However, the rebellion caused many people who were in favor of slavery, and also against it, to unite in a common fear, a bigger consent, which affected all white people in America. They believed slaves would overturn again against them which would result in many more slaughters and rebellions. They feared more aggression would happen, and they were scared that it slavery was continued, more harm would happen to the white population, as they created enormous contempt in a community that exponentially
Movies started to include the violent but misunderstood acts of these characters into graphic film themes that became known as slasher films. In these films, psychopathic characters are usually unrealistic, exhibiting many characteristics, such as intelligence, sadism and a sort of supernatural
In the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, we have seen people pushing for change to gun laws in this country and it could even be called a revolution. Movements like this and others such as Black Lives Matter or #MeToo have been greatly affecting society recently. In Imagine Dragon’s song “Radioactive”, they explore the idea of people breaking out of the chains of society and their lives to start enacting change in society. Almost 2% of the people in the US have almost all the wealth and people feel trapped in this system which is only making the divide greater and this song depicts a person or people “waking up” from this robot-like system and starting a revolution. Their purpose is to highlight the fact that there are people starting a revolution against our society and its system of oppression.
The Matrix is a sci-fi action film, it reflected the world in a bad relation between human and robotic. The main character Neo save the world, and fight with robot. The Matrix is a personal heroism Hollywood movie, it showed the unique characteristics of the music and a good interpretation of the film. The film soundtrack penetrated the suspense style incisively and vividly, especially network technology, the variety of electronic music, advanced film characters’ style which all are quite fit, sometimes people cannot figure the true or false, the actual situation and network is often closely interwoven. The fierce industrial metal music makes people to be feared, under the rule of the brutal machinery world, while those filled with death of the gothic music atmosphere, the film properly corresponds to the everywhere, which are the plot about end of the century and the thinking about religion.
Finally, in both two movies, there are many patriarchal elements. As Bell Hooks discriminates, "patriarchy is a political-social system that insists that males are inherently dominating, superior to everything and everyone deemed weak, especially females... through various forms of psychological terrorism and violence". Therefore, it is insulting for women to be shown the patriarchal concerns in media devices. On the other hand, just like other unfavorable sides of popular culture, these acts also become effective on society. For example, in the film The Wolf of Wall Street, the woman figure is in the background.
In the novels it reflects the presence of not only patriarchal dominance, but also religious, cultural, and racial puissance. Ironically, the reaction of oppressed to the oppressor tends to hasten rebellion instead of discourage it. Cruelty, in turn, highlights both the strength of different characters and societies and their points of fragility and misuse of power, and pushes its victims to break out of the boxes they have been forced in. Things Fall Apart uses cruelty as a critical centerpiece to much of the novel’s events. Its main character, Okonkwo, is built off of it.
Throughout the world we have incidents happening that make it on tv, radio or even billboards. At times, even incidents that happened in the past are brought up such as the terrifying story of the notable dictator Adolf Hitler or bullying around the world. All these incidents have many people debating, suffering, and uncompromising leadership, but what does it feel like getting hurt and losing freedom? Dictators and bullies enjoy taking people’s freedom away and use manipulation/intimidation to compel their victims to do their wills, so dictators/bullies make it harsh for them. However, this doesn’t mean that dictators and bullies are identical.
The Devil’s Miner is heartbreaking and heavy direct cinema documentary that can leave the viewer feeling sympathy and pity. But, if approached with the right mindset, the film can also leave the viewer with a message of human strength in the face of adversity. The film presents many themes to call people to action, such as social injustice, and the problems with child labor, but the main theme that resonates throughout the film is that strength can be found even in the darkest of places. The directors of The Devil’s Miner employ a filming style that allows the people of Potosi to have the loudest voice possible. This form of Direct Cinema documentary is highly effective and contributes to the theme of strength from within.
Throughout the world incidents are happening that make it on tv, radio or even billboards. At times, even incidents that happened in the past are brought up, such as the terrifying story of the notable dictator Adolf Hitler or bullying around the world. All these incidents have many people debating, suffering, and uncompromising leadership, but what does it feel like getting hurt and losing freedom? Dictators and bullies enjoy taking people’s freedom away and use manipulation/intimidation to compel their victims to do their wills, so dictators/bullies make it harsh for them. However, this doesn’t mean that dictators and bullies are identical.
Both of them also use science to project their evil side into creatures separate from themselves; either by separating their evil alter-ego from their ‘natural’ self, or by creating a whole new creature and projecting their negative traits onto him. Despite the fact that both the novel and novella turn to science rather than God to explain their main supernatural plot points, there is still an analogy for God’s creation of humans present. Both Dr. Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll are scientists who