosely based on one of the most popular Japanese novel that came from the WWII era.
n the novel Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley, many deaths occur, including William, Justine, Henry Clerval, Elizabeth, and Alphonse. Most of these people died at the hands of the Creature, with the exception of Justine, who was framed by the Being for murdering William, and Alphonse, who died of grief from so many of his loved ones being killed. Although it was the Creature who physically killed others, Victor was more responsible for the deaths of his loved ones. Victor was responsible for the deaths of his loved ones because he caused the Creature to be miserable, created the Creature with such horrible features that everybody was afraid of him, and when he had a chance to befriend the Creature, he refused, which resulted in the Creature becoming even more hostile. Victor’s actions resulted in the Creature killing others because Victor made the Creature miserable.
The Breakfast Club is a movie that was released in 1985. This classic movie was written and directed by the famous John Hughes. The movie revolves around five high school students who are forced to attend Saturday detention and write an essay about who they think they are as a person. Every main character comes from a different clique. There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison.
Looking at the actions of the creature in the film, his choices are slightly different but result in the same conflicts. In the movie of Frankenstein, the creature is extremely uneducated and does not speak, but merely mimics others movements and actions. The first moments of the creature’s life in the movie consisted of uncontrollable frustration because of his lack of knowledge. Fritz, Henry Frankenstein’s assistant, in an attempt to control the monster was caught and hung by the monster- a death of a person close to Henry. Later, Henry Frankenstein's professor, Doctor Waldman was strangled by the monster in an attempt to kill the monster.
To me it’s poorly written because he killed a man, but because his guilt took him over he couldn’t handle all the pressure and turned himself. Like, if you’re going to kill someone for a dumb reason at least have a smarter way of covering it up. I understand how people say it’s just a story and that it’s is very entertaining, but if you think about it the story that is entertaining you is a story of insanity and death and I don’t find that very entertaining. In the story the Tell Tale Heart a man or caregiver kills an old man because of his eye. He tells the readers that the eye makes his “blood run cold” and because of that he had to kill him.
I have read many books before. One of the best books that I read a long time ago was a book called Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli. The book is narrated by her fellow classmate Leo, takes no time to tell the readers about his love for porcupine ties. He begins his story introducing her, saying her name is Stargirl Caraway who is different from her classmates and the society around her. He observes her and finds out that she was homeschooled ever since first grade and she suddenly attends high school, leaving her class to cast suspicion on her.
The film, “Walkout” is based on real incidents in East L.A. about teenagers in high school walking out of schools to protest the unjust rules against chicanos during the 1960s. It was a movie dealing with racist school boards, discrimination against Mexican-Americans, and teenage revolution. The students became fed up with the way they were being treated in school so they started a movement that would gain their freedom. The movie is inspiring and educational because of its subject matter and true to life feel. It blends the use of english and spanish well.
He then stabbed the second person in the chest with forceps while he watches blood squirt from the mans chest. 2.A social scene would be at the ending of the book when all the characters were together and Vincent was near his death. This shows that people are evil and do not have morals. Vincent was a innocent young boy who was trapped and on his way to death because of the sweet talking and the minute thrill of sex. 3.The ending inappropriately concludes the book.
I recently watched movie name as 3 idiots on YouTube with my roommates. 3 Idiots is a comedy-drama movie that was released in the year 2009. It is a story of young boys name Rancho, Farhan Qureshi, and Raju Rastogi; all three consider as idiots in the movie that is why the name of the movie is 3 idiots. This film based on the education system of India and show how colleges put pressure on the students to get good grades. Further, this is an inspirational movie because of its acting, story, and concept of the movie.
It is directed and written by Sigrid Andrea Bernardo under the production of prominent actor Piolo Pascual and award-winning director Miss Joyce Bernal. The movie centers on, Lea (Alessandra de Rossi) a Pinay tour guide based in Japan who suddenly goes blind. On the first week of her sight loss, she meets a friendly Pinoy neighbor named Tonyo (Empoy Marquez). She doesn 't warm up to him at first but eventually does because Tonyo is one determined guy. They form a beautiful friendship that leads to an unexpected kind of love.
We are insensible, dead men, who through some trick, some dreadful magic, are still able to run and to kill" (116). Then as the soldiers approach the retreating enemies, "We bayonet the others before they have time to get out their bombs. Then thirstily we drink the water they have for cooling the gun" (116/117). The fear of death and the idea of war, in a way, has sickened them. They do not care about hygiene or ethics.
During her visit to Whitman, Alexandra made comparisons between her high school years and the high school years of the upperclassmen observed. She noticed the variety of differences between them because during her years there was not much palpable competition but now there was between the students at Whitman. The competition of getting the best grades was a huge deal to the students because their grades were a factor to getting admitted to the college of their choice. Pete a junior student at Whitman, was one of the many overachievers who put in the effort to get the best grades he could even if it meant to risk his own health. Pete was a straight A student who one night took so much caffeine to complete a paper that was due the next day.
The novel is about a fourteen year old boy, Will Carter, who enters high school with his head held high. He comes to find out high school isn’t all he expected it to be. He realizes that he needs to be popular, not a virgin, and a jock to “survive” high school. In his attempts to achieve all these titles he makes many mistakes along the way. He becomes extremely unfocused on the football field and in class, all due to the thought of girls and how he is going to lose his virginity.
Therefore, we have Narrator 1 and Narrator 2 that take us to those experience. Narrator 2 and Narrator 1 have a debate about why high school is the best or the worst. Narrator 2 is boring, shy and sometimes he can be angry when he doesn’t get his way. Narrator 1, She just loves high school She is smart, joyful spirt and always acts euphoric. The characters in the play suggest that high school is okay to their normal life, for example
“What happens when a picture reveals what we can’t say, when art is truer than life, and how falling in love is easy, except when it’s not” (Tregay, 2014). In a judgmental society it is often difficult to fit in, but even more difficult to embrace what makes you stand out. Sarah Tregay explores the difficulty of expressing yourself in high school, in her novel Fan Art. Fan Art follows Jamie, a senior in high school, as he deals with one of the most terrifying feelings known to all high school students, falling for your best friend. Although the novel was a heartwarming and fun read, it was definitely not my favorite.