However, many films always send a message to viewers, but it always hard to think what the message is. Disney message always sends a message to believe and have hope. As well, in Ghibli films a message is more about the importance, respect for the world and learn to live with a pure heart. Though Disney magic is more with sprinkles dust and pixie. On the other hand, Ghibli has a magical on its own with charms, talking heads and castle in the sky.
She succeeded in doing so and people including the Emperor bowed down to her. People betray others everyday, but they should make one want to become better. Overall, Mulan is more of the stronger Disney movies, because her message shows viewer to be brave, determined in all that they do and to be theirself and have a strong will in what they believes is right. She was the hero, not the prince that went from a clumsy girl to a strong brave woman who saved China. Anyone can be a hero at whatever it is, doesn't matter; race, age or gender.
If they were not envious of their step-sister, they would not prohibit her from going to the ball. The patience of the kind hearted girl pays off as she endured pain from losing her mother to death and father to stepmother. Humiliation of becoming the mistreated servant is her reward all the while she does it with a smile happy to oblige towards all their requests. Hence, innocence is also selflessness. As Cinderella progresses in the story her good nature does justify itself as she is the one that has a magical godmother that helps her woo the prince allowing her not jus... ... middle of paper ... ...
Her love is boundless, but not expressible through flattery. Though she makes little effort to elucidate her simple words, her bond is substantial, having been "Begot, bred and loved,(I,i,96)" by her father. Cordelia speaks in her explanation of performing her duties as she sees "right fit. (I,i,97)" Acting with such perfect purpose defines the princess as possibly the only absolutely righteous character in the play. But apart from merely confronting the possibility of losing her fortunes, she accepts her king's decision with silence.
But one night, I decided to read to her. “Go on, pick a book to read,” my mother told me. I walked over to the little white shelves that housed my assortment of books. Scanning over the titles, I found my favorite one. I removed it from its other literary brethren and proceeded to walk back to the bed, where my mother lay.
More importantly, she plays a sweet, innocent girl with whom no one can find a fault. She accepts her circumstances, and makes the best of them, no matter how dire and unfavorable. Though she is a servant in her own home, with her stepfamily ordering her about, her only response to this abuse is, "I know it isn't easy maciej mikula, but we should at least try and get along together." Cin... ... middle of paper ... ...r more than she needs him, though the outward appearance may seem otherwise. This is more evidence of the independence people in the 21st century encourage in both women and men.
Confucianism was incredibly useful to East Asian rulers, as it provided an ideology that in many ways worked in their favor. Not only did it provide social stability, but it also created loyalty through education. The prevalence of these notions can be most clearly seen in China, Korea, and Japan. In China, a meritocracy was created, forever changing social restrictions and slowly dissolving the aristocracy. In Korea, although the aristocracy was still kept intact, a meritocracy within the upper, yangban¸class was formed.
While the 1939 version toned down the mischievousness and slapstick sensibilities of the silent film, it accentuated the main character’s sunnyness and sweetness. An important lesson that Sara teaches the viewers is that she “never gives up hope of finding her Daddy, as she enlists the help of everyone” (Maslin). The character of Sara belongs to that type of characters developed in the Hollywood that remain on the screen even nowadays. This is due to the “association of childhood with innocence” that became “deeply embedded in Western Culture” (Cvetkovic 15). Thus, the importance of this film in establishment of the current types of the characters in the American films is immense.
Mulan now respects herself and the whole country of China respects her. She overcome the insecurities of thinking that she will never amount to what her family wants of her. The movie “Mulan” follows the basic hero’s journey pathway. None of the steps are missed and everything is pretty clearly laid out. Author and directors and producers do this in children's movies so that they can grasp what is going on.
The short story Girl written by Jamaica Kincaid is a mother’s compilation of advice, skills, and life experience to her daughter. The mother believes that her offer of practical and helpful guidance will assist her daughter in becoming a proper woman, and gaining a fulfilling life and respectable status in the community. Posed against the mother’s sincere concern for her daughter’s future is Sir Walter’s superficial affection to his daughters in the novel Persuasion written by Jane Austen. Due to his detailed attention for appearance and social rank, Sir Walter has been negligent to his daughters’ interests and fails to fulfill his responsibility as a father. Throughout both literary works, the use of language and tone towards persuasive endeavors reveals the difference in family dynamics and the success of persuasion on the character’s transformation.