After the fight, Narciso attempts to warn the Marez y Luna family about Tenorio’s aggression, but it doesn’t go as planned. Antonio hears Tenorio shoot Narciso. Running towards the two, Antonio sees Tenorio aim his gun at Narciso’s head. Antonio screams with fear and is nearly shot by Tenorio, but because he had no ammunition left, Tenorio flees. Antonio goes to Narciso and is the only person to hear his confession as he passes away under a juniper tree.
Seen greatly when Uncle Juniors puts out a head on him, because of the stupid rumor that he likes getting a BJ. Tony knows that Junior is pissed at him and his methods of earning for the family, yet Tony does it any way. Which is why I found the hit on Tony’s life justifiable, since he didn’t put any value in their relationship so why did Junior need to keep him within the family. But what gets me is this selfless persona that Tony takes on during the second season. It see so undermining of his character as a sociopathic predator.
Then Carl shot another guard and handed that gun to Andre. "Come on, we can take them together!" Carl and Andre exchanged fire with the guards and eventually brought them all down. Now only the Warden was left. Rick was stunned, he couldn 't believe how strong his son had gotten.
Cunningham. When Scout sees him in the mob in front of the town jail, she’s confused because she had been previously told that the Cunninghams are good people. However, now he wants to potentially harm someone else. Therefore, she asks her father who explains that “Mr. Cunningham was part of a mob last night, but he's still a good man” (210).
He greatly cares for Sonny and only wants the best for him. He feels that Sonny is throwing his life away. He sees Sonny as a drug abuser who has messed up countless opprutinites and becomes very unpatient with him until he finally start understanding him. Sonny looks up to his brother and relies upon him. Sonny feels like his brother is only upset with him because he chose a different path than him but the real reason was that he was abusing drugs.
We also see all this violence on television like on movies or even cartoons. First, violence on television now day’s is an everyday thing. It has a negative impact on the society because people start thinking that there is nothing wrong with violence. This is the reason why crime in the United States of America is so high. Studies show that about sixty percent of what appears on television is violence and about forty percent of that violence is heavy violence.
When Ree goes to gang leader, Thump Milton, for the second time to get answers about her father, she is captured and beat up by the gang. Teardrop comes and saves Ree and makes the agreement with the gang that, “if she does wrong, [they] can put it on [him].” The violence in this film brings out Teardrop’s love for Ree as he selflessly agrees to put himself in the face of violence to save her from it. If he did not agree to do this, then Ree probably would have been killed, and her siblings would’ve been left with no one to take care of them. By accepting the future fury of this gang Teardrop essentially saves Ree and her siblings lives, revealing his protective nature. Later in the film, the women in the gang take Ree to see her father’s dead body, where she must cut off his hands to prove to the police that he is dead.
In this episode of The Wire Omar wants revenge for the death of his boyfriend and starts killing Avon Barksdale’s people. Omar was going to go against Avon Barksdale in court but now the police won’t be able to use him in court. D’Angelo is starting to second guess being in the gang. When he was at a party he found a dead girl while his other friends acted like it wasn’t a big deal. Then his friends started getting shot because of Omar.
Midterm Assignment When one thinks of a violent film I feel as though a Tarantino movie comes to mind instantly. However, in this instance I chose a different violent film. In this assignment, I will be talking about the violence in Steven Spielberg’s 1993 film, Schindler’s List. As most people probably know by now, Schindler’s List is about the Holocaust committed by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi German army. The horrendous acts committed during World War II still haunt people today.
Another guy I knew really did threaten to have his personal enemies killed by hired gunmen after the war” (Vonnegut 1). Paul Lazzaro, the new identity given to an actual fellow POW, tells Billy that anyone who tries to touch him should kill him, lest Lazzaro have them killed in return (Vonnegut 175). Billy, after surviving the dreadful events of the novel that far, was just as traumatized by Lazzaro’s story of revenge against a dog. Similarly, he later reminisces about “the poor old high school teacher, Edgar Derby,” who was caught “with a teapot he had taken from the catacombs” before being “tried and shot” (Vonnegut 274). These parallels of Pilgrim and Vonnegut highlight the events of both men 's lives,