Into the Woods is a great stage production and even a great movie. But there are some things that make one better than the other. Which one is better? The stage production is better for multiple reasons. Into the Woods is about some of our favorite characters from our favorite stories, like Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, along with Cinderella, any others.
This time the gang tries to beat them up but this time they have a new strategy. Peter hides his phone and calls their principal while all this is happening. The strategy works however their principal doesn’t like the idea of students having her phone number. Feeling hopeless and out of options the boys go to Garvey for support, he tells them to fight without words, left confused and slightly angry Cole is not sure what to do. The next time the gang comes at them Cole decides to sit down because he figures that they wouldn’t fight people sitting down.
But may I not venture to suggest that you will find my idea of sport more diverting than Ivan’s?” (Connell 16). Rainsford and Kane both faced internal conflicts about how they are going to survive. They can either run away, die like cowards, or they can stay and try to survive against their problems. Kane does not deserve to be alone in his fight against the antagonist, Frank Miller, because he has helped his town so much, but no one shows gratitude by volunteering as a depute. In this film a character named Baker states “I don’t believe it!
Randle was able to provide the male patients with more therapeutic care than their own professional nurses by just letting them express themselves. McMurphy was able to make an impact on the other characters, teaching them valuable lessons along the way. Lastly, McMurphy added the humor necessary to create entertainment, but kept the seriousness of the film. Had the character of Randle P. McMurphy not been created, the movie would not have been the same, the film might not have even been
Walter Mitty I thought that the movie was better, because it shows more of what is happening. It shows what he is doing and what the movie is about. The movie gave better detail than the book. It actually showed what Walter was daydreaming about, and what he wanted to happen in his future. Walter Mitty wanted a happy life and not a sad one.
This pride of his is what got him and his men into their situation in the first place. It is obvious in the book and the movie that everything that happened could have been prevented if Odysseus would not have tried to take all the credit for the defeat of the Trojans. During the movie and the book Odysseus’s arrogance, ego, and pride get in the way of him and his men getting home. If it weren't for him they could have all made it home to Ithaca instead of just Odysseus by himself twenty years after he first left
For example, he lies, his actions with Grendel’s mother, and his actions with the Queen. All of these show how Beowulf’s morality is not exactly the same heroic qualities the reader remembers from the book. In the movie he seems to have more bad qualities. Beowulf is not really a bad person, but from watching the movie the viewer can assume that Beowulf is almost more human-like. When reading Beowulf the reader can see how he is such an epic hero and has all the good qualities like being heroic, brave, loyal, and being basically superior over ordinary humans.
I also found it interesting that Mahito and Orlando enjoyed being in groups. For Orlando, enjoying being in groups makes sense because he has the outgoing personality to match, but Mahito's cultural personality is a little harder to understand. For
He also risks his life to save Megara from death. In the myth, he also performs labors defeating many monsters, but he does not do them to save anyone. He does them to console himself over his own guilt. In American culture, heroism is valued because everyone wants to have their knight in shining armor. In Greek culture, it may not have been as important because heroism is not as prominent in the myth.
The phrase is used almost one hundred times in order to give the impression that most of war does not contribute anything new or helpful to humanity. Soldiers grow up with dreams that they will go on marvellous adventures or slay the wicked in order to be remembered, yet this is true for some not all. The Glory and romance of war are searched out by many, but many will be forgotten or die
Johnny is proof that we shouldn’t fight because earlier in the book we learn that he was jumped by Socs, and since then he was always different. Later in the book we see how this really affected Johnny because he ended up killing bob, the soc who tried jumping him and ponyboy. If the socs never tried jumping then neither Bob nor Johnny would be dead. I will apply this to my life by always trying to find a better solution. We now know from reading this book that fighting may solve problems but it will create bigger ones.