The Hobbit Compare and Contrast The Hobbit written by J.R.R Tolkien in 1932, it was later published in 1937. 75 yrs after the book was published it was made into a film by Peter Jackson. The Hobbit is the tale of a hobbit who lives a quiet life until he meets the wizard Gandalf, who takes him on a great journey with others. Between the book and the movie many things are done very well and can clearly be seen taken from the book. Nevertheless there are many amazing similarities, there are also many common differences that some people don’t agree with.
Mother was wondering what was going on and why father didn’t just ask him in. After watching him and wondering what he was doing wondering all over the backyard and into the garage the mother hollered out and said he could come inside. Once inside, the man was weird.
Robin Williams was an avid actor. He starred in a myriad of movies but, they were a different time than Marilyn Monroe. He was born in a time later than Marilyn. For example, he starred in movies such as Aladdin (1992), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), and Jumanji (1995) (Robin Williams). These were all in the 90’s which was after Marilyn had passed away.
In the book author use word “simple and obvious” for horror movie.Horror movie will not give you instant scream or shock as roller coaster but it makes you scared mood in few hours or few days. Also when we watching horror movie we got feeling that someone is watching me or feels like someone is next to me. The author write “when we exhibit these emotions, society showers us with positive reinforcement, we learn this even before we get of diapers”. It shows we always know the feeling before things happen.Horror movie always have sick joke or dirty job or something that impress people, this help people to watch their movie because you cannot get those feeling when you stay normal in real life. People always want something special in life, that’s why they travel around the world and try to find something that other people don’t have.
This connection between Pluto and the narrator symbolizes how the evil thoughts that the narrator begun to fathom early in the story would follow him throughout his life. That is why the narrator cut one of Pluto's eyes out, hoping to scare the cat away (Poe 436). This symbolizes the first way the narrator is trying to get rid of the evil in his life. The narrators devilish attempt failed, though. Later on in the story, Pluto shows back up after the narrator thought he had scared Pluto away.
He is so disturbed that he confesses and tells the police where to find the body. Another reason why this story shows suspense is because One night, the narrator slips into the old man’s bedroom, removes him from his bed, and drags the bed over his body to kill him. He cuts him into pieces and buries the body under the floorboards. And the third reason why this story show’s suspense is because he opened the bedroom door and felt a sense of exhilaration at the thought that the old man did not even dream that a foul deed was afoot. The Monkey's Paw" is a classic, even amazing, story of supernatural suspense.
On the other hand, in "The Umbrella Man", Roald Dahl shows dialogue in the story so that the reader can understand how the man tricked and deceived the woman into giving him what he wanted. For example, the man speaks to the woman genuinely until she gives him the money, but the woman is constantly suspicious. Without dialogue the reader wouldn't know why the woman would be hesitant into giving him the money and how the man achieved the money. In addition, in "The Landlady" the characterization of the lady is shown by using her words and behaviors in the beginning, middle, and end, such as when she said, "Everyone has to do that because it’s the law of the land, and we don’t want to go breaking any laws at this stage in the proceedings, do we?” The characterization of the man in "The Umbrella Man" is shown by using his dialogue to show his deception and trickery, such as when he said, "If only you would give me in return a pound for my taxi-fare just to get me
“Do not judge my story by the chapter that you walked in on.” Nobody knows who wrote this quote however it is very good nonetheless. This quote shows that one should not judge another without first learning about their past and holds great significance in the novel To Kill a Mocking Bird. More specifically this pertains to Boo Radley. Over the course of To Kill a Mocking Brid Boo is seen as a maniac but as the story progresses the readers view of him changes from a crazed psychopath to simply a misunderstood boy. In the beginning of the story Boo is seen as crazed psychopath who eats cats and spies on people at night.
The sound then crescendos to make it seem as if Edward is being cheered on by the crowd. Burtons use of sound supplies an effective tool to allow the audience to understand the mood of the setting. This technique can also be found a while earlier in the movie, when the grandmother sits with the granddaughter to tell a bedtime story. There are bits of audio between the two, describing Edward Scissorhands and produces an idea of the movie topic. The grandma is almost set up as the narrator for the first part of the movie so that the audience can understand (or get an idea of the movie) the plot of the film.
Burton uses these flashbacks to have the audience understand why Edward acts certain ways or does certain things, relating his current life to what had happened to him in the past. Burton also uses low lighting in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, in scenes of Charlie’s house. This is to have the audience feel the gloom and dejection of the impoverished family and feel sorry for them. By using specific lighting techniques, Burton is able to pinpoint exactly how he wants a scene to look and feel to the
The father then ushers his son to go inside to clean himself up, the audience however knows that that is not the only reason he was told to go inside. This is a false alarm though and so the audience are back into a sense of security. All these help make it far more shocking and dramatic when something or rather someone is there. In this shot a line goes through his neck, yet another use of the guillotine
When he had told his mother about how the people attempting the demon ritual had been taken to Hell she had just said, ‘You had me worried for a moment there. I thought you were being serious. Where do you get these ideas from? I really need to keep a closer eye on you while you’re watching television.’ (page 63) This causes major problems for the main character. He is trying to get help to stop the demons from invading, but nobody will believe him.
This is illustrated by the character Harry Hodby, who lives in a town that judges one by their looks, house and family, but not for who they truly are. An example of this is the Hodby household, which on the outside is smeared with oil. Due to this, the town’s people like to tell everyone, “You’ll see it. Or smell it," not realising how clean and nice it and it’s inhabitants are on the inside. This causes sadness in Harry, leading him to get in a fight with Craig Randall over the snide comments made about the house, "even though I [Harry] agreed with every word."