Each of these steps provides Huck with a better understanding of himself and his journey, and change him in some way. The first occurs when Huck loses Jim for the first time. Jim is lost in the fog, and Huck realizes that Jim is there to help and care for him so he sets out to find him. However, when he does, he tells Jim that they were never separated and that it was all a dream. However, Jim is still grateful to have Huck back and swears to protect him.
Billy made Marcus keep going even when Marcus wanted to quit. If Marcus would have quit and gone back to Billy, Billy would have been disgusted with him. This was one thing that helped Marcus never give up. When Marcus was fighting the Taliban soldiers and all of his teammates were dying, he kept fighting and going on. Marcus loved every one of his teammates, but one thing that Matthew Axe said to him made him keep fighting.
“A moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory.” Louis Zamperini dealt with bullies at a young age when his family moved from France to America. He began to get in trouble with the authorities, often running from them, but when his brother noticed he could run, his life changed. Zamperini joined the school track team and excelled, eventually moving on to the Olympics. However, in a twist of events, Zamperini joins the army and finds himself stranded at sea, then stuck in a Japanese Prisoner of War Camp. Will he remain unbroken, or will he fall?
Jake throughout the whole entire film cant control his emotions, his anger and physical violence towards his opponents and his own family follow him throughout the film. Jake being the main focus he is not the only one with high tempered issues. His Brother Joey played by the great Joe Pesci ,for example Joey literally beat the neighborhood gangster Salvy senseless because he was fooling around Jakes wife Vickie. Joey brutally attacked Salvy played by New jersey native Frank Vincent, joey wouldn 't stop, no one could hold him back and it show that violence and anger runs in the family. “Raging Bull” is American classic, Its again arguably one of Martin Scorsese’s best films.
He is the reason I will never do drugs or give up in life. I will remember his words during tough times and be inspired to keep going. He is very supportive of me and will be for the rest of his life. Robert Lenox was born in Pierre, South Dakota and raised in Spirit Lake, Iowa with three sisters, two older and one younger. Throughout his childhood and teenage years, he and his family moved around a lot due to his father’s inability to keep a job after his service in the military.
Louis Zamperini endured countless hardships during his lifetime. Growing up in Torrance, California, Louis was a reckless delinquent who often stole and got into fights with kids from his school. Louis got away with stealing and got out of fights with his impeccable speed and ability to quickly run away. His older brother, Pete, thought he could channel this incredible swiftness into something positive. Pete convinced Louie to attempt running for his schools track team.
Private Trip, who is played by Denzel Washington, was a runaway slave from Tennessee. He was a very arrogant and complex man who was constantly searching to fights. He tried to get into fights with Thomas due to his hatred to him and due to his education and privileges he had. From the start of the movie, his anger and his resentment of the white men was usually taken out on his fellow soldiers. There were even cases that he would start fights with the white soldiers because they would say the 54th would have no chance to fight in the field and he knew he was tougher than other men he served with.
At this very moment Coolguyjones knew that this was going to be a very hard battle, mostly because it’s his friend and partially because Orochimaru is very tough. Their eyes met, and they instantly started to fight Coolguyjones would land a couple of hits then Orochimaru would counter it and land a couple. This continued on for an hour! Until one hit changed everything, punched him so hard it made him fly 45 feet away! Orochimaru knew he was done for unless he did one move that could flip it all around.
This invention opened Dr. Sharpe’s eyes to the other innovations that this child could accomplish, and pushed the boy to work even harder. Erin did not mind though, for Dr. Sharpe was almost like another father to the boy. One day, when Erin was 13, his parents told him that Dr. Sharpe had passes away. Angry and upset, Erin stormed off to his workshop, but the room was filled with too many memories of his old mentor. He became even more upset as a black fire erupted around him engulfing his entire body as he screamed out in anger.
Then we put up our masts, hauled sail, and rested, letting the steersmen and the breeze take over.” pg. 147 Instead of giving up, Odysseus and his men fight on through the “two long days and nights… worn out and sick at heart, tasting our grief.” And although they were tired and didn’t want to continue, they found a way to fight the dangers of Poseidon’s storms and survived. In another instance, Odysseus and his men valiantly fight the dangerous Kyklops, a terrible monster. “Now, by the gods, I drove my big hand spike deep in the embers, charring it again, and cheered my men along with battle talk to keep their courage up: no quitting now.” pg. 156 Being able to not give up or shrink away from danger makes Odysseus an admirable, courageous hero.