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The Boy and the Beast is a Japanese animated action-adventure fantasy film written and directed by Mamoru Hosoda. The film stars the voices of Aoi.
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- He's Been a Monster All Day
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This is a tough movie that takes on adult issues and doesn't shy away from the grim realities of its subject matter. But that's what makes this grim children's story work.
He's Been a Monster All Day
It's a work of lovely darkness. It's a wonderful and spectacular film, shot from a child's point of view, though it is maybe too dark for children. When a film is trying really hard with only the best of intentions and all the right influences to say something very welcome and worth saying A Monster Calls is just too much sadness layered upon even more sadness until you reach a sad conclusion with nothing more than feeling of absolute emotional numbness.
The detailed visual effects and character development help "A Monster Calls" carry this coming age story out of the crowded water. At times sluggish and redundant, A Monster Calls nevertheless stays true to the child's evolving perspective. An artistically gifted but bullied school boy has to deal with his mother's approaching cancer death and is visited by a tree monster a night.
What sounds like a fantasy adventure is actually a pretty serious drama about children being confronted with loss.
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Especially the short stories the monster tells are beautifully animated and the protagonist is a highly talented young actor. One has to wonder who the audience for this is, though. Children will find it too dark and uneventful, adults may be put off by a CGI tree creature.
Especially the ending is very touching, though. Even though it boasts a great cast, stunning visual effects and a promising premise, A Monster Calls is too dark and a missing opportunity. Full review on filmotrope. So here we have yet another adaptation of a children's book that you could be mistaken for thinking was a light-hearted fantasy romp Certainly the movies poster looks very fairytale-esque and the plot sounds very quaint and whimsical, but prepare for a shock. Not a horrible shock, just a slightly glum, depressing and slow burning shock. Obviously there is a lot of emotion in this young boys life with his father now living in the US with another woman and his mother slowly dying.
On top of all that his future looks glum as he will soon be living with his grandmother whom he does not get on with, oh and he gets bullied at school Jesus! Well one night, around The monster approaches and confronts a very afraid Conor telling him that at the same time, over a period of time, he will tell him three true stories from the past. Once these stories have been told Conor must then tell the creature a true story of his own. Now of course its not hard to realise that these three stories will in fact reflect the boys life in parts, they will be windows into his emotions.
Of course the real question the movie makes you ask is whether or not this tree monster is in fact a real creature or merely the boys wild imagination. The King soon dies and his people suspect the Queen of killing him in order to gain power. The Queen actually rules well but plots to marry off the Kings only Prince so she can retain power. The Prince runs away with a farm girl until such time that he can return and be crowned King.
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One morning the Prince awakens to find the young farm girl murdered, naturally the Prince assumes the Queen killed her so he rallies the people against her. Just before the mob can reach the Queen the tree creature whisks her away to safety. The Queen did not kill the King or the farm girl, nor was she a specifically bad witch. Twas the Prince who killed the farm girl in order to try and overthrow the young Queen and gain power. This story relates to Conor's grandmother Sigourney Weaver in the sense that while she is strict and kinda unlikable, she has never actually done anything wrong in regards to Conor.
She has actually looked after him very well and Conor is failing to understand her situation under the current circumstances. Much like the Queen who didn't actually do anything wrong, people believed she was evil and thought she would commit evil, but she did not. In order to make up more medicines the apothecary pesters the local parson to cut down a Yew tree within the church yard. The parson refuses this request point blank and becomes fed up with the apothecary.
The parson does not agree with the apothecaries traditional ways and slowly manages to turn his congregation against the old medicine man. Some time later the Parsons two children becomes very ill and nothing can help, so he turns to the apothecary. Of course the apothecary asks why he should help him after he took away all his custom and refused the Yew tree for which to make cures. The parson agrees to cut down the tree and bring his congregation back, the apothecary declines and the parson's children die. The tree creature appears and destroys the parson's house as punishment.
The reason being the the apothecary stuck to his beliefs and could have saved lives, the parson changed his beliefs to suit himself, convenience. This story may relate to Conor's estranged father in regards to him choosing an easy path, much like the pastor. Conor's father has basically left his mother and is enjoying life in America whilst they carry on the daily grind in the UK.
He obviously comes back when Conor's mother is ill but it doesn't seem genuine, more of a reluctant duty, changing his position to suit himself. But he obviously cares enough to come back, he cares enough for his son, so I'm unsure on this one. I was also surprised that Conor didn't really receive any punishment for destroying his grandmothers living room which he does in a trance like state when the creature describes destroying the parson's house.
I was also surprised that this event didn't result in Conor getting some psychological assistance. So the man summoned the tree creature to make him visible.
The tree creature helps the man but he soon discovers there are harder things in life than people not seeing or noticing you. Whilst this story is being told the tree creature possesses Conor and beats up the school bully.
A mother describes her son as the monster he has been all day. He yells and yowls, plays in the mud, revs up his monster trucks and runs wild all night. He discovers it is not quite so fun to be a monster alone. Exhausted, he falls into bed and returns to the sweet, but sleeping, little boy that mother loves. Read more about author Denise Brennan-Nelson in this interview on the Engage blog. Sitting in a lonely corner in the other room a little boy overhears his parents talking about him. The day bursts wide open with monstrous doings. Monsters might even cut the cheese and not apologize.
The Boy and the Monster/Secret in the Cellar
In hilarious, mischievous and wonderfully disgusting rhymes, we follow him through his new world of monsterness and monsterosity. It inspires him to imagine what it might be like to actually turn into a monster. The story rhymes nicely, and the colorful illustrations by Cyd Moore add to the story — especially the appearance of the trusty cat who appears on most pages.
The moral is that being a monster can be lonely without a special someone to spend time with. A good book also for a parent with a child or two who might recognize themselves in the pouty protagonist. With his rosy cheeks and impish smile, how could the little boy in this picture book possibly be mistaken for a monster? With sound effects throughout, this rhyming read-aloud provides the opportunity for discussing appropriate and inappropriate behavior with preschoolers, as well as the concept of unconditional love. Transforming himself into a scaly-skinned, green-faced ghoul, this boy begins to growl and grumble, sneer and scowl.
He befriends the pet monster under his bed and makes general mayhem. It felt a bit like something was missing -- why the the boy Lost? Clearly this takes place near a human settlement the monster finds plenty of people to eat the feet of, the animals ar This was good, but I wished there had been a few notes included. Clearly this takes place near a human settlement the monster finds plenty of people to eat the feet of, the animals are accustomed to human violence so why has he not spoken with another person in so long that he has forgotten his name?
Is he a scapegoat figure?
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Is this related to the "Boys Who Were Neglected" story? I dunno, maybe it is simply a cautionary tale intended to scare children so they don't mess around with unfamiliar items in the wilderness. Sep 10, Sarah Stumphf rated it liked it. I understand what this book is trying to teach children, how everything has a place in this world.
However, I am a little concerned with what children may actually take away from the story. For example, rattlesnakes are okay to approach at all, and scorpions are safe to be around. Believe me, while reading this with my six year old, I made sure he understood that these creatures are best left alone!
Feb 24, Bradley Cooper rated it it was amazing. A Native American folktale that is done well. Seemed a lot more modern than most. Jan 17, Lori Taylor rated it it was amazing.
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The incredible art and story are captivating and speak to young and old on how to be in the world. May 13, Dagmar rated it really liked it Shelves: Reminiscent of the Lion and the Mouse, this is the tale of a boy who helps others and is then helped by himself. My students just loved this book and clapped as I finished it. The monster is creepy and comical and the boy's good deeds are laudable. Old Foot Eater is an awful monster who lives in a tree and catches young children by coiling a very sticky rope at the bottom of a tree.
Old Foot Eater particularly likes eating the feet of small children. A lost boy, who has wandered so long that he's Reminiscent of the Lion and the Mouse, this is the tale of a boy who helps others and is then helped by himself. A lost boy, who has wandered so long that he's forgotten his own name, sees a rattlesnake sunning himself on a rock.