Tim Burton is known for his comical but suspenseful films. Some of his best known movies were Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and Edward Scissorhands. Similar literature films can have less of meaning and surround around fantasy beliefs. Tim Burton uses the format of film to pull the spectator in and to teach some type of life lesson. In the two films Edward Scissorhands and Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, but relies on cinematic techniques such as editing and camera angles.
The scene in which Charlie first realized that he found the golden ticket uses a close-up shot. Charlie’s wide eyes and gaping mouth is evident to audiences as he stares at the golden ticket. His shock and excitement comes to life and is not only felt by Charlie, but by viewers as well. After seeing Charlie’s eagerness from finding the ticket, the audience becomes more invested in the plot and they themselves want to join Charlie on his future adventure to the factory. Close-up shots show the character’s feelings in intricate details which allows viewers to understand the characters and their feelings, thus making them more invested in the
Curly had slashed at Lennie's eye and his face was covered with blood. George yelled at Lennie "I said get him (63)." Both of these examples suggest George doesn't want Lennie to get beat up and he rather get in trouble and lose his job. All of this examples indicate the friendship of Lennie and George is
I want to smash his face in. I want to shout smash is face in!.” I want to see blood spurt out from Mr. Wingfield high ranking nose. “ This shows that Samuel is aggressive because he wants to see other people hurt. Later in the book it shows that Samuel is aggressive when Samuel and Richard were fighting and the author states“ His cheeks are swollen and one of his eyes is turning purple. I am proud of my handiwork” Sameral is aggressive because he doesn 't like when people annoy himself or tease him.
In "The Brute" a belligerent patient arrives and needs stitches. The patient is being dragged in and will not cooperate so the doctor does what any reasonable doctor would do; he stitches his ear to the table. In the end the doctor feels guilty for what he did but knows that it got the job done. Anger is an emotion that can cloud your judgement and cause reckless behavior. The doctor had enough of the criminals behavior, he was screaming, cursing, and will not hold still.
Stanley was so vulnerable in the beginning he let others abuse him like on page 20 “He threw Stanley to the ground. Stanley stared up at him terrified.” (Sachar,20) Because Stanley was vulnerable he let Armpit push him around. Also to prove my point that Stanley is vulnerable “if anybody gets a day off, it should be me. That’s only fair, right? I guess Stanley agreed” (Sachar 53) Stanley just agrees and runs off because he knew not to get on X-Ray’s bad side.
man. This conflict is an external problem. The main issue is that Chillingworth tortures Dimmesdale because he suspects that Dimmesdale was the one that committed the sin along side of Hester. When the people think that Dimmesdale is sick it’s because he is just so righteous but it’s mainly because of the fact that his secret is being tortured and pulled out of him, by Roger Chillingworth. Also another problem of man vs. Man is Pearl and Hester.
The maiden is very nice and has no hatred int the men that walk in, but with the butler he has never liked the old man and from the start wants to kill him. These scenes cause many different feelings with these characters. Some of these feelings are happy, bitter, insecure and scared. Both of these books have many differences and similarities that conclude with very interesting
“He doesn’t really need her, but he said he felt right bad about the way things turned out.” (TKAM, pg. 333). However, Helen did not easily escape racism. One morning, Bob Ewell followed Helen closed behind her while she was on her way to work, murmuring foul words at her, for no reason other than that she was Tom’s wife and he was racist. Although he did not attack her, Helen was terrified of him.
Style Analysis Tim Burton’s unique style grabs many movie watchers attention. When he was a child he always enjoyed monsters because he always felt like an outsider. His early inspirations and influences were Vincent Price who played in many horror movies,and the author Roald Dahl. He displays his character and setting in non conventional way giving him a unique style. He gives off this unique unorthodox dark style and theme of everything is not what it seems,or don’t judge a book by it’s cover.