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Tone and Mood
Transcript of Tone and Mood
By Natalie Sanchez
This video is a small clip from the animated Pixar movie, "Up." How this represents the mood, "heartbroken," is by first making you believe that this will turn out to be the perfect typical white-picket fence love story, but the tale takes a devastating turn of events and the ending hits you like a bullet in the back, leaving you with an empty, 'heartbroken' feeling.
In this PSA, the director feels compassionate about the problems many people face nowadays in which we can all relate to. Trying to make such silly circumstances sound like such a serious matter achieves the directors purpose into making the audience feel sympathetic towards those who are experiencing these 'hardships'.
This video is an animated short by Cyanide and Happiness called, "Sinking Ship." This video is the definition of cynical, giving you a negative slice of life (the doings are all motivated by self interest), but is still comedic at the same time.
Despite the last few comments, this Tumblr post is very inspirational. "You are now one day closer to eating your next plate of nachos," can be a motto anyone can live by to brighten your day, always having a reason to look forward to a new tomorrow.
This is another post found on Tumblr, questioning a shot of a news report with no context behind it. It isn't necessarily a negative mood, it just makes you say, "What?" after reading it. The answer to this question lies entirely on what you believe is true to you.
This song is perplex. By Foster the People, Pumped Up Kicks tries to fool you, making the upbeat rhythm of the song seem like its all goody gumdrops (which I'm guessing that's what FTP shot for), but that all changes when you actually decide to analyze the lyrics. One piece of lyric that shows this is,"All the other kids with the pumped up kicks better run better run, outrun my gun, all the other kids with the pumped up kicks better run better run, faster than my bullet."
Shown to the left are a compilation of photos that can make anyone uncomfortable just by mere sight of them. What's Depicted:
- A backwards Oreo.
- A Hubba Bubba Tape Gum Pack not eaten properly.
- Horizontally sliced bread.
- Megan Fox's thumb.
If you have read the Hunger Games series and seen the movie Frozen, then you'd understand this horrific joke, yet again found on Tumblr. This makes everyone personally feel somewhat discontented, you can say the joke was made too soon. A more informal but stronger feeling would be described as, "Literally bye," or, "I'm done."
In the movie Mean Girls, Gretchen Wieners felt inferior and as though she were being treated unfairly by her best friend, Regina George. In order to purge her emotions, she expresses her anger through her Julius Caesar essay. Her rage is noticeable in the tone of her voice (the way she reads her essay, nearly screaming). Gretchen Weiners had cracked.
From Stephen Chbosky's Perks of Being a Wallflower, this quote from the movie makes you think, and it does make sense when you actually do analyze it. Originally, this was a quote from the book, but it was being said by Charlie's language arts teacher. In the movie, it's changed to where Sam is asking Charlie the question and Charlie responds. The way that Charlie says this line makes it sound as though he had been contemplating it for an eternity and finally 'mastered' the quote.
The highway to hell's now much shorter than before,
I forgot why I'm even here anymore,
Children crying over the plastic incentive they did not receive,
The depressing waddlers run with their trays without much ease,
The world's overrun with greasy foods and apathy,
Because obviously nobody cares about my social anxiety,
Awaiting my demise, my hands sweat to the point where they can melt ice,
I'm nearing my deathbed, oh what joy,
Begging my mom not to go, I gave in and she said, "Attaboy!"
My heart's left its chest, all my blood's down to my knees,
Through dry lips I barely request,
"May I have an extra packet of ketchup please?"