Pee Wee’s Big Adventure Review “I am a loner... a rebel” Pee Wee tells his lady friend as she asks him out to the drive-in movie theater. He could not be more right. Pee wee is one of the most unique characters there is in the history of film. The crazy comic rebel is played by Paul Rubens, who captivates the magical and mischievous little boy living in a mans body with such clarity. The comedy later inspired an Emmy Award winning children's series that ran on CBS from 1986-1991 called Pee-wee's Playhouse.
Hamlet Film Review Kenneth Branagh’s, 1996 film version of Shakespeare's Hamlet flourishes with a vigorous lead role of Hamlet played by Branagh himself. Branagh puts together a great adaption of Shakespeare's Hamlet as he stays fairly true to the text and makes it look absolutely authentic by having it filmed in Denmark at the magnificent Blenheim palace. Although this movie is quite long, it is full of surprises and will surely keep you interested with its compelling plot. The cinematography in this film at points is very good, however at points the scenes look poor and appear absolutely fake. Unlike most movies, this movie is shot in remarkable 65mm format which is considered epic photography, and is only used in special event venues.
Due to their respective styles, Chaplin was considered a warm hearted comedic while Keaton was a cool headed funnyman. Besides there realistic and expressive comedic styles, both Keaton and Chaplin were different in their strengths. Keaton’s strength was how he was a better filmmaker. Chaplin’s strengths where he was better in acting and writing comedic pieces. Keaton was a considered a better filmmaker as stated above earlier, he focused his pieces on silent movies.
Language Arts Comparative Essay In “She’s the Man” and “Miss Congeniality”, there was a variety of humor used. They always found themselves in hilarious situations, both Grace Hart and Viola Hastings. They were also very successful in reaching the standards of a comedy type film, but “She’s the Man” stood out more to teen audiences than “Miss Congeniality.” Both of the chosen films were movies where hilarity ensues. The films weren’t all too realistic, however, people can still relate because a lot of people find themselves in awkward, yet hilarious situations at times. “Miss Congeniality” and “She’s the Man” showed a great amount of entertainment.
The main characters are twin teenagers. Played by excellent actors, Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon. They live in a very stereotypical household with divorced parents and often neglect toward the children by their parents. Witherspoon plays a girl who is always trying to be the popular girl. And Maguire plays a boy who is isolated from the cool kid and is considered a dorky nerd, who is obsessed with a certain TV show called “Pleasantville”.
He is always ready for a party, and he likes to have a good laugh. Toby does not like to take life too seriously, and he makes light of anything too grim. This attitude is shown when he first comes into the play, drunk, saying “What a plague means my niece to take the death of her brother thus? I’m sure care’s an enemy to life.” (1.3.1-2) Toby cannot understand why his kinsman, Olivia, is taking her brother’s death so seriously, and says that he believes grief is unhealthy. At times, Toby is a cheerful character who always is ready to have fun and make light of a situation.
That’s a reason I would want monkey as my leader. Another reason I would want monkey as my leader is because of his bravery. He was brave enough to fight a demon, turn tricks during master Subhodi’s class about learning how to be immortal. Sometimes his bravery doesn’t end up so well. The last time he pulled a trick in class he got kicked out and sent back to the cave where all the monkeys were; but anyway it’s good to have a brave leader.
The Genre of this movie is Comedy, Sports, and given a MPAA film rating of PG. In the movie Here Comes the Boom, schoolteacher Scott Voss (Kevin James), can barely drag himself into his classroom much less teach anybody anything. Sure, he remembers those days when he cared: The dude was Teacher of the Year a decade ago. But between the friction created by the system and his own lack of enthusiasm, Scott began to slow down almost to a stop. Scott gets a wakeup call during a school faculty meeting.
Furious Styles, father of Trey, teaches him discipline and what it takes to become a man. Trey befriends two neighborhood boys Doughboy and Ricky. Doughboy and Ricky live with their single mother; these two brothers come from two different fathers. The
The boy’s dad yells at him several times, and everything the boy does, is wrong according to the dad. I think that the narrator mirrors himself in the boy, because when he looks at the boy, he realizes he is more than normally submissive and discouraged. Just like the narrator himself as a kid. Later, when the narrator takes the boy to his house/ apartment, he realizes how much the boy reminds him of himself, and how valuable to the narrator, because of his poor existence. I think that is why the title is “A Fortune”.