When he uses close ups it really helps convey the emotions on people’s faces when they are sad, angry, happy, ECT. In Edward Scissor Ha It can let the audience know if what the characters are reacting to what someone says or does. In the film during the flashback scene of the factory it used close ups to show the faces on all the machines and also how happy the inventor was. Another example is when Jim locked Edward in the house. He used close ups to show how scared Edward was when the alarm was going off and also close ups on his hands when he’s trying to open the door but can’t.
Emmanuel Minto December 11, 2012 Mrs. Seltzer Language Arts-104 Compare and Contrast Essay The Outsiders book by S.E Hinton were eventually made into a movie. They were so much alike because they both were very good from the start. Some things that happened in the book, although they didn’t happen in the movie. You could really tell in both the book and movie the friendship and love with some people. If you watched the movie and read the book you might think the same thing, you might not, but here are the reasons that I think the book is better even if the movie wasn’t that bad either.
I love Daniel Day-Lewis and his superb acting but I am not a big fan of Winona Ryder and they unfortunately cancel each other out to make a passable movie. As for representing the Salem Witch Trials, it seemed to stick with the story even though it had to dramatize and add love triangles to make sure the audience does not fall asleep. I learned much about the Salem Witch Trials, such as, that a man was hanged and not just women, and that another was pressed with stones until he died. I would consider it good history because it gives you the events and in order of which they happened. I would hope after seeing this film that the audience was intrigued with the lies, deceit, and hysteria that it showed and will go out and do their own research and not take any Hollywood historical film at face value.
I think the bigger issue of the movie is “don’t get into other peoples private business or it could get you in trouble” and Jeff’s vulnerability. Yes, it was for the better because Mr. Thornwald was a bad man - but it would have come out eventually. Jeff didn’t need to poke himself in other people business to find the answer and get himself hurt, in the end. Vulnerability and helplessness also play a big part because he was bound to a wheelchair, unable to escape a dangerous predicament. 4.
The Outsiders, by Se Hinton, was very different from the movie the Outsiders. The book gave a lot move description but I’m glad I saw the movie to get the actual picture in my head. I don’t think people should by separate by the way they look or how much money they have. All people have feelings. If the movie had more detail it would be more interesting.
This viewpoint is particularly effective in this chapter, as readers, we can relate to the terror and anxiety felt by Arthur. At the start of the chapter he comments on feeling ‘calm and cheerful’ however this state of contentment disappears at the chapter progresses – ‘I sat, too terrified to move’ and ‘my throat felt constricted and I began to shiver.’ In the ghost story genre this technique is effective – we can imagine ourselves in Arthur’s place – reliving his experiences. Hill uses the senses to create a sense of terror in this chapter during which the theme of childhood is developed when Kipps discovers the locked nursery. The use of the bumping sound ‘bump
Giunta says “I try to forget a lot of this, it benefits me in the long run, but coming back and doing these things: talking about it retches the gut.” Giunta talks about where he saves Sergeant Brendon from the enemies. As he says over the radio to the other men during chaos of the ambush, “there fucking taking him,” his voice is shaking and you see that his eyes start watering. The enemies rushed the men shot at Sergeant Brendon and then grab him as soon as he was down and started caring him away. Giunta is so freaked out that he poises and has to get him self together to finish the interview. Can you imagine seeing one of your best friends being carried away by people that are most likely going to touchier them and take them as a trophy in a place where you’re not familiar with and far, far away from home: didn’t think
Movies are the number one choice of entertainment. There are many other forms of entertainment that may include some physical activities such as; walking at the park, rock climbing or going fishing. All of these forms of entertainment I say are better than sitting on a couch and watch a movie. Yet movies are still number one, well depending on the movie. There are good movies as well as bad ones, you just have to look for movie reviews.
Then Elizabeth saved him with Jack. Captain Barbosa, he is the bad guy in the movie. The effect of the sound in the movie makes it very interesting and exciting. For example, some sounds that normally were used in a movie, which is from low sound to high sound. That means scary.
Ron Howard, the director, and Akiva Goldsman also added some espionage element into the movie. This is shown in the movie when the government forces (Willian Parcher) are trying to make use of Nash's brains to thwart soviet plot despite his mental illness. The intended message that the movie is trying to convey to the audience is about John Nash's journey in achieving sanity and the unconditional love between him and Alicia throughout his battle with schizophrenia. The production team omit to tell other parts of Nash's life so that it would not diverge the audience's attention from the key message of the movie which was about Nash's journey in achieving sanity. Several