He kills people who irritate him and interfere with his business. For example, in the beginning of the movie, Costello stated how “Guineas” tried to tell him what to do and Costello did not like it so he ended up shooting both of them in the head in cold blood. Violence is contributed to Costello and his gang because he needs to show people that he is not playing games nor is he messing around when it comes down to business. If people ever interfere with Frank, they will end up dead. The system response to subculture of violence is aggression replacement treatment (AKT).
It was his hands that choked William, Clerval and Justine. He was the one that seemed “to jeer” (145) as he pointed towards the corpse of Victor’s wife. This sequence, without background, puts him in the wrong. But he did not kill his victims without reason. His hatred for Victor was so intense, it fueled a mad desire for revenge.
He exemplified the ways of both a hero and a villain. However, it is my opinion that he is a villain. I believe this because he could be an extremely violent leader and because he never fully reigned over one of the places he conquered/ruled. He is a villain because he murdered thousands of people and soldiers from different nations. Alexander tortured many of his victims and then he killed them.
One would find himself speechless, because all that is left ,is the blood of innocent humans being shed for power and greed. So, the message Kurt Vonnegut is showing the reader, is that a society should not glorify war. Thus saying that the killing of innocent civilians is more important than, going to war and not gaining anything. To conclude, Kurt vonnegut uses the theme of war in Slaughterhouse five to show how war has been glorified by the society in which Billy lived in. The glorification of war then led into the bloodshed of many innocent live.
He finds Maria alive but Gino shoots and kills him. If he had waited with the Doc instead of being impulsive and running after Gino, Maria would’ve come to him and all of the sorrow could’ve been avoided. In both Romeo and Juliet, and in West Side Story, the theme of impulsivity drives the fate of the pairs of lovers. Just like Impulsivity, the theme of Forbidden Love is one of the most important and influential themes of both works of
Things went from bad to worst after the commanding officer shot the medicine man and threatened to arrest Geronimo, an Apache leader. The scene reveals the inner conflict and struggle experienced by one of the Apache scouts, between his duty as a soldier and his belief that the Apaches have the right to be free. He also felt that the oppression that was exerted by the white people on his race was very unjust. This inner conflict ultimately led him to shoot his commanding officer, knowing full well that he will be prosecuted and executed. One of the main aspects that made this scene so intense was the producer intentionally playing with the emotion of the viewer by attempting to place the viewer (point of view) in the mindset of the Apache scout.
However, Hamlet thought Claudius is behind the arras, so he kills him (Polonius) directly. After Polonius, the conflict between Gertrude and Hamlet became fiercer and Hamlet lost himself more. From the personal view, Polonius’s death is one of the victims in this revenge, but this is also what he deserves because he used to be the Old King’s councillor whereas he is helping Old King’s murder to hurt Old King’s son. He is smart but he is not loyal, therefore, he died in the right path. After that, Polonius’s daughter, Ophelia died.
The quote is echoed upon three of his pioneering films, A Bout de Souffle (Breathless, 1960), Le Mepris (Contempt, 1963) and Pierrot Le Fou (1965). In this essay I will discuss the formal and stylistic innovations of these three films by highlighting some of the best scenes, as well as how they relate to certain theories and themes and their place in the French New Wave. One of Godard’s most well-known editing techniques in his films is his use of
Movie Analysis in Clash of the Titans This paper will illustrate and evaluate the movie Clash of the Titans Directed by Louis Leterrier. The paper will use Mythological and Archetypal under these are: archetypes, motifs and patterns, and binary oppositions by Vladimir Propp and Tzvetan Todorov. The paper will also state an overall impression about the movie, brief summary of the story, positive thoughts, negative thoughts, and total summary to restate and convince the audience and to claim if it is a good or bad movie to watch. This paper will only rely on the solid information and evidence of the movie. In ancient times were people are adamant to defeat their predecessors, the Titans, gods of the divided Universe between of themselves.
Additionally, the illusion is simpler in The Illusion and Scoop with motives of politics/love and murder, respectively. The Prestige offers a darker illusion. Angier and Borden transformed magic into a sophisticated and bloody game through violent sabotages. Also, while their rivalry drove their innovations, Angier’s ambition changed him into a vengeful, power-hungry (literally and figuratively) immoral man. If only he forgave Borden for his indirect participation in his wife’s death, then they would have had a peaceful life and Borden’s twin would have still been alive.