After Caesar’s death, Brutus makes a speech that convinces everyone that what he did was right. His speech was powerful, but not powerful enough. Not soon after, Mark Antony as made a great speech. He uses his words to completely change the crowd and they begin to follow him instead of Brutus. One debater, from Debate.org, argued that words depend on weapons for anything to be done.
Born on January 14, 1948 in New Orleans, Louisiana, weather always knew his true goal was being an actor. Weathers played in Friday foster, Bucktown, Happy Gilmore, and of course Rocky. These were only some of many movies he played in The Apollo Part was supposed to go to real boxer Ken Norton, but went to weathers. Weathers was a success he then played in 3 more rocky movies until Apollo dies. In 1996 he played Chubbs Peterson along with Adam Sandler in the comedy Happy Gilmore.
Granted that the killing of prisoner at times is necessary, and some deaths aren’t his fault such as “the 12,000[elderly]”that belonged to the enemy (Commire, Klezmer 611). However, he did “[have] heretics roasted alive” which was unnecessary and evil (Commire, Klezmer 610). During ww2 Winston Churchill sided with the Soviet Union, a force of evil. Churchill’s alliance was only temporary and said “if Hitler invaded Hell, I would at least make a favorable reference to the Devil” to defend his actions (Commire, Klezmer 255). Later, Churchill “warned the western democracies to stand firm in the face of the growing threat of the soviet Union” after seeing the corruption himself (Commire, Klezmer
In this essay I will be discussing the different event that happened in the story and the movie. Beowulf went through so much to prove he was worthy enough to protect their kingdom and defeat Grendel. The story Beowulf was a great story to read and a great movie to watch; however, the battles were very eye catching and had a lot of extravagant and heroic doings of Beowulf. The first scenario that I’m going to discuss in the movie and story of Beowulf is The Battle with Grendel. In the movie Grendel attacked Beowulf in the Heriot while everyone was dancing and singing.
Creed During our lifetimes of watching cinema we have grown accustomed to watching the great underdog movies such as Rocky. The way the movie was so captivating to audiences for several decades made us always cheer for the underdog who somehow beats the odds to reach his goal. But rarely do we see a story of a champion coming from the higher social economic status. In the movie creed this is what happens. The lead character Adonis played by (Michael P Jordon) he plays Creed the illegitimate son of the fictional boxer character Apollo Creed in the Rocky series.
Antony uses a greater variety of rhetorical devices than Brutus does in his speech, ultimately leading him to a more successful outcome. Although Brutus does get the people to understand his motive for the assassination of Caesar, Antony quickly undoes everything that Brutus had accomplished with his speech. Antony manages to divert the minds of the people away from everything they were just convinced of, and then completely alters the people’s perspective to fit his views and reasoning. Overall, Antony does this by strategically using a handful of different rhetorical questions in his speech. He first utilizes ethos in order to establish his credibility and principles before he proceeds any further, which the man does on purpose in order to gain the plebians’ trust.
The Fighter is a movie based on a true story about Micky Ward. The movie was about a man struggling to make it in the boxing world. Micky has many challenges facing him, but somehow, he overcomes them all and wins a title fight. The movie shows that no matter what adversity a person has in their life if they keep fighting for their dreams and never give up, they might just win. The Fighter used many different types of shots and camera angles and heights through-out the movie.
The roses are the romantic views of war and the mustard gas is the deadly side. He repeats this phrase in order to describe how most war atrocities have the same smell of the soldiers’ hopes for war, but over time the stench of death will be all that is left after a day or two. Each soldier sees that their fight is the most important fight, but really in the eyes of time war is redundant. Vonnegut crushes the idea that every soldier 's’ actions will last the course of time by using the phrase “So it goes”(pgs.36,58,61). The phrase is used almost one hundred times in order to give the impression that most of war does not contribute anything new or helpful to humanity.
“The first step to getting what you want is to have the courage to get rid of what you don’t.” - Zig Ziglar. This well-known quote explains the situation the conspirators would outcome in Shakespeare’s play. The conspirators decided to take Caesar’s life by using logical thinking based on many reasons. They knew if Caesar will not die he will soon take everyone’s power and could not be stopped. The conspirators took matters into their own hands by killing Caesar so his powers decreased.
Meaning, avoiding any World Wars and providing people with satisfaction of some common ground. As said by Sarah Zaidi » Due to the unimaginable world catastrophe due to World War II people all over the world wanted to stop wars, massacres and oppressions«. And future massacres could be possibly prevented by defining on common ground what was common to all people in the sense of their rights. People were fed up of the disastrous World and the atmosphere they lived in, which has caused two World Wars in less than 50 years apart, not only were they both disastrous in the sense of economy but even more in the degrading of humanity due to enormous numbers of deaths. As Zaidi mentions » The huge and understandable yearning for a much better world was expressed throughout through public support that an universal system of justice at a domestic as well as global level would be formed.
Johnny is proof that we shouldn’t fight because earlier in the book we learn that he was jumped by Socs, and since then he was always different. Later in the book we see how this really affected Johnny because he ended up killing bob, the soc who tried jumping him and ponyboy. If the socs never tried jumping then neither Bob nor Johnny would be dead. I will apply this to my life by always trying to find a better solution. We now know from reading this book that fighting may solve problems but it will create bigger ones.
George decided to shoot Lennie in the back of the head, many have different opinions on how the book should have ended but George made the right choice. He made the appropriate decision to shoot Lennie for the following reasons: Lennie might kill more people, Curley and the rest of the farm workers would have killed him anyways, and George made Lennie 's last few moments enjoyable. In the first place, Lennie was capable of endangering more people. After seeing that he was able to kill a human, he could easily kill another. “ ‘Don 't you go yelling’’ he said, and he shook her and her body flopped like a fish.
Peace talks after peace talks and nothing seemed to fix the needs of the coalitions that were fighting. It was not till the constant threatening and ultimately acting of Unrestricted U-boat Warfare of the Germans that thrusted the Americans into war. One of the best quotes in the entire book that the authors using was from the declaration of war by President Wilson, after he declared war and stated that the reason that the United States was going to war to make the “world be must be made safe for democracy”. After the Congress applauded Wilson’s message, he stated to his secretary, “My message today was a message of death for our young men. How strange it seems to applaud that.” Even after the declaration of war you can still she hesitation in mind of Wilson here in this
”Like valor’s minion carved out his passage, Till he faced the slave; Which ne 'er shook hands, nor bade farewell to him, Till he unseamed him from the nave to th ' chops,” (act1 scene2 19-20). This portrays Macbeth as being a good soldier and loyal to the throne. In which he was then named the Thane of Cawdor for his faithfulness and bravery. Hitler in a way is quite similar to this. Hitler before labeled as a murderous tyrant, had a