After the storm, Max succeeds to release from the car and brings Nux chained with him. He sees Furiosa and the five wives and decides to flee to their truck; but there is a secret to operate the truck and he teams up with Furiosa, leaving Nux on the desert. When Joe 's gang arrives, they retrieve Nux and follow Furiosa. Will Max and she succeed to escape from Joe 's gang? The movie is one of the best summer movie of 2015 as a car chase movie, it does have the classical elements of this genre and more.
The novel 1984 makes us ruminate our society and the technology given to us today by making us second guess the power that the government can have over us. Who is behind the camera? Winston Smith, the main character in the novel has lost all his freedom to the totalitarian “Big Brother.” Winston Smith lives in a world of duplicity where everyone 's being watched at every waking moment, this terrifies Winston because he is not able to think or speak wrong opinions without having the Thought Police take him away. The horror of 1984, the complexity of the future created by Orwell is a recognizable one, even in the 21st century. It 's easy to see how those in control can, through manipulation and propaganda, make pain simply for the sake of being
As this story circulates it becomes a tale of the danger of letting random strangers into your car. Many other the stories vary but have the same general organization to the story. On snopes.com tell the story of a man who left a country club dance and came to and intersection and saw a young girl dressing in a sheer evening gown asking for a ride. He offered her a ride and they left to take her home. When he arrived at her home she had vanished from the car.
North Korea. Currently with television sets hardwired to only broadcast one channel and the private lives of people widely monitored, one cannot find a better example of surveillance in the modern world (North). This signifies the fact that even though life in the 21st century is perceived as a moderately peaceful and free beginning for humanity, authoritative surveillance will still find a way into our private lives, evolving as humanity grows. Another important trait of authoritarianism is perpetual war. In 1984, Eurasia, Eastasia and Oceania are at constant war at each other, instilling fear and submissive attitudes from the general public, whilst supporting the government and justifying their actions.
The Party brainwashes the citizens of this society by completely changing the history of the world to show themselves as the greatest thing in the world. The Party even goes as far as creating its own language, Newspeak, which is just a simpler version of the English language. The monitoring of citizens is nonstop through the use of the telescreens, television-like devices that watch your every move, and the Thought Police. The citizens must also be extremely cautious of what they say and even think because any negative statement, action, or thought concerning the Party or Big Brother will result in vaporization by the Thought Police if caught. The public is under constant reminder to “stay in line” due to the posters all over town reading “Big Brother is Watching You.” The destruction of language and the past are tools to whose use manipulates people into believing anything because it lowers the range of
Poverty is an ongoing issue that affects people all over the world. Although some individuals are able to turn their lives around, not everyone who works hard ends up attaining the American Dream. In the movie, The Pursuit of Happyness, the protagonist, Chris Gardner, analyzes the famous quote from the Declaration of Independence after his wife tells him she is leaving and wonders if some people only pursue happiness, but never actually achieve it. While the movie is an inspirational story, it portrays the wrong message that money is the only key to happiness. Throughout the movie, the intention is to inform the audience that anything is possible with hard work, but instead it gives off a false perception.
Though juror 3 has been adamant on the guilt of the young boy it is safe to say that this case meant more to him because the relationship with his son is similar to the relationship between the boy and the father. Since his personal vendetta causes him to forcefully accuse the boy of murder it leaves the jury 11-1 in favor of not guilty. Since carefully reviewing the movie it becomes very prevalent that there has not been enough substantial evidence to convict the boy of murder. Furthermore, with the usage of group think all of the men, accept juror 3 are able to put their pride aside and vote what they truly believe the verdict should be, which is not guilty. Though, one of the more pragmatic points in the film happens after juror 3 becomes infuriated after realizing that all of the men are voting not guilty.
The greater good of the society is not more important than our right to privacy. In George Orwell’s “1984” he discusses a horrible totalitarian government where everyone is being watched at all times and killed for breaking their harsh rules. Sure, our government hasn’t gone to that extent yet, but it has so many similarities to our present day society. In George Orwell 's 1984 he says “any sound that Winston made, above the level of a very low whisper, would be picked up by it;.... He could be seen as well as heard” (orwell, pg 4) .Orwell is talking about a telescreen a camera of some sort that is always watching the people of Oceania .
"The Night Driver" is a short story by Italo Calvino (1967) that emphasize the struggles of human relations and technology in a postmodern era. The narrator, which I 've concluded is X, gets into an agreement with his girlfriend, and she tells him that she 'll go after Z, his rival. To save their relationship, X, drives through the rain at night to see her. As he is driving on the superhighway, he fancies the thought of her driving towards him in the other direction, along with other cars and even X on the superhighway. A character 's inner journey shows how much a character goes through changes –whether good or bad- in the story.
This theory is practicable inside of the juror’s decisional processes of the “Twelve Angry Men.” Conformity is described from the beginnings of the film. When the jurors cast their initial vote, doubt is clear in many of the jurors whom vote guilty. This inhibition might be commented as weak belief shaked by the guilty majority’s influence.Additionally, though the movie is not provide any references about the timelines of decision this is a relevant factor presumably affecting the “Twelve Angry Men,” and should be considered as a potential element in creating social