The second makes clearer that you are discussing a film, apparently. Here is some specific feedback; please note the changes:
As Scrooge goes home that night, he is met by the Ghost of Christmas Past. The Ghost shows how Scrooge became the person he is, taking Scrooge on a personal flight through his own history. Scrooge is physically removed from the ground by the Ghost and flown through the air. Because the film is in 3D, it allows the audience to fly along with Scrooge. The Ghost shows Scrooge forgotten scenes of his difficult childhood, which awake negative emotions within Scrooge and make him think about the importance of being altruistic. Scrooge is then visited by the Ghost of Christmas Present, who shows how people view Scrooge: as a man who resembles an ‘ass’. This spirit gives Scrooge self-awareness, which assists in his search for identity. Finally, Scrooge is visited by the fearsome Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. The spirit chases Scrooge in a horse and cart and casts a spell which shrinks Scrooge to a miniature size. Scrooge is juxtaposed to the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come through the use of high shot camera angles on Scrooge, showing how insignificant he is, and low shot camera angles on the Ghost, who is seen as powerful and terrifying. Dickens’ most powerful metaphor is turned into a literal interpretation, which greatly affects the viewer. The Ghost then shows Scrooge his dismal future of a lonely death, and he makes Scrooge realise that he doesn’t want a future of being an avaricious miser. Scrooge realises that he is not important; it is only through acts of goodwill that he becomes important. Scrooge is then placed back into the reality and changes his identity by becoming a positive force in the community. Scrooge’s journey for identity changed him from bad to good because of the influence of the three ghosts.