Outside Looking In No one person is the same as the other; however, many people judge others when they look or act differently. What society does not recognize is how much one can accomplish when being slightly different. Tim Burton is one person who recognizes the greatness in being different. Being a bit of an outcast himself, Burton shows that outcasts can attain boundless things with the right mind set through his films. Burton has directed things like Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, and Charlie in the Chocolate Factory.
Tim Burton shows so many moods and tones in his movies through his cinematic emulation. Some of his movies, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Burton shows the effect of a more realistic movie where Charlie wanted to sell the ticket for money and not experience a once in a lifetime experience. However, in “Edward Scissorhands”, he conveys a gothic style and tone through the outsider figure. Tim uses the techniques of lighting, sound, and editing to convey the effects of a more gothic and ominous style. First of all, sound is an important concept in any movie.
Good characters in Macbeth are less in number, and also seem to be characteristically less deeply constructed than the evil or corrupted ones. Everybody has a seed of corruption planted deeply in them, ready to spurt into blossom. Those who let their evil side win, the becoming the true villains acts on these dark drives and commits something morally wrong, like our man character, firstly portrayed as a dashing military genius, Macbeth. When he first receives the prophecies, he is not bothered by the fact that it was spoken by three mysterious, ugly and seemingly evil witches, he actually considered the words of the prophecy.. "Two truths are told,... but what is not" (line 137-152, Pg 27-29). Even tough we see him arguing with himself and feeling disgusted, showing that he is very much humane, and his only fault being way too ambitious.
This ironic foil is an interesting aspect of the first “autobiography”. While both men have a major imbalance between professional success and internal happiness and rely on the help of ghosts to help overcome these deficiencies, the implication of the stories could not be more different. Imagine if a university’s exemplar was the redemptive tale of Scrooge, that would read like something from The Onion. Even though Confessions relies on more outrageous claims than A Christmas Carol, it is viewed as reasonable source material for the birth of a
Just because someone is different it does not mean they are a bad person. In Tim Burton’s films then main character is usually an outcast. However they also end up being the hero even though they are different. The ones who think differently are the ones are the ones who will bring change. Tim Burton makes Edward stand out even more than he already does by placing him in a perfect uniform town.
The flirting escalated throughout the entire novel to a point where they were kissing and hugging. This disrespect that Mattie displayed to Zeena went beyond trying to steal her husband. Zeena had one favorite dish in the entire house. The pickle dish was one of her most prized possessions. “The cat did break the dish; but I got it down from the china-closet, and I’m the one to blame for its getting broken”(Wharton 89).
Not in the sense that he does not care for those around him. It is quite the opposite, he often expresses that the fate of his loved ones greatly affect him. He even ends up being in some sort of depression after each and every murder. But the point is, that even though he knows what happened or what is going to happen, he continues to be inactive, instead of finally starting to act and trying to prevent any of the unfortunate happenings. Although, he should actually be the one getting involved, as all of this is his fault for creating the monster.
Mary Warren is a character who generally has good intentions but does not have the bravery and uprightness to follow through with these intentions. She becomes part of the court that condemns witches and seems to be proud of it and enjoys the power that comes to her with it, but she begins to feel guilty when innocent people are being harmed because of it. When it seems that she will do what is honourable and just, she breaks down and proclaims that “[Proctor] wake me every night, his eyes were like coals and his fingers claw my neck” (119). Here, Mary is snapping under the pressure when she cannot do what is right by revealing the truth but rather being corrupted by Abigail and doing what lacks any uprightness and scapegoating John by accusing him of witchcraft, which ultimately leads to his death. Another character who is used to show the dangers of acting without integrity is Reverend Parris.
The lies Arnold tells also defines what type of a devilish character he really is, and uncovers what he truly wants in the end no matter the cost; Connie. He tells Connie that he is really 18, but there could be no way he is. Connie does not recognize him at all, and she notices the aging on his face like he was wearing a mask around himself on not shoe Connie his true identity yet. It 's believed that his name isn 't really Arnold Friend his name represents that, he is an old friend. “His smile faded.
He gives a deeper meaning to his stories with his use of creative costuming, intriguing lighting, interesting editing, and camera angles.Without them , Burton’s stories would not be as appealing to people. Body#1 Tim Burton’s style in costuming is expressed in a unique and divergent way. For example, In Tim Burton’s film, “Edward Scissorhands”, the costuming was a little oddball and they were dressed as stereotypes. The characters in this movie were dressed in amusing clothing. On the other hand in his movie, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, the characters were a little bit more routined and put together.