Ron Clements

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  • Sakuntala And The Little Mermaid Comparison

    different types of writing. Some genres include love and comedy. This story was written by Kalidasa, and was an original. In the story love at first sight could only happen to many people and it just so happen to Sakantala but because of her stubbornness she caused the cursing of her beloved man, Dusyanta. The curse is to let her love of her life forget about her until he unites back with his ring he gave her. The ring she was given was lost and found by a fisherman. This story is the one that would set a stepping stone for other writers to come out and create more skillful and colorful scenes. It is also the reason why people write about love and the pain they go through just to be with the one person. The Little Mermaid was written by Ron Clements, it was an animated movie created for children and about a princes whose father was the King of the ocean. In the movie Ariel is a beautiful teenage girl who is stubborn and very curious. She has a lot to learn about patience and wisdom but she is not blind towards good and bad but she is an explorer that wants to see the world. She falls in love with a human and can’t help but to constantly think about him, Ariel ends up coming across Ursula, who is very evil. Ursula has ulterior motives and strikes a bargain with her. Because Ariel was acting independently she thought she had everything under control but she didn’t realize that Ursula would get in the way. The contract that they had between each other was her voice and in…

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  • Ron Clements: Moana Analysis

    Iowa native Ron Clements released his animated movie Moana in 2016. It is a Fantasy/Adventure movie that was adored by the many that gazed at it. As someone who adores animated movies, the enjoyment I had was baffling. Moana explores a young girl's dream to adventure, which was bashed by a demigod who ruined humanity. This movie mixes the art of adventure and the art of war as the young girl tries to restore humanity itself. This leads to the theme of stick to what you believe in no matter what…

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  • Ron Clements And Moana Scene Analysis

    In Ron Clements and John Musker’s Moana (2016) does a great job getting the message of environmental destruction out by using tattoos characters have or designs woven into flags just to name a few. Essentially the story boils down to the heroine Moana trying to save the natural beauty of islands from dying out with the help of Maui a demigod. Two important aspects of the film that are important in the story telling are the tattoos some of the characters which represent some of their inner…

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  • The Hero, S Journey In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    Draco, has been sorted there. Plus, his new friend Ron told him, “Every wizard who went bad went to Slytherin.” The Sorting Hat listens to Harry when he decides he wants to be sorted into Gryffindor with his new friends. At this ceremony of sorting, the Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, tells all the students that they are not to go up to the third floor because it is off limits. Harry builds a good relationship with the headmaster and Dumbledore becomes the “wise old man” of Harry’s…

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  • Essays And Criticism In Henri Matisse's The Red Studio By Clement Greenberg

    In an effort to describe the modernist painting, Clement Greenberg in his publication The Collected Essays and Criticism, makes simplified and exaggerated claims. Despite his best efforts, most of his assertions are shrouded in oversight and lack the necessary premises to be adjudged as an entirely objective and salient. His comments on modern art’s effects on human senses and relations with space, are one of said claims. He states: “The Old Masters created an illusion of space in depth that…

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  • The Journey Of Chris Mccandless: Alex Supertramp

    wild, because he wanted to isolate himself from the lies his parents kept, making his life seem like it was all a lie. Despite Chris’s real intention to find himself and return home as a whole new person, his attitude and actions brought him to isolate himself from affectionate friends and also from his beloved sister Carine whom he shared a close bond with. Chris intentionally avoided anything that might have led to “settling down.” This is seen most evidently in his relationship with Ron…

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  • Rituals And Beliefs In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    is brought into the world with the cards against him; being raised by extended family who despise him because of jealousy and narrow minded thoughts that stems from his aunt, limited opportunities, and living in an environment designed to demoralize a child (cabin under the stairs). However Harry finally gets introduced to the wizard world, immediately embraces who he is and attends Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Potter undergoes through the first stage of van Gennep’s rites of…

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  • The Theme Of Friendship In Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

    intrigue and adventure. Three specific friendships define the novel and are developed through the characters: Harry Potter, an abandoned young orphan; Ron Weasley, an adventure bound young man; and Hermione Granger, a studious and clever young woman. Throughout the friendship, each of the three portray their own individualized strengths: Harry…

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  • Chris Mccandless, The Hero In Into The Wild, By Sean Penn

    His actions, ideas, and beliefs of family had a direct impact on the Jan, Rainey, Ron, and his own family. In the beginning of the movie Christopher renames himself Alexander Supertramp, abandoning his “right” name, to free himself from even the origin of his family. He meets Ron France, an older gentleman who lost his family to a drunk driver when he was off at war. Chris’ idea of freedom for Ron was to leave his workshop and explore life outside of his home. Chris believed he needed to…

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  • The Magic Of Figurative Language In Harry Potter By J. K. Rowling

    The Magic of Figurative Language The Harry Potter series of books, written by J.K. Rowling, dominates the best seller lists since it was published on June 26, 1997. The tale follows a young orphan who lives with a very mean aunt, uncle, and cousin, before finding out that he’s the most famous young wizard in the world. Swept from his dismal existence of teasing, chores, and bullying, he finds himself plunged into a fantasy world of friendship, magic, and adventure, at a boarding school for…

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