Tim Burton uses drastic makeup, contrast, and lighting to prove that things are not always as they seem. Tim Burton uses drastic makeup to make the characters stand out from the crowd, which makes them an outsider to everyone else. In Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton makes Edward, the protagonist, look very dark and mysterious. Kim, Edward’s love interest, has a negative initial reaction to Edward because of his appearance. His appearance makes him look as if he is a monster, but Kim later figures out that he is very sweet, loving, and nowhere near what she thought he was like.
Even though both are great stories, but there are still occasional differences.In both versions of A Christmas Carl three ghosts known as Past, Present, and Future attempt and succeed in changing Scrooge’s life for the better.Scrooge becomes one of the jolliest people in town after that Christmas Eve night (movie 1984) even though in the drama it’s hard to clarify that he is. In the movie there’s also more of an emphasis on Scrooge’s earlier life(movie 1984). Overall this movie is very much like the drama by Charles Dickens
The Christmas Carol is a great and popular story, people have made movies and plays about it, though the play can be more accurate. The movies can be very accurate to the actual story. Although it is not a very long play there are many different things going on. The story overall has a great message to it. As in, never say that Christmas lame or not worth it.
Noise! That’s one thing he hated!”(6). From this the reader is able to gather that the uproar created by the Whos is one of several characteristics of Christmas that the Grinch loathes. To his dismay all of the Whos adore their toys and making noise. The Whos even enjoy doing this together so much that they recreate their form of celebrating every year.
The main difference is the ending. Disney made “The lion king” from a tragedy to a happy ending, and i am crazy about happy endings. I cannot admire that all the characters are left dead. This changed my choice of which I liked the best. “Hamlet” can be boring, and “The lion king” is more fun because of all the music, and the characters are more likable and charming.
The animated movie was short, yet it portrayed the message quite well. It also had enjoyable illustrations and was more authentic. On the other hand I was less pleased with the written story because the illustrations obviously didn’t move, which subtracted from the story and characters. I also did not care much for the live action movie because I do not enjoy Jim Carrey’s type of humor. I thought the added smaller plot lines of the live action movie were also wholly unnecessary and served to merely obscure the main
Although in both scenarios they are sad, they simply, “Forget sad things”. This is dissimilar because though neither can remember, Hazel does not have a handicap. It makes more relative sense for George to watch in the movie because it shows the extent of the mental handicaps. The author made Hazel watch the programs because it shows how little intelligence average
While reading non-professional reviews, there are a lot of people that bash rappers for trying to make movies. Many say that 50 cent did a horrible job of acting in this film, but I honestly think he played the role well. He was not actor of the year or anything special but he did great. So his acting is not something I would change in this movie as most people suggest, but the downfall of this movie came from having some over dramatized scenes that would be a little too long. Also the dialogue was good but could've been way better if it gave us more emotion when speaking to each other.
I would also agree with the acknowledgements made by the authors, Sesame Street does include other important elements that make it everyone's favorite, nevertheless that does not justify and make the sexist profiling okay. Philip Cohen wrote "The Trouble With Disney's Teeny, Tiny Princesses", exploring other big companies that include gender profiling and sexist stereotypes. With the increase of animated children's movies, the exaggerations made between female and male characters to differentiate them are excessive. It's obvious that males are usually built bigger, and stronger than women but like "they almost always promote the same image of big men and tiny women" (Cohen). According to Cohen, the male characters hands are typically three to four times bigger than the women's, notwithstanding in reality, males wrist are only about 15% larger than women's.
One can only imagine that this year's VR experience (if there is one) will be much more advanced, but we are still skeptical especially after reviews about VR not working at Six Flags and many experiencing nausea and headaches. Plus, the hygiene of reusing the VR goggles is concerning, especially in horror experiences when folks are getting nice and
The Title of my book is UNBROKEN the Author of UNBROKEN is Laura Hillenbrand.The Publisher of UNBROKEN is Random House, UNBROKEN was published November 16, 2010 and there are 307 pages in UNBROKEN. UNBROKEN talks about a little boy named Louie Zamperini who would alway get in trouble. The reason why I decided to read UNBROKEN for my summer reading was because it sounded like it would be a good book to read over the summer. Laura Hillenbrand is the author of the 1# New York Times bestsellers UNBROKEN: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption and Seabiscuit: An American Legend, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, won the Book Sense Book of the Year Award and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, Landed on more than fifteen best-of-the-year lists, and inspired the film Seabiscuit, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture. She is serving as a consultant on the Universal Pictures feature film based on UNBROKEN.