Batman is a dark and mysterious person but he knows the fine line between right and wrong By this I mean batman can tell when he needs to hurt someone or help them. For example, the first scenes of the movie of Russian mob are trying to deal with the Scarecrow. Vigilantes posing as the Batman show up and then the real Batman breaks the wall with a dramatic entrance. The vigilantes try and imitate batman because they want to help and protect Gotham. Batman could kill them as a Joker would slaughter them and laugh, but he has to beat them out of Instead Batman fight for the city and doesn 't kill anyone that makes him different from the vigilantes and
This paper describes three particular scenes throughout The Dark Knight and elaborates on those scenes in terms of three specific psychological principles. The psychological principles discussed in this paper is Kohlberg 's theory of postconventional morality, the social trap theory, and antisocial personality disorder. One scene that illustrates Kohlberg 's postconventional morality is Batman 's rather rough interrogation of the Joker. In this scene, Batman is interrogating the Joker in order to receive directions regarding where Harvey Dent and Rachel were (they were strapped up to chairs surrounded by bombs in different locations). Throughout the interrogation, Batman physically hurts the Joker by smashing his head into the glass windows
Walter is a hard-boiled editor for The Morning Post who learns his ex-wife and former star reporter, Hildegard "Hildy" Johnson, is about to marry bland insurance man Bruce Baldwin and settle down to a quiet life as a wife and mother in Albany, New York. Walter does everything he can to keep Hildy from leaving, including setting Bruce up so he gets arrested over and over again on trumped-up charges. I could tell that Walter and Hildy were married before, but I assumed that since Walter wanted Hildy to stay in his newspaper company and marry her again, he still had feelings
In "Serial Killers: From Jack the Ripper to Aileen Wuornos," myths about serial killers are pointed out, which include “serial killers are all dysfunctional loners” (Blake and Cooper ). This myth derives from the belief that serial killers are monsters; however, it is a myth because most serial killers actually function well through relationships. Throughout Dexter, Dexter develops relationships with multiple people, and ends up marrying someone he truly loves, Rita, and caring his children. Examples of serial killers in Dexter, who defeat the misconception of being a loner, start in season one with The Ice Truck Killer, who drains the blood of his victims then cuts them into precise pieces, dates Dexter’s sister, Debra Morgan. Since Debra is a detective, she should suspects The Ice Truck Killer, Rudy, of these terrible crimes, but because of his charming nature; she is oblivious to his true identity.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Paper (798 words) Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a novel that illustrates the mysterious experiences of Dr. Jekyll. This novel correctly perceives evil as although wicked and wrong, it’s something that people can’t subdue because of the temptations that it offers. In the beginning of the novel, Mr. Utterson, Dr. Jekyll’s lawyer, witnessed the event of how a small, evil man, trampled a little girl. To his suspense, this sadistic man is Mr. Hyde, the same person Dr. Jekyll wishes to give all his belongings to if something were to happen to him. Mr. Utterson later found out that Mr. Hyde killed a member of the parliament and then disappeared.
The Zodiac Killer has claimed to have taken 37 lives, but police investigative reports concluded that only seven were related to the Zodiac ( Vogit, “Zodiackiller.com”). The zodiac has been taunting investigative forces by sending local newspaper companies his cryptograms and letters. The zodiac was known to kill isolated couples and individuals. He also took in some of his victims and tortured them till they died or used them as hostages for his future plans. The letters contained a message that taunted the police for his next crime and a cryptogram for them to solve.
In the movie The Dark Night Rises, Batman has a person vs person conflict with Bane who is a super villain. Bane wants to destroy Gotham city but Batman is the only person who can stop him. 2. In the movie 2012, Jackson Curtis has to try to save his family while they 're are natural disasters that threaten the human species. He tries his best to do all he can to save his family.
Have you ever heard of Joker, Magneto, and Darth Vader? They are all evil characters in Batman, X-Men, and Star Wars - well known stories that have been adapted into films. The villainous character is one of the main components of a superb story. The juxtaposition of heroes and villains creates depth in terms of conflict, character development, and resolve. But specifically how do you identify a villain?
Ironman’s parents died in a car accident on a dark night. Ironman’s love interest is his secretary, Pepper Potts. Ironman gets his wealth from the business that his Dad started called stark industries. When it comes to superheroes most don’t have a business. However, Batman does have a business.
As stated previously, the government kidnapped Scully in a previous season and experimented on her, resulting in the cancerous tumor. The opposition from cancer does not stop at that, it extends to the men and women responsible for Scully’s abduction and her subsequent affliction. The form of the United States government is that of The Cancer Man, a primary antagonist of the series labeled because of his tenacity for smoking cigarettes in almost every shot of him. While throughout most of the series he is seen as Mulder and Scully’s primary enemy, this episode he does not interact with either of them. He serves as a symbol of care, for only he knows about how Scully recieved the cancerous tumor and how to get it out of her.
“We got a dead woman on the merry-go-round.”(pg 21) Right away at the beginning of NYPD Red 2 there is action and suspense. James Patterson’s and Marshall Karp’s book NYPD Red 2 is a fast paced novel where two cops who work for the elite task force in New York City called NYPD Red must find the Hazmat Killer before the the Hazmat Killer strikes again. NYPD Red 2 is one of James Patterson’s best works of fiction and one of Marshall Karp’s best books. The story is told from two points of view. The first is Zach Jordan, a detective for NYPD Red.
Jones is an alcoholic that is dealing with helping super heroes and other people in solving crimes. But when Alias really gets dark is when she faces off against the villain Purple Man/Kilgrave. He has the power of mind control/controlling your will. In the comic, she goes against him in one of her investigations. In the series, she had already met him and is part of the long arc of the show that deals with her PTSD from her experiences and ultimately is responsible for her alcoholism and generally negative and bratty
city. Throughout this whole movie, there is action and violence going on. You see Batman fighting against the criminals to stop crime and you see the Joker doing his criminal work which also include fighting and violence. The story keeps you interested the whole time. You are focused on Batman and the Joker and you see the different ways they work in the city.
When he first learns of the prophecy from Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman), Business’ police force finds Vitruvius and come in guns blazing. After a narrow escape, thanks to Batman (Will Arnett), the crew heads to a council comprised of all of the Master Builders. The council is unimpressed with Emmet’s lack of skill, and plan. Once again, the police find Emmet and end up capturing most of the Master Builders and the crew narrowly escapes, this time with Emmet’s double decker
The Batman has also been coined as the World’s Greatest Detective, being able to solve any lawlessness by a criminal. However, he is human and does make mistakes. Of all his skills, possibly his most significant one is instilling fear into his foes. In conclusion, Bruce Wayne would be the individual I would be if I had to choose since he is a billionaire, and at night becomes the Batman. However, one tremendous downside is that Bruce Wayne witnessed his parents’ death when he was eight years old.