The main theme in the text is death. When the police cars pull up and the boys find out what is all about. They start to fear for their own lives. Willies decides to hide in the café, the main character is scared and prays to god. When the policeman slips and his gun starts bursting.
Then the sniper notice how much pressure he's going through just to kill other human beings. When the sniper shoots the other sniper with his revolver he had a quick glance of the snipers face, he felt sick inside. When he had saw the face of his own brother lying dead on the stone floor. Anthony 2
Especially the 3rd act that just drags…and drags…and drags. Now part of this is my fault because I was misled by the runtime which I was told by Rotten Tomatoes was only 1 hour and 50 minutes…turns out it is actually 2 hours and 25 minutes, so 40 minutes before I ending of this film, I was geared for it to end and it never did. The reason this movie dragged so badly is that they tried to squeeze in an escape plot with a ‘find a cure’ plot, AND a revolution plot all in the same ending. So unless you are really sucked in by the story, you are watching stuff happen in front of you that is hard to follow and harder to care for.
But another enemy blocks him and forces him to face all 3 perpetrators. Which explains the 3 different blood DNA samples on Otzi’s weapons (died in battle theory). He then escapes but collapses onto the snow. He bleeds out and enters the state of Esanguination, and dies from Cardiac Arrest. The hypothermia theory plays a role in his death too.
He went on jerking with flames on his chest until another soldier shot him again. Then he stopped jerking. ”(208). Tim would expect Sam to die by the British, a heroism, brave, courage filled death on the battlefield, but the irony is that in reality he dies a dishonorable death by his own side just like his father. Tim was very upset since Sam, who was innocent, was accused of stealing his own cattle; the generals did not believe Tim’s many proclaims of the truth, war just isn’t fair.
The shooters showed no mercy. They started ramming police cars and downing officers. Some courageous citizens were no match for them. It seemed more likely that they would continue to Montréal as they crossed the Québec-Ontario border. Liam realized that someone needed to be a hero for this attack, or else more lives would be taken away.
As Booth began his bold escape, the fate of Abraham Lincoln was unknown. According to “Abraham,” Charles Leale heard the pistol fire and Mary’s scream, so the twenty-three year old doctor sprinted towards the wounded President . When Leale reached Lincoln, the young doctor saw the physical condition of the President. “He found the president slumped in his chair, paralyzed and struggling to breath” (History.com). “Assassination” states that the doctor reacted quickly by ripping the President’s shirt open for a physical examination, but Leale could not find the bullet wound.
Basketball players put their bodies risk every time they play. College Athletes pushing their bodies to get the play and “There have been instances of players becoming paralyzed by hits or tackles on football fields or other injuries that have ended player’s careers before they even get started.” (Patterson 2) They get hurt really bad from the hand to a concussion that it can make them out a season and some out for the rest of the life.
The Effects of Shell Shock Soldiers who had bayoneted men in the face had developed twitches of their own face muscles. Stomach pains conquered men who stabbed their enemies in the abdomen. Snipers lost eye sight. Terrifying nightmares of being unable to take out bayonets from the enemies' bodies stayed with them long after the killing. Shell shock is a serious disorder and WW1 cases such as these caused a giant step into the study of psychology.
On January 12, 2018, a state trooper was shot during a struggle with a armed assailant. He was alone with the shooter on an isolated road while bleeding out. As he was grasping for air, enduring intense pain in his shoulder and chest, he heard a car nearby. While the trooper was fearing for his life in his current vulnerable state, a civilian driving by, stopped and took immediate action. The heroic civilian drew his gun and exchanged heated gun fire with the assailant.
Resonance from the guns roared as its dense smoke engulfed the blood-stained Reservation. The pungent odor from the corpses accumulated in the mass grave overwhelmed Chaska’s puny unfledged proboscis. Chaska’s mother and father were a part of that pile. His mother tried to save his father from dying, but the result was both of them getting shot and killed. Chaska was a timid and timorous eight-year-old boy with short black hair and a tanned colored body.
“Remove the arrows and keep fighting!” A Persian soldier snuck behind Tigris with a sword high above his head. Tigris pivoted instantaneously and raised his shield to deflect the weapon. He drew his sword and began to fight the soldier, but he could not compete with his exceptional sword wielding abilities and the other Persian soldiers who rushed to aid their friend. Tigris yelled for help, but he quickly realized that there was no help as all of his men were injured or dead.
The Dexfield shootout was one of the most notorious shootouts the Barrow gang was in. They were Laying low in Dexter for a couple of days after their previous shootout in Missouri. The Barrow gang had not been there long before they were spotted and reported to the police. Authorities were not taking any chances. They showed up early one morning heavily armed, and ready for a fight.
DOC Utah: The Great Alone Film Review The Great Alone, directed by Greg Kohs, is a documentary about all time dog sled racer Lance Mackey. Throughout this film, it shares Lances story of how he came to love the sport of dog sled racing while also focusing on his relationships with his parents and dogs. What he ultimately discovered is that even through the hard times, you can still push through and become successful.
The film I chose to review this week for journal six was Lone Survivor. The plot of the movie follows four Navy SEALs, Marcus Luttrell, Michael Murphy, Danny Dietz, and Matt Axelson, on a mission to kill a notorious Taliban leader, Ahmad Shah. The ultimate goal of the operation was to dispose of the target, Shah. Gathering intel on the enemy was imperative for a successful assignment, but provided complications for the men. In a particular scene, the team is spotted by an elderly man and a group of teenage boys herding goats.