The Joker and his Antisocial Personality Disorder How would you know if someone has antisocial personality disorder? According to Haycock, Dean A., and Emily Jane Willingham, “antisocial personality disorder is a diagnosis applied to persons who routinely behave with little or no regard for the rights, safety, or feelings of others” (109). The 1989 Batman film would not be what it is without the comical and evil Joker. Millionaire Bruce Wayne having witnessed his parents' brutal murdered as a child, fights crime in Gotham City disguised as Batman, a costumed hero who brings justice into the heart of Gotham. A crazed madman calling himself "The Joker" starts taking over Gotham's criminal underworld.
He became furious at Batman for not avenging his death and killing the Joker. The Joker always returned, even when he is sent to jail. Jason Todd would eventually take on a villain identity, the Red Hood, and began hunting down the criminals of Gotham’s underworld, with no hesitation to kill. The Villain’s Journey is just as important as the Hero’s
This chase’s purpose, at a basic level, is to catch Montag, as he is now a public criminal. The true purpose of this chase is deeper, it is designed to convince the populace that the police are doing their jobs by catching fugitives like Montag. However, the ending to the chase tells a different story. They catch and kill “Montag” using the hound, however, they do not kill “Montag.” The police actually kill an innocent man while telling the public that they actually kill Montag, to save face. The killing shows that this society is flawed and corrupt, proving them to be a dystopia.
You've got Batman, Superman and these Saints.” This relates back to the traits of an antihero raising the doubts of morality. When society cannot decipher whether they are good or evil, that is when you have an antihero. The use of these interviews at the end of the film really puts what a hero and an antihero is into perspective. Some would say that they are evil due to their use of lethal force upon their victims. While others, would say they are saints for riding the streets of crime and
In the futuristic book Fahrenheit 451 reality is turned upside down when heroes become villains. The world is blind to the evils that lay inside the government. The people who aren't are educated are hunted, and seen as insane. Morals will be put to the test, and although this book focuses on one man's journey through it all, it is very clear that the issues this fictional society faces could not be to far from issues what could happen in real life. Fahrenheit 451 is a direct representation of the theme man vs society and his journey to wake up the sleeping civilians of the United states.
he does what ever amuses him. One minute he will be handing out hundreds of balloons and the next minute he will have mass murder on his mind, he is that much random, one of the many reasons why other villains are actually scared of him, they don’t know when their alliance with the Joker will end up being their death warrant. Joker is the earliest foe of the Batman, and they are presented as day and the night of the Gotham city. Joker is hell bent on corrupting Batman’s morality, Joker will push Batman to no end just so he take away his faith
Also fickle to explain is it's purpose, it is impossible that these features are here intentionally, but they may not be hidden to create an affect. It's purpose however is clear, it sets up a unique candidate with memorable traits. Hyperbole: An over exaggeration for effect on the audience. Bernie sanders uses hyperbole when talking about his plans to deal with terror groups. Firstly he vilifies the groups by mentioning in greater depth than necessary their egregious crimes and policies, and secondly he asserts the need to create an international task force to destroy these terror groups.
The Unit command could not allow one of its own to just leave. This would create moral problems, this war was unpopular, to allow one of their own to troll the streets back in America without the standard debrief would only court certain disaster. The solution turned out to be simple. Send one of their own to “chase” and apprehend Greeley. If Greeley resisted and killed the chaser, CID could move in quickly and kill Greeley.
He now reveals to Batman his final game: that he has corrupted Harvey Dent. Learning the truth, Batman leaves, just as the SWAT team finally arrive and capture the Joker (IGN, page 3). Batman then fights the Joker in the street and takes him out and the Joker gets taken away but Batman still has to save Rachael, she is locked up in a warehouse and by the time he gets there the warehouse blows up and Harvey Dent survives but is just as heartbroken as Batman. Batman then rides off on his bike as the Dark Knight. This movie was full of Action but also had love and romance mixed into it.
The main element that tied the two together are their plots. Both passages are ironic due to the unique events. In the movie, High Noon, the Marshal, Will Kane, hopefully asked for advice from judge Howe. Furthermore, Howe replied, “you risk your skin catching killers and the juries let them go so they can come back and shoot at you again” (Foreman 307). The judge’s statement proves that even though a Marshal’s duty is to protect the town and capture criminals, the Marshal himself is being hunted by criminals.