The popularity of television shows like American Idol, X Factor, and America Got talent revealed that Americans are infatuated with music icons. There are lots of popular singing/dancing superstars in the music industry, but how is possible Michael Jackson is extremely appealing to many people? His voice and dance were unique, his personality loved many people, and his controversial death shocked almost everybody. Michael Jackson was appealing because of his voice and dance moves. His dance moves were beyond anyone's abilities and, when he performs, he brought us magic.
1. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers was first released as a movie in 1954 and was nominated for 5 Acadamy Awards, including Best Picture, though in the end it won only the Oscar for Best Musical Score. It is still performed with great regularity in both professional and amateur theatre. What do you think accounts for the shows original critical and box office success as well as its longevity and continued popularity as a stage musical? • In my opinion, the Seven Brides for Seven Brothers show has succeed because of the story in can touch all the deferent ages like kids, adult, and old people.
The Laugh Walter Huston’s performance as Howard in The Treasure of The Sierra Madre was so good that it earned him The Academy Award for Best supporting actor in 1948. When diving in to all the different elements of his character, one thing in particular sticks out: that amazing laugh. Huston is able to insert this laugh into the most serious situations and totally twist the mood of the film in the opposite direction. This laugh serves as a perfect example of comedic relief because of the fact that it is executed so flawlessly. The Laugh really sets the tone for comedy in the film by adding a lighter mood to seemingly somber situations.
Scout is portrayed as an unusual girl in To Kill a Mockingbird both in her own qualities, and in her social position. She is intelligent (she learnt to read before starting school), she is confident (she fights boys without showing any fear), she is thoughtful, and she is generally good. Early on in the book, you realise that Scout is the way she is due to Atticus’ upbringing. He has nurtured her mind, conscience and individuality as well as allowing her to make her own decisions on social hypocrisy. The story seems to be told by an adult Scout telling the events of her childhood.
The themes of immature blind passion, hatred and prejudice play many roles in this brilliant film. Romeo and Juliet are young teenagers who fall in love despite the prejudice of their families. Regardless of the feud, they marry in secret. They try to hide their actions but the story ends with dire consequences. The actors in the film were very convincing and realistic actors.
It is based on the last movement of Paganini's Op. 7 Violin Concerto, in B minor. In 1851 Liszt reworked the six pieces and designated them the Grandes etudes de Paganini. Because of its popularity and grandstanding potential, it brought Liszt both fame and scorn. It was music like this that had damaged the reputation of Liszt as a composer, yet he never intended it to be anything more than light, entertaining music that would dazzle audiences owing to its great difficulty.
For one reason, because it made him feel good. Throughout the movie, numerous juxtapositions show the difference in personalities of Billy, Jackie, and Tony. Billy is portrayed as a calm, creative, aspiring, desirable soul. This is shown through his gentle and flowing moves as Billy dances and twirls. Jackie and Tony are then showed in juxtaposition to be rioting and protesting, throwing
His career spanned more than 75 years, from a child in the famous Victorian era to his death in 25 December 1977 at the age of 88(pbs.com), he is a great comedian and a man with many controversies. He has became a symbol of the film industry, and greatly influenced the movie making during the 1920s. Charlie Chaplin made numerous films in the 1920s(wikipedia). All of those films is extraordinary and outstanding because of their unique characters and meanings. The Tramp is a childlike, bumbling but good hearted character who is behave with the manners and dignity of a gentleman despite his actual social status.
In Theodore Roethke’s “My Papa’s Waltz”, this is exactly the case. A boy and his father share a very loving memory of dancing a drunken waltz. The boy looks past the fact that his father is drunk because he loves him very much. The imagery that Roethke uses lets the reader transport to the kitchen where the boy and his father are dancing. Roethke’s work plants very vivid images in his reader’s mind that paint a very clear image of the boy and his drunken father.
The Academie Francaise decided upon the plot and meaning of the ballets. Courtiers and Royalty performed in these dances - including the Prince, Princess or even the King himself. The highest rank always came on last just as today in some of the more classical ballets the star parts appear on stage last. Louis XIV often appeared in his favourite part as Apollo - King of the Sun. His entrance was always the last and most spectacular and included lots of people bowing to him.