In spite of his capture, there was no way to find where he came from not thru his fingerprints, or from his dental records, not even with his DNA was there a match within Gotham City’s Police Department databases. However, there are some theories in the film, but that’s all it is just a few theory. But the final objective of both the joker and IT is that they both break down the victims to break their morals. We see The Joker thrusting not only batman to break his moral code to destabilize him mentally and emotionally. We also see noteworthy example in the hospital, when The Joker hands over his gun to Harvey Dent then points it to his head, betting his life on the chance that Dent would take up his philosophy of anarchy.
Superman destroys blocks abound blocks of a city. And in Kick-Ass were Kick-Ass is meet with plenty of violence when coming into the superhero world in the form of a beating broadcasted online by a crime boss. We all see heroes as these amazing people who do stuff we can’t. They take the law in their own hands. But are the superheroes doing the ethical thing if they are (or are not) doing the legal thing?
He pays a price as he tries to stop the chaos in Gotham by confronting Bain and injuring his back ineptly. Bruce is placed in a well in a Subterranean prison located somewhere in the East. This well image was also shown in the beginning of Batman Begins where Bruce faced on of his most fearful encounters, the presence of bats. The well reveals an alluring circle above the prison that shows the clear, blue sky. In order to roam free the prisoners must make despairing leaps for freedom, which often results in injury or even death.
Gordon successfully cuts off the bomb's ability to be remotely detonated while Selina kills Bane, allowing Batman to chase Talia. He tries to force her to take the bomb to the fusion chamber where it can be stabilized, but she remotely floods the chamber. Batman shoots her truck off the road and Talia dies in the resulting crash, confident that the bomb cannot be stopped. Using the Bat developed by Fox, Batman hauls the bomb beyond the city limits, where it detonates over the
Someone once said “All the violence in the movies and literature, you cannot tell me that it would not disturb a normal person.” In our days graphic novels became so violent that they cannot be demonstrated to the kids. The comic book “Legends of the Dark Knight” that written by the author named Chuck Dixon shows the great examples why the comic books should not be presented to the children. In this book author tells us how Batman violently defeats the irresistible beast. Batman kills the beast because of his horrible reprise of all the people in the city.
The male is always heroically personified – a man with brute strength, carrying a weapon on one shoulder and a lady on the other as he bolts through throngs of villains trying to murder him (Gamble). Contrarily, the female character is portrayed as ladylike and frail. For example, in the movie Superman Returns by Bryan Singer, Clark Kent rescued Lois Lane from Lex Luthor’s henchman who tried to harm Lois because she discovered Luthor’s evil schemes. Apart from
Blacksad discovers that Leon has disappeared, only to find out that Leon is already dead and buried under Noel Krisnok, and anagram of Leon Krisnoski. Blacksad is then beaten up in the cemetery by two thugs and he ends up getting arrested by the police. Down at the police station Smirnov (a police commissioner) explains to Blacksad that he cannot investigate the Willford case anymore because of the pressure upstairs, and makes Blacksad a deal that is to the advantage of both sides.
He eventually meets Tyler Durden, together they form a secret club known as "Fight Club". Later on they start to make more and more drastic actions such as blowing up credit card companie's buildings. Unbeknownst to the audience the narrator suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder. At the end of the film the audience finds out Tyler Durden isn't real and is actually his alter ego that he created " You wanted a way to change your life. You could not do this on your own.
The rest, of course, is detailed previous in this essay and it can easily be seen as to what consequences he faced due to his inability to deal with his psychological stressors. Joker was a bit different because he went through a more external situation seeing as how he fell into toxic chemicals due to a conflict with the Batman, as it is seen in this quote "The Joker, initially portrayed as a small-time crook. Which was driven insane by accident with toxic chemicals. Which then depicted him with shiny white skin, ruby red lips permanently fixed in demonic grin, and bright green hair" (The Joker, Kathleen Kuiper 2008). This, of course, is more about his surrounding which made him into a psychotic wreck of a person.
It has a good story, the actors were extremely impressive, the acting is exceptional, additionally, the directing is just superb. The special effect of the movie is extraordinary, Curtiz used some props that replicates today’s society, for example, Ricks passport, Curtiz made it so real that it contains visas and stamps from France, Spain, Ethiopia, and Morocco. Furthermore, the piano used in the movie is classic which makes it a classic film. Casablanca deserves every awards it received, there should be no doubt about it being a classic film, as well as, a timeless movie, because of its actor’s remarkable performances and its passage of such an ageless tale of affection and
Batman’s assumption of his duty to his community represents the American mindset of it duties to its own communities. This idea of putting community before anything is a worrying thought. Why does Batman do it? He does it to make sure order, justice, and understanding are number one in his community. Batman brings awareness to “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. and Nathaniel Hawthorne’s , “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” American spirit of having a duty to communities.
The secret life of Walter Mitty is a short story by James Thurber with a movie adaptation made in 2013; the movie adaptation is the clear better choice due to a multitude of reasons. First Walter has much better character development. One supporting detail of this is that Walter has a love interest in the movie. This gives the audience an interesting subplot and gives Walter an objective. Walter is in love with his co-worker Cheryl and has frequent daydreams about her and wants her to like him.
Have you ever had multiple bad situations happen to you where you just give up on trying to make them better. Well, Greg the main character in the story, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, always gets put in really bad positions. He gets embarrassed, hurt, disgusted, uncomfortable, and even annoyed throughout the whole story. Greg also changes throughout the story too. This book is about that no matter what situation you are put into, you can still make the best out if it.