Upon hearing the news, his boss also tells him the park is no more, which soon leads to another killing spree from Sam, with the narrator being his last target. As the narrator’s mistake ridden life flashes before his eyes, Sam drives a knife through his heart and ends the entire park community as we know it. Again, Saunders adds a barrage of violent acts to the story that help contribute to creating the recurring element aspect of a motif. He adds a considerable amount of violence in the story that as a whole create a motif due to the recurring acts of violence, and how it relates to a bigger overall theme of life and
Mr. Chow(Ken Jeong), the head of an international gang, displays a high level of aggressiveness, despite that he talks in a high pitch voice and wears women’s shoes. His first appearance in the film is when he jumps out of a car’s truck naked and violently attacks the main characters with a crowbar. Chow keeps on threatening the characters for money and uses offensive queer slang to insult them. The slang becomes Chow’s empowerment and weapon to fight back. Interestingly, Chow was not brought to justice in the end, but the main characters were arrested by corrupted police.
After he was released from the police. He displays his furious mindset when he was released from the police station: “If he were able … razed the entire police station and eliminated their family”(Ha Jin 191). Disgusted by city of Muji, Mr Chiu finds that spreading the disease to kill innocent people is the only way to payback: “If only I could kill all the bastards!”(Ha Jin 191). Realizing the teacher’s intent of going to multiple restaurants just to barely eating any food, Fenjin descrives his teacher’s action to be ‘ugly’: “For the first time Fenjin thought of Mr. Chiu as an ugly man”(Ha Jin 192). ‘Ugly man’ symbolizes Mr Chiu’s baleful character quality that he exhibits.
Lynch mobs led by racist towns members gather at the jail with the motive to kill Robinson, although the mob ends up breaking up due to Scout’s comments. The towns racism then skews the verdict of the trial and Robinson is found guilty of the crime. Later, Robinson is killed when he tries to escape from jail. Jem and Scout are also attacked by Bob Ewell, a prominent racist, because of their father’s attempt at defending
Remy.Remy pulls out a gun on Malik and his roommate threatening them and storming out the room leaving the two after this scene Remy drops out of the university and causes a riot at the peace festival when he opens fire on the students from a rooftop killing Maliks love interest Deja and African american track star as well. Deja’s character helps Malik understand the opportunity he was given to be i n the position to get and education and something he loves.loves. Remy also hits another unarmed student during the riot. When Malik’s girlfriend dies in his arm he seeks out Remy attempting to choke him to death remy turns the gun on himself committing suicide when confronted with the police apologizing to them.At the end of the movie Malik and krisitin are seen at the Memorial for Deja where she admits her guilty feeling for holding the festival. I watched the movie with my friend Malik over spring break i would rate this film a 4 simply because i found the movie impact and interesting to my viewpoints and i became knowledgeable about racial issues.
His old friend, Faber, helped his come up with a plan after he realizes how bad society Is.” Plant the books, Turn in an alarm, and see the firemen house bum, is that what you Mean?”(Bradbury 157). After Mildred, Montag’s wife, calls an alarm on him Beatty Comes to Montag’s house and Montag can’t do it. He ends up killing Beatty and Everyone is after him. The story ends with a bomb destroying the society from a war with the government. The city is chasing after Montag who was escaped town with the help of Faber.
If you recall from that episode, Liz ends up being framed for the murder of a U.S. Senator and murders Attorney General Tom Connolly. On the run from Ressler and the FBI, Red swoops in to save her and they drive off as the season came to its dramatic finish. Now, the FBI has located Liz and Red's van and is hot on their trail, but knowing Red, he has a few more tricks to shake them off. The remainder of the cold open is what we have come to expect from Red and his ability to stave off imprisonment.
A choirboy is now chief of a war party; a military hero and husband is now a monster that everyone wants dead. While specific motivation and circumstances differ for the two of them, both become willing killers whose distrust and paranoia grow in proportion to the power they have seized. Both Macbeth and Lord of the Flies give insight to the fact that greed engulfs people into malicious tyrants with the characters that are portrayed in these two novels. Jack, from Lord of the Flies and Macbeth, from Macbeth have both shown the world a crucial lesson that power and ambition are the roots of all evil, as they carried out unethical action to achieve and maintain their respected
A representation of this is shown when Odysseus finally makes it home and irrationally kills every one of his wife’s suitors. Not only does he kill them but he also kills the innocent girls that the men forced themselves onto. He killed all of them in cold blood, when none of them deserved that. This once again justifies that odysseus is not a hero. Several others might try to imply that Odysseus is a hero and just did all the bad so that he could achieve his long term goal of getting home.
George announces during one of his ramblings that he "had a way of finding out whom the yellow car belonged to," (Fitzgerald 164) thus tracking the murderer. He was assured it was a murder despite everyone telling him it was an accident. He wanted to find the person responsible badly and this is the beginning of his poor decisions. Wilson leaves the garage when alone and makes his way to West Egg, seeking revenge after a character change brought by the loss of his wife. Tom, jealous over the relationship that was forming between Gatsby and Daisy, tells Wilson that Gatsby is the one who hit Myrtle as he was having an affair with her.