Also after watching it I did not had some deep feelings about any of the characters of the movie and I did not got anything learning from that movie. For some of people who loves movie just to relax they might love it. I was excepting from that movie that it will show maybe something about Indian person who will get education and make something different in his life, but it did not. Another thing that I still wonder is the name of the movie: Smoke Signals. My opinion is that in the begging of the film smoke showed the death and trouble for somebody.
I was never touched by anyone but when I was in middle school and was growing into my womanly body, a boy who was 2 years older than me told me I had “milk jugs”. I didn’t know what he was talking about until I told my mom and she told me what he was talking about. The boy got in trouble but it just goes to show that middle school children may not understand the language used, especially in this book. I believe I should’ve never known what he was referring to at that
Verne's novels gained soon a huge popularity throughout the world. Without the education of a scientist or experiences as a traveler, Verne spent much of his time in research for his books. In the contrast of fantasy literature, exemplified by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland (1865), Verne tried to be realistic and practical in details. Arthur B. Evans has noted in Jules Verne Rediscovered (1988) that Verne's novels contain little of what the
The doctor then continued to question me about my organization. Obviously, I don’t have autism, but apparently obsessive compulsive disorder is something that links to tourettes. I guess I never noticed it at first, but my room is organized by color, and it needs to be that way or I freak out… Maybe the stress puts pressure on my brain? Who knows? I try to write my journal entries to the best of my abailty because I cant see a lot fwhen I’m trying to wtite or type.
Journal 14-Famous Lincoln Civil War Speech & “Sivilizing Huck Finn” While I was reading Sutton’s article, I remembered Mrs. Phillips saying how that the regular’s English class just could not grasp that Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is in fact not racist. Apparently Sutton had not reached the sophomore honors English class level yet either, which is probably not the best, seeing he is a book critic and has the ability to edit, or in my terms ‘butcher’, books to his liking. If he had seen Twain’s purpose-to make the book as close to real life and society as possible to really emphasize the satire traits, Sutton might not have been so disgusted. It actually annoys me that he would change the whole book, and all of its
The original version of Fahrenheit 451 was worse than I thought it would be. There were so many differences. The characters that played were, to me, not like the characters in the book. This movie is suppose to be “the near future,” and from watching the movie, none of the scenes seemed like the “future.” I was expecting for the movie to flow along with the characters in the book, and for the future to be the future. In the book I think there were a lot of strengths more weaknesses.
Garbology Essay Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash is a book to learn a lot from. I am going to be honest right now; there were parts in the book where I started falling asleep while reading because it did not seem very interesting for me at times. But overall the book gave me clear idea and a reality check of the relationship between humanity and trash and I was fascinated. Before reading Garbology I did not really pay much attention to the amount of trash I wasted and what kind of material I wasted neither. Now, I recycle the cardboard from the boxes my dorm furniture comes in and I place all my empty water bottles in a plastic bag and when the bag gets full I place it in the huge blue recycling bin in front of my dorm building.
I think this because nowhere in the text did the author mention anything about this story being in the future. Even the dialogue between the Seller and the Collector, was all spoken in the present. The bauble was supposed to represent Earth in the future after all humans died due to pollution. Some examples to prove that this short story was not written in the future are; the very first sentence of the story. “Now here sir, is a lovely-and might I say, traditional-example” The Seller pointed, pg.284.
I prefer the horror movies that have the good plot and understanding script. In my opinion, I think people crave for horror movie because it’s not something that we see everyday, it’s something that we don’t know and never experienced it before. It kind of give me more perspective of life. In the other hand, sometimes when I watched the horror movie, I promise to myself that I wouldn’t watch this kind of movie again because it gives me nightmare and give me the kind of fear that I don’t want. But when the next horror movie comes out, I go watching it.
This is done for several reasons which include the idea that an addition to the movie may enhance the story. *The book has more information about the story while movies are shortened and with less information. Also, for what the producer and director believe will enhance the entertainment aspect of the film, they made add information that was not at all seen in the book. So people should read the books before they watch the movie. The other aspect of the book vs the movie is the instant ability to re-read passages that at first the reader did not totally grasp.