Although no movie based on a book is fully satisfactory, it is always amusing to watch the storyline in a different light. 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
This is significant because it adds romance and anger to the story, which generates a lot of suspense and it interests people. Overall, I believe that the play is a more effective version of The Diary of Anne Frank. The play provides way more specific details which grants you the privilege to imagine and picture the feelings and actions the characters go through in the secret annex. Although the movie provides a motion picture, the play is the finest way to demonstrate the secret life in the annex, of The Diary of Anne
After all, there was a whole romance in the movie that did not really appear in the book except for a brief mention of Winnie and Jessie getting married eventually. Ms. Babbitt’s writing has a flair for the descriptive unlike any I had seen before. It quickly became apparent why Tuck Everlasting has become such a popular piece of literature. John Steinbeck, while having a different style of description than that of Ms. Babbitt, is also very talented at painting a picture in “The Chrysanthemums.” A few of my favorite descriptions he wrote are as follows: “She brushed a cloud of hair out of her eyes with the back of her glove, and left a smudge of earth on her cheek in doing it” (p. 49). “His eyes were dark, and they were full of the brooding that gets in the eyes of teamsters and of sailors” (p. 52).
This movie will be fun because Madea have always had a background for making funny movies. The movie will be fun because it shows in the commercial Madea is afraid, and that's a instinct she usually doesn't have in movies. Then it shows that Madea hitting a clown,
few more stories, and poems. Anne of Green Gables became a huge success, it came out into movies, television shows and musicals. The book had spectacular scenes that would not bore me so I could learn a moral of the story in a funny or an easy way.Lucy has a great capability to relieve her stress by writing and her books left many good impression to people until
Are Princesses Really Fit to Lead? When someone was a child, it is most likely that they watched a princess movie or a fantasy movie and wanted to be like them or even imitate them.The princess fantasy is one of the most common and pervasive archetypes in popular culture and can be traced to ancient literary and oral mythological traditions. The fairytale genre of fiction that emerged in Europe and North America in the seventeenth century continues to influence depictions of both male and female characters. The princess remains one of the most common depictions of women in fantasy, and elements of this archetype influence the way that “non-princess” women are depicted in film and literature (Isitt, “Princesses”). However some critics believe
There are many similarities and differences between some of literature’s most famous works. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare can be compared to Harper Lee’s, To Kill a Mockingbird. Both works are very well-known to most. There are obvious relationships between the two. Despite an obvious difference, that one is a play and one is a novel, they can be compared with their plot, literary devices and subjects.
The theme of love is present in the Perks of Being A Wallflower and the movie Dead Pool. The main characters in both the movies and the books are in love with each other. It made their lives really difficult because both really loved each other, but life got in the way of them being together. This happens in real life too. That’s why so may people enjoy these two stories because they can relate.
The subject of King Arthur is one of the most popular of all time and his stories have been retold in nearly every form of media. In fact, some would argue that Arthurian legend is “part of our cultural currency” because “despite its aristocratic and theological genesis, the Matter of Arthur has irrevocably embedded itself in modern British and American culture” (Sklar 5-10). Because today's western countries practice a fusion of Christian and Pagan traditions, today's people find comfort and familiarity in Arthurian legends. We can relate to and even value the Christian ideals that they live by. Yet, we also find ourselves fascinated by the magical aspects that are included in his story.
In one way, wonder woman is seen as iconic, especially through the eyes of the actress that plays this character in the film; in other ways, Wonder Woman is seen as over-sexualizing the character of a heroine. Avatar director James Cameron says that it “wasn’t groundbreaking and its star – Gal Gadot – was overly sexualised" (Nevins 2017). On the other hand, a user on Metacritic, GeorgeZA, states this film “introduced me to a superhero that feels more real than anyone else that has ever come from Marvel or DC 's stable of movie universes” (Metacritic 2017). He also mentions that the film is “action-packed, hitting some emotional tones and visually very impressive”, which is very similar to my personal opinion. My thought on this film is that it was very designed; everything fits well with each other.