Sam is visited by Dallas.Episode 6: Trust: Finn tells the others about Dallas siphoning money from their accounts. Sam goes missing and Caleb is now a very trusted ally of the four.Episode 7: Welcome to Mexico! : Sam and Dallas are in Mexico. Chris goes after them as Jack and Caleb set up some high paying job plans.Episode 8: Come Back Soon: Chris and Sam hide in a run-down hotel waiting for Finn but Dallas has already got to him. Caleb suggests laundering all of the groups cash and invests in two of the most popular elderly caring homes.Episode 9: The Price Of Life: Finn's death has ruptured the group.
Beatty does this because he knows that once Montage kills him he is going to also have to kill the rest of the firemen and then flee, making this Montage’s point of no return. Beatty does not only sacrifices himself for Montage, but also for the rest of society because he knows that the whole of society will eventually benefit from what Montage is about to do. So in the end Beatty's self-destruction leads to Montage finally breaking free from society and begin to act forcefully against it without any way of turning
SCENES CHARACTERS THEMES “Johnny Friendly’s bar” 5:48 Demonstration of Friendly’s power and his justification for killing Joey Johnny Friendly; keeps control over everybody using physical intimidation of his workers. - Terry allows himself to be intimidate by Johnny (when he picks him up before). He constantly reminds him about making him lose a match so he and Charlie can make money. Gave us his life story, he feels he has worked and struggled for wheat he has achieved Johnny friendly reacts with complete overbearing psychical domination and exiles him from the docks Attempted corruption of Terry Places the money into Terry’s jacket symbolises that he is in control of Terry’s body and soul. As if he drawing him back after the violent
When Johnny Friendly’s gang murders his brother Charlie, Terry realizes the union corruption makes the decision to go against the union and make them pay, now that he’s felt the pain personally. The initial stage of the film, Terry Malloy is a part of a corrupt and threatening environment. He is a careless character, who is easily directed. However in time, Terry learns to stop being a follower and decide to start reclaiming power of his own life. At the beginning of the film Terry is initially ruled by Johnny Friendly and his mob.
They’re going to hunt you tomorrow” (170). Jack kills Ralph last because Ralph is the last person Jack views as a threat to his goals. Jack is afraid Ralph might prevent him from taking complete control of the island, since initially Ralph was the leader. The darkness of humanity can destroy society since society gets in the way of the darkness of humanity. In the Lord of the Flies, Jack has been trying to destroy Ralph since chapter 1 because he wanted power.
Even though the sandkings enslaved Kress after they found him near the house, I think Kress didn't earn enough punishment. He has the evil spirit inside his body which obliterated his humanity when he let the shamble happened in his final party. I think Kress' inability led him had a cruel characteristic like sandkings had when he followed his pets order. His inhuman actions costed his pets revenged him and killed his friends in the party. Therefore, it is reasonable for Kress to be order a death penalty to pay off the crimes he made to
Angry and hungry for revenge, he hires a couple of men to kill her and her husband. But the plan doesn’t work out entirely like he had planned, and Elizabeth manages to escape, convincing most people (with the help of her father and uncle) that she had been killed. She believes that this option will lead to the safety and protection of David,
His next trial was what he was going to about his suspicious best friend Banquo. To keep his reputation safe Macbeth decides to kill Banquo. Doing this raised a lot of suspicion and created a lot of enemies. Because Macbeth keeps killing people to keep himself on the throne all the lords start to hate him and want his tyranny to end. Macduff is one of those lords and he went to England to speak with Duncan’s oldest son about getting army together
In the midst of Old Misery returning to his home, Trevor realizes that to complete his mastermind mission, he has to buy some more time. He conquers this task by sending members of the gang to trick Old Misery into trapping him into the loo. One of the boys states, “We want you to be comfortable tonight.” This emphasizes their driving force of destruction in the way that they do not want to abuse Mr. Thomas and they have nothing against him; their only goal is to destroy the house. Food and other necessities are given to Old Misery to comfort him during this time. Lastly, this motive is demonstrated in the seriousness with which the gang works at their task, and their loss of concern over their leadership.
They planned to earn money then move out, but everything changed because of Lennie’s actions. Everything was rearranged and a total mess. When Lennie ends up throwing off all their plans George ends up having to kill him. George tried to protect Lennie for many years, but in the end it was him who ended up having to kill him. George kills him because he believes that if anyone should have to kill him it should be him.