But thanks to his incredible talent for transforming himself through makeup, he is mainly remembered for horror classics such as this electrifying adaptation of Gaston Leroux's novel. Originally released inthis lavish film was re-edited and reissued in a sound version in Sadly, that release has been lost, but both the original edit and a silent version of the reissue are still here to keep on terrifying audiences.
Reference Shared Experiences or Beliefs Want to learn more?
This credibility-boosting technique is 6 in the 15 ways to establish ethos. Anchoring your speech content around experiences or beliefs that you share with your audience accomplishes two important tasks: Ken Robinson does this throughout his speech.
In the opening [0: This is a reference to the TED conference at which he is presenting. There are many more too. See the annotated transcript below, where these references are color-coded in yellow.
Signal Key Statements Throughout his speech, Robinson signals that important words are coming, thus preparing his audience to listen even more intently at these moments.
He does this with a variety of short phrases. And my contention is, all kids have tremendous talents. But something strikes you when you move to America and when you travel around the world: Every education system on earth has the same hierarchy of subjects.
See the annotated transcript below, where signalling phrases are color-coded in pink. Tell Stories Robinson devotes a pretty significant portion of his speech to telling several short and long stories. He breathes life into his core message with these story-based illustrative examples.
Look for the stories in the annotated transcript below, color-coded in green. Use Humor How many times can you make your audience laugh in twenty minutes? Robinson provoked laughter from the audience at least twenty-two times, just over once per minute.
Humor puts your audience in a good mood especially an audience that has been sitting in a lecture hall for four daysand makes them more receptive to your ideas.
Use Rhetorical Questions Want to learn more? Did you know there are at least nine ways to use rhetorical questions in your speech?Sep 13, · The Phantom of the Opera Movie Review Posted on September 13, September 12, by Emberly Lily Summers I have always enjoyed films starring the Scottish actor Gerard Butler, after watching his impressive role in the retelling of the paranormal legend, Dracula in the film Dracula released the same year as the title.
Phantom, still running on Broadway after sixteen years, is a rapturous spectacle. And the movie, directed full throttle by Joel Schumacher, goes the show one better. Read full review. Phantom of the Opera is so very much a product of its time. It is echt late-Reagan Broadway British invasion, full of rococo set pieces, heavy synths, all those classic Andrew Lloyd Webber swelling strings.
Sep 25, · The Phantom of the Opera () (Movie Review) Movie musicals have gone through various highs and lows over the years, and at one point between the mid’s and the ’s it seemed that musicals were shinning brightest on stage, while the movie musical was all but dead. The Phantom Of The Opera was recently released on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK courtesy of 88 Films’ Cult Horror Collection.
|Le Fantôme de l'Opéra — Wikipédia||It had opened two years prior in London. While the other happenings have passed into the history books, Harold Prince's show-noir production soldiers on.|
Neither version features any special . Jan 27, · For an added lift, we visit the opera-house roof, with its cloud-swept view of a twinkling late-night Paris, and the subterreanean lake where the Phantom travels by gondola to a .