I have just seen this movie and I have to say this movie is so good. This movie is based off of the award winning musical “Les Miserable”. The whole movie is singing there is not really much talking in it so it is very interesting and you have to watch closely because they will change scenes or songs and you won’t realize it. This movie is set In 1815 in France and is Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, 'Les Miserables' travels with prisoner-on-parole, 24601, Jean Valjean, as he runs from the ruthless Inspector Javert on a journey beyond the barricades, at the center of the June Rebellion. Meanwhile, the life of a working class girl with a child is at turning point as she turns to prostitution to pay money to the evil innkeeper and his wife who look after her child, Cosette. Valjean promises to take care of the child, eventually leads to a love triangle between Cosette, Marius who is a student of the rebellion, and Eponine, a girl of the streets. The people sing of their anger and Enjolras leads the students to fight upon the barricades. All of the actors and actresses did an amazing job. They made you actually feel like you were in the movie and feeling all of the action and drama right along with them. I don’t know why but I loved all of the actresses in this movie except Amanda Seyfried I don’t really like her in any movies she’s in although she has an incredible voice. Another actress who did a really good job I just didn’t care for her in this movie I felt this just wasn’t her personality or type of movie to do and that Anne Hathaway. I liked the whole movie but my favorite pat of the movie is when they sing master of the house. That’s my favorite part of the movie because its really fun and catchy. Another one of my absolute favorite parts of the movie is when fantine sings I dreamed a dream it’s a tear jerker she makes it so good and she puts so much emotion into it, it’s fantastic and the song
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5. Review Global History 9 Packet
You will have a test on ninth grade material the third day of class. The test will consist of 50 multiple-choice questions.
6. Movie Reviews
A fun assignment. You may complete this assignment with a partner or in groups. This assignment will be due the first day of school and will be graded on correct format and information.
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release felt at the end of tragedy
Comedy- to explore human condition form “other side”
• Farce- over the top
• Slapstick- physical
• Dark comedy- funny then sad
• Tragic comedy- more serious play with happy ending
Interlude- play/movie in between a larger play/movie
Plot- storyline and order of events
Theme- abstract, intellectual meaning
Music- music or musical language
Spectacle- the visual component
• Blocking- actors moving on stage
• Choreography- dancing movement on stage
interlude or closing of each act.
At the turn of the 17th century, opera began in Italy. Considered to be the foundation for musicals as we know them today, there was no spoken dialogue; arias carried the dramatics of the plot. In the Victorian era, English operettas were produced offering much lighter styles and themes than its Italian roots, often including some articulated conversation. Gilbert and Sullivan had a strong influence in both Europe and America with comedic operettas such as The Mikado…
to get used to. They felt lonely because of their separation from family, the language was difficult to understand, and the weather was unbearable. The food was also difficult to get used to because it was not the same as their family cooking. The English eat porridge for breakfast, drink a lot of tea with milk instead of the cocoa the children remembered, and serve very thin sandwiches, rather than the thick slices of rye bread the children were accustomed with. Nonetheless, the families that took…
advertise Touchstone Pictures movie Pearl Harbour as both ABS and Touchstone belonged to Disney
• Product placement
• E.g. The movie “Tomorrow Never Dies” earned a landmark $1million from advertising with James Bond seemingly preferring to use BMW motorcycles and Omega watches
• E.g. In the movie “Runaway Bride”, FedEx was featured with the punchline “wherever she goes, she’ll reach there before 1030am”
• E.g. Reebok sued Tristar pictures for $10million for a movie in which the protagonist…