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As a suspect, police arrests Kimble and accuses him of having committed the murder of his own wife. Without having a sound reason for suspecting or arresting Kimble, the police convict him and the court sentences Kimble to death. The police carries him to the prison where he would wait till he is executed. In the bus in which Kimble is taken to the prison, there happen to be three prisoners in addition to Kimble. They mutually prepare a plan of escaping from the bus. This causes the bus driver to lose control of the bus and the bus slips off the embankment and gets crashed on the way to the jail. This provides Kimble with a chance to escape. Kimble manages to break free of the hold of police and runs away. Deputy Samuel Gerard who is also in Chicago assumes the responsibility of finding and arresting Kimble ninety minutes after Kimble’s escape. During this time, instead of relying on the capability of police, Kimble commences an investigation on his own and tries to find out the murderer of Helen. In this course, Kimble is also keen to involve Deputy Samuel Gerard and other members in his team. The police do not accede to his proposal and the Deputy constantly follows Kimble. This leaves Kimble with no choice but to keep away from all of his relatives and fellows. Kimble leaves no stone unturned in his efforts of catching the murderer. Meanwhile, the Deputy also starts to believe that the case is indeed more complicated and vague than he had originally anticipated. His ingenuity and uninterrupted determination gain fruition and Kimble reaches the conclusion that there is no one in this world that he can trust. The murderer ultimately discovered turns out to be a one-armed man. The concept has been derived from a television series that was telecast in 1960s. In that series, the title role was played by late David Jansen. However, the story has been too modified to leave any touch of the original source of idea. In that series, the adventure was narrated week after week of Jansen’s escape, and there was much more to attract the audience than simply the murderer’s chase unlike this two hour film, in which chasing the real criminal is the focus of the plot. The Fugitive is an exceptional movie based on murder investigation. Among all scenes in the movie, the ones that were shot before the commencement of the chase are the most dramatic and purposefully included. Everything that is related to the assassination is clearly conveyed to the audience in a prologue of no more than fifteen minutes. The scenes are quite well-edited. The doctor has to cope with two miseries simultaneously. He is convicted for the murder of his beloved wife. In such tough circumstances, he makes rational decisions which lead him to success in the long run. The opening scenes are followed by a non-stop thrill made by the Deputy and his men for about thirty minutes. These scenes are full of energy and the audience keeps on the seats’ edges. The speed of action considerably fades away in the second hour of the movie as Kimble starts finding the one armed man. However, giving this portion of the story more time does make sense as most of the problems of the movie are engrossed in this part. The performance of Harrison Ford in this movie is much more emotional than it was in Patriot Games. The performance that is indeed, most worthy of discussion and appreciation is that of Tommy Lee Jones. He had been struggling for a couple of years until 1993, when his superb performance in this movie became a potential
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However, states such as Massachusetts do not subscribe to this opinion. Majorly, the fugitive act is applicable across all the nations particularly those that lacks well-defined laws to deal with fugitives. Massachusetts has specific laws concerning the issue of fugitive although; this has not been in practice.
Initially, George Jung had to go to prison because he was convicted of selling and distributing marijuana. However, since he was facing two years in prison and his girlfriend was dying of cancer and would not be alive when he got out of prison, he jumped bail to take care of her.
The phrase deep reading appears severally in almost every page when he wants to make emphasis on something meaning that he uses that style to restate a point already made though to some extent it can appear as an extension of previous insights. This concludes it that the essay does not intend to make a single argument but numerous of them.
Although most men have become successful in choosing grief over the acceptance of the pain that they have been into. At the end, they live a life full of resentment that finds comfort in pain itself.
Anne Michaels' Fugitive Pieces teaches us the reality that allowing ourselves to become miserable out of the unfavorable events in our past does not at all bring any consolation to the victims of these events.
Frederick Douglass, though disappointed by the decision, also expressed his hopes that the South would finally be confronted. With the war in sight, it was hoped that victory would eventually bring justice.
Book must flee with Lapp and his mother Rachel back into the Amish community where they can find safety because the Amish rejection of modernity makes them anonymous to most of the bureaucratic means of social control the police might ordinarily use to find a fugitive.
n the sense that it has enable readers to feel deeply for its character Jakob Beer and to reflect on the events that made him into a mature and capable man.
The brutal fate of Jakob’s family has brought indescribable grief that figuratively left Jacob dead and literally
Dom Cobb is a spy who has specialized skills in the acquiring information from the dreams of individuals. He is a fugitive who has children because he has so much in his mind. Cobb is a professional thief and
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