While watching the film, my attention locked on the scenes where I realized logic on the beliefs of Neo and Morpheus. Neo is finding the matrix because he does not believe in fate and he doesn’t like the idea that he’s not in control of his life while Morpheus is finding Neo because he believes on fate and on the prophecy of the oracle from Zion that the first man born of Zion will return and she also envisioned an end to the war; and for Morpheus, Neo is the One. I am amazed by the idea that even through this contraction of beliefs, they hold unto and help each other throughout the movie to face the quest and their one and only goal- keep the real world free from any disturbances done by the sentinels who wanted to control the Matrix. In the very words of Morpheus, “The Matrix is everywhere. It’s all around us, here even in this room.
Due to this he is determined to save mankind by fighting for its redemption. The first time Adam sees Eve, after she eat the forbidden fruit, he sees how distraught and upset she is. Out of love, he decides to commit the same sin. Adam did this because he knew he would have to live in Paradise without her. God sends his one and only son to Earth to punish Adam and Eve.
The first reason why is this, because it 's a Hollywood 's movie created more on entertainment purpose than history showing. To fit a wider audience, only a few British were shown as bad and cruel, for example Tavington, he after people gave away wht he needed he still blocked church 's doors, trapping people inside and he orders to burn the church. Others are displayed dissaproving this kind of actions and even a war, but because of their lower rank they couldn 't do anything. Other reason the main character of the movie is patriot, so movie has to reflect his love for the country, dedication and optimism no matter
The title of the movie is Babel, Iñárritu did not choose this by accident, and he likely named his movie after the bible story about the tower of Babel. The story is written in the Old Testament in the book of Genesis. It is an interesting legend, in which the Lord came down to make people aware of what different languages would do to the society they lived in. The purpose of the story “was to account for the two great phenomena of human society – the distinction of
Another great but very emotional moment in this novel was chapter eleven, “Freak of Nurture”. The whole chapter shows how versatile Michael Lewis is on creating a scene that needs to be delivered as a important moment in the novel. As he describes the past of Michaels Oher’s childhood and his mothers trials, he tends to add his own opinion in certain cases to show the emotions he’s describing. “It was as if Dee Dee had been put on earth to answer a question: how little can a mother care for her children and still retain her affection?” (Lewis
Because Fiona helped Jonas in the movie, she almost got released but when everyone receives the memories, she is saved. In the book, Jonas’ intentions for running away are that he feels love and other emotions and he wants people to feel what he’s feeling. Also, he wants to save Gabe after finding out
He describes Gods anger towards those who do not follow and believe in Him. It is explained that God is the only one who is able to save people from going to Hell. Edwards wants people to imagine how evil and distressed life would be without Gods love and mercy. He explains that to not burn in Hell people need to ask for forgiveness from God, experience Gods mercy, and continuously practice the Lords word. Edwards really lets the message of “Gods wrath” sink into our minds to show how mighty, powerful, and capable the Lord is.
He sided with the idea that the church needed "purification" and that that sort of reform could not come from a church so closely connected to the king. This leads to his work of Paradise Lost and how he portrayed the characters between good and evil. Milton’s portrayal of Satan as a tragic hero, tends to elicit sympathy and admiration will be discussed. Paradise Lost is about Adam, Eve, Satan, God, Serpents and Angels —how they came to be created and how they came to lose their place in the Garden of Eden, also called Paradise. It 's the same story you find in the first pages of Genesis, however, instead of God or His creations being the main characters Milton chose Satan.
Tom cultivated in me the most evil feelings, reinforced them without knowing that I was who own his life. Then, Tom repented, he tried to take the easy way, and thought that going to church would help to undo all the evil acts he had done, now that his life on Earth was assured, he cared about the next one very late, his soul already belongs to me, it is the end of the game, all of his lies, and offenses are not covered by a holy book, the day came, just as all he took from others, I took what was mine and left nothing but agony and silence, the most intense and burning pain I gave to him. I took his soul from his body, and my darkness slowly distanced him from his
However, the book provides a comparison in how humans behave by providing vivid examples of characters who showed behaviors illustrating how humanity functions. In general, humanity forgets the message from the book of Job and at moments curses God blaming him for all humanity 's disgraces. It is important to remember how God gave Satan approval to disturb Job by leaving him in his hands. Therefore, this provides evidence that God test 's humanity, but his hand is not involved in the process, as it is represented in (Job 1:12) “The Lord said to Satan, “Very well, then, everything he has is in your power, but on the man himself do not lay a finger.” As it was quoted Satan was the only one acting on Job, and God waited for Job to behave regardless of Satan 's actions. Consequently, this brings the following point, men reach