So every started running away towards the exit except for the people who couldn’t get out of the roller coaster. While every person that wasn’t on the ride were running towards the exit, Flasher quickly put on his costume and went near the spaceship. When he was near the spaceship, he stopped and took a deep breath because he didn’t want to make a mistake. The bomb was beeping. He had 2 minutes and 45 seconds left until it exploded.
The crushed can is representing a collision that could happen. The last visual is a destroyed car thrown into many pieces to make a martini glass. This visual is showing you that many different accidents can happen while under the influence of alcohol. There have been way too many deaths and accidents happen while drinking and driving. The ads I have choose have very powerful meanings behind them.
In “The HitchHiker” there were many different effects, such of sound effects, and music. I could tell that the noise created a better tone, and mood for the tale. Such as when Ronald’s vehicle stalled while directly located on a busy train track. As he was frantically trying to restart his car, you could hear the train whistle off in the distance. At first, it didn’t seem too much of a conflict, but as the train begins quickly catching up to the helpless Ronald, you could hear the whistle get louder, and more vigorous with it’s dinging, and clanging.
In Sunset Boulevard (Wilder 1950), the space of mise-en-scene is used to ‘guide the audience 's attention across the screen, shaping the sense of the space that is represented and emphasising certain parts of it ' (Bordwell 2001, p.176). For instance, when Joe Gillis is escaping the repo men at the beginning of the clip, the main focus is the speeding cars coming from the background to the foreground of the shot. Another notable scene is when Norma Desmond 's character lifts the rug and the chimpanzee 's arm flings out and swings back and forth, it instantly captures the audience 's attention. This is done because ‘moving items draw the audience 's attention more quickly than a static item does ' (Bordwell 2001, p.176). This method of presenting action corresponds with the structure of classical Hollywood as it was ‘designed for on-screen events to
This is one of the reasons they think they can beat the greasers. The socs make the fights because of their money they feel dangerous. Also later in the book when the socs jump ponyboy outside the store, the socs get out of their car thinking how amazing they are to have the car. Thinking of the way they would end Ponyboy. Ponyboy backs them up with not only his bottle but his tone
The three of them liked to ride around on roller skates, and rode them out of the store they bought them in. One day, John and Lorraine were at the Pigman's house. John put on his skates and Mr. Pignati began chasing him throughout the house. John went up the steps and Mr. Pignati followed. Then Mr. Pignati had a heart attack running up the steps.
By looking closely at Faulkner’s use of diction and through his description of the characters helps answer aspects of the story that first seem ambiguous and unclear. Through the direct events of the story and the way McLendon acts, it is evident that Will Mayes manages to escape and run away. The barber, who is on Will Mayes’s side, began to tug furiously at the door of the car and is able to kick the door open and swing onto the running board, the little step outside of the car door. There are a couple events that proceed after this that prove that Mayes is able to escape. To describe how Mayes manages to escape, Faulkner writes, “The soldier leaned across to grasp the Negro and grasped at him, but he had already jumped” (179).
“The roar was still in the air, the buckling rumble of the fall. This was the world now. Smoke and ash came rolling down streets and turning corners, busting around corners, seismic tides of smoke, with office paper flashing past, standard sheets with cutting edge, skimming, whipping past, otherworldly things in the morning pall.” (P.1 L.19). DeLillo makes great of words which are often associated with disasters, such as seismic, tides and rumble. In addition to this, there’s a sense of movement throughout the entire chapter due to DeLillo’s choice of words, as for example he uses words like flashing, rolling, busting and turning to create a feeling of sudden chaos and destruction.
She makes her final attempts to stop the car. She screams an ear piercing cry as she collides with the stopped car. Glass flies everywhere, airbags deploy, as Anisia goes flying through the windshield. Anisia makes contact with a street barricade before finally dropping to the floor. As people rush out of their cars some to Anisia and some to the car that was hit, to see the severe injuries.
Tonya turned her head and jumped in a car and started chasing them in the car. She hit one of the cars on the side and it slung into a building. She slammed on her brakes and jumped out of the car. She raised the reckless driver up and handcuffed him. She got one reckless driver but there’s still one more to go.
Catapults get their power from tension and trebuchets get their power from gravity or men pulling ropes. First constructed in 300 B.C. by the Chinese and Trebuchets were also known as trebuckets, Trebuchets became known rapidly for their great power and exceptional accuracy. Trebuchets threw many things, here’s a list for you. The Trebuchet threw stones, sharp wooden poles, darts, fire, burning tar, burning sand, pots of Greek fire, feces, dead mangled bodies, disease ridden bodies, body parts, dead animals,
The unit used to enhance the cop cars were solaris LED flare strobes, which we ran into the dimmer board and Josh Thatcher built into chases” (william. P.48). Matthew’s statement was well explained during the 1992 L.A riot scene. Close-up on Dr.Dre riding as he’s scanning the action which is being played in slow motion. Mis-en-scene with garbage scattered around, burned buildings and smoke in the iar background and foreground angry L.A residents destroying cars and grocery stores.
When they got close enough I through the nearest one towards the display of famous pilot helmets. The rest that followed were all through towards the aircraft hanging from the ceiling or had their hearts ripped out. I had just enough time to catch Mark Buffet as he was getting into a black escalade. I wasted no time killing his guards and when I got to him, he was shaking from panic and kept repeating the numbers 7887 and pointing to the brief case. Pierce had caught up to me and was standing by the car door.
The announcer sends them off. The metal chain clicks again, slowly they go up, and just like that they are there. They drop, and the people scream. We wait for the next car, my mind is saying no, no, no. My brother is excited and so is my dad, I 'm sweating my shirt through.