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{June 16, 2010}   Romeo and Juliet’s Death

Juliet’s mother plays a part in the death of her daughter. Juliet’s mother is so evil. She couldn’t understand Juliet’s thinking and feeling because she didn’t hear anything from Juliet. Juliet wanted to marry Romeo but her mother not allowed her to do that so that’s why she wanted to pretend her death and run away with her loves. The Montague’s and Capulet’s are two rival families. Montague’s son is Romeo who is in love with Rosaline. He goes to Capulet’s party. At this party, he meets Juliet and immediately fells in love with her. He later finds out that she is a Capulet. He decides that he loves her anyway and they confess their love for each other during the very famous “balcony scene” in which they agree to secretly marry the next day. Friar Lawrence agrees to marry them. Unfortunately, the fighting gets worse and Mercutio a good friend of Romeo’s has a fight with Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin. Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in an angry rage. For this, Romeo is banished from Verona. At the same time, the Capulet’s are planning Juliet’s marriage to Paris. Juliet does not want to marry this man, so she arranges with Friar Lawrence to fake her own death with a sleeping potion that will make everyone think that she is dead. Friar Lawrence promises to send word to Romeo to meet her when the potion wears off. Unfortunately, Romeo does not receive this message on time, he hears of her “death” and goes to Juliet’s tomb where he drinks poison and dies. When Juliet’s potion wears off, she awakens to find her lovers, but she sees Romeo’s death then she stabs herself with Romeo’s dagger. I think Friar Lawrence and Friar John are to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death because Friar Lawrence promises to Juliet that he will send this message, but Friar John doesn’t complete. That is just the second reasons. I think the first reason is the Montagues and Capulets. They do not allow Romeo and Juliet to marry. What is blame Romeo and Juliet’s death? It’s poison and love. Juliet can not stand with her thinking that “Romeo is dead, I can not live without him”,… but after Romeo and Juliet’s death, the two families find the bodies and their shared sorrow. Finally, makes peace with each other. Juliet’s mother plays a part in the death of her daughter. Juliet’s mother is so evil. She couldn’t understand Juliet’s thinking and feeling because she didn’t hear anything from Juliet. Juliet wanted to marry Romeo but her mother not allowed her to do that so that’s why she wanted to pretend her death and run away with her loves. The Montague’s and Capulet’s are two rival families. Montague’s son is Romeo who is in love with Rosaline. He goes to Capulet’s party. At this party, he meets Juliet and immediately fells in love with her. He later finds out that she is a Capulet. He decides that he loves her anyway and they confess their love for each other during the very famous “balcony scene” in which they agree to secretly marry the next day. Friar Lawrence agrees to marry them. Unfortunately, the fighting gets worse and Mercutio a good friend of Romeo’s has a fight with Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin. Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in an angry rage. For this, Romeo is banished from Verona. At the same time, the Capulet’s are planning Juliet’s marriage to Paris. Juliet does not want to marry this man, so she arranges with Friar Lawrence to fake her own death with a sleeping potion that will make everyone think that she is dead. Friar Lawrence promises to send word to Romeo to meet her when the potion wears off. Unfortunately, Romeo does not receive this message on time, he hears of her “death” and goes to Juliet’s tomb where he drinks poison and dies. When Juliet’s potion wears off, she awakens to find her lovers, but she sees Romeo’s death then she stabs herself with Romeo’s dagger. I think Friar Lawrence and Friar John are to blame for Romeo and Juliet’s death because Friar Lawrence promises to Juliet that he will send this message, but Friar John doesn’t complete. That is just the second reasons. I think the first reason is the Montagues and Capulets. They do not allow Romeo and Juliet to marry. What is blame Romeo and Juliet’s death? It’s poison and love. Juliet can not stand with her thinking that “Romeo is dead, I can not live without him”,… but after Romeo and Juliet’s death, the two families find the bodies and their shared sorrow. Finally, makes peace with each other.



{March 28, 2010}   Love or Money’s Review

On a Saturday Molly Clarkson was celebrating her 50th birthday. All her relatives had come: her children (Diane, Jackie and Roger) and her brother Albert. They were all used to asking Molly for money, except Jackie, who still lived with her mother. That night one by one they all asked her for money again, but she refused saying that no one would get money any more from her. They were quite upset and angry.

The next morning Roger was woken up by a cry from his mother’s room. When he got there he saw Diane coming out, who had just found her mother dead. Roger was shocked. Diane called the doctor immediately. He was puzzled because Molly had been in good health and he decided to call the police. The police came quickly to the scene and started their investigation. Detective Inspector Walsch and Sergeant Foster did the questioning.

Albert told them that he had been angry at Molly the previous night, just like all the others, because she would not give them the money they needed. He had been the first to go to bed and had gone to Molly’s bedroom to say goodnight. He thought he had heard someone going downstairs around midnight.

The next one, Jackie, admitted she had also been in Molly’s room that night. The police had found an empty bottle of sleeping pills. She had heard someone around midnight and it had been her mother to get some dinner for the dogs. She got angry when asked whether she needed her mother’s money.

Roger told the same story as the others. He wanted money to build houses on Molly’s land together with a friend and had wanted Molly to move.

Last came Diane, who admitted taking milk to her mother last night. She also made clear that she did not like her mother, just like everybody else, even Jackie. In the past Molly had stopped her love affair with the gardener boy. Jackie was really mad then.

The detectives also interviewed Peter Hobbs, the neighbour. He told them that Jackie had asked him to say that he wanted to kill Molly. And that he did say it but had not done it. After him Tom Briggs, a farmer, had come to see Molly. So they went to Tom afterwards. Tom was just having dinner and they waited a bit for him. In the front room Inspector Walsh saw a picture of a happy young girl. When Tom came in they told him that Molly was dead and it was clear he did not know. Tom had seen the whole family in the kitchen the day before and also Peter Hobbs. He did not want to say who the young girl in the picture was.

The next day the police went back to the Clarkson’s house and Inspector Walsh said he knew who murdered Molly Clarkson. His theory was as follows: Jackie had wanted Peter Hobbs to come to the house. Peter had gotten a letter from Molly and was very angry about it. He said he wanted to kill her and Jackie had wanted everyone to hear that. Jackie reacted by saying that it must be Diane, as the police had found the bottle in her bag. Inspector Walsh pointed out that that was so, but they had not told her where it had been found. The young girl in the picture at Tom’s house was no one else but Jackie. They were in love. Jackie was arrested and taken to the police station.



Everybody knows Truman Burbank’s life when he lived in Christof’s studio but no one knows his life after that. Except me…

Truman went out of that studio and he saw real houses  and met real people. He just wanted to go traveling. Truman felt like this was the first time he went out of his house. He met a lot of people, who had been his crazy fans for such a long time. They tried to talk to him, elbowed to shake his hands because in their eyes he was a very famous actor. When he got out of Christof studio, he had no money, no power, no relationships so he didn’t have anyplace to live. But his audiences helped him by finding the girl he loved. On the one hand, Christof tried to catch him back to his studio. On the other hand, he had a lot troubles with his audiences since they did not stop bothering him. He tried to escape from both Christof and those fans. At that time he also knew that everything was fake even his mother, his wife and his friend. He also felt very happy because he was free now and could travel everywhere he wanted. The important thing was he could meet one girl who was long-haired and blue-eyed. He remembered that when he was a child he had met her and he knew that it was real emotions. He thought that they had known each other already. But because Christof didn’t want Truman knew the truth, he forced her to leave his studio. Truman missed the girl so much that he tried to make a picture of her by cutting every piece of other pictures he found similarities.That girl was Sylvia. They ran into each other and hugged. They kissed and they realised that “Sometimes perfection is not a good thing, and the truth is always the best”. HAPPY ENDING!!! =]



{March 2, 2010}   Truman Show’s Essay

“Truman life is not real. It is completely constructed and controlled by Christof”. I strongly agree with that for the following reasons.

Twenty-nine years ago, a baby boy was adopted by the Orphanage to become the subject of the most popular television show of all time. His name was Truman Burbank. Filmed twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, Truman became a household name by living the life destined for him, but Christof who was a director arranged a fake father and mother for Truman. He chose a wife for Truman and even made a fake death for Truman’s father when they came to catch fish. Christof tried to control Truman mentally and physically. He did not want Truman to get out of his “city” to go to Fiji’s island. He did everything to stop that. He created heavy traffic, burning house, etc. He asked a supervisor to keep an eye on Truman. He prevented Sylvia from meeting Truman by forcing her to leave his studio.

Christof also changed Truman’s mind about his father. He made up reasonable explanation for unusual things happening in his studio. He became the master of sun, rain, beach, sky, etc. Everything Truman ever heard or read was prepared, scripted, and edited to control what he thought. When Truman saw, felt, heard, and realized that it was not true, he was not happy with his life. When the radio announced his car’s location, when he saw the man with flowers, the lady on the bicycle, and the beetle on a loop around his street, and when he realized that his wife had known everything that she refused to tell him, he knew everything was fake. The director did not want Truman to do anything beyond his reach because those unplanned things could endanger the entire show. Everyone in Truman’s world was an actor and they had 5000 camera in that “city”. In fact, the world which Truman was living in was nothing but the lie.

No one wants his life to be controlled or arranged by other people. And no one has the right to do such a thing. Even though Christof put cameras everywhere in the “city”, he still “never had camera inside Truman’s head”. We all want to live the life we choose and fight for our choice, and Truman is not an exception.



{February 9, 2010}   TRUMAN SHOW’S REVIEW

Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey) is the star of the most popular show in the history of television. For 10,909 days, it has been on the air, using 5000 cameras to show every moment in every day of the life of one man. The public loves it — there are Truman addicts who go to sleep with the TV on and who have sets installed in the bathroom so they don’t miss anything when they’re taking a bath. Every person in “The Truman Show” is an actor with one important exception: the main character himself. For, while everyone around Truman is playing a part, he is cheerfully ignorant about the truth. He thinks this is all real. One day, however, when a former member of the cast sneaks back onto the set with a warning for the star, Truman begins to suspect that appearances can be deceiving.

For those who complain Hollywood’s consistent lack of originality, The Truman Show is a welcome surprise. Over the years, there have been many satires about the power of television, but none has taken this route. Director Peter Weir, whose past credits include Witness, Dead Poets Society, and Fearless, has wed this cautionary tale about media strength with a surprisingly affecting drama about one man’s search for the meaning of life.

Paramount Pictures is clearly using The Truman Show as an example of summer counterprogramming. The movie opens up a scant two weeks after Godzilla and announces its intentions with the first line: “We’re tired of pyrotechnics and special effects…” More importantly, is Jim Carrey’s draw strong enough to pack theaters showing this movie, especially when his role here is light years away from the funny character he usually plays. It would be fair to call his performance both understated and effective. Exhibiting the charm and charisma of a Tom Hanks or even a young Jimmy Stewart, Carrey develops the sort of likable character that a movie of this sort needs to succeed. He is supported by a cast that includes Laura Linney as Truman’s TV wife, Natascha McElhone as his one true love, Noah Emmerich as his best friend, and Ed Harris as “God,” the TV program’s creator and director.

Narratively, the film is a little rough around the edges, as if a lot more was filmed than what shows up on-screen, but, although the flow may be off a little, it’s not difficult to follow what’s going on. Stylistically, The Truman Show uses an interesting approach – like interviews and lengthy excerpts from the program with “real life” footage of the director and behind-the-scenes people. Weir isn’t the first film maker to apply this technique, but he uses it to good effect, and it works well in the context of this movie. The Truman Show deserves high marks. Not everything in the film works, and the script isn’t perhaps as deep or incisive as it would like us to believe, but there’s enough here to mark The Truman Show as a worthwhile motion picture — an appealing, offbeat, one-hundred minute diversion for those who really are tired of monsters tearing down buildings and action heroes saving the world.



{February 3, 2010}   THE TRUMAN SHOW SUMMARY

THE TRUMAN SHOW’S SUMMARY

In this movie, Truman is a man whose life is a fake one… The place he lives is in fact a big studio with hidden cameras everywhere, and all his friends and people around him, are actors who play their roles in the most popular TV-series in the world: The Truman Show. Truman thinks that he is an ordinary man with an ordinary life and has no idea about how he is exploited. Until one day he finds out everything. Will he react? Truman Burbank lives a happy life. However, what he doesn’t know is that his life is actually the focus of a reality TV show aired since his birth, that he’s the star, his hometown is a giant set piece, and everyone around him is an actor going by a script.

Truman Burbank is a normal man, living in a normal town. He grew up to be a desk clerk for a insurance company, living an ordinary life, having an ordinary wife, an ordinary neighbour and an ordinary bud, who pops in from time to time with a sixpack. But Truman is not happy with his life. He wants to see the world. He wants to get away from his happy-happy, ever tidy, nice’n’shiny little island town at the seaside. In reality, Truman was an unwanted pregnancy. His “father”, Christof, a reckless TV-Producer whom he never met, made up the Truman Show – the greatest show on earth – a show in which life is live. So, everyone around poor Truman is an actor with a little headphone in the ear.

Truman Show

One day, Truman accidentally bumps into a catering area backstage and gets pretty suspicious. His plan now is: Pretend to be sleeping and steal away… Truman Burbank is happy with his life. He is a successful business man, he has a nice wife and many friends. However, Truman finds his life is getting very repetitive. Actually every moment of his life is being filmed, being watched by millions, and that his world is limited in a small Hollywood film set. Truman decides to follow his discovery no matter how hard and how much it pains him. He’s the star of the show–but he doesn’t know.

Truman Show

Truman Burbank is a man whose life is a nonstop TV show. Truman doesn’t realize that his quaint hometown is a giant studio set run by a visionary producer/director/creator, that folks living and working there are Hollywood actors, that even his incessantly bubbly wife is a contract player. Gradually, Truman gets wise. And what he does about his discovery will have you laughing, crying and cheering.

Truman Show

Truman Show



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