The main theme in perks of being a wallflower is that we accept the live we deserve. This line is said twice and anything said twice has to be important. It also connects to Brad and Patrick's relationship, also his sister and her boyfriend and Sam and her boyfriend. With Sam getting cheated on and ponytail derick hitting his sister.
They learn several things like the first night when he meet Patrick was ruined by seeing his sister get hit by Derrick. He learned that anything can ruin a good night. Also he learned that you have to make a move to do anything in life. Several other lessons are feeling the same way others do isn't the same as felling yourself and we can't change where we come from only where we go. The last one connects to Sam and the main character's life.
The title hints that there are perks of being a wallflower but there are none as the movie shows.
The setting in the different Alice and Wonderland are very,well, different. The Tim Burton version includes settings that aren't in the cartoon version such as the queens throne room and the white queens castle. Also the begin settings were different with the cartoon version starting in the woods, while the other version started in a house in London and the countryside mansion. The checkboxes battlefield is also not in the cartoon version.
They also have some similar settings such as the forest and room with doors in wonderland. Also the red queens garden is the same.
Although the setting of the new version was odd, I like it better than the cartoon settings.
The movie created many expectations due to its setting. The setting gives the espectations of the hard life the newsies have. The theater gives the expectation of a good time but conflicts with the police coming. Also the courts bring an expectation of justice.
Many experiences came from the setting such as becoming a newsie.
The movie would be very different if it had a different setting. Jack would've never been in the pegatory if he wasn't in New York. Also the scene with the girl wouldn't have happened in a smaller city because they don't have flat roofs. Also if they weren't in New York, they won't have made enough money just selling papers.
The setting creates lots of symbols such as Santa Fe being the symbol of a perfect life. Also the statuses, big gates and mansion are symbols of power and money.
The story travels all over the world. Forest goes from his small town in Alabama to Vietnam and china. The movie starts in about the 60s or 50s. He visits the White House several times and the Capitol. The movie continues through at least the 80s.
The setting has a huge impact on the story, however due to Forrest's innoscenes the mood of the story rarely changes from the lighthearted feel even in the middle of a war scene. The setting changed the events that forest Gump went through such as the death of bubba never would've happened somewhere else and wouldn't have been a shrimp fisher. Although the places and locations are great and amazing, it's the characters that make the story.
In Disturbia, a teenager gets on house arrest because he punched his teacher. As he struggles to find anything to do, he begins watching people out his window. He eventually sees the old guy murder someone. His mother gets captured. Then the old guy captures him and he gets away. He goes to the old guys house to try to save his mom. A cop comes but the old guy kills the cop. The Main Character goes into the basement and falls into a mud pit. He gets out and saves his mom by killing the old guy. He gets off house arrest and makes out with the girl.
In Rear Window, Jeffry is a Photographer who hurt his leg in a car crash. He begins viewing his neighbors and notices Mr. Thornwall is doing something strange. He notices Mrs. Thornwall is missing and suspects he killed his wife. Eventually Mr. Thornwall comes to Jeffry's house and tries to kill him by throwing him off the ledge, but the cops catch him. Mr. Thornwall goes to jail. Jeffry ends up with the girl.
There is a lot of foreshadowing in Big Fish. One example of foreshadowing is the fact that he turns into a fish. The foreshadowing of this includes events like
Him needing water and being in the bath tub. Another example of foreshadowing is him telling the young girl in the town that he'd come back. A third example of foreshadowing is when the mother says," not all of your fathers stories are complete fabrications."
Big Fish also contains loads of flashbacks. All of the stories about Ed's history are flashbacks.
The suspense of the movie comes from not knowing if the stories are true or not.
The ending wasn't that surprising because of the foreshadowing of the fish. The most surprising thing was that the stories weren't completely true. The ending shows that it doesn't matter if a story is possible but if it was a good story. The resolution is that his stories are somewhat true.
In Philidelphia, Andrew(Tom Hanks) works for a popular law firm, Wheeler. He was even promoted to do a big case.However after seeing some legions on his face, Wheeler fires him. So Andrew goes to lawyers to find someone to repressent him. He finally gets Joe to repressent him while he is researching in the library. They go to court with Wheeler. Then during the court case, Andrew falls to the ground. They rush him to the hospital. The court case continues and Joe wins the case. Shortly after the court case everyone goes to see Andrew in the Hospital. After they leave he dies. They then have a memorial party at his house.
There are many conflicts in the movie. One is Andrew's main conflicts is his interal conflix with AIDS(man v. man). Another is his struggle with Wheeler firing him(man vs. society) . A conflict that Joe has is with gay people(man vs. himself).
The main conflict is Andrew's conflict with AIDS which is resolved when he dies in the hospital.