This thing is actually pretty fast.” (Toyota, 2016) The drifting around corners or performing a 180 degree spin will get your blood pumping. Toyota also appeals to amuse you with how ironic the whole situation is, a Toyota Prius fleeing from authorities? They exaggerate the vehicles performance and the love that the robbers receive from their fans. Saying things like, “Prius owners are proud.” (Toyota, 2016) A woman on a talk show states she is attracted to the driver of car. A kid reacts overly excited to receive a model car of a Toyota Prius.
Blanche's Growl This Blanche Dubois' monologue is a famous speech. After yesterday's poker game, drunken Stanley cruelly abused Stella in public. However, Stanley's sweet words and frank actions unexpectedly persuade Stella to forgive him, go back home, and spend the night with him in the end. Blanche cannot understand why Stella decides to tolerate Stanley's behaviors and live with him for a long time. She exhorts her sister Stella to leave beastly brother-in-law Stanley but Stella does not mind so this monologue presents Blanche's growl.
As men, Joe and Jerry can’t seem to catch a break. They’re constantly poor, they cannot get a good gig, and they even get on the bad side of the mafia, just for trying to borrow a car from the wrong place at the wrong time. The mafia is so intent on killing them, Joe and Jerry have to reinvent themselves as Josephine and Daphne just to get out of Chicago safely. But then, as soon as they become women, everything is fantastic. The protagonists are welcomed to the plush traincar of the Society Sisters with open arms.
Officer Ryan then goes on to run his hands up Christine’s leg and sexually assaults her. Her husband Cameron (Terrence Howard) doesn’t do anything to stop the cop because he is afraid of what the cop may do to the couple, and because he is afraid to speak out against a white officer. His partner, Hansen (Ryan Phillippe) knows that the search was wrong yet didn’t do anything to stop the inappropriate search. I think that the younger cop Hansen decided to not to say anything because he knew his role was to be a cop and that included not calling out another cop for their wrong doing. The superordinate goals were to work as a team and stick together and to show people that they are there to regulate the law no matter how wrong their actions may look.
“As soon as she finds out that Gatsby may be making his wealth in backroom, bootlegging ways, she’s done with the whole flirtation.” (Baker.Katie) In other words, Baker believes that Daisy was just using Gatsby all along. She doesn’t get any attention from Tom so she goes after the weak link her previous lover Jay Gatsby who is now wealthy. But, when Daisy finds out about about how he got his fortune she is turned off by him meaning she is over and done with Gatsby and
Elliot was about to commit suicide because his prom night did not go as he hoped he was very drunk and crossing the street when you almost hit him. this is important because if Leila has not run into him I went to the hospital save his life she would have never help him get his girl. #4
Effie may come out to be the good girl here but she can leave Sam alone to do whatever he wants. If he loved Iva, she shouldn’t have intervene and make a big deal about him kissing the widow. Additionally, Iva kissed Sam, asked him to come over the day after Miles was dead, stalked him, called the police and attempted to frame him for the murder when she noticed that Sam didn’t want her. Brigid O’Shaughnessy is the biggest manipulative, selfish, and emotionally-driven prostitute. She made Sam believe that she was innocent and that she was in danger, she doesn’t want to go to jail for the murder of Miles, and she asked Sam if she can buy him with her
Daisy does not come to Jay’s funeral; she sends no note. She completely turns her back on him, even though he died for her actions. Anything Daisy did had no good deed come from it. The only real villain is Tom Buchanan.There are lots of other people in the story who do bad things, but to me, Tom is the worst.Tom is the only one, in my opinion, who does not have an excuse for anything he does.Tom is very self-absorbed and proud of his wealth and the power it brings, Tom Buchanan haughtily displays his property to Nick Carraway, explaining that he has had his polo ponies brought from the wealthy Chicago suburb of River Forest to East Egg. He thinks nothing of receiving phone calls at home from his mistress Myrtle Wilson.
Because him allowing their immorality, they clung to him. Him not judging, okayed their behavior, so people felt comfortable around him. After the lunch, after the accident, and after Gatsby’s death Nick thought, “there was nothing I could say, except the one unutterable fact that is wasn’t true” (187). Gatsby didn't want anyone to know that Daisy was the one who was driving the car that night because he was trying to protect her. So now that Gatsby is dead, Nick feels obligated to hold that secret.
Nick and Gatsby worried that if Tom finds out Daisy was driving the car that killed Myrtle, Tom’s mistress, he is going to do something to her, “Suppose Tom found out that Daisy had been driving. He might think he saw a connection in it, he might think anything.”(80). However, when they went to spy on tom and daisy they did not find her being interrogated by him, rather they witnessed the following, “They weren 't happy, and neither of them had touched the chicken or the ale, and yet they weren 't unhappy either. There was an unmistakable air of natural intimacy about the picture, and anybody would have said that they were conspiring together.”(81). One can assume that they had been talking seriously about something, planning something.