The bright colors and contradicting new art everyone sees causes riots and fights to break out. All of this is taken to court where everyone witnesses the mayor himself change color, and the people began to see that changing color is something you cannot help showing, similar to one’s emotions. Pleasantville is a movie where routine driven families go through big changes with the help of the three sociological perspectives. Each perspective guides viewers into further understanding why and how the characters begin to see color. The movie is well thought
Although she had an idea to make into a song. In chapters 7, she performed the songs to her friends which they loved. Then suddenly Officer Lafferty barging into the club saying they’re making too much noise. Officer Lafferty threatening the kids and even pushed Sharon, which she was pregnant. When Lou stood up for her the officer was going to hit her until Calvin got between them.
Revenge of the Bridesmaids is a comedy movie which talks about two bridesmaids plan to destroy a wedding for their best friend because the bride stole their friend’s boyfriend. It is not a hit movie and certainly not a blockbuster, but I think it will brings a lot of fun to the audience if it is adapted into a musical. This movie starts with one of the main characters, Abigail, as voice-over, explains the relationship among her, other two women Parker and Racheal, and the bride Caitlin, each’s personality, their childhood together and why she and Parker and Racheal do not like Caitlin. When this part is performed on the stage, there will be an exposition song singing by one of the performers who is taking the part of Abigail to explain the whole thing, with other performers acting aside about things that are described in the lyrics, including things that happened when the main characters were kids (acting by young performers). This song’s title will be “Things You Should Know,” and there will be some dance combining with acting.
The experiment was supposed to last two weeks but ended up only lasting six days because of the way that people abused their power and did not do the morally right thing. In the Stanford prison experiment, the guards were too afraid to go against the guard that was taking charge because he put himself as this role of a higher authority. He took charge and all the other guards followed him even if what he was doing to the prisoners was wrong. The rest of guards stood by it and let it happen because they were afraid of what would happen to them if they did not. The power got to their heads and they mistreated the boys even when they knew it was the wrong thing to do.
Pat acknowledges that Tiffany is a “slut” and that he cannot be associated with her sexual behavior if he wants to get back with Nikki. We then see how Tiffany attempts to become friends with Pat and accepts to give Nikki Pat’s letter just as long as he becomes her partner. He accepts and begins to attend her practices. Meanwhile, through each rehearsal we can see a change in Pat’s upbeat behavior – he is more calm and composed. During one of his practices, Tiffany gives Pat a letter that supposedly came from Nikki.
They start understanding each other. Joe learns how to love and treat other people from her. Unfortunately, a time comes up that she has to leave joe and go with her auntie Karen. At the same time, he has a championship game. He could not help himself; therefore, he gets injured.
Carole and Clark called each other “Ma” and “Pa” and preferred to live a life away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood. They lived, instead, on a ranch in Encino, California where they could hunt, raise livestock, and ride horses. The main source of conflict between the newlyweds was Clark’s wandering eye. At the start of the 1940s, Carole returned to comedies after a string of dramas that were not enthusiastically received by fans. After working on Alfred Hitchcock’s only comedy, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Carole played alongside Jack Benny in Ernst Lubitsch’s To Be or Not to Be.
An additional piece of evidence is how whenever an audition or show didn't go as planned, Anna’s parents always showed compassion by reassuring her that one poor show wasn't the end of the world. After Anna’s Shirley Temple performance gone wrong, Anna’s parents convinced her that she should continue to pursue her acting career. Lastly, Anna’s dad showed benevolence for Anna by listening to her when she told him she needed a break from her constant shows. He brought her up to the Catskills and they spent the weekend together. When they drove back to the city, her dad said: “‘You
In Equality's society rules are supposed to provide structure and balance, but at some point these rules just become a method of complete control. The house of council suppresses the individuality of all the people by creating laws and regulations to hold everyone equal. The house of council holds them under such a tight guard that the people do not know any better. The laws presented in Anthem are occurring in today's society; people are allowing it to continue until someone like Equality revolts against the government, and puts an end to the unjust ways of the governing body. The citizens cannot speak, love, or even think without being in fear of being punished by their own governing body.
Good afternoon, everybody. I apologize for being late; however, my car had been mobbed on the way here, that 's right, surrounded by aggressive throngs of people, all screaming and yelling in a free-for-all cacophony, some even fervently/vigorously hammering on my windows. Imagine this happening to you, every hour of every day of your life. Strangers scrutinizing your every move, cruel eyes judging your every action, hungrily waiting for you to make a single mistake, greedily devouring even the most minuscule details of your life. In fact, just last week, I saw a full size article on where I buy my yoghurt!