Judge Hathorne didn’t do this because of favoritism but because he has been the most trustworthy person in all of Salem Village for many years. Everyone thought he was the best, up until the little girls—who could not lie according to bible—started swearing against him, then his name in the village went down the
Have you ever read an amazing book only to be stuck with an awful movie based off of it? Watching a movie based off of a book is amazing, that is, if you haven't read the book. Reading the book that the movie is based off of is much better than the movie itself, imagining the words into action from a book gives one much more of a thrill than in the movie. The movie itself, is quite a disappointment. The book Divergent for example, spoiler alert, the book was absolutely amazing in all ways for those who like the kind of book that gives you thrills and has a disgustingly amazing plot twist, all set in a post-apocalyptic setting.
One of the reasons for the high status of “The Godfather Part II” lies in the fact that the movie was authored by the same author with the same intent in mind. While other sequels usually serve as nothing more than easy way for unimaginative producers to cash on previous successes, “The Godfather Part II” was a nice opportunity for “Coppola to experiment, correct some possible flaws or even answer to critics of his previous work.” (Dragan Antulov, IMDB) The biggest and most serious objection to “The Godfather” was Coppola's allegedly apologetic portrayal the Mafia. Coppola was accused of showing organized crime as being more noble and less violent than it actually was. His Mafiosi are shown as dedicated family men, opposed to narcotics and any unnecessary violence, and in some way even better alternative to legitimate government. In the second movie, Coppola intended to use the story of the first part to paint more realistic and, consequently, much darker picture.
Why have they made so many of them? eh? thats what I thought. I had my doubts about watching all these James Bond movies, but they were all good. Sean Connery Played a nice cool, slick James Bond, well so did the others but he was better at it because he naturally is cool and slick.
Even though Shire horses weren’t in existence during this time period and I felt as though they Pixar could’ve done a better job at researching the history, this did not tarnish my view on the movie Brave. Even if parts of the movie’s storyline drove me insane I thought that the animation made it bearable. Overall I believe that Brave had great potential at one point but I also feel as though there could’ve been more time spent to let this movie achieve its full potential. Brave is a stapled together masterpiece even if the movie did not reach its full potential. I believe that children really enjoyed this movie and probably were not aware to the few annoyances I have encountered while watching this film.
Lastly, Scarface is perhaps the best movie to ever be made because it basically contains all the characteristics that are that of a great movie. First of all, Scarface is one of the greatest feature films ever because it illustrates the American dream perfectly, which is to be successful. This story goes in to detail on what some people are willing to do in chase of the American dream. Tony Montana or Scarface was a man who knew what he wanted, but did not have the patience to get it honorably. This description fits many of today's Americans.
All the reasons stated above made The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty movie better than the short story. A plot is important to make something enjoyable, therefore making the movie better. Having a more inspirational theme could also lend to making
Slim looked a little too young and handsome to be the character I had envisioned. Overall, the casting and photography was excellent. Another reason why I liked the film better was because of its dramatic conclusion. At the end of the novel we know what that George has Carlson's gun and then we know what is going to happen. At the end of the film, we don't know George has the gun and we can't see that he is holding the gun to the back of Lennie's head.
He has revolutionized the motion picture industry with the films he has directed. Scorsese has a unique approach in directing his films. Lastly, Scorsese’s favorite actor to star in his films is Robert DeNiro, who is by far my favorite actor of all time. This topic holds much value to me because movies are an escape from reality that I enjoy. I do not believe many people realize how influential movies and all other media are.
I much preferred to read realistic novels, historical biographies, and non-fiction. Looking back, I am now struck by what I failed to see. The release of Peter Jackson's magnificent The Lord of the Rings trilogy prompted me to rediscover Tolkien and his greatest work. These remarkable movies accomplish what many Tolkien fans were certain could never be done--they bring these epic tales to life and, in the main, get the story right. Moviegoers who have never read the books will find the films to be among the most imaginative and powerful dramas ever brought to the big screen.