He became furious at Batman for not avenging his death and killing the Joker. The Joker always returned, even when he is sent to jail. Jason Todd would eventually take on a villain identity, the Red Hood, and began hunting down the criminals of Gotham’s underworld, with no hesitation to kill. The Villain’s Journey is just as important as the Hero’s
Batman (a.k.a. Bruce Wayne) is one of the most iconic superheroes in the history of comics and the world. Although some may consider him a vigilante because of the way he takes justice into his own hands, he is an ally to the people of Gotham, bringing peace to the city in its darkest nights. The story of how Batman came to be can be quite complex and is seen in various versions but in most, Bruce is disgraced by the death of his parents: Thomas (owner of a massive Wayne company) and Martha Wayne. Therefore, as this essay progresses, I will like to analyze various aspects of Batman's biography and psychology such as "Home", how he was raised by his parents, their unexpected deaths, and all of the elements that made Bruce who he is today.
He always picks head because there is a picture of a woman on both sides of the coin. The joker kidnaps Harvey and Rachel, giving batman the choice of whom he wants to save. Batman saves Harvey just before the explosion, but half of Harvey’s face melted. At the hospital, the loss of Rachel becomes too much for Harvey, and after a small talk with the joker, he turns into the insane villain Two-Face. He now hunts the people who he feels is to blame for Rachel’s death, using his coin (that is now black on the one side) to decide whether people are going to die
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.
Incredible remembers how he beat the first robot and uses the remote control of The Syndrome to beat the robot after he loses, he tries to trick The Incredibles and escapes, with baby Jack, but the baby transforms into many different characters to defend himself against The Syndrome but Mr. Incredible throws a car at The Syndromes plane and kills him and saves baby Jack. However, at the end of the film Dash takes part in his first track meet, comes in second a new villain is introduced named the Underminer next you see the final image as Mr. Incredible ripping his shirt open he has his uniform underneath it goes to credits. Brad Bird was showing the transformation when someone is something no matter what you try you will never change who the person is.
The fundamental and arguably the most important theme in the Batman trilogy is Fear. Fear is instilled in everyone’s hearts and this is what drives the criminals and villains such as the Joker, Scarecrow and Bain to use their force to create unrest and chaos in the city of Gotham. Raz Al Ghul tells Bruce, “In order to manipulate the fear in others, you must first master your own”. Bruce had this fear of bats and that moment in the cave has tormented his whole life (image 1). He decides to turn his own greatest phobia and transform it into the symbol he will become to strike terror and fear into the hearts and minds of his enemies: A bat.
As he ponders where she could be Maria is kidnapped and her likeness is transformed into a robot by Rotwang, an inventor and prior friend to Joh. Freder discovers Maria is being held captive by Rotwang and kicks open his front door only to discover the next door is also locked. The door Freder kicked open slams shut behind him and door in front of him swings open. As he continues into more rooms, the doors continue to open and close by themselves until Freder decides to wedge the door behind him open, but the wedge flies out trapping Freder inside. The door in front of Freder opens, setting him free, and leads him to Rotwang and ask where Maria is.
The Book has Deckard finding the rest of the androids and killing with little effort, except for Priss, where he hesitates because of her striking resemblance to Rachael. The movie ditches all of this and instead has Deckard kill Priss and chase Roy through the building before killing him and running away with Rachel who he has fallen in love with. Both endings are very different, with very different tones. The book has an anticlimactic ending. The movie ends with hope for Deckard because of his love for Rachel.
A flashback is a cut or dissolve that shows something from the past and is used to give further information. In the film, “Edward Scissorhands” Timothy uses a flashback to give more about Edwards past. In this flashback, he reveals a dark secret that no one would ever suspect without it. This reveals that Edward is actually a robot, and that he is not human. Also, the movie “Corpse Bride” had a flashback that revealed how the Corpse Bride became dead and how she didn’t really trust Victor due to her betraying fiancé.
However, emphasis on the male body is only given in scenes which highlight the body in (violent) action. Shots of Wayne’s body in the trilogy and Bane’s body in The Dark Knight Rises always highlight scars and bruises as proof of the active role of men in patriarchal ideology. Moreover, The Dark Knight Rises provides an example of gender as “a performance with clearly punitive consequences” (Butler 522). In the cinematic world of Nolan’s Batman, soon-to-be Commissioner Foley tries to avoid fighting to stop anarchy in Gotham after Bane has declared martial law. When he finally joins the re-established police forces, his character gets killed by the anarchist
Superman arrested Lex Luthoe because Luthor knew that an attack was coming but just allowed it to happen, so he can see superman first hand. Lex Luthor was very embarrased by this and according to The Superman Site, “Luthor vowed to destroy Superman for this humiliation, and he has since devoted much time and energy to that goal.” In the comic book Luthor-Superhero!, Lex Luthor ended up going to another planet to hide from Superman because everyone on this new planet thinks that Luthor is a superhero, not knowing who he really is. Lex Luthor is evil because he puts on this image of someone who he really is
He now reveals to Batman his final game: that he has corrupted Harvey Dent. Learning the truth, Batman leaves, just as the SWAT team finally arrive and capture the Joker (IGN, page 3). Batman then fights the Joker in the street and takes him out and the Joker gets taken away but Batman still has to save Rachael, she is locked up in a warehouse and by the time he gets there the warehouse blows up and Harvey Dent survives but is just as heartbroken as Batman. Batman then rides off on his bike as the Dark Knight. This movie was full of Action but also had love and romance mixed into it.
If you had the piece of paper with the red dot, you would get stoned to death. The mans father protected his wife while she was being stoned, while the man has half alive they removed him and finished off his wife. His father escaped and told the cops . They thought he was crazy , so they put him in mental hospital .And that 's what exactly happen to the man when he escaped. The movie The Island and the Hunger Games have these government structures as well .
A three months pregnant teenager was declared dead after her mysterious collapse at her home in Honduras. Her family members called a priest believing she was possessed by an evil spirit when they saw the teenager fell unconscious and foaming at her mouth. Relatives of Neysi Perez, 16, said that the teenager woke up in the night to use the toilet when they saw her passed out after hearing a gunfire outside. They recall that the priest who came tried to exorcise Perez but became unresponsive. They rushed the teenager to the nearest hospital but was pronounced dead by the doctors three hours later.
Malcolm has six siblings and 3 half siblings, but sadly at the age of 13 Malcolm’s father passed away and his mother was admitted to a mental hospital, he was immediately put up for adoption. His father has been killed by white supremacists and it was ruled a suicide, the family was denied his death benefit. When Malcolm was in school he achieved high grades and