Worst To First: Ranking The Harry Potter Films Harry Potter was a global hit like any other stories and movies. But, unlike any other films, Harry Potter started as a book that was written by J.K Rowling. Since the book became well-known, the contract for this book to film it was greatly phenomenal that leaves the die-hard fans of the Harry Potter books in anticipation. And the fans were not left in disappointment when the Harry Potter film series were released in theaters. The directors of Harry Potter series had done a great job of showing the audiences the world of witches and wizards, the issues and love between them that leave the viewers with satisfaction.
The problems in the story all revolve around Morgoth and the elves and their want for the Silmarils. Morgoth the main antagonist is in our world Satan. He lusts for the Silmarils. He wants them for his power. He uses Fingolfin to get turn Feanor and get the Silmarils.
When thinking of a hero, the reader would normally presume the Messiah as the hero, or Adam, or perhaps even Eve. However, Satan’s character is such a dynamic and complicated one that it is compelling not to ask; can Satan somehow be a hero too? This one topic has been debated for hundreds of years. While he does possess an obsessive thirst for vengeance and havoc, Satan is also the most likeable character in the poem. The poem’s intense focus on his nature presents a psychological profile of a being with a conflictive personality.
The reason behind this is when, At the time of Harrys’ birth, a dark wizard roamed the country, and this wizard so happened to be at his prime (strongest). Shortly after Harrys’ birth, a prophecy was formed, the prophecy stated, "The one with the power to vanquish the Dark Lord approaches... born to those who have thrice defied him, born as the seventh month dies... and the Dark Lord will mark him as his equal, but he will have power the Dark Lord knows not... and either must die at the hand of the other for neither can live while the other survives... the one with the power to vanquish the Dark Lord will be born as the seventh
During Mythological times Loki, the god of mischief depicts an ancient version of our more modern character The Joker from the DC Universe. Joker reimages our interpretation Loki in many ways, for example, both have an aptitude for causing chaos, mayhem, and are a catalyst for change. Negative human emotion caused by early psychological stress have a correlation with late behavior as can be observed clearly in the Norse god Loki and the Joker. When comparing both Loki and Joker they do not seem to have the same motives in why they revel in our creation of chaos. However, they both express the same desire to cause such chaos.
Social issues and the psychological problems rampant in the world since the Great War of 1910 serve as the building blocks of horror and thriller in his works. Mr. Mercedes is one such thriller novel by King, with not even a hint of supernatural in it. All of the supernatural, horror and pseudo-science phenomena that are usually the centre of King’s work are totally missing. The story could have been another generic and traditional detective novel but it defeats the purpose of that genre by letting the reader know the identity of the detective and the killer from the very start. The novel is focused on the detective’s battle with
Vivian Saroufim Ms Chon Writeing The Magic in the Harry Potter Movies The Harry potter movies are about magic but the real magic is the work and props and special effects and more importantly the hard work put into the films. In the movies the used so many props when filming they occupied five warehouses to store all of the props. There was also an Animal Department, a Creatures Department, a Visual and Special Effects Department, and so many more, all of these props were necessary and helped make the story by J.K. Rowling really come to life. The animations in this film are kept to a minimum but there are a few witch add some real drama to the films. Some examples ore Quidditch was the work of the special effects and visual effects
Aristotle said that the best plays have both anagnorisis and peripetia which occur nearly at the same time. In the majority of plays and movies there are examples of anagorisis and peripetia. They both effect the play or movie immensely. Sometimes it may work but sometimes it may not. Anagnorisis is a moment in a play or any other work when a character makes a critical discovery.
Pottermore now publishes news and articles concerning the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, including ones of J.K. Rowling’s unpublished writings; pre-2015 Pottermore, however, offers an interactive reading feature, where users could go through interactive books as if they are a part of the wizarding community: buying school supplies at Diagon Alley, getting sorted into Hogwarts houses, brewing potions, dueling and casting spells. When I accidentally discovered Pottermore in 2011, the narrative-loving side of me – which also extends to role-playing and simulation games – was instantly intrigued. I could transport myself into another setting, another world – especially the world with magic! I started on the first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, and went through the whole journey to the end of Harry’s first year, though mainly focusing on the interactive parts and not so much on the story itself. Even though I was not exclusively committed to the story then, I remember being determined that I wanted to explore and commit to the story more once I got a
Villainous monsters and demons were much like the sliver of the population that still believed and practiced Animism, which is closely related to witchcraft. Unimaginably strong and grandiose heros were the war heroes or Christian leaders of the societies with exaggerated qualities. These stories reflected the good versus evil struggles that were current as well as the ones in the