The movies use creative lighting and colors, entertaining main characters and songs that are catchy and memorable. If the movie appeals to kids, often a parent is watching too and he doesn’t want them to get bored. Tim Burton uses close ups, crane shots, music, and high/low key lighting to create multilayer movies that appeal to all ages. Tim Burton uses close ups to show elegant details about a specific object in his movie. From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka would be
This means what you do or have done affects the future. If you change the future will change too. In the beginning, Scrooge is an angry man who only cares about money. Everyone dislikes his attitude and rudeness. His old business partner, who died, came back as a ghost to warn him of his bad ways.
In the movie Ebenezer Scrooge is an old mean man who hates Christmas. On Christmas Eve Scrooge is visited by different ghosts. The first ghost he was visited by was his former business Partner Jacob Marley. Jacob was in shackles when he arrived. Scrooge asks why and Marley states he wears the chain in which he forged in life.
Both writings had many similarities, but no so many differences. In both the movie and the story Jacob Marley was dead, and his name was still on the sign where Mr. Scrooge worked. One night Marley started to haunt Scrooge and told him about what would happen to his future if he didn’t straighten up. There were also three spirits that came to his house, there was the ghost of Christmas past, the ghost of the Christmas present, and a ghost of the Christmas yet to come. All three spirits took the Scrooge somewhere.
The ghost takes Scrooge to see and hear things for himself. Overhearing a conversation from a group of businessman, Scrooge hears them talking about the death of a rich man and how all the shady people take his stuff to go and sell it to make a profit outs of it. Scrooge then travels to the Cratchit's house and sees that the family is struggling to bear with the death of Tiny Tim, and Scrooge, as frightened as can be, asks the ghost to know who is going to die. Suddenly, Scrooge finds himself in a churchyard where the spirit points towards a fresh new grave with the name on the top of a headstone reading, Ebenezer Scrooge. Charles Dickens wrote Christmas Carol in a novella form to let the people of Victorian Era England be kind hearted to everyone, especially the rich to the poor.
Lastly on the point of Falstaff’s character, the thoughtfulness with which it requires to construct such a formidable personality comparable to Shakespeare’s audience, is imperative to the understanding of his reverence for Falstaff over Hal. It is also noteworthy that the virtue of a character is not pertinent to his/her appreciation from the standpoint of literary or intellectual admiration. In the movie The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger received a lot of praise for his portrayal of the Joker. To suggest that a writer or producer favored the Joker over Batman, is not a statement of outlandish proportions. The liveliness and realness of the character may thus well contribute to a more positive appreciation than the overall morale of the character.
In both, Mr. Scrooge is an old miser who hates Christmas and cares very deeply about his money. He is warned that he needs to change his ways, or, after death, he will be chained for eternity. He eventually does change and is kind to everyone. Greed is dissolved and love is evident. The play and drama are very similar, but different
The little boy clenched his Mickey Mouse stuffed animal looking at it, looking up, and realizing that all of his dreams were coming true. Realizing that dreaming is the key to pure happiness in life. All of this was made possible by one man, Walt Disney, who had the same rising dreams and passion. As Walt Disney once said All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them...
His anger caused him to only think about revenge. Nelson 4 Finally, Prince Hamlet is greatly affected by his dead father’s ghost. Young Hamlet develops into an evil mad man all because of what the ghost informs him of and instructs him to do. He pretends to be mad, but the readers are led to believe he truly is mad. Hamlet became conflicted after meeting with the ghost.
Out of those four I think that Fences is a movie that needs to be shown to future semesters. Everything felt on point and I really appreciated that they kept the “vibe” of a play throughout the movie. While I liked all of the movies, Au Revoir Les Enfants was my least favorite film. It was, at best, interesting. There are so many good foreign films that don’t have such a slow moving plot.
There 's something to be said for the kind of horror movie that while not actually scary, at least in my opinion anyway, remains incredibly re-watchable. Maybe Phantoms is scary, but lost some of the chills somewhere around the twentieth viewing. Strangely I feel that Phantoms may be more well-known from the Kevin Smith film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, rather than for its own merits. Though I do have to agree that Ben Affleck is pretty bomb in this film, he 's not the best performance. That doesn 't even go to Peter O 'Toole, but rather Liev Schreiber.
He loved it so much that he went into theatre with puppetry. He loved puppets ever since he was little. He even quoted “The most sophisticated people I know- inside they are all children” Also, “My hope is still to leave the world a bit better than when I got here. Which means that he wanted to make a difference in the world, and he sure did. Jim Henson was a great innovator.