I think that it 's a great story! I actually really like the writing style, because of the unformal language. I think that the language that 's being used truly makes the story. I don 't think I 'd like it as much if it was written differently. It wouldn’t be as entertaining, if it weren 't for all the extra sentences.
Thomas continues to have a quirky personality that makes him seem slightly crazy and silly. As the movie progressed the audience started to learn that the stories that Thomas told were mostly exaggerations if not complete lies. The movie seems to look at storytelling as a blur of truth and lies. Thomas himself says at some point in the movie that he is looking for both truth and lies. This can be a metaphor for the oral tradition that was especially used in Native American cultures.
This reader goes back to certain words, paragraphs, even sections and tries to find out if the author meant something else by his words. His writing, even though it’s modern, drags a little bit as if he was trying to fill pages before he went to the climax. This story was not boring, but it made me inpatient. I was constantly waiting for the next exciting scene. Slowly, disappointment came from me in this story.
Thomas is more of a nerdy story teller. He really like to talk, it's like he doesn’t have a filter, which causes him some trouble in some cases. Thomas has a lot of stories to tell and each one of them is very interesting. Victor on the other hand is a tough, warrior like guy. He, in some cases, kind of bullies Thomas.
Initially, I found the script difficult to understand, particularly due to the sporadic use of a virtually unknown colloquial language, and I was somewhat concerned about whether or not the audience was going to understand the themes behind the play. However, after the final curtain fell, I can truly say that I enjoyed the production and that the production team was fairly successful
It is like any other death in a movie. There becomes no connection created with the character in the film. But when Tom dies it is the most surprising and shocking event. The reason is probably because the film had a certain amount of time to cram the whole book in so they had to shorten the events such as To Robinson’s death. The movie detector still altered the scene without knowing that it may have an impact on the film’s mood.
The plot of the story is increasing on the way that is getting scarier and scarier. This story is like a graph that is only increasing and it nevers goes down. The mystery of the story was that both characters have never met each other before, but the scary part was that one of them knew how one man looked like and the other one knew how the name of the other man. It happened like if someone was behind their minds and was controlling them so they could meet each other and show to each other how they had been thinking and imagining to themselves a person that they thought it was part of their imagination. “I told him of my morning’s work.
There are many different types of stories out there, some which consist of love and others loss. Many people seem to think it is important to have sappy love in every good story. They think this because they have a lack of patience in plot building and need a certain amount drama to keep them entertained. However, it is possible to have a great story without any of that fluff. O’Connor’s “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” takes a different approach in a good story by introducing a slew of crazy irony.