It sank, the stranger told me, on the bank of my island. Disappointed, I grunted, for it seemed he had no more ship to be hunted, no more of his crew to fix for a meal, and no loot that I could steal. So I picked up a few of his crew and, just to show contempt, I didn’t boil them in stew, but rather ate them alive. Their captain’s look was horrified! That’ll teach him,’ I thought to myself.
He redirects his feelings of the death of his family to protect Nemo from anything and everything. After the death of his family Marlin became very fearful of his surrounding and became over-protective of Nemo his only son. Marlin shows inferiority complex after Nemo is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney. Marlin is a timid clownfish about to set out on a journey to bring Nemo home. Marlin is very nervous and scared to go out in the great blue sea.
This introduction had nothing to do with the plotline other than the flying shark and if I could change anything about this movie and make it my way, I would completely erase the ship-scene; the terrible entrance forewarned me that this would be a long one and a half hours with the already terrible acting and animation. Moments after the business man was eaten by the flying shark, we were flown over one of my favorite cities that I have never been to, Los Angeles. Surfer and bar owner Fin was determined to rescue his family after the hurricane and shark attacks began to become a major catastrophe, so he leaves his destroyed bar and takes off in sight for Beverly Hills with his friends Baz and Nova. Long story short, everyone that was part of the storyline dies except for Fin, Nova, Claudia (Fin’s Daughter), April (Fin’s Ex-Wife), and Matt (Fin’s Son). The movie ends in a rather disturbing, yet cute, sort of way.
In the story The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway I Think Its a good decision that Santiago became a fishermen. In the book it shows how he would not be good at Any thing except fishing. My first quote is: “Fish ,you are going to have to die anyway”(94). Santiago said this as he struggled to catch the fish.It is clear that Santiago is mentally and physically drained .This means that if you have to give your life why not do it fishing. This proves how much it really means to him.Most people in their twenty's would not even do this work that is this hard, and he is also an old man.
Quotation: “Like one man, they stiffened, choked and fell. The cups clattered to the floor” (page 24) Explanation: The procedure of killing the men was painful and startling. Given no explanation to why they were required to die, the men would only think of treachery and abandon from the Lieutenant-Commander. Premise #2: On the other hand, the decision Lieutenant Captain Oram made was the only available option, and he took the burden of being responsible for the deaths of fifteen men. 1.
For example, Philippines shoot one of Taiwan’s fisherman and not say sorry, Japan was killing whale in guilty. Those examples are the reasons why we shouldn’t forgive someone if they haven’t apologized. First, Philippines shoot one of Taiwan’s fishermen and did not apologize. This event happens few months ago, one of Taiwanese boat was fishing in the high sea, but Philippines thought we were cross over the border. They start warning us, but our ship doesn’t understand why they were yelling at and we choose to ignore it.
It can be inferred from the following line Michael says to a fiery attacker, “He just doesn’t mean anything to me at all!”. Their friendly relationship is finally put to an end when a big fisherman snatches the fish from Michael and pitches them at Smitty,. These are not just fish. The abandonment of the fish is the abandonment of friendship. Their friendship is grabbed away by the townspeople, representatives of the social convention.
He has turned his back on the mankind because he feels that everyone has evil in them that the world could live without. His creation the Nautilus is his own little get away, he lives by his own rules, travels wherever he pleases and since he is the captain he has authority over everyone who sets foot on his ship including his faithful crew. I would say that Captain Nemo’s ship and voyages are his way to cope with his loses, uses the sea as his own little world that he can escape from the rules of society. Nemo takes on three men named Aronnax, Ned Land, and Conseil who were trying to find the mysterious creator, after being thrown overboard by the alleged monster, they find themselves underneath it. Come to find out the monster was actually Nemo’s ship.
He then starts with sea voyages with Captain Abraham Pannel. but one day as fate wouldn’t agree the ship went off course and when he comes back to his senses he finds that he is among a very small race of people who are no bigger than his thumb and bound from head to feet and when he tries to get freed he is fired upon by arrows which prick his body like needles. He feels lot of pain but after some time he has to bow before them. He is then carried to the capital of the small country Lilliput The king then discusses with his council whether to put him to death or not but they agree not to harm him. Slowly they start befriending him they feed him with food every day and he starts learning their language.
Ahab had a personal grudge against the whale. Moby Dick was responsible for taking off Ahab's leg in a previous voyage. His plan was essentially an unauthorized takeover, of the whaling company’s ship. His plan seals the fate for himself and the crew of the Pequod. In the tragic ending of Moby Dick, all of the characters die except for Ishmael.