This huge amount of responsibility slowly eats away at Gilbert. This movie is about the trials and tribulations of this broken family. It is clear to see that Gilbert strives for a normal life, to be able to live his life without having to take care of his own mother and brother. Gilbert is Arnie’s protection, every time Arnie gets into trouble Gilbert is always there to save him. At one point in the movie Gilbert has enough, he snaps and hits his brother and leaves.
Elvis would live his life feeling guilty for the loss of his brother and some of his music reflected that. After his birth, his mother, Gladys was taken to the hospital due to illness. She would never have another child again. Instantly, Elvis and Gladys grew a relationship stronger than most. His father, Vernon, would joke about it to the public all the time.
What do you do when your "good" isn’t good enough? In the film, The Dead Poet's Society, Neil Perry’s death took an emotional toll on the rest of the boys. By analyzing how Neil managed conflicted situations with his father, it is brought to the spectator's attention, that an individual with a controlling guardian not only has to live with unwanted choices but a lifestyle of inadequacy. One of many ambitions Neil had was to be on the yearly annual. Once he decided to join, he informs all of his friends about the exciting news until Neil’s father, Mr. Perry, gets word and demands for his son’s private attention out in a nearby hallway.
Silver Linings Playbook Life does not always go as planned. Silver Linings Playbook was a movie that proved that. In the movie, Pat had lost everything, his job, his house and even his wife, which led him to moving back in with his mother and father after spending some time in a state institution on a plea bargain. Pat was determined to rebuild his life, always remain positive, and to reunite with his wife, even though there were challenging circumstances of their separation. All Pat’s parent’s want is for him to love/be obsessed with the Philadelphia Eagles football team.
Sometimes when cchildren are betrayed by their love ones they tend to struggle with anger the most, just as Biff was affected by infidelity in the movie, Death of a Salesman. While Willy tried to raise perfect sons, he wrestled with himself between reality and denial of his son Biff, catching him in the hotel room with his mistress while on a business trip in Boston. Biff was a great football player; many universities had offered him scholarships but during that year Biff fail math by one point and had gone to Boston to tell his father the devastating news and for his father to come home and ask his math teacher to give him the one point he needed to enter college. When Biff reaches Willy's hotel room in Boston, he sees his dad with another woman and this discovery made Biff see his father as a fake. Biff, said to his dad “you are a fake; you are a liar, a liar” (Miller, 1958).
The judge wanted everyone to think he was so innocent, but in fact, he was overwhelmingly selfish. Judge Pyncheon is similar to Cap, from The Pathfinder. Although he is not the most visible antagonist in the novel, his attitude of greed, superiority, and ignorance, cause him to be intellectually blinded. He is unable to judge the people around him, and puts his trust in the worst villains, such as the Tuscarora Arrowhead, and Corporal Muir, while being suspicious of the faithful Jasper. Cap and Judge Pyncheon are similar because they both have their outrageous moments.
This action causes him to lose everyone that he loves. He even refuses to listen to the wise words of the blind prophet who tells him, "a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong. The only crime is pride"( Line 35). His arrogance leads him to believe that he is the only one with wisdom and his love for power causes him to choose what will keep him in power over what is right. Arrogance is a vise that people deal with on a daily basis.
He told us that if we are being forced here, that we will not gain that much from meeting. However, if we want to be there; then the meetings will help change our lives. This man has been sober for nineteen years. He ended up marrying his girlfriend and he is very active in his son’s live. He states it continues to be a struggle and that he will continually be an alcoholic, but he knows that he has stopped the cycle.
Mr Birling is a very selfish man who ‘has to make his way’ and doesn’t think of anyone but himself and his family; he thinks the community is stupid. He likes to make predictions on future- the unsinkability of the titanic, the impossibility of the war and the promises of technology. Sheila is presented as a very pretty and a quite honest character. She is engaged to Gerald Croft and they have just had their engagement party. When the inspector tells Sheila about Eva Smith she showed a lot of emotion and felt that she had to tell the inspector everything that happened.
The third generation, Calvin Pye had a family who was connected to the Morrison children. Later in the novel Matt finds out that he made Marie Pye (daughter of Calvin) pregnant. She reveals that her father has killed her brother by accident and when Calvin Pye kills himself, Matt has to give up his plans for education and marry Marie. Character Development: Matt sacrifices his studies and a chance at a very good post-secondary education. He develops into a big hearted character instead of the nice and very intelligent character he is known as.