As a movie enthusiast, I often struggle for an answer when people ask me about my favorite character, not only do I have dozens of characters on my “10/10” list, I also find that each character is great for different reasons. However, I believe Sniff, a little mouse in Who moved my cheese, written by Dr.Spencer Johnson has inspired and motivated me on my way to succeed. The title “Who moved my cheese?” usually attracts people as their first seen. It is a short story which mentions about big changes in Hem and Sniff’s life and how they faced with. Sniff is a small mouse.
Good Will Hunting is a movie written by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon that was made in 1997. It follows a janitor named Will Hunting from the slums of South Boston with a secret talent of genius level intellect who works at the highly renown college MIT. Will is a very relatable character as he experiences some of the everyday struggles that we all go through as humans, but as we all do has his own inner demons that he is dealing with as well. Throughout this paper, I will go over the major disorders I fell the character has and explain why in both my own opinion and with research backed evidence. The two big ones are Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder which is the mental disorder I think the character suffers from.
Cheese symbolizes what we want to have in life and Maze represents where we spend time looking for what we want. Every day they spent time in the Maze looking for their special Cheese. They used their characteristics in order to discover their own kind of cheese. The mice possess simple rodent brains but good instincts while the little people have brains filled with many beliefs. When finally found their Cheese in Cheese Station C, they also established their own routine.
He interesting part of the story was only well into the movie do we even learn the crucial information that Guido is Jewish. Dora, a gentile, quickly comes to love him, and in one scene even conspires to meet him on the floor under a banquet table; they kiss, and she whispers, "Take me away!" In the town, Guido survives by quick improvisation. Mistaken for a school inspector, he invents a quick lecture on Italian racial superiority, demonstrating the excellence of his big ears and superb navel. The message of the film that it can relate this into our lives that whatever problems that we encountered we need to have faith we need to fight for it no matter what happens we need to face his problems because we know that God is always there for us.
With respect to genre, The Kitchen is regarded as "a realistic play in its way of describing the real busy kitchen" (Raymond 41). The relationship between the worker and their boss, and the workmates among themselves is considered a realistic element that involves the audience. Besides, the relation between a newcomer and a hard job mirrors the real life. Comparably, the social realism in Look Back in Anger is reasonable and comprehensible. The "unreasonable disorder of the sequence and the normality of the characters" – reading newspapers, arguing, and ironing clothes- are made to symbolize a level of social realism.
I believe it is easy to admit that we all love a good action movie that makes you think, cringe, and hold your breath while waiting for the next move all at once. For myself, some of my favorite these types of movies, or TV shows in this case, are centered around a newcomer navigating the new prison lifestyle. As mentioned by Dawn Cecil (2017), the new inmate arrives, gets beaten up, befriends the well respected prison vet, gains the guard/warden’s trust, and once they settle into their new lifestyle the next thing you know they are scaling a wall or swimming through sewers to make their escape. I think it is safe to say while this plot can be all too common, some directors have been able to put an excitable spin on a predictable plot. When evaluating what I believe to be two of the best: The shawshank redemption (1994) and Prison break (2005-2009) I have come across some key criteria that sets both apart from the pack.
Some of his most famous works include The Mind in its Natural Environment (1996), Fear’s Control on the Mind (2000), and Manipulating the World for Your Success (2011). A self proclaimed analyst of the complex actions of humans, Bryant draws his examples from situations he has witnessed and experienced first hand. The intricate detail and description of each scene illustrates a visual for the reader and allows them to truly understand and believe his argument. The businessman in the corner of the crowded plaza stands impatiently; waiting for his brother to meet him to walk together to the nearest bar. Slouched, he leans against the brick pillar of a small pizza shop.
Homely details add to the realism of the play. Simple words are used repeatedly, like they might be in fairy tales. When Bartley is looking for a piece of rope, Cathleen says 'Give it to him, Nora; it's on a nail by the white boards. I hung it up this morning, for the pig with the black feet was eating it.' The symbolic use of color is also typical for the play.
The biggest plot twist is, when we find out that the narrator stalks Elsie in the end. Throughout the story, we feel that they know each other and actually are a couple. We've been led to believe that mainly because of her clever use of ambiguity. "...she follows the schedule pinned to the refrigerator in nearly every way. "10 and "She's been doing so much better lately, since I stopped those letters"11 In the beginning, those sentences seem harmless, but when we find out he's a stalker, we are caused to think twice and the sentences get a whole new creepy meaning.
The main characters in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas are Bruno, Shmuel, Gretel, Bruno’s mother, and Bruno’s father. Bruno is the protagonist of the story, he is nine years old, German, and is short. He used to have hair but it was shaved as a result of lice. Bruno is very curious and this can be seen through all of his exploring. He is also nice, he gave Shmuel food because he saw how skinny he was.