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    Matilda Movie Analysis

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    Matilda Matilda is a movie about a young girl named Matilda Wormwood. Matilda had been neglected as a young child and then forced by her parents to learn how to take care of herself. A major part of the story is based at the school where all the students who attended the school were not treated very nicely by their principle Miss Trunchball. Matilda is based on the Roald Dahl novel ‘Matilda’. The film director is Danny DeVito who believed did a great job. This film did a great job displaying a few

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    The film ‘Matilda’ directed by Danny DeVito was released in the year 1996 on the second of August. Danny DeVito illustrates Agatha Trunchbull in an evil and malicious way through the music used which is usually eerie and loud and her appearance which is quite unflattering and unapproachable. The camera angles used which were generally at a low angle also make Ms Trunchbull appear larger and more intimidating. Firstly, Ms Trunchbull is shown to be an evil and malicious character through her negative

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    Matilda is the story of an unwanted daughter who turns out to be something of a prodigy. Mr Wormwood, Matildas father, is a dodgy second-hand car salesman who rather foolishly sells old broken cars to the Russian Mafia, Mrs Wormwood has a penchant for Latin American dancing and dresses in garish costumes. The Wormwoods dislike their daughter Matilda intensely. They do not understand her interest in books and encourage her to be like her older brother and fall comatose in front of the 'telly'. And

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    Family friendly, heart tugging, hilarious, energy filled, Matilda the Musical does it all in this unbelievable performance and is a must see for everyone. The humor is perfect for all ages and will have everyone laughing, but at the same time still has little remarks that go over the kid's head. Matilda the Musical is currently playing in the beautiful Cambridge Theatre in London’s West End and the set and special of effects of the Matilda are a little unnecessary at times, but still impressive nonetheless

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    Matilda Research Paper

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    Concentrating really hard Matilda manages to pour a cup of water on Miss Trunchbull. Unbeknowst to her this is only the beginning of what is to come with Matilda's magical powers. Matilda was written by Roald Dahl and was made into a movie that was directed by Danny De Vito. It is about a girl with extraordinary powers. At only 5 years old Matilda is reading Charles Dickens novels and solving multiplication problems. She is a very bright child who loves to learn and loves school. Her parents still

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    34% of cases, is the most commonly reported form of child maltreatment (31). In Roald Dahl’s Matilda and Neil Gaiman’s Coraline, parental neglect is contrasted against violence as both are shown to be psychologically detrimental to a child, while the impact of these imperfect parents is able to help a child redefine their sense of self. The overt neglect of her prodigal intellect experienced by Matilda leaves her feeling misunderstood and an outsider in her family which differs from the perceived

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    learning to read, being spoiled by their parents and napping. But in Roald Dahl's novel ,Matilda. Let's just say Matilda is Not your average five year old. Her hobbies include reading extensive novels, memorizing the twelve times tables and writing limerick poems. While living with a rather ignorant family, you know the kind that eats in front of the “telly” every night and doesn't believe in exercise or reading. Matilda has to overcome the challenges thrown at her by her Mother, Father, and of course

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    Ambrosio was seduced by Matilda unfortunately but because of his position and his lack of knowledge on sexual discourse, he decided to paly back Matilda’s nakedness by speaking so much about it. He states thus “ May I not safely credit her assertion? Will it not be easy for me to forget her sex and consider her as my friend and as a disciple? She strove to keep me ignorant of sex. She has not made attempts to rouse my slumbering passions, nor has she ever conversed with me till this night on the

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    The Matilda Effect

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    is great, and there have been countless instances in history of women’s discoveries and breakthroughs being credited to a man. So many times, in fact, that there is a term specifically for this occurrence. Known as “the Matilda effect”, named after women’s rights activist Matilda Joslyn Gage, it refers to the process of the suppression of women’s contribution to science in regards to incorrect accreditation to a male counterpart for a woman’s research. It has seen a woman’s scientific findings appropriated

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    Matilda Wormwood

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    Matilda – The musical It sounded ambitious to say at least: a cast of more than 10 children interacting with adults, singing, and dancing enthusiastic choreographies from a show that lasts more than 2 hours straight. This is the story of Matilda Wormwood, a 5-year-old, imaginative and independent girl who immerses herself in books. Matilda is produced in the West End Theatre by the Royal Shakespeare Company, directed by the known director Matthew Warchus, written by Dennis Kelly and based on the

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