Jenn Doll, from The Atlantic, explains that “Because a criticism of how it should have been -- and almost always plays out better in our minds -- is in some ways part of the fun of seeing the movie made from a book we love” (Doll). It is an exciting experience to anticipate what we know already in our minds, to be projected into the real world. Overall, the book is a thrilling read, the movie is a thrilling visual, but nothing would ever beat the books complexity of feelings and
He writes: “The first fifteen minutes of Hotel Transylvania serve as a very clear indicator as to how the majority of the ninety-one minute runtime is going to play out – a gag per second mishmash of fart jokes, slapstick violence, and eye-rolling one-liners. The focus shifts quickly from one gimmick to the next, with no time for jokes to resonate, resulting in an overwhelming stream of gags.” In this review, Kendrick uses a very professional tone when discussing the film, which is not meant to appeal to his reader’s emotions. However, an additional rhetorical strategy that the author uses to achieve the review’s purpose is antanagoge.
The movie captures most of the scenes that are in the book but does not catch them all. The book had more eventful scenes and scenes that “wowed” me! I love the book it really brings out real life lessons about how we should appreciate what we have in life. If the movie didn 't cut out so many films it would have been a better movie.
I could watch these movies over and over again and wouldn’t get tired of seeing it. If I was going through the tv guide I would immediately choose “Step Brothers”. At times during the movie the relationships between the main characters are not as great as they were at the beginning of the movie, but always get resolved at the end. The similarities that these two movies share is that the two main actors of the movie are not the brightest and do funny things, in character. When these actors are not in character they are very different, they are smart and comedic at the same time.
It’s like when you watch a rerun of your favorite television show as a kid and suddenly understand jokes you would’ve never gotten when you first watched it. That is why I would choose this book to memorize. It is one that kids can read and have a fun time doing so, yet when they mature to adults, they can understand its true message and
As a musical that is created based on a blockbuster, the basic story framework is without novelty – an ugly but kind-hearted ogre experiences lots of dangers with a friend, saves the princess like a hero and wins her heart in the end. However, I have to admit that Shrek the Musical does a fantastic job to convert a movie into a Broadway show, considering the high level of complexity and difficulty for a team to humanize animated characters and imitate scenes. There are a lot of details, including Pinocchio’s growing nose, in the musical that show off the elaboration. Undoubtedly, the scenery is one of the brightest spots in this musical.
Children generally have a tough time understanding mature themes, like the ones in The Odyssey. Due to the fact that the movie is for children, the work of art by Homer is lost inside. Overall, O, Brother Where Art Thou?
I’m not a big fan of watching movies, but when I do, I can find interesting aspects in all genres of film. I particularly enjoy documentaries and comedies. I thoroughly enjoy learning new things, and when I am not learning I just want to view something that makes me feel good. One of the best medicines after a long, hard day is laughter. Documentaries could be placed in the fine arts academic category.
Any child who was fortunate enough to be raised anywhere except the underside of a rock has certainly been exposed to Walt Disney movies at some point in his or her life. One of the most famous of these childhood classics is “Disney’s The Little Mermaid”. Most children and parents alike probably assume that this colorful tale was woven straight from the brain of Walt Disney himself. However, to the shock of most viewers, this feature film draws its premise from Hans Christian Andersen’s 1837 fairytale, “The Little Mermaid”.
As a young adult, I have learned to appreciate the little lessons from movies e.g. Finding Dory, Inside Out, and Cinderella. Each lesson they teach can be taken in the simplest way possible and even on the deepest way possible. I feel as though the five best children’s movies are Monster’s Inc., Princess and the frog, Toy Story, Frozen and UP. I chose the children’s movies Monster’s Inc., Princess and the frog, Toy Story, Frozen and UP because these movies hold a special place in my heart.
I have to admit that this story really gets me excited. I’ve never been more obsessed with a fanfiction before. To be honest, I think it’s because for once Felix is in the 3D version of Miraculous Ladybug. I don’t know, I’ve always just liked Felix’s character and thought that he was worth being put into the Miraculous Universe instead of the Quantic one.
Logic, the ability to create a consensus and deductive reasoning, is perhaps the most important of the three rhetorical devices. Reasoning is an essential aspect of the human domain, one that not only persuades, but also incites mutual understanding. Entertainment such as movies, use this logic to appeal to our sense of imagination and the thrill we seek in life. Tarzan is a fictional character that appears in the upcoming movie The Legend of Tarzan.