An example is the Hollywood Tower of Terror Hotel.
In this clip it challenges the idea of who are the savages? The native Americans? The English? Or both?
6.Analogy: a comparison made between two things to show similarities between them
10.Antagonist: a person or force opposing the protagonist in a story or narrative
Protagonist: the central character in a work of fiction; opposes antagonist.
Simba in the protagonist.
11.Antithesis: a balancing of one term against another for emphasis or stylistic effectiveness
12.Aphorism: pointed statement that expresses some wise or clever observation about life
13.Apologia: A defense or justification for some doctrine, piece of writing, cause, or action.
14.Apostrophe: A figure of speech in which an absent or dead person, an abstract quality, or something inanimate or nonhuman is addressed directly.
15.Argument(ation): The process of convincing a reader by proving the truth or the falsity of an idea or proposition.
16.Assumption: The act of supposing, or taking for granted that a thing is true.
17.Audience: The intended listener(s)
18.Characterization: The means in which the writer reveals a character's personality
19.Chisamus: A reversal in the order off word so that the second half of the statement balances the first half in an inverted word order.
P.S Disney bought Lucas films
20.Circumlocution: A roundabout or evasive speech or writing, in which many words are used but few would have served.
21.Classicism: art, literature, and music reflecting the principles of ancient Greece and Rome.
22.Cliche: a phrase of situation overused within society
Famous cliche from Bambi.
23.Climax: the decisive point in narrative or drama; the pint of greatest intensity or interest at which plot question is answered or resolved.
24.Colloquialism: folksy speech, slang words, phrases usually used informal conversation
The above clip also demostrates the simple words used to speak to a little girl.
25.Comedy: originally nondramatic literary piece of work the was marked by a happy ending; now a term to describe a ludicrous faricial, or amusing event designed to provide enjoyment or produce smiles and laughter
26.Conflict: struggle or problem causing the story
27.Connotation: Implicit meaning, going beyond dictionary definition
28.Contrast: a rhetorical device by which one element is thrown into a opposition to another for sake of emphasis or clarity
29.Denotation: plain dictionary definition
Definition of a Disney Princess is a heroine or damsel in distress who overcomes a hardship.
30.Denouement: loose ends tied up in a story after the climax, closure, conclusion
Pocahontas believes that nature is connected to everyone and the every living thing has a life. John Smith only see as the animals as monsters and everything he walks on he can claim.
Here is a split between cartoon and real life fairy tales. Cartoons and real life are opposing things. If you have seen this move you seen them come together are hard for them to figure out what is real until they finally see the difference.
Here the author uses English and Spanish to show the tone of the movie.
Here she is not mournful about death but about her life and her people. It is also in a pastoral setting.
Hercules is an epic movie that is from an epic poem which is his journey of becoming a god while facing mythical creatures.
Should not have called him pig. You can use this for the next term as well.
This is how they remember the scene. This is from Lion King 1 1/2.
Here the muses talk about the plot and the characters which is the exposition.
Here she is using song and the things that she has found to express how much she wants to live outside of the water.
Don't be mean to people who are different.
Here is a song that talks about a story and the act of one that seems to in power who takes in a monster. But in reality who is the monster and who is the man?
Mr. Whiskers did not leave you a message in the liter box.
Lips as red as rose, hair black as ebony, skin as white as snow
54.Foreshadowing: in fiction and drama, a device to prepare the reader for the outcome of the action; “planning” to make the outcome convincing, though not to give it away.
Many Disney movies are considered fairy tales which fall into the fiction genre.
Here is a Gothic setting and has a sacrifice in.
Simba says that together they are one and part of each other. He does not mean this in a literal sense but he is trying to prove a point to Kiera.
Lips as red as rose, hair black as ebony, skin as white as snow. Through just this description she is able to figure out that it is Snow White who he is speaking of.
Here the are celebrating an Unbirthday as if it were a birthday.
"Size matters not...."
66.Juxtaposition: the intentional placement of a word, phrase, sentences of paragraph to contrast with another nearby.
Yoda places his words in different places in order to talk about the force in contrast and for emphasis.
67.Lyric: a poem having musical form and quality; a short outburst of the author’s innermost thoughts and feelings.
Mulan began to sing about her thoughts and feelings on how her reflection is someone she does not know.
70.Extended: a metaphor that is extended or developed as far as the writer
wants to take it.
71.Controlling: a metaphor that runs throughout the piece of work.
" I know that your powers of redemption are as wet as a warthogs backside" "its clear by your expression that the lights are not on inside" Scar is trying to not only get them to pay attention but he is also saying that they are stupid. He is trying to make them feel as if they will benefit.
"Where they cut off your ear if they don't like your face, it's barbaric, but hey, it's home." this metaphor is taken out in this video in most Aladdin movies.
Meg's speech is all about how she does not want to fall in love and that she should have learned her lesson.
This song sets the mood with the diction that is used. Sense it is bilingual in English and Spanish it shows that it will have culture in it. The different colors and the tone of the song show that it will be a funny movie.
The White Rabbit is the reason for Alice going into Wonderland and her adventure in it.
In a place far, far away, illegal genetic experiment #626 is detected: Ruthless scientist Dr. Jumba Jookiba has created a strong, intelligent, nearly indestructible and aggressive being with only one known weakness: The high density of his body makes it impossible for the experiment to swim in water. The scientist is sentenced to jail by the Grand Council of the Galactic Federation. The experiment is supposed to be transported to a prison asteroid, yet manages to escape Captain Gantu, who was supposed to deliver him there. With a stolen police cruiser (the red one), the destructive being races towards a little and already doomed planet: Earth. Stranded on Hawaii, experiment #626 can't actually do much harm: water all around, no big cities and two well-equipped representatives of the Galactic Federation already following close behind to catch him again. But Dr. Jookiba and the Earth expert Pleakley never could have guessed that earth girl Lilo adopts the experiment as dog, gives him the name Stitch and actually causes an emotional development in the little beast. Her dysfunctional family, consisting only of Lilo and her sister Nani, is about to be ripped apart by social worker Cobra Bubbles. Stitch as the new family member brings quite some action into all their lifes, and after a while, not even Pleakley and Dr. Jookiba can recognize their former target. But how shall they bring the news of failure to the Grand Councilwoman without being punished?
Here there is a man with a deep voice who is narrating the story of Wall.E.
Here the narrator has an omniscient point of view. He knows the story of Walle before he knows himself. He also knows about what happened to mankind.
86.Oxymoron: a figure of speech in which two contradicting words or phrases are combined to produce a rhetorical effect by means of a concise paradox.
87.Pacing: rate of movement; tempo.
This is all about pacing. Here in racing you have to be fast and move at lightening speed.
Here is the Disney remixed version of Dickens A Christmas Carol. This teaches a moral lesson or a truth about life.
Mickey likes to sing, dance, and play.
Mickey likes to sing, dance, and playing with Pluto.
Here is a Disney parody of Mean Girls.
93.Pedantry: a display of learning for its own sake.
The boys who got changed to donkeys needed to learn for their own sake. If you act a certain way you will be/ become that way.
Here the author is using the inanimate objects cars in order to bring about the moral of the story.
96.Poignant: eliciting sorrow or sentiment.
Here Aladdin is showing sorrow because people only see him as a street rat.
Here the characters are torn between what is real and imaginary. There is plenty of irony, playfulness, and multiple meanings in this movie.
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"If it’s not baroque, don’t fix it." Cogsworth tells Lumiere
"kiss the girl"
At the beginning of this song there is a chant and throughout there is a hymn.
After Facilier is defeated they are able to get married, but that is not they end. They also end up changing back to being human which brings about the resolution.
Here Genie is trying to persuade that he really is a genie. His use of language helps the persuasion.
This scene leads up to the conflict of Woody getting stolen.
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114.Setting: the time and place in which events in a short story, novel, play, or narrative poem occur.
Long ago in a far away land of ancient Greece
Aladdin a street rat is like a diamond.
At the end of the movie you realize that it is all her thoughts and feelings and it did not really happen.
Alice is bored with her sister's reading and want to go to a world of her own---she follows a white rabbit to Wonderland---She meets so many interesting things while trying to follow the rabbit---she ends up getting herself into trouble with many people---her final enemy the Queen---she tries to get back home
The Chesire Cat has no important ideas and his structure of language just confuses Alice even more.
In order to get the sense for the Hollywood Tower of Terror Hotel you need to get a sense of the background. This is why they put a video of the Twilight Zone so you can experience a sense of it.
This movie is a general idea of a "bug's life" not the ants and random butterfly's life. It stands for the whole.
The grammar relation is weird but it works.
The thesis of Disney is not only to prove that dreams do come true but happiness. Many people can atest that all Disney wants to do if provide happiness.
This scene sets the tone for the rest of the movie.
The tragedy in this story is that the villains finally come to power.
I love Disney.
Here is an everyday proposal.