Everyone can understand what it’s like to lose site of a dream. It can cloud people 's judgment and cause them to make bad decisions. In The Cog Charles E. Frinch uses symbolism and tone to dramatize and to add depth to the story. The spaceship “President” symbolizes a dream that has been lost over the years. James Maxwell is the President of the world and all he ever wanted to do was to travel into space.
The Rebel Alliance had made their first major victory over the Galactic Empire, by stealing the plans of the Death Star, the Empire’s secret weapon that can destroy planets. Princess Leia Organa, in hopes that these stolen plans could restore freedom to the galaxy and save her people, attempts to flee aboard her ship. Her ship is then intercepted and
This story narrates one particular evening of a guy, called Jesse. The author mostly focused on his thoughts and emotions. Jesse lives in a world where being a part of the LGBT-community is the most common thing, being heterosexual is even illegal. The author gives the impression that the story will have a happy ending, that the queer protagonist Jesse and his girlfriend will live happily ever after. The truth is way worse: when his girlfriend Mina sneaks into a bar, dressed up as a guy, they’re busted and are both condemned to undergo the Cure.
Eventually, he grows impatient and puts a bullet in the man's head, puts his clean clothes back on, and heads back to the club upstairs-making that transition from being a killer, back to being a captivating, elegant citizen. He is constantly transitioning between his characters Ghost and James St. Patrick. In this instance, the moral thing to do is to not kill the man, but when the head of the cartel is putting pressure on Ghost to solve the issues as well as come up with his money, it makes it increasingly difficult for Ghost to not only leave the game but to also not get blood on his hands. Despite what his actions may lead to believe, Ghost desperately wants to do the right thing. He is exhausted and motivated by fear as he realizes that there is only a matter of time before he's either locked up or killed, and at this point in his life, he has too much to lose, his family and especially his children.
This story narrates one particular evening of a guy, called Jesse. The author really focussed on his thoughts and emotions. Jesse lives in a world where being a part of the LGBT-community is the most common thing, being heterosexual is even illegal. The author gives the impression that the story will have a happy ending, that the queer protagonist Jesse and his girlfriend will live happily ever after. The truth is way worse: when his girlfriend Mina sneaks into a bar, dressed up as a guy, they’re busted and are both condemned to undergo the Cure.
Other nations in even more desperate need for breathing room on our critically overcrowded planet were racing the United States in this project. Countries that would go to any length of sabotage… Well, not really, but it was 1965 and the height of the cold war. The Robinson’s were the family chosen to spend the five and a half years aboard the Jupiter 2, frozen in a state of suspended animation, which would terminate automatically when their spaceship enter the atmosphere of the new planet, on the science-fact science fiction television series, Lost in Space.
However, the movie suffered due to its lack of adequate funding and the fact that it was shot in haste. Additionally, the melodrama overshadows the action, excluding nevertheless the final scene, which is done in the usual John Woo bloody fashion and is utterly impressive. 9. Once a Thief (1991) Red Bean Pudding, aka Joe, James and Red Bean are three orphans that grew together under their adopted father, Chow, who taught them how to steal. Unavoidably the three grew up to be high tech art thieves, terrorizing museums and galleries all over the world.
In the end, it seems to his overstrain nerves that the police officers linger inordinately in the house, chatting and smiling, until he is driven frantic by their cheerful persistence." (Robinson 5). He is driven insane and loses the chance to get away with a perfect murder is the police being genuinely blissful unlike him who fakes it. The narrator keeps reestablishing that he belongs in the world when in actuality he is really like the old man in that "[s]imilar sensory details connect the two men. The vulture eye which the subject cast upon the narrator is duplicated in the "single dim ray" of the lantern that fell upon his own eyes; like the unshutters lanterns, it is always one eye that is mention, never two" (6).
JOURNEY THROUGH IDENTITY Written as a book by Chuck Palanhiuk, directed by David Fincher in 1999, Fight Club is a cult movie, starred by Brad Pitt, Edward Norton ve Helena Bonham Carter and reached tons of fans due to the topics that it highlighted. It is not only one of my favourite movies of all time but also it’s one of the best movies, which describes one simple man’s kind of survival in society related to the things that he did and will do in order to become a ‘man’. Through the movie, one can see everything about what is takes to be a ‘real man’ according to the normative stereotypes of society. In this position the audiance, not only see the events from the main charachter’s point of view but also they see a journey that takes place
The Eternal Evil of Asia (Man Kei Chin 1995) A group of four men headed by Bon and Kong travel to Thailand to indulge themselves in sexual tourism, with the sole exception of Bon, who is engaged to Kong's sister May. While there, the run into a battle among wizards, ending up helping one of them, named Laimi, who invites them to stay in his house. While there, however, a tragic sex incident occurs, that concludes with Laimi's sister dying. The magician swears revenge and pursues them to Hong Kong. Man Kei Chin directs a film that is more a non-stop succession of sex, violent action, preposterous humor, and special effects, since it lacks of any kind of coherence or logic.