He asks that townspeople for help, whereas the typical hero would not ask for any help. He shows his obvious fear or Frank and getting in different ways. He makes a will because he believes he is going to die, he, at first flees from Frank in fear, and even cries at one point. Both characters show much emotion and fear and are atypical action film/story protagonists. They both also have a strong moral compass, as Will fights for a town that would rather be rid of him and Rainsford turns his nose up at hunting humans against his own personal benefit.
This quote proves that the conflict in the film is that Will Kane sent Frank Miller, a dangerous outlaw, to prison up north for murder. Frank was pardoned, and he is coming back for revenge on Will Kane. An example of the conflict from the short story is, “‘But they are men,’ said Rainsford hotly. ‘Precisely,’ said the general. ‘That is why I use them (for my hunting game).
A well made story consists of carefully and pristinely created characters, settings, and conflicts, and these two stories do just that. In the story, The Most Dangerous Game, written by Richard Connell, a world renowned hunter, Rainsford, gets stranded and learns what it feels like to be hunted. In High Noon, a film written by Carl Foreman, a marshal must decide between fighting his past, Frank, or running and starting his new life with his new wife, Amy. The stories have many similarities and differences, but ultimately both stand as perfect examples of what the characters, settings, and conflicts should be like in any well made story. The characters in a story play a major role in the progression and development of the plot line and High
In his opinion, “The world is made up of two classes the hunters and the huntees (Connell 216)”. As a result of his wrong opinion, the tables turn in the story and Rainsford becomes the one being hunted. This is both his external conflict and an unexpected turn of events. Eventually, although this was tough for him, Rainsford ends up winning the game. When informed that he had won Rainsford responded: “I am still a beast at bay; he
“The Most Dangerous Game” Contrast paper The most dangerous game by Richard Connell states that there was a guy named General Zaroff who believed in hunting humans. Also there was a man named richard who was a book writer and they both had different opinions.But what the General didn 't know was that rainsford was that was very very smart.and that the book and the movie had two different sides to the story. There is a movie and and a book and the book and the movie are very different. In the movie some people will say that rainsford was dumb founded because when general Zaroff was about to hunt them rainsford
‘My dear fellow,’ said the general, ‘there is one that can’" (Connell 12). This quote explains the main conflict in “The Most Dangerous Game”, that Zaroff enjoys hunting men. He found hunting animals to be too easy, stating that there was “no greater bore than perfection.” In the movie, the main conflict is that Frank Miller is coming back for revenge on Kane. Kane scours the town for deputies, however he gets no help. Harvey, a deputy, quits in fear of Miller, leaving Kane to deal with Miller alone.
Rainsford then plays the game of hunt with Zaroff. Although Rainsford kills Zaroff in the end General Zaroff demonstrates The qualities and language to describe humans, as savage like, more than who he was hunting.This because general Zaroff and
Jealousy been around for a long time and it does no good to people, the environment and the innocent by standards. They will have people that will walk into your life and try to run something good for you. Iago was Othello friend, he trick Othello into getting jealous and killing his wife. Agent Smith talked about Morpheus to Neo trying to not make the bad decision. Movies no in the 21st century is not so different than the 1500s.
He also says that, by eliminating Duncan, he would only be teaching his subjects that a rise to power is possible through violence, and karma would come back to bite him. He believes that he should not murder Duncan because he is his servant and host whose main goal is always to protect him. Duncan has been a gracious and humble leader that many respect, and in the case of his untimely death, his subjects would mourn him greatly. In spite of this, when Lady Macbeth offers the escape of blaming the murder on the guards, Macbeth’s ambition kicks in and he is in total support of the crime. Proven from a direct quote from Macbeth himself, Macbeth’s flaw, hubris, further supports his status as an aristotelian
At first, Macbeth was hesitant about killing the king because he knew that King Duncan is a great ruler. The people love him, Macbeth is his host, and he is afraid of getting caught. Despite these considerations, however, Lady Macbeth convinces him. She tells him that they will murder Duncan at night, and they will blame it on the guards. After Macbeth agrees to the plan, explains that he has “no spur To prick the sides of my intent, but only Vaulting ambition, which o’erleaps itself And falls on the other…” (I, sc vii, 25-27).