John wails. Mike controls John. John sobs softly. Suddenly, John's face turns into angry.
What I'm trying to describe is the facial expression changes. John was sad and crying, and suddenly he get anger. Instead of saying "He get anger," I'm describing how his face changes. Is this correct in English? Is it commonly used by native English speaker?
In my language we have this kind of sentence, like describing how your face changes with different moods like laugh, crying, anger, etc.