My successful movie character is Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th films. Jason is a very successful movie character because of the amount of time, work and money put into the film. He is also a horror movie icon because of being the one of the best and first slasher movies, with it being very well done and sufficiently scary. I think another hint of him being a successful movie character is just Jason himself. At the time, a lot of horror movies were somewhat bad and a bit cheesy, but once audiences met Jason, the demonic machete wielder from Crystal Lake, audiences were sold right away.
James just moved from B.C. to a school in Ontario. As a grade 8 student, moving half way through a school year, he's having a hard time adjusting to all this change. He feels the reasons for his move are private, and he's not comfortable discussing them with anyone, but people keep asking about it. He feels like after the first two weeks in his new class he doesn't want to be friends with anyone. His teacher, along with the work being assigned, seems so different from what he was doing out west. James is becoming very stressed out. Just recently, he verbally abused his bus driver on his way to school and was given a suspension.
Ever since James moved to Ontario from B.C., he has been having mental stress. He moved into an entire new school, house and environment and its just way too much change for him all at once. The reason he left is somewhat personal and he prefers not telling anyone why he moved, but people just won’t stop asking. Now because of his mental stress, he doesn’t want to befriend any of the new kids. Even his work is to much change for him. This big cluster of stress finally got to his boiling point and he verbally abused his local bus driver on his way to school and was awarded a suspension.
How to cure his stress
There are many strategies to reduce stress. I would recommend to get off any device and go somewhere with a quiet, peaceful and beautiful landscape. Then just Sit there and meditate.
Have you ever gotten as mad and stressed as James?
Does Mr.Brooke really love Joseph as much as it seems? Or does he just crave the money that Joseph has in bank?
Movies usually includes various music sequences to make the movie more in depth. In depressive scenes were a character perishes, the music becomes slow and sad. For example, when Thorin got decapitated by the orc at the ending of the hobbit trilogy, an emotional soundtrack of music added detail into the scene. Yet some movies likes to switch things up. Usually when a character gets eaten alive by a flesh craving zombie, they instead put slow motion into the scene to make it more sadistic and emotional. Next, there's action scenes. Action scenes include not actual music, but a rapid rush of thundering drums to make the experience more engaging. Take fury road, for example. When Scrotus seeks out to reclaim Max, he violently chases after him, churning the machines into a battlefield. The music went terrific with the scene, including the rig with the drums and the guy with his flame spewing guitar. Yet this is not the case for every action movie. In Hardcore Henry, there is a scene where Henry is getting attacked by his enemies. The scene did something different. Instead of a mix of different drums, they used an actual fast paced song. This is difficult to do, since every word and beat has to match up to the scene. So the question is, which soundtrack would be best for Orbiting Jupiter?
I love to imagine that the Orbiting Jupiter is based upon the 80s. The book feels more exhilarating with the 80s feel. The book itself is a little more slow and depressive than most novels. That's when I decided the entrance song should be Relax, Don’t Do It by Frank goes to Hollywood. I love it when a film begins with a more upbeat song to really make an awesome welcoming. Everybody entered the theatres to the conjuring 2, completely petrified and scared. The very starting was quite the disturbing scene, but the actual story began with a pumped up happy song. It obviously became more scary over time. My intro song will be Relax. The lyrics includes Relax, Don’t Do It. This is a perfect match for the fact that he attempted murdering his teacher. The lyrics also includes when you want to come. I can connect this to the fact that he decides when he wants to enter his new foster family. The lyrics also includes shoot in the right direction, scheme those schemes. This verse could be connected to Orbiting Jupiter because Jack really needs to shoot in the right direction, and scheme his schemes, or he may not find his child, Jupiter.
Orbiting Jupiter has a more dark aspect. A young boy named Joseph had a baby which one day vanished and his wife died, leading Joseph in a deep abyss of desolation. His cloud of infinite darkness lead him to losing his sanity, leading him to attempt an assassination on his teacher. This put him in a detention centre for a long period of time, making his depression worse. I would guess the soundtrack would not be the most cheerful song ever. That's why I would make main soundtrack Space Oddity. Space Oddity keeps that sad aspect, but does not make it qualm.
Speculation: The Space Oddity lyrics are coincidently linked to the Orbiting Jupiter storyline. The song has a very heavy emotional impact on the story. The slow vibe of the song goes perfect on how Jack is pillaging everywhere to find his lost child. Its coincidental because Major Tom is stranded in an infinite abyss, and Jupiter is lost in a massive world. Including the fact that the name Jupiter is a planet that is out in space, which is where Major Tom is. The song also has a story to it. Ground control is trying to find Major Tom’s signal after his circuits fried, and Joseph is looking for Jupiter after he lost her.
ThE cast for Orbiting Jupiter!
Jack’s father= Jack`s father plays an important role throughout the storyline of Orbiting Jupiter. Besides the fact that he is a main character, he is also the nurturing foster father of Joseph. Bradley cooper was my direct choice, since he seems like he is very skilled at the serious protective role. Take american sniper for example, the entire movie he played his character extremely successfully, he played the serious soldier to the top limits. He may be showcased for more of the humorous films, but I think he would be an awesome addition. Another movie Bradley Cooper made was limitless. He plays a character that has a deadly pill that can break the limitless of his brain, using the complete 100 percent of his brain. He portrayed a person that's serious and protective, even in hangover, he seemed a little more mature then maybe allen or doctor seemed to be. Orbiting Jupiter seems like a movie that would be completely necessary to include Bradley Cooper.
Mr.Canton= Mr.Canton is not the most empathetic person. He is unevenly strict, he is a little to power crazed over the school and seems completely ruthless when it comes to bad students. That's when I decided to choose Kevin Spacey. Every movie he's in usually always collides with the villain role. Not only the fact that he is normally the bad guy, yet he usually is always that certain bad guy that does not have crazy superpowers, but the bad guys that wears the fancy suit and the more sneaky feel. In superman returns, a movie I personally never watched, I viewed some images of the villains and the bad guy was some kind of cyborg, but he was not Kevin. Kevin instead was the guy with the kryptonite, being sneaky and ignorant. Not to forget his role in Advanced Warfare. He was not some kind of super soldier that society inherits so much, but instead was the head of the evil ATLAS industry. He was not skilled with a weapon or had superpowers, he was just a businessman that gets what he wants. That seems to match up with Mr.Canton pretty well. Jack`s mother= Jen Aniston
Jack`s mother is not widely showcased inside the book. Her character will rarely be mentioned, so I did not go to in depth with this one, just because I do not know much about Jack`s mom. I chose Jen Aniston since she is around the same age as Bradley Cooper. She also is a good fit with the cast, I can't really judge her personality in the book since I do not know much of Jack's mom.
As an audience member to Orbiting Jupiter, how do you think Josephs character has changed from chapter 1 to chapter 2?
Joseph is becoming more comfortable with his school community. His school leaders are also becoming more open with Josephs new attitude. Joseph is including himself in more various activities, like when he challenged coach Swietech to a rope climbing competition. Principal Du'helley is also respecting Josephs new arrival, since he accepted his note pad challenge instead of ignoring him.
Do you think Joseph changed for the good?
Orbiting Jupiter is a book about a mysterious teenage boy entering his new foster family, yet also has been imprisoned in a juvenile detention center after attempting to gruesomely murder his teacher. He also has an infant who currently is 3 months old. This puts a permanent negative label upon him, making his entire school community label him as an ominous figure. Predicted because of the fact that he nearly killed his teacher, which means that it could be extremely likely that he will inflict violence again, easily making him ominous. He is also undoubtedly taciturn, reasonably because he rarely makes voice contact to anybody, the odd time he may scarcely speak to his family, which is somewhat a taciturn thing to do. Excluding the fact that he is very ominous and taciturn, he is also significantly eccentric. He never express his emotions, he never talks to anybody but a cow named Rosy, he tried murdering his own teacher and he memorized the exact location where Jupiter hovers. That is very eccentric if you ask me...