The theme of the movie unclear, and gets across no message. The directing is horrible, the scenes were cheesy and raw. The movie is hard to watch and is dull. The acting is vague and the main characters speak in a low tone that is hard to understand. The movie has no realistic conflict that gets resolved.
So despite the cross-dressing, and the occasional alcoholism displayed, the film’s morals are firmly conservative. There’s no endorsement of drag-queening to be found here, just a steadfast belief in doing whatever is necessary for good old capitalistic gain; all that is peppered with men in lipstick for jarring comedic effect on the intended 50’s mainstream audience. This film is many things, but modernist it is not. The director may have tried to make some new twists on old themes, but in the end the studio produced a movie based on tried and true values that sell tickets. Like Osgood declares with only a hint of disappointment: “Nobody’s
Little does Gertrude know, the drink is poisoned. This introduces a new outlook for readers on Claudius because readers see that he doesn’t actually care about Gertrude because he knew the drink was poisoned and didn’t stop her from drinking it. We then soon see Hamlet’s true emotions as he shoves the poisonous drink down Claudius’s throat to get justice for his mother. Act V contains a continuous amount of deaths and acts of violence. The most major death in the entire play occurs after a series of events take place that lead up to it.
After the three murderers killed Banquo, they go to recount the news to Macbeth. Showing no reaction to the news of his former comrade’s death, Macbeth only thinks of himself: “Then comes my fit again. I had else been perfect” (Shakespeare 99). Macbeth, asking if Fleance is dead, is only tormented after hearing that Fleance escaped and remains a threat to his crown. Macbeth’s quick transition of concern from Banquo to Fleance exhibits his disregard to the people close to him, a distinct behavior often tied to sociopathic people.
These two works are similar because Harrison is shot and killed in both the movie and the story. For instance, in the movie the handicapper general shoots and kills Harrison and it is broadcasted on live t.v. This shows the similarity because just like in the movie the handicapper general shoots and kills Harrison while being broadcasted on live T.V. This movie and story have many similarities but nevertheless these these stories have many key differences. For example, in the movie Harrison plants a bomb and this causes more tension, however in the story there is no bomb at all.
“She didn't believe Matt because he was only a ‘disgusting clone.’ A dull rage at the unfairness swept at him” (105). Matt always thought that the fact he was discriminated against because he was a clone was unfair. However, he would often call himself a filthy clone and wave his status in María’s face. Compare this to later in the story, “‘Once you’re in control, you’ll destroy the opium empire and tear down the barrier.’
Another example of fraudulent government is through the attempted censorship of Harrison’s speech and assassination. The handicapper general does not want the viewers to be motivated by his words or astonished by the action she was about to commit. In comparison to the short story, only one circumstance of censorship was presented, and it was not used to the extent of protecting Diana Moon Glampers’ reputation as it was to cease the chance of future rebellion. Diana’s notoriety
Or both. For a good hook does not guarantee aesthetic merit--it is merely a means to aesthetic merit, and far from foolproof. The chorus of "Take Me to the Pilot" is as compelling a melody as John has ever recorded, but the lyric is gibberish which has drained energy from singers as honest as Ben E. King and Patti LaBelle, and every time the melody leads you to the gibberish there is reason to resent it more. Or again: John 's affected pronunciation of the word "discard" ("diszgard") on "Don 't Let the Sun" is a kind of hook in itself, and also a turn-off in itself, an aural itch you can 't scratch. On the other hand, in "Bennie and the Jets," which is one big hook--as compelling and catchy a performance as John has ever concocted--the way some fairly standard images of pop stardom are given life by the music makes the lyrics
The movie was not necessarily bad; however I was quite displeased with the lack in detail which the book had strived in. The disappointment began with the casting Homayoun Ershadi as ‘Baba’ or Agha Sahib. In the novel Baba seems untouchable – unreachable – because he towers over ordinary men. Needless to say, he also towers
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.
As a side note, clockwork orange is a vile, wicked movie, which you guys should not bother watching. It is a demonic, sicking piece of garbage. That is a warning. I do not suggest that you watch that disturbing, evil movie, at all. On a lighter note, the video that Bunnee just put up, not too long ago, was a waste of my time to watch, but she looks neat-looking in it in some ways, but the video is lame, for the most part, with the queerish-looking dude in it, which is not Dogman.
Johnny killed a guy in self defense thinking he would get the electric chair. While the socs beat up many greasers and almost killed one without even having to worry about any punishments. In 2012 something similar happened when a kid named Ethan Couch killed 4 people, violated 5 laws, and only ended up with 10 years probation and rehab at a vacation resort. When S.E. Hinton wrote The Outsiders, she understood that there are many inequalities under the law that severely affected lower class and upper class people. These inequalities are still around today, as shown by the Ethan Couch situation.
Unlike the book, the movie portrays him as a very friendly and likeable person. This is conflicting to the book were in reality Chris wasn’t always a nice person often times he was abrasive. A great example to this is that in the book, Chris’ relationship with Tracy is very one sided. Tracy has a huge crush on Chris but Chris doesn’t like her much. While the movie shows them dating.
Hitler murdered millions of the Jewish people because he believed Jews were of a lesser race and they deserved to die because they ran most of the banks. Hitler’s mass genocide of the Jews and others that he viewed as not perfect, was mostly biased on the fact that he thought he was cleaning the world and he never thought of it as corrupt. Hitler’s actions of killing innocent people is also much like Macbeths murderous behavior, in which they both put morals to the side, to get what they
" Unless you do know them have witnessed their past behavior, you 're right. Judging them would be wrong, by prejudging them without knowing the individual, or being prejudice. No one is saying that Hitler wasn 't charismatic & he was brilliant in how he was able to completely transform an entire country into accepting that he was a Savior from Providence. He was able to convince them that they were the so-called "Master Race" over the entire planet.