Harry Potter - It consists of a series of seven novels written by the British author J. K. Rowling. These are fantasy novels which are quite popular around the world. These stories are based around a young wizard, Harry Potter's life whose friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley help him solve various mysteries. These books are mainly based on the genres of fantasy, drama, action thrillers and so on. They rank no.1 in the entire world.
The book Hamlet was written by Williams Shakespeare and first published in the year1603. The book ‘Hamlet’ is one of Shakespeare’s most famous books; it has been acted out several times for various occasions. Various people have also produced the movie Hamlet. I have watched a couple of ‘Hamlet’ movies produced by various people and in different years. But I find this very one most interesting, Hamlet produced in the year 2009.This is so because the movie is produced in a 21st century setting, which makes me able to relate with it faster.
John Coffin is the title character in the John Coffin series of novels by popular British detective crime mystery author Gwendoline Butler. The series features detective John Coffin as the chief protagonist in a series of criminal mysteries in East London. We first meet Coffin in the first book of the series, the Receipt for Murder where he is a leading detective in South London. Unlike his colleagues in the police department such as Inspector French, he is highly ambitious, fast rising to the rank of Chief Commissioner in later book. He has been twice married, tying the knot with a famous actress after the death of his first wife.
Lily Forrester is the chief character of the Lily Forrester series of novels by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg the American author best known for the writing of mystery and thriller novels. The first novel of the Lily Forrester series was Mitigating Circumstances that was first published in 1992 to much critical acclaim. The first novel was so popular that Jonathan Demme the award-winning author bought the film rights to the work in 1993. The first novel in the series was meant to be a standalone novel and Rosenberg would not write another title in the series for eight years. In 2010, she wrote the second novel in the series Buried Evidence, which was followed in quick succession by two other novels in the still ongoing series.
Seven Psychopaths – A Review The movie was released in the year 2012 and is a black comedy crime movie. The main characters of the movie are played by Collin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson. All of the actors have performed well and they have added a bit of a spice of their own in the movie. In the wake of building his reputation for being a playwright, Martin Mcdonagh critically acclaimed movie showing up in 2004 making the Oscar-winning, half-hour Six Shooter, set on a train in nearby Ireland, where bemoaning widower Brendan Gleeson is confronted by a gun toting psycho. He tailed it up in 2008 with his first film, the astounding, In Bruges, an insightful cross between Hemingway's The Killers and Beckett's Waiting for Godot in which Gleeson and Colin Farrell play Irish bounty hunters holding up for their psychopathic British boss to steer their next undertaking.
Yet he wrote the greatest novel of the American Civil War, perhaps the best fictional study in English of fear The Red Badge of Courage” (Hoffman). The Red Badge of Courage according to James Woodress in his review of the novella said, “It is the most famous of all novels written about the Civil War” (Woodress). Another text, also by Crane and about war titled Episode of War was quoted to be how, “ Crane focuses on capturing the way war and injury isolate the soldier both from his fellow soldiers and from his family. Crane additionally demonstrates the fear experienced by the man and explores the way his injury shapes his perceptions” (Derda). Throughout time, both of these stories were well liked and intriguing because of their realistic qualities that were made by the strong use of diction, actions, and sense of emotion and thought throughout the novel.
The Queen’s Head the first novel of the series opens in the period immediately after the death of Queen Mary of the Scots by beheading. It is also a time of turmoil between England and its neighbors as the Spanish Armada threat is finally extinguished. All the turmoil is reenacted in England’s finest theaters where the likes of Nicholas Bracewell’s company make a fortune in acting them out. But things quickly go downhill for Lord Westfield’s Men, England’s most beloved company when an actor is killed in a brawl. What follows is a spate of accidents, robberies and
Disney: SWOT analysis and current situation 2014 year was quite successful for the Walt Disney Company not only its shares reached the highest prices, but the company went through unambiguous cross-platform triumph with its Frozen franchise, spurred enthusiasm for the coming sequels to the original Star Wars trilogy, and waiting for the opening of the new Shanghai Disney Resort. (BURROWS, 2015) Moreover, the media corporation continues to implement at the highest level, in spite of confronting pressure in its film and broadcasting holdings. In this part we are taking a brief look at a current situation at Disney’s business and performing a SWOT analysis of the company, estimating its Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. Disney creates, produces, markets and distributes ideas through a huge extent of media platforms. As it was mentioned earlier, the company operates its revenues from the five segments.
PVR Leisure focuses on Food & Beverages and retail entertainment concepts like bowling. About DT Cinemas: DT Cinemas is the fully owned subsidiary of the DLF Group. The multiplex chain started its operations through its first multiplex at DLF City Centre in Gurgaon with a vision to create a complete retail experience for the Indian Customers through the best retail entertainment. DT Cinemas has been showcased as the “Entertainment Anchor” for DLF malls by being the robust footfall driver. DT Cinemas have been screening movies since 2003 and is in sync with their customers’ needs to provide an ultimate movie experience.
Aravind Adiga is an Indian Journalist and author. His introduction novel, The White Tiger, won the 2008 Man Booker Prize. The White Tiger (2008) is the contrast between India’s rise as a modern global economy and the working class people who live in serious rural poverty. Between the Assassinations (2008) refers to the period between the murders of Indira Gandhi in 1984 and her son, Rajiv Gandhi in 1991. Kiran Desai, the daughter of Anita Desai was born in New Delhi, now she lives in the United States.