This also goes with his humor when walking from the exploding hospital so calmly. When the building exploded behind him the news producers and pedestrians fear him as he was laughing. Joker is the villain or bad guy because no one can forget his famous question, why so serious? did the girls also brought the white man also called reading into the darkness he did this in one moon and all he wants is that the world is evil when Joker was being interrogated by Batman super had no power in the room with him I thought tool Batman save during person Harvey Dent that was the evilest and smartest move in the movie in my opinion. Batman is considered good because he would do anything for Gotham but not a hero the Batman is an outlaw or vigilante.
Before the climax the crew starts seeing weird things and tries to fire Doug, because they think he is very lazy. They also get very important news from their boss Steve. The climax begins when Toby, Annabel, and Strobe realize that the pizzeria that they work at is actually a monster hunting organization and one of their members that work there confess that he owns Killer Pizza! When Toby, Annabel, and Strobe have to decide if they want to be MCOs (Monster Combat Officers) is the falling action. Theme This story is Man vs. Man/creature, because Toby, Annabel, and Strobe have to hunt down or kill monsters.
Kay is shocked to find out that Bill was responsible for date rape involving a local reporter but is relieved that he is not the murderer. Kay and her team crack the final clue and are ready when the killer breaks into her house. During an attempt on Scarpetta's life, Marino shoots and kills the rapist, a young man who chose his victims through calls made to the 911 emergency dispatcher. One of the Scarpetta's technicians uncovers sabotage enacted by Amburgey in an attempt to have Scarpetta fired. Reporter Abby Turnbull who threatens to reveal his illegal activities eventually confronts Amburgey.
He's going to take the fall for Harvey's crimes. You see, if the word is out that Harvey killed those people, everything he put forth in court would be dismissed. All the people he locked behind bars would be released. Everything undone. Batman does not want to let the joker win, so they're doing a cover
The duo kill Brett, find the suitcase and are about to leave until a man hiding inside the bathroom attempts to kill the two. Though at point blank range, the man misses all 6 shots and the pair quickly neutralize him. Jules thinks it is a sign of god that he should stop living 'the life ' (The job of being a professional killer) and quits 'the life ' hoping to maybe travel to Europe or just go with where life takes him, while realizing all the people he killed and all the destruction he lay waste to. (Pulp) This example displays the third trait of heroism because though Jules 's job is to kill people, he eventually realizes that though he collects money and nothing disastrous has happened to him or any of his loved ones, that what he is doing is wrong. He recognizes that he killed countless people and that he presumably left crying families and several other problems other people had to solve.
The fact that Ripley kills people, shows that he knows himself that what he is doing illegal and wrong. It also proves conclusively that he knows how he is and that he tries really hard to preserve himself. Towards the end of the movie, when Ripley kills Peter, Tom Ripley’s identity also dies too in this act of self-destruction. In the last frame, the audience sees a full profile of Tom’s face, one side in light and the other side in darkness. This represents the profound theme of man’s duality - The intuitive and psychological confusing nature of mankind to be twofold.
Jesse asks Walt to make ricin poison to kill them and explains to Walt that the “entire world would be better off” if they were gone. However, Jesse efforts come to a halt because Walt tells the kingpin, Gus, about Jesse’s plan. Jesse stood up to Gus and insisted that children not be used in the business to which Gus ultimately agreed. Later, Jesse learns that the two dealers have killed Tomas, the 11-year boy who worked with them. Without hesitation, Jesse prepares to kill them himself, but Walt arrives and runs over them with his car
In Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, insanity is depicted throughout the novel by Jack and his followers which later become known as “The Tribe”. Insanity is a form of mental illness which causes the inhabitant to be overcome with madness. In chapter 10 Golding tells of a horrendous attack against Ralph, Piggy, and the twins Sam and Eric. The attack was led by none other than Jack and the tribe to steal Piggy’s glasses for a fire to roast a pig that was hunted earlier. Ralph later confronts Jack at the “Castle Rock” to inform him that if he needed fire all he had to do was ask.
The second difference is the attitude of the gods when they are defeated. In “How stories Came to earth” the sky-god is willing to hand over the reward because Anansi followed through with the deal and captured all the animals. In “Coyote Steals Fire” although thunder knew Coyote cheated, he still reacted violently and tried to kill him. The third difference is the way in which the tricksters go about achieving their goals. In “How Stories Came To earth” Anansi uses his wife's ideas to trap the animals and bring them to the sky-god.
In the book This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab, Kate, one of the main characters, kills a man when he ambushes her. The man was working for a group of monsters, Malchai, who were trying to take over Verity, the city Kate’s father runs. The man himself is evil and has caused many deaths, so Kate killing him was actually a good move. At first, it sounded as if she did it because she was moving too fast, but she recognized the man to be in cahoots with the Malchai. She took a calculated risk when she killed man, but it was not a accident.