For example, when Pat is rifling through his house to find his wedding video he starts to have flashbacks of his wedding song in his head. He starts to grab his head to stop hearing the wedding song and starts to have flashback visions of him seeing Nicki in the shower and Pat beating up Dough almost to his death. This scene symbolizes that Pat isn't aware of his surroundings when he thinks of the horrifying memory of his wife cheating on him. He loses his temper and it allows him to become weak. When it comes to Pat’s cheating wife, it shows throughout the movie that his mindset becomes weak because he will do anything just to win her back.
Well, he has no older brothers to look up to.” Pete allows himself to get angry at his imaginary self. Sucker, could have been his previous imaginative self, who he worked towards becoming, and Richard is the changed imaginary self he would like to become. He changes his idea of who he should be, which a common occurrence in high school is when we are trying to figure out who we are. He changes his idea of who he wants to be and morphs himself into a cooler, larger, more grown up alter ego to aspire
Because there’s a fierce dog inside. 3. set off: Ken smoking in the bathroom,but unfortunately he set off the smoke alarm. Don’t set off the smoke alarm,or you will getting wet by the water. 4. run away: Tim run away because he saw a snake that he was afraid of. When you saw a beer,just stand straight like a tree,din’t run away so hurry.
As he thinks he comes to the shocking conclusion that he truly wasn’t. Guy described his previous thoughts of happiness as if “He wore his happiness like a mask and the girl had run off across the lawn with the mask and there was no way of going to knock on her door and ask for it back. “ Guy begins approaching his bedroom where he could hear his wife’s music blaring through her seashells (Earbuds). This wasn’t unusual to him as this has been the case for the past two years but something was wrong… when Guy entered the room and approached the bed he kicks over an empty container that upon further inspection was what had held his wife’s sleeping pills. Guy went into a panic, calling 911 (or whatever the emergency number would be for this time) to get her medical treatment.
Sheryl, however, insists that they "let Olive be Olive", and Olive goes on stage. She joyfully performs the dance routine that her Grandpa Edwin had secretly choreographed for her: a burlesque performance to Rick James' song "Super Freak", innocently oblivious to the scandalized and horrified reaction of the audience. The organizers are enraged and demand Sheryl and Richard remove Olive from the stage. Instead, one by one the members of the family join Olive on stage, dancing alongside her. The family is next seen outside the hotel's security office where a police officer tells them that they are free to leave as long as Olive never again enters a beauty pageant in the state of California.
They are considered rich, spoilt and lucky. Most of the Socs go to college and seem to have a perfect life but they too have problems. Bob got himself killed because he had no rules and his parents would let him get drunk and get into trouble. Cherry Valance, a Soc, and Ponyboy, a Greaser are also good examples of how stereotypes aren’t always true. Cherry teaches Ponyboy that Socs and Greasers aren’t that different like when she says “All Socs aren’t like that, Ponyboy”.
He has become an alcoholic and doesn’t seem to realize how much he has affected his fatherly figure by destroying the portrait he once carried. Manny, Mr. Hernandez’s son recalled “He would walk into the living room, and all the pictures, tiny statues and glass animals mom collected would sparkle from the light rushing in through the door” (54).Now on the contrary he said nothing would sparkle and his father came into the house with no money or food. As a victim of alcohol Mr. Hernandez will not
When Delia comes back home she realizes the snake is gone and instead of staying in the house she goes out to the shed to wait for the snake to leave or for Sykes to come home. Sykes returns home and without a warning from Delia he enters the house. Since it’s dark he cannot see that the snake is loose. Sykes searches for a match or light but cannot find one. As he is walking around the house he suddenly runs into the snake and it bites him.
On other days, Dave tried to elude any attention. He is no longer made to stand in the corner of his mother's bedroom but he is made to stand for hours in front of a mirror. His mother would smash his face against the glass and pressure him to frequently say, “ I am a bad boy!” His older brothers, Ron and Stan, would ignore him. Dave was sent to search for items in the house. This was often an all-day adventure.
With the music slowly increasing in volume and intensity with the flow of the argument Laura says, “You want to be a failure? Then do it someplace else. I can’t invest in failure, Frank, anymore.” These piercing words force Frank to flee into the bathroom. As he is walking towards the bathroom the background music reaches maximum volume as screeching horns and drums depict the chaos taking place in the psyche of Frank. He slams the door and the music abruptly ends and all is left is silence, besides the hyperventilating breathing of Frank.