On the down side, I think that they lacked the amount of extra effects needed. They did do a great job on adding in the disco ball to wrap up the play, but I do think they could have added more. However, overall the Phantom Tollbooth was a fantastic play. They provided great sets, costumes, and effects. While considering how hard it is to put on a school play I think that they did a great job!
Still I would recommend the book and movie to anyone older than 10 because it gets a little grotesque in some parts, but it was still a good movie/book with a good plot and was very enjoyable to read/watch. Try when watching a movie you already read the book, think of all the good similarities and you are definitely going to make the movie seem so much
As the only live action film made by Dr. Suess, this movie comes with and expectation of the fantastical. To say that is delivers, would be an understatement. In a movie that originally failed, new viewers are finding the whimsy they’ve always wanted. The movie brilliantly brings to life the world of Dr. Suess books, and has been acclaimed for its visuals. But for once, the fantastical elements we love are being connected to the antagonist.
In all honesty, the story should be the selling point of this film, yet Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe are the “poster boys (if you will)” of the film, and are absolutely perfect with this respective renditions. Gosling brings the jokey humor, while Crowe adds the brawn. Add-on a stellar performance from the youthful Angourie Rice, and it culminates into a wonderfully rounded acting extravaganza. In the end, it’s tough to find an aspect within The Nice Guys to dislike - and from my point of view, there’s nothing there. This is an excellent film production from start to finish, and even poor box office returns won’t change that.
It brings people together but can close minds and tear them apart. It is innate yet learned. It can be harmless but at the same time spiteful. For me, subtle humour is most enjoyable. The show about nothing, also known as Seinfeld is my all-time favourite television show.
It was a gritty emotional book, and it totally fascinated me. Although, I loved this book, sometimes I thought the high school drama they were going through was a little over the top. Some scenes seemed like too much for real life. I love when you finish a book, and you know right away that you’re going to compare the next book you read. The characters jumped off the pages, they were so raw and honest; it was easy to picture them in real life.
For example, in both movies, some teens are represented as arrogant, disobeying and mean. Which as we all know isn't a real stereotype for most of us. However, only The Maze Runner shows a good example of youth. They used Thomas as the good example, showing that some teens can actually be kind and intelligent. The movie Ten Things I Hate About You shows youth in a more stereotypical way because the movie constantly shows scenes where teens are either partying, making out or doing other rebellious things.
The 3 best movies are Clueless, Zootopia, and the Benchwarmers. All these movies are interesting, and have a nice story line. Clueless is a more realistic movie, Zootopia is a just for fun, and enjoyable movie, Benchwarmers is a heartwarming movie, and can be inspirational. All these movies are fun to watch, and even more fun to learn from. Clueless is a movie taking place in a high school, and gives many different perspective points.
They form a beautiful friendship that leads to an unexpected kind of love. Filipino rom-com films often star hit love teams such as JaDine and KathNiel. Setting Empoy and Alessandra as a tandem in the movie was a risk worth taking because they put up a good chemistry on screen despite their disparity in looks and their previous roles. In the first few minutes of the film, the acting of the characters especially the extras
I went to a public middle school for 3 years, and one year in a public high school. The culture there is all about popularity and the social latter. To “fit in” you would almost have to curse, do drugs, have sex, wear the right clothes, and be able to stand up for yourself, (or have friends that could stand up for you). The dignity of others was not in concern; if you liked something that’s not “cool” you would be ridiculed and almost bullied for it. Things like being proudly religious are frowned upon; people who are proud Christians are often called a “Jesus freak” until they aren’t proud of it any more.
While the movie shows them dating. The problem with showing the viewer that Chris is this wonderful person all the time is that it’s fake. Showing the character’s his faults makes him more relatable. On top of that Chris is very intriguing on his outlooks of the life he lives adding a sort of mysterious enigma to his character. “Some readers admired the boy immensely for his courage and noble ideals; other fulminated that he was a reckless idiot, a wacko, a narcissist who perished out of arrogance and stupidity—and was undeserving of the considerable media attention he received” (Krakauer – Author’s Note).
Consequently, “Pretty in Pink” was a decent film that did have its hilarious moments and upsetting moments. “Pretty in Pink” is a film that is not my favorite genres, however the acting that was done in the film was very enjoyable to watch and caused for the film to grow on me and become one of my favorite movies. This film is a must see and will be a memorable movie to watch and can be relatable to anyone in high school and the older generations’ high school