Also, in both movies, the main character’s wife’s play a big role. Neither of them is has much screen time, but they both provide the motivation and a goal. For example, Django in Django Unchained only cares about one thing: Finding his wife. He will go to extreme lengths (such as murder and watching black men being tortured) in order to rescue her from Mr. Candy’s plantation. The same is true for 12
After parachuting down the men make their way to the chateau, through various attacks and ambushes. All goes as planned until one of the men turns on the Dirty Dozen. Shooting everywhere, before doing too much damage the man is shot down. However the Nazi’s hear the gun shots and evacuate to the bomb shelters. The men manage to lock the shelters, locking all the Nazi’s in them.
Because there is no definite proof that Leonard Peltier ever murdered the two FBI agents on Pine Ridge Reservation in 1975, he should not be imprisoned for the crime. He did not own the pick-up truck that the agents claimed to be following on the day of the murder, nor can it be proven that he owned the gun that killed them. The two agents, Williams and Coler, were tracking a man that had stolen a pair of boots and were in unmarked cars when they drove onto Jumping Bull Ranch. Witnesses claim that they heard shots fired, and later saw a red pick-up truck fleeing the scene. The initial shots sparked a shootout between nearby residents and the agents.
Introduction ‘Django Unchained’, as a very well-known film released in recent year, has at the same time aroused a series of controversies. One of the controversial points is the question from Calvin (the white master played by Leonardo DiCaprio). In the scene when those main characters are having their lunch, Calvin asked ‘I spent my whole life surrounded by black faces, why don 't they kill us’. As my opinion, this question can be greatly answered by the ‘state apparatus’ suggested in Althusser’s article. In view of this, I would like to discuss about Althusser’s theory about ‘ISAs’ in the following paragraphs, and more importantly, applying it to find if there are certain kind of ‘state apparatus’, ‘ideology’ or ‘subjected subject’ embodied in ‘Django’.
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
While after the gangs who got shot were found out as students which were in canal for bird exploring. Superior of the guide was fired and all the workers were fired. Soon after Quinn comes and kills the guide saying that the guide knows too much about
As Samuel was trying to use an all whites bathroom in Macon County, Alabama, on January 3, 1966, Younge was shot to death. “Younge was killed eleven years after and forty miles from where the Montgomery bus boycott began.” (Younge, Samuel Leamon, Jr.) Rosa Parks made a path for activists, and Samuel Younge took that rocky path. “There were protests when white officials intentionally refused to indict Marvin Segrest, the person who killed Younge.” (Chandler,
He kills his Captain and a few firemen and runs away from the crime spot. The police tries to search for him but couldn’t find the real Montag so they find a scapegoat and declares they killed ‘Montag’ but Montag is still alive. He escaped from the city successfully (Bradbury 50-158). This shows Montag has kind of a obeying character but when those instructions conflict with his personal moral, he would disobey and do what he feels is
According to a clergyman of that time, “Shakespeare was known to poach deer and rabbits on the property of local landowner Sir Thomas Lucy 'who oft had him whipped and sometimes imprisoned'… Shakespeare eventually left Stratford to avoid Lucy's punishment." (Pressley, J.M.). Also, Sir Thomas Lucy, himself, reported that Shakespeare "was discovered trying to steal deer from his estate," (Nettles, John). While this is still considered a tall tale with no solid proof to back it up, it is a debatable topic. Scholars are not sure if he voluntarily left Stratford or was exiled due to this questionable situation.