What Is Rainsford's First Impression Of The Most Dangerous Game

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The Most Dangerous Game The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell is a highly suspenseful drama. It is a good movie, especially for action and adventure fans. The movie begins when two men on a yacht, Rainsford and his friend Whitney for hunting trip in the Amazon River basin. They are hunters, and believe that, hunting is the best sport in the world. They discuss the ability of animals to understand a hunt. Rainsford believes that animals have no feelings or understanding of human emotions. Later, Rainsford is hunted by another hunter and experiences an adventure in the jungle which changes his opinion totally. In the movie Richard Connell illustrates that humans shouldn’t be selfish, and should consider others’ feelings, and humans shouldn’t…show more content…
These thoughts take place before he knows exactly how the general is. Eventually, he discovers that the general is cruel and unfeeling, as the money empowers him doing up normal performance like hunting humans. I think that the first impression when you meet someone for the first time is a guiding point in getting a general idea how the person is. However, the first impression is often related to the appearance of a person. And the appearance cannot tell you everything about the person. Some people are extremely particular in what they share with others. So we cannot judge people on a first impression, we have to deal with people, explore their behavior, then compose a complete idea about them. In the beginning of the story Rainsford judges the general, according to his appearance, thinking that he is attractive, but he does not consider his real personality. He learns not to judge from the first impression. I recommend watching this movie, I really enjoyed it. Leslie Banks, who plays Zaroff, the eccentric Russian gentleman, who hunts humans for sport on his own private island, gives a wonderful performance, Joel McCreawho who plays Rainsford is great, and he handles the challenges bravely. The movie represents life and the conflict between powerful and
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