In the book Fahrenheit 451 Guy Montag a fireman that burns books, goes through some rough times trying to find happiness in his life. He gets awaken to this idea when he meets a girl named Clarisse who asks him question and makes him question his happiness and love. Then again through all of this thinking he starts to find himself getting curios and starts to take books from houses that need to be burned for having them. Although Montag can be seen as a murder he is justified in killing Beatty, the fireman chief, because Montag is curious and tired of kids not knowing what really happened throughout history, as well as how Beatty treats him throughout the book. In the end Montag killing Beatty was a helpful act for society itself.
While the pilot was driving, he randomly had a massive heart attack, and since there was no medical assistance, he died within a couple of minutes. Brian was now all alone and terrified. When he finally came to his senses, he saw the radio the pilot used and he tried to reach out for help. His attempts failed. He luckily finds a lake and crashes into it, then he somehow escapes, very wounded.
All the soldiers from his troop had fallen to the ground, some hurt, others dead. Finally, Bradles was stabbed with by an enemy's bayonet but did not feel pain. Bradles was knocked out and woke up in a hospital bed and was comforted by a friendly face. Once out of the hospital, Bradles returned to war. His general was astonished he was still alive so he resigned, and gave up his commission.
Identity is addressed significantly in the book “The Great Gatsby” and the movie “Forest Gump”. Gatsby is a man who organizes parties for everyone; Forest Gump is a low-intelligent man who does things depending on others’ will. Both of them have struggled at wealth, friendship, and love. Both of them are considered not ordinary in others’ thought. Although both Gatsby and Forest agrees that they are different from the majority of people, Gatsby argues that he think of himself is different from what others think of him, while Forest Gump argues that he is the man who everyone else sees.
“There comes a Soldier, his bare feet are seen thro’ his worn out shoes.”(Waldo 151). The soldier’s feet could be seen because they had no good shoes. “His legs nearly naked from the tatter’d remains of an early pair of stockings” (Waldo 151). You could see the soldier’s legs because he only had one pair of socks. Some of the soldiers were dressed in rags (Powell 149).
There are a lot of differences and only some similarities. Both movies obviously take place in Vietnam and during the second phase of the Vietnam War between North Vietnam and the United States of America. Platoon shows a lot of fiction and makes it hard to believe some events. Platoon portrays the American soldier as being a bad boy who had no respect, no loyalty or trust and did not care for each other. The soldiers in Platoon were divided between a staff sergeant and a sergeant who clearly had different views on the war.
A good fight scene between the soldiers and the Vietnam people would have catched all of our attention, because everyone likes a good fighting description. The last key factor that I did not really enjoy was that, since this book is half fictional information, then parts of this book is unbelievable. This will lead us into being confused on which parts were true and which parts weren’t. These are the dislikes that I have in the
In Benjamin was working for the family business and in movie he was boatmen. Benjamin joined the army in 1898 and fought in Spanish-American war, but in movie he accidentally met German submarine. In book he graduated from Harvard, nut in movie he was taught by boatmen. Benjamin had many hobbies in book, for example he played football, and in movie he travelled around the world in 11970s. Roscoe always knew about his father, but Caroline only learn about Benjamin until Daisy was dying.
Since he was the main lead, the movie was seen through the eyes of Colonel Kirby. Therefore, it did not focus on the lower ranking officers and their lives. Instead, it focused on the strategies applied by the US and their heroism. Whereas the other two movies, Platoon and Full Metal Jacket, featured low class privates as their narrators. In Platoon, the movie followed private Taylor from his first day to his last day in the war.