Friar Lawrence sends Friar John to Romeo, but Balthasar finds him first. Just as Romeo is hearing of the death of Juliet from Balthasar, the two men are passed by Friar John, who is unaware that Romeo is right in front of him. They increase the irony even more in the movie, and by doing that, I feel like the audience can be more entertained. While the difference was notable, it did not affect how I viewed the story very much. Zeffirelli probably wanted to shorten the scene while still adding drama, and he did just that.
To the unknown eye, Hitchcock has carefully and skillfully used Mise-en-scene to his advantage, causing the audience to feel fear and a sense of caution towards the character of Norman Bates. It isn’t until we reflect back on the scene and notice how intelligently Hitchcock uses the positioning of props and the characters, lighting, camera angle and staging, that we notice how he has added meaning to his characters but has also to the film, creating suspense and fear from one scene to the end of the film. Ultimately proving the point that Hitchcock “the master of suspense” uses Mise-en-scene to not only help make a brilliant film but also uses it as his disposal to add meaning in his
Redmayne plays the character of Stephen Hawking very well. He is able to mimic the traits and posture of Hawking’s condition suffering a motor neuron disease. Another important point to note related to the plot and characters imaging is the directors’ decision to add or omit certain characters from the books to the screenplay versions. They often do this to overcome books with first person point of views. In order to be able to visualize the main characters’ story, the films need helps from already existing characters or new characters.
This play was written by William shakespeare. It would be shortcoming such as pride or greed. Marcus Brutus in the tragedy Julius Caesar has the characteristics of a Shakespearean hero. Brutus’ tragic flaw was his trusting nature. He trusted the other conspirators because he didnt ‘love Caesar less, but loved rome more’.
Macbeth Advances the Plot What qualities Do you know someone who has changed into a different person in a short period of time? In Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, a similar action occurs. Macbeth is a loyal and trusting person at the beginning of the story, but as it progress he turns cruel and manipulative. Throughout the play Macbeth’s changes in personality and decisions add conflict and help advance the plot. One reason Macbeth is interesting is due to the progression of the play, from exposition to resolution.
Acting out a play requires effort, hard work, and the feel as if the play is happening right then and is believable. Setting, costumes, gesture and facial experiences are amongst the many requirements to achieve a excellent play. In watching the different scenes of Hamlet act 3 scene four, it was evident that, although the same scene, were all done quite differently. Kenneth Branagh did an admirable job and portrayed Hamlet brilliantly all the while keeping the feel of “Shakespeare”. The Ethan Hawke version is more modern with guns and clothes, thus losing the feel of “Shakespeare”.
Personally I like the play on the book better than the movie, because I can imagine all the scenario and how Oedipus was reacting to every single issues that was arriving and not just following a movie scene, I imagined my self on different positions on the play and actually have the time to put me on that position, that is almost impossible to do it when I watched the movie. The movie didn 't clarify anything, but add a part or I will say add a whole day to the play, to show Oedipus and Jocasta on bed and having a romantic encounter as husband and wife, I didn 't see this in the play, but that addition make me felt more concern about how if they have a suspicious about their relationship they didn 't care and keep acting as husband and
Some audiences may enjoy movies like Warm Bodies and feel inclined to read Romeo and Juliet after. Although technically these audience members may not have a scholarly interest in Shakespeare’s works, the continual revival of Shakespeare’s tropes keep him relevant amongst populations other than just scholars. In fact some scholars believe that these constant reproductions of Shakespeare are necessary for keeping his name alive. Film and English professor at the University of Southampton, Shelly Cobb, believes that “Shakespeare and other classical authors are ‘literary ghosts [who] need spokespersons to articulate and perform their lost secrets’”(Cobb). Every modern film and piece of artwork that adapts and appropriates Shakespeare reinvigorates audiences to continually interpret the meaning of Shakespeare’s works.
" Movies are used to educate people on past events, current happenings things to happen. It is a form of communication which good writers employ their creativity skills tell a story. Some are just fictions well packaged and delivered to viewers. Choosing best movies comes with some form of difficulty as it is been said that opinion are like noses and each has one. But sometimes there is a concensus about particullar movie being the best.