The movie The Lovely Bones follows the initiation pattern of the hero’s journey from separation to return, but alters some of the elements to form a modern adaptation of the traditional storyline. Susie Salmon goes through the separation phase, journeys through the liminal zone, brings an ultimate boon back to humanity, and dies, but does not reintegrate into society for the rest of her life and return as a hero. Her atonement is split between her family and Mr. Harvey, though Susie moves on instead of seeing through the death of Mr. Harvey. Additionally, Susie does not meet with an actual sex goddess, but taking revenge on Mr. Harvey acts as a substitute for the sex goddess in certain ways. The separation stage of the story begins when Mr. Harvey murders Susie on December 6, 1973.
4.Create a character through the camera 5.Desing a costume. 6.Plagerisim report 7.reaserch 1. Annotate the poem and research: Summary of poem: The poem starts out with a highwayman (this is a thief who use to hold people’s carriages they usually come on horseback) visiting his girlfriend Bess who is the daughter of an innkeeper. He 's on the move (meaning he will be back the next day after he has robbed some people) so he only has time for one kiss. But in the shadows Tim the ostler who loves Bess listens and tells the red coats.
Stagecoach follows the journey of nine passengers, each with his/her own unique background. Among them are a prostitute, an alcoholic doctor, a pregnant lady, a whiskey salesman, the stagecoach driver, a U.S. Marshal, a banker, a Southern gambler gentleman, and a fugitive. While they are all headed for Lordsburg as their final destination, each has a different purpose. The Ringo Kid’s entrance scene in Stagecoach begins with an extreme long shot that gradually shifts closer to a long shot of the stagecoach.
Their settings might be the most different with these stories, one is an old West town and the other is a island full of trees. With the conflict in High Noon Will Kane could run off in the sunset towards the Mississippi if he wanted to, while in “The Most Dangerous Game” Rainsford can’t run no where. There are some similarities in this huge pile of differences. The Main characters, Will Kane and Sanger Rainsford both are great shooters which is apparent when you read these stories. These are two amazing stories that are a great read, or watch of you seeing High Noon, with a lot of differences but the small similarities are also enjoying to
They arranged for the rigors of go in hop off towns like St. Joseph and Independence, Missouri, which thrived from the development of the furnishing business. There, pioneers obtained Conestoga wagons for the trip and loaded up on supplies like nourishment, weapons, and ammunition. Because of subjective stories about the savage Indians that voyagers would confront along their path, explorers on the overland trails frequently overloaded weapons and ammunition to the disadvantage of other more important things. When they set out, pioneers confronted various difficulties: bulls biting the dust of thirst, over-burden wagons, and diarrhea, among others. Trails were inadequately checked and difficult to take after, and explorers regularly lost their direction.
“[The salmon] were already dying. The change from salt to fresh water had turned their flesh rotten” (75). While these two uses of metaphorical language occur years and dozens of pages apart, they both paint a grim picture of what lies in store for Toby. As Toby and his mother crossed the Continental Divide, likely one of many landmarks passed on the long journey from Florida to Utah, the car “boiled over again” (1). As the pair waited for the engine to cool, they heard the shrill wail of an airhorn from above.
Given he is a white man, his words will be hard to grasp for the Indians. Therefore, Dunbar’s loyalty is another aspect that gets portrayed in the challenges of Dunbar’s growth. Although Dunbar is a tranquil person, he feels the resistance to tell “Kicking Bird” the truth behind his arrival at the fort and the future of the frontier, his loyalty to the U.S army is greater compared to same loyalty to the tribe. It is after he has fallen in love with “Standing with a fist” Dunbar leaves his past and expresses his identity as “Dances With Wolves” and a member of the tribe. The guilt of his is unclear answers enlightens him, leading him to tell “Kicking Bird” about the white people.
Chapter Two: All The Pretty Horses In spite of difference ideologies, race, nationality, and gender, All the Pretty Horses has been credited with representing a new cowboy protagonist who is coming to conflict and ruin as he rides through landscape. Although the 16 years adolescent John Grady Cole reflects the culture of Texas ranching, All The Pretty Horses responds to the frontier 's modernization. The protagonist, John Grady Cole is conscious that something is 'happing to country '. The novel concerns the disappearance of the cowboy in the wake of an increasingly urbanized American society, and the attempts of John Grady to resist it. He does this by heading southwest into Mexico, where he hopes to maintain a pastoral lifestyle.
This thriving town, however, has some hidden dark secrets. “Not far from this village, perhaps about two miles, there is a little valley, or rather lap of land, among high hills, which is one of the quietest places in the whole world (6).” However, this place is known to for supernatural events occurring in this place. This includes a “ghost of a Hessian trooper, whose head had been carried away by a cannon-ball, in some nameless battle during the revolutionary war… [riding along the shadows in The Sleepy Hollows on his nightly quest for his missing head] (7).” The Headless Horseman is probably the most influential character in the story. The reason being this is that the all townspeople always mention him and tell stories one another about him. It’s like that if he symbolized the town.
After watching Fyodor Bondarchuk’s two part film, the Inhabited Island, and using my past knowledge of one of my favorite genre, I became convinced that this is another instantiation of the typical western superhero journey due to its character development of the main protagonist, Maxim, and its use of special effects. I postulate that Bondarchuk used the classic novel by the popular Strugatsky brothers to create an action filled, western-inspired blockbuster film which played a functional role as a piece of Russian propaganda to distract the public from an accumulation of certain geopolitical events during the time of its release. As we initially meet our hero, Maxim, we learn that he is a space explorer from a futuristic earth where the space race has evolved to exploring alien planets. In the first few scenes
Many Events happened on May 9th concerning general interests, crime, and the wild west, all topics were interesting in their own way if it’s been about murder, a wide range show, or creating a pill. On May 9th “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show opens in London for the queen and her subjects for them to get a good look at what real Cowboys and Indians were.” (“Buffalo Bill’s Show”). Cody a.k.a. Buffalo Bill held a small career for the 1 season with Judson then carried out his own career and stayed on stage for the next 11 seasons. Cody wanted an outdoor exhibition for more success and less cramped stages… “ and started Buffalo Bill’s Wild West.
He also talks about his habit of fist fighting. In the movie York 's salvation came after a really bad day and a night of drinking he was struck by lightening on his way home from the bar. In reality his salvation came for two reasons the desire to make Gracie Williams his wife and his mother happy.3 It also didn 't happen through a bolt of lightening. York said later of this scene “A bolt of lightening was the nearest to such a thing that Hollywood could think up”4. The depiction of the turkey hunts and the shots for parts of the beef are true.
What Was Better the Book or the Movie? Gavin Hood 's adaptation of Orson Card’s book Ender’s game is a great representation of awesomeness.Ender wiggin played by Asa Butterfield is an example of pure genius but however some of the details are off such as him at graduation battle instead of his toon being in different rooms, they are right there with him throughout the whole battle when they destroyed the whole bugger planet.Another detail that was left out of the book is the chapters in the book that were just all about Valentine and Peter.I think this is good for the movie because in the book it was kind of long and drug out.If they put this in the Movie it would make it longer and most likely lose the audience!Another key detail that I think
The Trail To Seven Pines is a book involving the revered Hopalong Cassidy in the Wild West of the late 1800’s. Hopalong is a drifter who helps out those in need. He has a very stern demeanor that he often uses to entice his opponents. It starts out with Cassidy riding along when he spot a group of riders riding along the bottom of the mammoth canyon wall. Immediately, he decides to follow them and after a while hears some shots.
To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the best-loved stories of all time that tells of the ways of the Old South, but in a deeper sense it portrays a town recluse (Boo Radley) that quietly makes friends with two of the town 's children and saves them after they are attacked by Bob Ewell. The reader will notice several minuscule differences between it and the movie, one thing remains the same though, the relationship that the kids share with Boo and the way it grows and how they bond.The makers of the film To Kill a Mockingbird modeled by the novel written by Harper Lee were faithful in regards to the way the children build their relationship with Boo, how Bob Ewell becomes angry at Atticus, and how Boo Radley is able to save the children from Bob Ewell by stabbing him in the chest with a steak