I was pleasantly surprised to know that the film was not complete silence. There was no dialogue but the musicians sound effects used made it possible for the audience to understand what was going on at all times. The title cards were used when the scene was a bit more difficult to understand but at the same time they did not give away the whole conversation, just enough toilet us know what was going on. There really was no need for dialogue because of how well everything was explained without dialogue. The music used throughout was very suiting for whatever was going on in each scene. Tim Burton uses many cinematic techniques within his movies, but one that stands out the most is low key….
Over a thousand years ago during the anglo-saxon times, people would commonly write novels or poems that revolved around heroes and other ubiquitous subjects such as monsters. In the film wonder woman directed by Patty Jenkins heroic ideals are represented through the main character Diana Prince. The daughter of Queen Hippolyta is characterized with the typical heroic ideal: strong, selfless, and loyal. Throughout the film, the audience are presented with all kinds of characterization. Let's just get this out of the way right now Wonder Woman is a really good movie. Imperfect and derailed by an optimism-busting final minutes, Patty Jenkins has mostly delivered a powerhouse of a summer blockbuster, one long, long overdue and a movie that almost atones for DC's miserable start to their DCEU DC Extended Universe , which includes the disappointing Man of Steel and the borderline abominations that are Batman v.
What's cool about really little kids is that they don't say stuff to try to hurt your feelings, even though sometimes they do say stuff that hurts your feelings. But they don't actually know what they're saying. Big kids, though: they know what they're saying. Henry still couldn't get his lock to open […] He got really annoyed when I was able to open mine on the first try. The funny thing is, if he hadn't put the backpack between us, I most definitely would have offered to help him.
Auggie is a ten-year-old boy who was born with a facial deformity. All Auggie wants is to feel normal, but he has had to get used to being stared at and avoided by others throughout his entire life. The novel tells the story of Auggie going to a real school for the first time and growing up substantially over the course of his first year there.