There are two movies that I think is most suitable to fit in those two categories. One of it is called “SAW” and the other one is called “Ju-On” also known as “The Grudge”. Just by hearing the names of these movies will give people the creeps. The movie “SAW” is the over-gory type of horror movie where victims are caught by a mastermind called Jigsaw and placed in an eerie place with a lots of blood and sharp objects and chemical. In order to free themselves from the place, they must do as what Jigsaw instructs or else die in a torturing way, one of the famous scene is where a guy must saw off his legs to get out of the place he was trapped, and throughout the movie people are screaming in a tormented way.
He is furious when he loses the election to Ralph and continually pushes the boundaries of his subordinate role in the group. Early on, Jack retains the sense of moral propriety and behaviour that society instilled in him—in fact, in school, he was the leader of the choirboys. The first time he encounters a pig, he is unable to kill it. But Jack soon becomes obsessed with hunting and devotes himself to the task, painting his face like a barbarian and giving himself over to bloodlust, and also putting himself in charge of the specific party which deals in the hunting. In the chocolate war the same desire is shown.
Samuels’s innocence is corrupted when he becomes in contact with the city life and crime. When the corrupted policemen’s are looking for book in the Amish world they find obstacles. When John book moves to the Amish world and falls in love with Rachel, he faces many problems and suffers from confection because he knows he doesn’t belong there. We are shown that Samuel is in conflict with the world around him when he enters the city of Philadelphia and loses his innocent when he witnesses a murder at the train station. The director shows this by the sounds and angles of the camera during scenes and by the way many people talk at once shows the differences of life between the city and the peacefulness of Samuels home.
His core belief throughout his whole life is “A man without land is nothing (2)”. As a result, he lets his goals of wealth get in the way of many friendships, such as that with Virgil. Similarily, Macbeth lets his desire to be the most powerful get in the way of many relationships within the novel. He truly believes in the witches prophecy that “Fair is foul and foul is fair (1.1.32)”. His sense of over-entitlement led him to be easily manipulated into killing his good friend and leader King Duncan.
During one squabble, Bob, one of the Socs, is murdered by Johnny in self-defense. Then Johnny, while hiding out in a church, is killed while trying to rescue children from the burning building. In reaction to Johnny's death, Dally, his best friend, goes on a rampage. He robs a store and points an unloaded gun at the police; as a result, he is shot and killed. Because of the needless gang fighting, three teenagers are killed in the novel, clearly pointing out the negative aspect of belonging to a gang.
One gloomy night on the streets of England, Alex, Dim, Pete, and Georgie decide to sneak in to a rich old womans house. But little does Alex know his so called “loyal droogs” have set him up. As he is running out of the house with stolen goods in hand, he is beaten by one of his own men as the police pull up to catch him lying helpless in front of the house and in the background hearing the poor old woman inside beaten and screaming. Alex was originally arrested for breaking and entering but soon after arriving to the prison was informed that the old woman he had beaten died of her injuries. He has already served two years of his grueling sentence when he first heard about Ludovico’s technique.
Finally, Bob Ewell represents the greatest cowardice, as he both lies in the courtroom to protect himself and resorts to attacking children in the darkness in order to make himself feel more of a man. There are several examples of courage in To Kill a Mockingbird. One example of courage would be when Atticus waited outside Tom Robinsons jail cell. He knew that there would probably be a mob, and he even later told Jem that they might have hurt him a bit, but he knew that he couldnt leave Tom alone. His sense of justice was stronger than his fear for himself, so he sat with Tom, prepared to defend him from whoever would punish him for a crime he didnt commit.Another example of courage was when Boo Radley rescued Jem and Scout.
Additionally, he also has negative traits, shown when he allows his children to be put in danger. Unknowingly, his children slip away to the jail and finds the mob that confronts Atticus. If he was a stricter parent, the children would not be able to leave. As a result, To Kill a Mockingbird should still be considered a timeless classic. In conclusion, To Kill a Mockingbird should be considered a timeless classic, because it has three-dimensional characters, and sends thoughtful themes.
As a final example, my high school lacrosse coach was well liked and well respected due to her balance of power. Sixto Andrade is put in situation where he must chose, which matters more: his family or his future. He realizes if he does not go after Lino Quintana, the rapist, he will be disappointing his sister. However, if Sixto does kill Lino, his whole future will be ruined due to the consequences of his actions. In his family, he was always taught to respect and defend the women around him.
When Pip meets the convict in the graveyard, he is scared out of his wits. He stutters and tries to be polite like his older sister has told him, which makes him brave, but he also gets out of there as soon as possible. The convict tells him of a dangerous, cruel man that will attack him in the night if he doesn't do what he told him. Pip, of course, believes him fully and is nervous enough that he steals from his sister's house. At the christmas dinner, he is told to keep quiet and obeysas they rudely insult him.