We see a side of Beowulf that begins to lose his respect for the king. Instead of accepting the king’s wishes and accomplishing the task at hand, Beowulf continues to take notice of the witch and her views on the situation. Beowulf chooses to ignore Hrothgar's poor words about her, instead take into consideration that Grendel may have had reason for killing. Beowulf expects an answer to Hrothgar's action while demands for a reason to why he and his men should have Grendel killed. Unlike the epic, where the character Grendel is an evil being that should be eliminated, the movie gives Grendel a reason for being how he is.
The book and the movie are both really interesting but one is better than the other. The movie is both funny and action packed but the book is more detailed. So I enjoyed the book more. The film forgot a lot of characters and changed many scenes and it really frustrated me. Also in the book you can see more character development.
For example, when Atticus got spit on by Bob Ewell in the movie he makes a big deal about it. In the book, he rubs it off to show that there are still good qualities in bad people. This scene shows the importance of Good vs. Evil in the book and how in the movie they didn’t show Atticus’s, kind heart. Atticus would be represented on the Good side of the theme, but in the movie, they
Also in the movie that is different from the poem is how other men were hitting on woman. Another thing that is different from the movie and poem is how Beowulf show he has two different side to him. In the movie, Beowulf was considered both a hero and a Human. The Similarities between the Poem and movie is Beowulf,is considered to be a Hero for killing grendel. Beowulf was a powerful man and people trusted him.
Between the two Walter Mitty stories one is obviously better. the text is the better one because it doesn’t try to be funny it takes humor from real life situations. In the movie they try too hard to make it funny and it makes the jokes half as funny as they could be. In the scenes where he is day dreaming about the girl it is not something that the real Walter Mitty would daydream about. In the text it describes him as being the hero in his day dreams There are multiple reasons that the text version of Walter Mitty is better than the movie.
It shows that it will not affect her or her family because the government has made it so she can barely think. It is very notable that Hazel was the one who watched the event because it exhibits that she can still process information and feel sad about it, but it will eventually be forgotten. In comparison, George was the one to watch the television program while Hazel was washing the dishes in the film. This is unusual because George is still forced forget because of his handicap. Although in both scenarios they are sad, they simply, “Forget sad things”.
Hale does not want to turn against his religion, so he continues to agree with the court, whereas more innocent people are being accused and hanged. Also, in attempt to tell the truth about Abigail, John Proctor admits to cheating on his wife with Abigail, but Elizabeth lets her fear assist her in lying. John Proctor tells everyone in the court, previous to Elizabeth arriving, “she [has] never lied” (III.891.). With everyone now knowing that she does not lie, it makes her trustworthy and believable. Deputy Danforth then brings Elizabeth in to confirm what
A person may be suffering addiction, experiencing depression, expressing opposing views, or do something very bad, but those things do not define him/her. Chip is not defined by his recklessness (which is why he is chipped), but is instead defined by his actions and his heart. This can, and has, been applied to life by the people who watched Beauty and the Beast. Lastly, Beauty and the Beast teaches us that inner beauty conquers outer beauty. Beast realizes this during the movie when he starts to love Belle.
In Beowulf, there was no evidence spotted that seemed to imply that Beowulf went around boasting about the monsters that he had killed and replaying the events over and over again until people had begun to wish that he had not scored a victory over the monsters. Instead, he knew what he had done and he did not brag. This shows modesty in one of its highest forms. Brave people can be inspiring. A loyal friend can be comforting.
In scene 2 Creon figures out that Antigone was the one who buried Polyneices even though she knew she had broken the law. Antigone believes that people would praise her but, because Creon is present, they do not say anything. “I should have praise and honor for what I have done. All these men here would praise me were their lips frozen shut with fear of you... No, they are with me. But they keep their tongues in leash.” (Page 507) When Antigone says this it shows how she will not say that people are mad at her for breaking the law, she will not give in and say she did something wrong.