One of the major aspects of why this video have portrayed its issue very well was the narration during the movie as the voice used fits the characteristics of the message perfectly. The video is talking about the issue of procrastination and parents are the main people who complain about their children procrastinating so the deep and strong voice used in the video does a very good job to make the message clearer and show the viewer the meaning of the short film by Kelly. In conclusion, Johnny Kelly did a very good job using these creative choices in his piece as it is expected because of his level of expertise. He did a very good job to sum up type of style
An example of this can be the sort of sarcastic tone that is used by Stanley Johnson. He speaks of how he has so many “toys” that we all wish we had but don’t. Yet he says it in such a sarcastic manner. A more specific example could be when Stanley says “How do I do it? I’m in debt up to my eyeballs.” This choice of diction helps the audience gain a clear understanding of what the commercials purpose is and what it is that is going to be solved.
Through manipulating the truth the media are able to create something fictional in order for them to gain something, and most of the time this is to increase ratings. An example from ‘Playing the Ego Card’ of this manipulation is through, the false representation of Brookes Promotional video. The Frontline creators have used the satirical technique Juxtaposition, to provide a false perception to the viewers of the program that Brooke is a very smart, loyal and caring person- when really she is the exact opposite. Through this particular scene the creators have used satirical techniques to construct a humorous, entertaining representation of what really happens behind the scenes of the media. In the episode ‘Playing the Ego Card’, the truth is manipulated on several levels, to create a humorous, entertaining show.
I think it makes them feel better about themselves. Another reason is that you can see yourself in the joke a little bit. I think of comedians that joke about racial issues, sexual preference, or appearance. Most of the time that comedian is represented in that joke. My thought goes immediately to Chris Rock who jokes about black people, or Gabriel Iglesias who jokes about Mexicans and overweight people, who he likes to call fluffy.
Woody Allen is a smart, witty writer who actually follows Johnson’s point. By using one form of popular culture to examine another form, Johnson greatly benefits his argument. The charts accompanying the essay illustrate Johnson’s point about the number and type of “threads” in various television programs and how they serve to better us not hurt us. It is important to know the television programs to which the charts refer because it gives the reader a better sense of what exactly the author is referring to and what exactly his point is. The illustrations could not stand on their own, they would not provide as much of an impact.
Compare Lane, Merriman and Miss Prism as employees and as comic characters. What do they bring to the play that would otherwise be missing? Lane, Merriam and Miss Prism are the minor characters of Importance of Being Earnest. Although at first they don't appear to bring a lot to the play, in the end they have a big impact on how it is viewed as a comedy. They bring in a lot of content which fits into to comedy criteria as well as enable the plot to develop fully.
Aristotle’s Connection with The Karate Kid Many rhetoricians have substantiated belief systems about persuasion and the methods used by orators and the like. Consequently new belief systems and analytical interpretations have developed and matured. The most effective and influential structure present today, is the media outlet. Typical radio and television operates primarily as commercial venues convincing and urging you to purchase product or determine the best of two of the same product. We hear slogans such as, “For the closest…,” “If you want the best …,” or even “Guaranteed or your money back.” Yet, one media outlet that manipulates and relies on the use of language even more substantially than these commercials, is the movie and filming industry.
While well received by the audience, it is hard to imagine that this talk will have as much impact, as the message is lost among the jokes. Well written taglines are the highlight and although the closing quotation is beautifully chosen and delivered it is not
Some jokes or witty comments on the previous orator will help you not only to best your opponent but to engage the audience. And ones you get their attention, you can deliver your speech knowing that their eyes and ears are open lusted for your words. And never should you forget about human’s psychology. The beginning and the ending of your speech is what the audience will remember. So make it ring out, let it imprint in their minds.
Television is considered as one of many great inventions that exists in our life. Television has made significant improvement of information flow throughout the world since it was first invented. Television may look convenient and make things easier, but not only good influence, it has bad influence as well. The good influence is television could spread information easily as it can give information from place far away to designated place, broadcasted to many people at the same time and the bad influence is it can attract people that it makes people lazy to do anything that cause less productivity. The flow of information, from one place to other place could be done easily with television.